List of television series based on DC Comics publications

Below is a list of television series based on properties of DC Comics. This list includes live-action and animated series.

Live-action edit

Title Seasons Episodes Original airing Production company Network(s) Notes Ref.
Adventures of Superman 6 104 1952–1958 DC Comics / Motion Pictures for Television Syndication
Batman 3 120 1966–1968 20th Century Fox Television / Greenway Productions ABC
Shazam! 3 28 1974–1976 Filmation / DC Comics / Warner Bros. Television CBS
The Secrets of Isis 2 22 1975–1976 Filmation
Wonder Woman 3 60 (with pilots) 1975–1979 Warner Bros. Television / DC Comics / The Douglas S. Cramer Co. / Bruce Lansbury Productions, Ltd. ABC (season 1)
CBS (seasons 2–3)
Superboy 4 100 1988–1992 Cantharus Productions / Alexander and Ilya Salkind Productions / Lowry Productions / DC Comics Syndication
Swamp Thing 3 72 1990–1993 BBK Productions, Inc. / Batfilm Productions, Inc. / MCA Television Entertainment USA Network
The Flash 1 22 1990–1991 Warner Bros. Television / Pet Fly Productions CBS Arrowverse adjacent[a]
Human Target 1 7 1992 ABC
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman 4 88 1993–1997 Warner Bros. Television / December 3 Productions / Gangbuster Films Inc. / Roundelay Productions
Smallville 10 217 2001–2011 Warner Bros. Television / DC Comics / Tollin/Robbins Productions / Millar Gough Ink The WB (seasons 1–5)
The CW (seasons 6–10)
Arrowverse adjacent[a]
Birds of Prey 1 13 2002–2003 Warner Bros. Television / Tollin/Robbins Productions The WB
Human Target 2 25 2010–2011 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Wonderland Sound and Vision Fox / CTV
Arrow 8 170 2012–2020 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Berlanti Productions The CW Part of the Arrowverse
Gotham 5 100 2014–2019 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Primrose Hill Productions Fox
The Flash 9 184 2014–2023 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Berlanti Productions The CW Part of the Arrowverse
Constantine 1 13 2014–2015 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Ever After Productions / Phantom Four Films NBC Part of the Arrowverse[a]
Supergirl 6 126 2015–2021 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Berlanti Productions CBS (season 1)
The CW (seasons 2–6)
Part of the Arrowverse
Legends of Tomorrow 7 110 2016–2022 The CW
Powerless 1 12 2017 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Ehsugadee Productions NBC
Black Lightning 4 58 2018–2021 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Berlanti Productions / Akil Productions The CW Part of the Arrowverse
Krypton 2 20 2018–2019 Warner Horizon Television / DC Entertainment / Phantom Four Films Syfy
Titans 4 49 2018–2023 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Weed Road Pictures / Berlanti Productions DC Universe (seasons 1–2)
HBO Max (seasons 3–4)
Arrowverse adjacent[a]
Doom Patrol 4 46 2019–2023 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Berlanti Productions / Jeremy Carver Productions DC Universe (seasons 1–2)
HBO Max / Max (seasons 2–4)
Swamp Thing 1 10 2019 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Big Shoe Productions, Inc. / Atomic Monster DC Universe
Pennyworth 3 30 2019–2022 Warner Horizon Television / DC Entertainment / Primrose Hill Productions Epix (seasons 1–2)
HBO Max (season 3)
Set in the same universe as Gotham.
Batwoman 3 51 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Berlanti Productions The CW Part of the Arrowverse
Watchmen 1 9 2019 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Paramount Television / White Rabbit HBO
Stargirl 3 39 2020–2022 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Mad Ghost Productions / Berlanti Productions DC Universe (season 1)
The CW (seasons 1–3)
Arrowverse adjacent[a]
Naomi 1 13 2022 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Array Filmworks The CW
Gotham Knights 1 13 2023 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment/ Berlanti Productions
Ongoing
Superman & Lois 3 43 2021–present Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Berlanti Productions The CW Arrowverse adjacent.[b] Renewed for a fourth and final season. [1]
Peacemaker 1 8 2022–present Warner Bros. Television / DC Studios (season 2–present) / Troll Court Entertainment / The Safran Company HBO Max (season 1) Part of the DC Extended Universe/DC Universe. Renewed for a second season. [2]
Upcoming
The Penguin 1 8 2024 Warner Bros. Television / DC Studios / 6th & Idaho / Dylan Clark Productions Max Set in continuity with The Batman. [3]
In development
Untitled Arkham series TBA TBA TBA Warner Bros. Television / DC Studios / 6th & Idaho Max Part of the DC Universe. [4][5]
Waller Warner Bros. Television / DC Studios Spin-off of Peacemaker. Part of DC Universe. [6][7]
Paradise Lost Part of DC Universe.
Booster Gold
Lanterns

