What We Know About DC Studios’ New Green Lantern Series

DC Studios’ bosses James Gunn and Peter Safran have announced a new slate of TV shows and films as part of the revamped DCEU. This also includes the new Green Lantern series. Gunn and Safran, who took over the production company’s creative operations in 2022, have shared plans for the reboot of the DC Universe.

During a private press event, both Gunn and Safran announced new TV and film projects, including Batman 2, the Superman reboot (without Henery Cavil), the Wonder Woman prequel series Paradise Lost, and arguably one of their most exciting new projects, Lanterns. All of these new projects are part of the first phase of the rebooted DC Universe called ‘Chapter 1: Gods & Monsters’. While we are looking forward to all of the new films and tv shows being planned in this phase, we are especially excited about Lanterns which will stream on HBO Max.


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What will the new Green Lantern series be about?

DC comics took to their official Twitter and Instagram accounts to share an update about the reboot of Green Lantern. The new TV series is titled Lanterns and will follow fan-favourite characters and detectives Hal Jordan and John Stewart. According to Gunn and Safran, the series will thematically and tonally be similar to True Detective. 


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DCEU’s Phase 1 reboot features ten new releases, including films and TV series

James Gunn has announced a slate of ten new releases for DCEU’s Phase 1 reboot. These include the following:

Film projects:

  • Superman: Legacy

  • The Authority

  • Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow

  • Swamp Thing

  • The Brave and the Bold

Television series:

  • Lanterns

  • Paradise Lost

  • Booster Gold

  • Creature Commandos

  • Waller

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