The CW’s Arrowverse has enjoyed a decent partnership with Netflix thus far, with shows like Arrow, Flash, Supergirl, and others being easily binge-able once in the platform, albeit in a later manner than on television. It seems like all good things are coming to an end, however, as these shows could end up like the Marvel ones and leave the service for something else, this time a Warner Bros. streaming platform that will rival Netflix and Disney.
According to Variety, these shows might end up in the still-unnamed platform when it comes out later this year. The reason why it’s not coming to DC Universe is because that streaming service might end up being consumed by Warner Bros. new service, which makes sense. It might make fans wonder why DC thought a service with only their programs would work but semantics.
Having a streaming service solely based on Warner Bros. licenses could work since the company has a ton of movies and shows under its belt, a lot of which will be DC. Add classics like the Looney Toons and it’s clear that this service has a lot of promise, though competing with Disney, Netflix, and Hulu is a tall order.
Fans can enjoy all the Arrowverse shows on the CW and Netflix, the latter of which will likely be temporary from now on.