Warner Bros. Discovery has finalized a deal to bring a variety of DC titles to the ad supported streaming platform Tubi. Tubi will now offer a selection of easily streamable titles, including The Batman, Black Adam, Aquaman, and series like Gotham and Batwoman. This collaboration with Tubi provides an alternative for DC fans who may be hesitant to pay for Warner Bros. Discovery’s Max streaming service, offering access to selected titles for free, supported by ads.
To kick off Tubi’s introduction of DC content, audiences can now stream films such as Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever, Superman: The Movie, Superman II, and the popular Keanu Reeves led film, Constantine. The content rollout extends into 2024, introducing additional movies like Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman 1984, Green Lantern, and Birds of Prey.
Television series enthusiasts can enjoy Gotham, Batwoman, and Krypton, which are now available, with Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Stargirl, and Swamp Thing arriving later. Animation lovers also have a treat with titles such as Batman: Death in the Family, The Death of Superman, DC Showcase: Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam, Son of Batman, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, and Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox coming in December.
Beyond DC, Tubi will gain access to a wealth of content from Warner Bros. Discovery, including movies like Annabelle, Doctor Sleep, and the Friday trilogy. Additional film announcements are expected, providing a diverse streaming experience. Fans of daytime courtroom reality shows can binge-watch episodes of Judge Mathis and People’s Court.
While Tubi’s expanded content library may attract subscribers seeking a free, ad supported experience, Warner Bros. Discovery must navigate the balance, considering the appeal of Max, home to favorites like House of the Dragon’s upcoming second season. The anticipated productions on Max are likely to retain a significant audience despite Tubi’s comprehensive offerings.