Geoff Johns Announces Stargirl TV Series For DC Universe

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DC fans have been having such a lot of great news this week. Not only has Warner Brothers been releasing new photos and new posters of Aquaman, but it's also just recently released the very first trailer for the DC Universe's flagship series, Titans.

Now, with San Diego Comic-Con International kicking off, Geoff Johns has another great announcement for fans – DC Entertainment's former Chief Creative Officer is going to be writing and producing a live-action Star Girl series for DC Universe.


Set for production under Warner Brothers Television and Berlanti Productions, Star Girl is going to center around Courtney Whitmore, a high school sophomore inspiring a group of unlikely young heroes in stopping baddies from the past.

"The show's about Courtney Whitmore, whose mom gets remarried to Pat Dugan, and they move to Blue Valley Nebraska," Johns told DC fans at the panel. "She learns that Pat Dugan used to be a member of the Justice Society of America, and so she steals her stepfather's stuff and goes for a joyride."

Described as "fun, exciting, and unpredictable," fans are going to get appearances and references to a number of members from the Justice Society of America, a superhero team that used to be popular in the 1940s.

Are you excited to see the Stargirl television series? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below.

Stargirl doesn't have a release date just yet, but the series is expected to premiere sometime in 2019.

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