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JJ Abrams’ Batman series has found a new home

JJ Abrams’ Batman series has found a new home

The series was saved, although this was never questioned.

Batman: Caped Crusader was originally set to hit HBO Max, Warner Bros.’s premiere streaming platform. Discovery (WBD), where the company owns the rights to the character. The animated series, which JJ Abrams is working on with the help of Batman 2022 director Matt Reeves and Bruce Timm, received the green light in May 2021, but later its fate took a turn for the worse.

With the merger of Warner Bros. And Discovery, it’s starting a huge reorganization, where the company has to somehow turn a huge loss into a positive one. So, in addition to several productions, JJ Abrams’ Batman series for August 2022 has also been canceled. Thankfully, now Amazon appears to be bailing out the project, with Netflix, Hulu, and even Apple TV Plus all interested in it.

We still don’t know when Batman: Caped Crusader will hit Prime Video. WBD and Amazon Studios haven’t closed the deal yet THR According to , and the works are still in full swing, so we have to wait a while to get the anime series.

One thing is certain: we can expect 10 episodes for the first season, and famous comic writer Ed Brubaker will also be involved in creating them.

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