Warner Bros. Discovery Confirms Which Three DC Projects Are Moving Forward at HBO Max

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Since the news of Batgirl being canceled by Warner Bros. Discovery after its recent shakeup, fans have been unsure about which projects will be going ahead.

While the future of DC Comics still appears to be up in the air at the studio, the newly formed company has confirmed three projects that will stay its course to appear on HBO Max. According to Deadline, DC series said to be "moving along" post-merger include the second season of Peacemaker starring John Cena, the Penguin spinoff featuring Colin Farrell and the new Greg Berlanti-led series Green Lantern Corps.

While there has not been an official word of other HBO Max originals like Young Justice and Harley Quinn, HBO Max Chief Content Officer is said to be focusing on quality for the upcoming quarters. In a recent earnings call, Warner Bros. Discovery's CEO David Zaslav said, "Quality is what matters. Quality is what Casey and that team is delivering. It's the best team in the business. We're doubling down on that HBO team. They're all committed under contract and we're going to spend dramatically more this year and next year than we spent last year in the year before."

Stay tuned for more information.

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