The streaming service will transition into DC Universe Infinite next year as its shows migrate to HBO Max.
DC Universe will soon be rebranding as DC Universe Infinite, as it abandons its streaming shows to become a comics-only platform. The moving of DC Universe Original Shows to HBO Max was revealed earlier this year, Hollywood Reporter reports.
As part of the news, HBO Max revealed it has renewed Kaley Cuoco's Harley Quinn for a third season and that it will be the home to DC Universe's streaming library of legacy content.
The newly-renamed DC Universe Infinite will launch in the US in January 2021, offering DC catalog titles sixth months after their on-sale date.
It will also grant earlier access to DC's expanding line-up of digital-first titles including DCeased: Hope at World's End, Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red, and Injustice: Year Zero.
Additionally, the service will debut DC Universe Infinite Originals, all-new exclusive content created for the service and featuring fan-favorite characters. A global expansion is planned for the service starting in the summer.