The future of the DC Comics universe is always a mystery. DC is collaborating with HBO Max to make more live-action series, which are tied into the DC Extended Universe. Most recently HBO Max renewed Peacemaker for a season 2, also a number of film and television series in the works at HBO Max.
In an interview with THR, HBO Max executive Casey Bloys revealed about the future with the DC universe, and teased that there is an active effort to make it feel “well organized.”
“One of the things that Ann Sarnoff has been big on is trying to make DC work in a more organized and integrated way,” Bloys explained. “I wasn’t there before so I don’t know how things were done but since I started at HBO Max a year and a half ago, we spend a lot of time talking with Toby [Emmerich, Warner Bros. Pictures chair] and Walter [Hamada, president of DC Films] and Jim Lee at DC and we’re trying to be mindful about how all the pieces work together. In my estimation, it feels very well organized. That’s something that was very important to Ann when she started a few years ago.”
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With the renewal of Peacemaker season 2, there is another Suicide Squad spin-off based on the film character is in development at HBO. The series like Doom Patrol, Titans, Young Justice, and Harley Quinn is also in talk. The upcoming live-action films are Batgirl, Black Canary, and the Wonder Twins and television shows for Justice League Dark, John Constantine, Madame Xanadu, the Dead Boy Detectives, the Legion of Super-Heroes, and the Green Lantern Corps, as well as multiple spinoffs of The Batman.