In brightest day, in darkest nights
have you watched watchmen yet?
My number one question after finishing the first episode is why HBO hasn't been making more DC shows up to now. Luckily for me, there might be an answer sooner than expected.
As major television companies go into a streaming war to control monthly subscription away from Netflix, one of the biggest soldiers in that war is expected to be HBO MAX which will also reportedly chuck in DC UNIVERSE shows like Doom Patrol, and if that’s not enough, a green lantern series might be coming too.
Berlanti production has put its footprints in DC shows from the Arrowverse to producing Titans and it doesn't look like stopping anytime soon with an announcement of an upcoming green lantern series.
The history of green lantern on the screen has been underwhelming for fans of the green brigade. After a face-palming movie in 2011 staring Ryan Reynolds and a glimpse of what was to have been in justice league, fans hoped the announcement by Geoff johns that he's developing a corps movie was finally going to remove the sore taste forever. Sadly, nothing new has come up since then and the same fears might plague this new show.
Berlanti has come out saying "In what promises to be our biggest DC show ever made, we will be going to space with a Green Lantern television series, but I can’t reveal any more about that just yet.”
Considering there are like seven earth lanterns and around a thousand more in space all with their own tone and blend of emotion(other than will of course) it is interesting to see how the ringslingers will make a comeback, and if its anything like what watchmen is already achieving story wise and setting, we have a reason to be excited.
That’s may be the only thing to HBO max. Berlanti is also working on a strange adventure series. Rick and Morty will also be coming to the streaming series and most of Warner media movies and shows that will undoubtedly bring their own fans such as DC movies and fan favorite Friends sitcom.
Let the war begin
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By NAICCON on Nov 6, 2019