The prominence of streaming services continues to rise. Just pop over to The Cord Cutter Podcast to hear about all of the exciting developments that keep occurring on the streaming circuit. There's plenty to get excited about in the realm of streaming, and one of the most intriguing the bunch is the fact that a service entirely dedicated to streaming DC content is coming later this year. The service will be called DC Universe, and there are already big reasons to look forward to what's to come.

With that in mind, we've put together a handy guide to all of the DC shows that are set to debut on DC Universe when it comes together. We will endeavor to keep this as up-to-date as possible, so make sure to keep a close eye on it as the streaming service's launch date draws near. On that note, let's get things started with the first-ever live-action Teen Titans series.

Titans

First up, we have Titans. The live-action Teen Titans series has been rumored for years, with the project at one point set to go to TNT. The project has cast the bulk of its characters, with Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' Brenton Thwaites taking center stage as Dick Grayson, Teagan Croft stepping in as Raven, Ryan Potter portraying Beast Boy, Anna Diop playing Starfire, and Alan Ritchson (of Smallville fame) and Minka Kelly as Hawk and Dove, respectively.

For DC purists out there, Titans promises quite a bit that's worth getting excited about in the long run. For starters, the show already looks like a visually-faithful adaptation of the DC Comics lore. Moreover, that visual fidelity could potentially indicate that other aspects of the show will similarly offer up faithful adaptations of the classic Teen Titans books. This does not inherently mean that we'll definitely see a live-action adaptation of an iconic storyline like The Judas Contract (which got a pretty solid animated adaptation last year), but it also doesn't rule out such a thing happening as well.

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