Just as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was followed by Suicide Squad, so will the new extended DC Universe be followed by something else on TV. At the moment there aren’t a lot of details about what’s coming next for fans of D. But one thing is clear: Superhero themes are dominating the entertainment industry and it doesn’t seem like anything can stop that right now. For many viewers, though, Peacemaker is proof that superhero TV shows are in fact possible. Now they wait with bated breath to see which ones will come out next from DC. That being said, these are the 5 DC shows coming after Peacemaker –
DC’s superheroes and villains both have interesting stories to tell. The next series after season 1 of Peacemaker is a superhero story that focuses on head honcho Dream King Morpheus, who’s been captured and imprisoned for over 100 years but still coming back roaring. He’s searching for his missing sandman journal and the Sandman enemies in Kent (i.e. Lucifer, Death) who are terrorizing the locals. The Sandman is soon going to release on Netflix this year.
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Birds Of Prey
In a 2020 film, three women-Harley Quinn, Huntress, and Black Canary worked together to establish the Birds of Prey. The movie screened well but it did not receive approval from the core audience. Therefore, the makers believe that a TV series would be the perfect way to show the world what the true essence of Birds of Prey really is all about. It will do justice to these strong female characters and their funny banter by letting them fight crime without any major speed bumps or antagonists getting in their way.
Warner Bros. might not be interested in continuing the DCEU as we know it, but that doesn’t mean one of the biggest surprises from the Snyder Cut could go to waste. The reveal of Martian Manhunter is an absolute treat, and a great Easter Egg for fans to enjoy. He’s generally seen as a Batman character but he really needs his time in the spotlight if there is any chance for him to make an appearance in a TV show.
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Following the success of Suicide Squad and the acclaim of its breakout character Harley Quinn, the time has come to spin off just one aspect from the cinematic juggernaut. The idea of a TV series would be a wise move for DC by allowing the studio to not only introduce audiences to lesser-known members of Task Force X – but also known as villains like Deadshot. It could let fans continue to know more about Amanda Waller who has been mentioned briefly in other movies including 2016’s Batman v Superman.
Harley Quinn’s Live-Action Series
While Birds of Prey had its hitches, there’s no doubt that Margot Robbie still makes for a natural Harley Quinn. Harley as a character is one of the most riveting figures to come out of Batman lore and it only makes sense to follow up her latest big-screen outing with a more in-depth TV series about her own adventures.