The Batman, Suicide Squad, and more DC movies (and TV shows) are coming to Tubi
The Batman, Suicide Squad, and more DC movies (and TV shows) are coming to Tubi

Tubi has made a deal with Warner Bros. Discovery that will see a lot of DC content being added to the free streaming service

You won’t need the Max streaming service to stream DC content anymore. Variety reports that Tubi has struck a deal with Warner Bros. Discovery that will see multiple DC Comics-inspired films and TV shows coming to their free, ad-supported streaming service. Here’s some of the titles that will be reaching Tubi in 2024: The Batman, Suicide Squad, Black Adam, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), Green Lantern, and Wonder Woman 1984.

As of today, Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever, Superman: The Movie, Superman II, and the TV shows Batwoman, Gotham, and Krypton are already streaming on Tubi. Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman will be added to the service on December 31st.

Throughout this month, Tubi will also be adding the animated movies Batman: Death in the Family, DC Showcase: Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam, The Death of Superman, Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox, Son of Batman, and Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, as well as the TV shows Stargirl and Swamp Thing and the film Constantine.

The deal with Warner Bros. Discovery doesn’t just cover DC projects, as this deal will also see WBD properties like Blade: The Series, Judge Mathis, People’s Court, Annabelle, Doctor Sleep, Friday, Next Friday, and Friday After Next streaming on Tubi. More films and TV shows will be added throughout the next year. In addition to all of this, Variety notes that “WBD has expanded its partnership with Tubi to include 10 new FAST channels and renewed its agreement for its existing 13 FAST offerings. Titles from these channels will also be available on Tubi on-demand.” Info on the Warner Bros. / Tubi FAST channels can be found at the Variety link.

Tubi’s chief content officer Adam Lewinson provided the following statement: “The addition of recent blockbuster movies and fan-favorite series from the DC library is a monumental offering for Tubi viewers. We’re so pleased to have such wonderful partners at Warner Bros. Discovery, who are expanding the reach of their superhero franchise films and series that are destined to draw new audiences and fandoms with Tubi’s highly engaged viewers.

What do you think of Tubi and Warner Bros. Discovery making a deal to bring so much DC content (and other WBD properties) to the Tubi streaming service? Share your thoughts on this one by leaving a comment below.

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Some kids want to be outside, riding bikes and playing sports. When he was a kid, Cody Hamman preferred to stay indoors, reading novels and comic books or watching movies and TV shows. A passionate fan of the horror genre since the age of 3 (which was way back in the 1980s), Cody is now a news editor and film critic for Arrow in the Head, the horror arm of, and writes scripts for videos that are released through the JoBlo Originals and JoBlo Horror Originals YouTube channels. In his spare time, he’s a globe-trotting digital nomad, runs a personal blog called Life Between Frames, and writes novels and screenplays. So basically, he’s usually busy writing something, and when he’s not writing he can probably be found watching or reading something. He can tolerate spending some time outdoors, but soon enough he’ll be eager to get back to typing on the keyboard.

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