DC Universe’s Stargirl is now expected to premiere on the streaming service in Spring 2020, lead actress Brec Bassinger has revealed.
During an interview on the YSBNow Podcast (via Stargirl.tv), Bassinger confirms that the upcoming superhero series was set to debut on DC Universe in January, but it has since been pushed back to spring of next year. It’s important to note that although a specific release month had not been revealed prior, the move from January to spring is telling that they want to get the series in tip-top shape before releasing it. Stargirl finished production in Atlanta during the fall and has been in post-production ever since.
This news comes shortly after false rumors circulated that the first season of Stargirl would move over to The CW. That turned out not to be the case, but it is the second delay the show has endured as it was initially slated for August/September of this year.
The 13-episode series is currently slated to release on DC Universe, however, it would not be surprising if it lands on WarnerMedia’s HBO Max in May. Doom Patrol, one of the company’s most highly-rated superhero shows, will premiere on both streaming platforms. Until then, the Harley Quinn animated show will have to hold the attention of DCU’s subscribers when it debuts on November 29th.
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Stargirl will begin streaming on DC Universe in 2020.
The series stars Brec Bassinger as Courtney Whitemore, Joel McHale as Starman, Luke Wilson as Pat Dugan, Meg DeLacy as Cindy Burman, Lou Ferrigno Jr. as Rex Tyler, Brian Stapf as Ted Grant with Anjelika Washington, Neil Jackson, Hunter Sansone as Icicle Jr., Yvette Monreal as Yolanda Montez, Christopher James, and Jake Austin Walker as Brainwave Jr.
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