HBO Max puts a ring on Green Lantern & DC 'Strange Adventures' TV show

Green Lantern and a DC 'Strange Adventures' show have been officially married to HBO Max.

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Warner Bros has greenlit two new DC TV shows that will exclusively heading over to HBO Max, 'Strange Adventures' and a Green Lantern TV show.

HBO Max puts a ring on Green Lantern & DC 'Strange Adventures' TV show |

Variety has reported that while neither project has begun filming, both have been given the go ahead to start filming. This is Warner Bros attempt to sway viewers away from the already established major streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime and with big names such as DC and its plethora of characters they might just have a silver bullet.

Greg Berlanti who is the producer of both the shows spoke out about the two projects in the pipeline, saying "Both of these original DC properties we'll be creating for HBO Max will be unlike anything seen on television... 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."

Of course the Green Lantern show will focus on Green Lantern, 'Strange Adventures' on the other hand will introduce many different DC characters through a series that is said to consist on one hour episodes.

In other news about HBO Max, Adventure Time will also be revived for the streaming service, more on that here. It was also just announced that HBO Max will come in at a sturdy price of just $14.99 per month, more on that here.


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