A Hitman television series may be on the horizon. The attention of the general audience is focused on the big screen DC movies as illustrations by Warner Bros., which is unofficially titled DC Extended Universe, but Warner Bros. TV, the studio’s television arm, has many shows based on it. in DC. Wind. And now, more shows are in development, thanking you for announcing plans to launch a dedicated streaming service.
The CW currently maintains most of DC’s content on Warner Bros. TV with its ever-expanding AeroVers: Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, Vixen, and Constantine, as well as iXombi and Black Lightning, with distribution from Fox. .. Only two shows: Gotham and Lucifer. AMC currently only has Preacher, while Sify will be joining the game with Krypton later this year. On top of all this, there are still plans for more live-action DC TV shows, like Watchman on HBO and Titans on DC’s digital service. And there seems to be a discussion about adding another show to that list.
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DC Comics creative director Geoff Johns and Arrowverse and Supergirl creator Greg Berlanti was asked about a possible Hitman television series in a question and answer session at DC, this weekend’s comic book publisher. , DC. Johns was open to the idea saying “anything is possible” and this is something that he and Berlanti “are discussing now. As he develops skills like X-ray vision and rhetorical telepathy, Monaghan uses his abilities by working as a hitman for Coldron, an Irish district at the bottom of Gotham City.
The character was created by Garth Ennis and John McRea and made his debut in The Demon Annual # 2 before receiving his own untitled series.
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Focusing on developing DC Comics types on the small screen, a Hitman TV series is definitely different from the rest, but it could be a good thing. DC may want a more serious show, one that is still tangled up in the DC Universe, which may be similar to the success Netflix and Marvel TV are enjoying with The Punisher.