Batman: Caped Crusader Is Interested In Being Acquired By Netflix, Apple, And Hulu.
As the business prepares to introduce a new service with Discovery Plus next year, it appears like Warner Bros. is moving in a different way with streaming. After it was disclosed this week that Batman: Caped Crusader and other forthcoming projects will not stream on HBO Max, part of the strategy appears to be selling off animation projects rather than putting them on their platform.
In the past, Warner Bros. has prominently licensed works like The Sandman to Netflix and Ted Lasso to Apple TV Plus. It is reported that Apple, Netflix, Hulu, and other streaming services are all interested in picking up the animated series Batman: Caped Crusader, so the same thing will probably occur with it.
Executive producers for the next Batman film include J.J. Abrams, Matt Reeves, and Bruce Timm. The showrunner is Ed Brubaker, and Marc Bernardin from Fatman on Batman authored an episode.