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As January comes to a close, DC Universe has confirmed three new series will debut on the premium streaming service next month, with one as early as this Friday.

The New Batman Adventures, the rebranded, final season of the classic Batman: The Animated Series, will be digitally remastered like previous seasons and premiere on February 1 on the platform. Airing from 1997-1999, the season featured significantly redesigned characters and featured a greater emphasis on the growing supporting cast, including a new, younger Robin in Tim Drake, an increased role for Batgirl and the original Robin, Dick Grayson, becoming Nightwing.

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Premiering on February 8 is the follow-up animated series, The Batman, which starred Rino Romano as the eponymous superhero with different animation style and radically redesigned rogues' gallery. The series originally aired from 2004 through 2008.

The two animated series will be joined by the latest DCU original series, Doom Patrol, which premieres on February 15 with new episodes released every Friday. Additionally, the Syfy live-action series Krypton is expected to add its first season to the streaming service at a currently unannounced date sometime in February.

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(via IGN)


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