From DC Imprints edit

Vertigo edit

Title Seasons Episodes Original airing Production company Network(s) Notes Ref.
iZombie 5 71 2015–2019 Warner Bros. Television / Vertigo (DC Entertainment) / Spondoolie Productions The CW
Lucifer 6 93 2016–2021 Warner Bros. Television / Vertigo (DC Entertainment) / Jerry Bruckheimer Television Fox (seasons 1–3)
Netflix (seasons 4–6)
Arrowverse adjacent[a]
Preacher 4 43 2016–2019 Sony Pictures Television / AMC Studios / Woodbridge Productions / Short Drive Entertainment / Point Grey / Original Film / Kickstart Productions / KFL Nightsky Productions AMC
Y: The Last Man 1 10 2021 Future Investigations / Color Force / Witch's Mark Productions / FXP FX on Hulu
DMZ 1 4 2022 Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / ARRAY Filmworks HBO Max Miniseries
Bodies 1 8 2023 Moonage Pictures Netflix Miniseries [8][9]
Ongoing
Sweet Tooth 2 16 2021–present Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Team Downey / Nightshade Netflix Renewed for a third and final season. [10]
The Sandman 1 11 2022–present Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / DC Studios (season 2) / Phantom Four / PurePop Inc. / The Blank Corporation Renewed for a second season. [11]
Dead Boy Detectives 1 8 2024–present Warner Bros. Television / DC Entertainment / Berlanti Productions / Ghost Octopus Set in the same universe as The Sandman. [12][13][14][15]

WildStorm edit

Title Seasons Episodes Original airing Production company Network Notes Ref.
Ongoing
The Boys 3 24 2019–present Sony Pictures Television / Amazon Studios / Kripke Enterprises / Point Grey Pictures / Original Film / Kickstart Entertainment / KFL Nightsky Productions Prime Video Produced by Sony Pictures Television. DC does not own media adaptation or publishing rights after they were reverted to creators. Renewed for a fourth and fifth season. [16][17]
Gen V 1 8 2023–present Produced by Sony Pictures Television. Spin-off of The Boys. Renewed for a second season. [18]

TV specials edit

Title Year Network Notes
It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman 1975 ABC
Legends of the Superheroes 1979 NBC 2 TV specials
Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt 2003 CBS 90 mins

Pilots edit

Title Year Network Notes
The Adventures of Superpup 1958 Unaired
The Adventures of Superboy 1961
Who's Afraid of Diana Prince? 1967 ABC
Batgirl
Wonder Woman 1974 Passed
Human Target 1990 Unaired. Footage and script from this were reused for the 1992 version's pilot.
Justice League of America 1997 CBS Unaired in US
Global Frequency 2005 The WB Passed; based on comic published by Wildstorm
Aquaman 2006 Passed
Wonder Woman 2011 NBC Unaired
Scalped 2017 WGN America Passed; based on the comic published by Vertigo
Green Arrow & The Canaries 2020 The CW Backdoor pilot aired as part of Arrow's eighth season; Passed.
Painkiller 2021 Backdoor pilot aired as part of Black Lightning's fourth season; Passed.

Unscripted edit

Title Seasons Episodes Original airing Production company Network(s) Notes Ref.
DC Daily 450 2018–2020 Warner Bros. Television Studios DC Universe Daily news show [19]
DC Universe All Star Games 1 6 2020 Game show [20]

Television commercials edit

Commercial Year Company Notes
Superman Kellogg's 1952 Kellogg's Eight "integrated commercials" starring George Reeves.
Batgirl Equal Pay Public Service Announcement 1974 Public Service Announcement Put out by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Batman Diet Coke 1989 Diet Coke
Catwoman Diet Coke 1992
Hawkman Baby Ruth 1997 Baby Ruth A tongue in cheek commercial.
Batman OnStar commercials 2001 OnStar A series of six television commercials.
The Adventures of Seinfeld & Superman 2004 American Express Two short film commercials promoting American Express.
El Palacio de Hierro 2006 El Palacio de Hierro A Mexican commercial starring Wonder Woman, Catwoman, and Batgirl.
Vai que... Batman 2014 Bradesco Seguros A Brazilian commercial starring Batman and The Joker.
Honey Bunches of Oats 2016 Honey Bunches of Oats Features archival footage of Wonder Woman in Super Friends.

Animated edit

Title Seasons Episodes Original airing Production company(s) Network Notes / Refs
The New Adventures of Superman 4 68 1966–1970 Filmation / DC Comics CBS Part of The New Adventures of Superman franchise
The Adventures of Superboy 3 34 1966–1969
The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure 1 36 1967–1968
Aquaman 1968–1970
The Batman/Superman Hour 34 1968–1969
The Adventures of Batman 17
Super Friends 16 1973 Hanna-Barbera / DC Comics ABC Part of the Super Friends franchise
The New Adventures of Batman 1977–1978 Filmation / DC Comics CBS Part of The New Adventures of Batman franchise
The All-New Super Friends Hour 15 Hanna-Barbera / DC Comics ABC Part of the Super Friends franchise
The Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour 7 Filmation / DC Comics CBS Part of The New Adventures of Batman franchise
Challenge of the Superfriends 2 16 1978 Hanna-Barbera / DC Comics ABC Part of the Super Friends franchise
The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show 5 112 1979–1981 Ruby-Spears / DC Comics
The World's Greatest Super Friends 1 8 1979–1980 Hanna-Barbera / DC Comics Part of the Super Friends franchise
Super Friends 3 22 1980–1983
Batman and the Super 7 1 1980–1981 Filmation / DC Comics CBS Part of The New Adventures of Batman franchise
The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam! 2 38 1981–1982 NBC
Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show 1 8 1984–1985 Hanna-Barbera / DC Comics ABC Part of the Super Friends franchise
The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians 1985
Superman 13 1988 Ruby-Spears / DC Comics CBS
Swamp Thing 5 1990–1991 DIC Entertainment / Batfilm Productions, Inc. / DC Comics Fox Kids (Fox) Final DC Comics animated series not produced by Warner Bros. Animation.
Batman: The Animated Series 2 85 1992–1995 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Comics Part of the DC Animated Universe.
First DC animated series produced by Warner Bros. Animation.
The Superman/Batman Adventures 1 1995–1997 Filmation / Hanna-Barbera / DC Comics USA Part of The New Adventures of Superman and Super Friends franchises
Superman: The Animated Series 4 54 1996–2000 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Comics Kids' WB Part of the DC Animated Universe
The New Batman Adventures 1 24 1997–1999 Sequel to Batman: The Animated Series, part of the DC Animated Universe
The New Batman/Superman Adventures 3 1997–2000 Part of the DC Animated Universe
Batman Beyond 3 52 1999–2001
Static Shock 4 2000–2004
The Zeta Project 2 26 2001–2002 Spin-off of Batman Beyond, part of the DC Animated Universe
Justice League 52 2001–2004 Cartoon Network Part of the DC Animated Universe
Teen Titans 5 65 2003–2006 Cartoon Network
Kids' WB (2003–2005)
Justice League Unlimited 3 39 2004–2006 Cartoon Network Sequel to Justice League, part of the DC Animated Universe
The Batman 5 65 2004–2008 Cartoon Network (seasons 1–3)
Kids' WB (seasons 4–5)
Krypto the Superdog 2 39 2005–2006 Cartoon Network
Legion of Super Heroes 26 2006–2008 Kids' WB
Batman: The Brave and the Bold 3 65 2008–2011 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Comics (2008–2009) / DC Entertainment (2009–2011) Cartoon Network
Young Justice 4 98 2010–2022 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment Cartoon Network (seasons 1–2)
DC Universe (season 3)
HBO Max (season 4)
Green Lantern: The Animated Series 1 26 2011–2013 Cartoon Network
Beware the Batman 2013–2014 Cartoon Network (2013)
Adult Swim (2014)
Justice League Action 52 2016–2018 Cartoon Network
DC Super Hero Girls 2 78 2019–2021 Reboot of the 2015 web series of the same name[21]
Ongoing
Teen Titans Go! 8 397 2013–present Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment (seasons 1–7) / DC Studios (season 8–present) / Bardel Entertainment / Copernicus Studios Cartoon Network Standalone spin-off of Teen Titans
Harley Quinn 4 47 2019–present Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment (seasons 1–3) / DC Studios (season 4–present) / Yes, Norman Productions / Ehsugadee Productions DC Universe (seasons 1–2)
HBO Max (season 3)
Max (season 4–present)
Renewed for a fifth season[22]
Batwheels 2 42 2022–present Warner Bros. Animation / DC Studios / Bang Zoom Ltd. Cartoon Network / Max
My Adventures with Superman 1 10 2023–present Warner Bros. Animation / DC Studios Adult Swim / Max Renewed for a second season[23]
In development
Suicide Squad Isekai TBA TBA 2024 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Studios / Wit Studio Tokyo MX, BS11 (Japan) Anime[24][25]
Creature Commandos 1 7 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Studios Max Part of the DC Universe[6][26][27]
Batman: Caped Crusader TBA TBA TBA Prime Video Renewed for a second season[28][29]
Bat-Family Spin-off from Merry Little Batman[30]
Kite Man: Hell Yeah! Max Spin-off from Harley Quinn[31]
Beast Boy: Lone Wolf 1 10 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Studios / Hanna-Barbera Studios Europe Cartoon Network / Max [32]

From DC imprints edit

Title Seasons Episodes Original running Production company(s) Network Notes / Refs
Wild C.A.T.s 1 13 1994–1995 WildStorm / Nelvana CBS Published at that time by Image Comics.
MAD 4 103 2010–2013 Warner Bros. Animation Cartoon Network Various sketches featured several DC Comics characters. Mad magazine is owned by DC Comics.
The Boys Presents: Diabolical 1 8 2022 Sony Pictures Television Studios / Amazon Studios / Titmouse / Kripke Enterprises / Original Film / Point Grey Pictures Prime Video Animated spin-off of The Boys.
In development
Get Jiro! 1 TBA TBA Warner Bros. Animation / DC Studios Adult Swim [31]

Pilots edit

Title Year Production company Network Notes
The Mad Magazine TV Special 1974 Focus Entertainment Inc ABC Unaired
Mad Magazine Special 1988 Hanna-Barbera Unaired
Plastic Man 2006 Warner Bros. Animation Cartoon Network Unaired

TV animated specials edit

Title Year Production company Network Notes / Refs
Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 2012 Stoopid Buddy Stoodios / Williams Street / Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment / Sony Pictures Television Adult Swim
Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 2: Villains in Paradise 2014
Robot Chicken DC Comics Special III: Magical Friendship 2015
Teen Titans Go! See Space Jam 2021 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment Cartoon Network
Beebo Saves Christmas Berlanti Productions / Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment The CW [33][34]
Harley Quinn: A Very Problematic Valentine's Day Special 2023 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment / Yes, Norman Productions / Ehsugadee Productions HBO Max [35]

Motion comics edit

Title Original running Episodes Production company(s) Network Notes / Refs
Video Comic Book 1979–1981 Nickelodeon
Columbus Alive!
Watchmen: Motion Comic 2008 12 Cruel and Unusual Films iTunes Pilot episode, unaired, 10 mins runtime
Batman Black and White 20 Warner Premiere Two seasons
Batgirl: Year One 2009 9
The Batman Adventures: Mad Love 3
Superman: Red Son 12
Jonah Hex 2010 7

Web series, shorts series edit

Title Original running Production company(s) Airing location Notes / Refs
Lobo 2000 Warner Bros. Animation / NoodleSoup Productions Lobo Online website Part of the DC Animated Universe
Gotham Girls 2000–2002 Warner Bros. website
Zatanna: Trial of the Crystal Wand 2003 Cartoon Monsoon website
The Aquaman & Friends Action Hour Wild Hare Studios CN Latin America Spoof continuation of Super Friends
DC Nation Shorts 2011–2014 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment Animated shorts aired as interstitials on the DC Nation television block on Cartoon Network
Batman Unlimited 2015–2016 YouTube (DC Kids Channel)
The Joker's Playhouse 2015 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment / Imaginext / Titmouse, Inc.
Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment / Blue Ribbon Content YouTube (Machinima channel) Related to the film. Renewed for season 2, but subsequently shelved indefinitely[36]
Vixen 2015–2016 CW Seed Part of the Arrowverse
DC Super Hero Girls 2015–2018 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment YouTube (DC Super Hero Girls channel)
Justice League Action Shorts 2017 YouTube (DC Kids Channel)
Freedom Fighters: The Ray 2017–2018 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment / Blue Ribbon Content CW Seed Part of the Arrowverse[37][38]
Constantine: City of Demons 2018–2019 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment / Blue Ribbon Content / Berlanti Productions / Phantom Four Productions Part of the DC Animated Movie Universe
DC Super Hero Girls: Super Shorts 2019–2020 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment YouTube (DC Super Hero Girls channel)
Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons 2020 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment / Blue Ribbon Content / Berlanti Productions CW Seed [39]
Aquaman: King of Atlantis 2021 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Entertainment / Atomic Monster HBO Max / Cartoon Network [40][41]

See also edit

Notes edit

  1. ^ a b c d e f This show or a character from this show was made canon to the Arrowverse either retroactively or via a crossover event. See List of DC Multiverse worlds § Arrowverse for further information.
  2. ^ Initially conceived as a spin-off set in the Arrowverse, the series' second season finale established it in its own adjacent universe.

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