YOUNG JUSTICE: OUTSIDERS Co-Creator Says The DC Universe Streaming Service Allows Them To Tell A Darker Story

YOUNG JUSTICE: OUTSIDERS Co-Creator Says The DC Universe Streaming Service Allows Them To Tell A Darker Story

YOUNG JUSTICE: OUTSIDERS Co-Creator Says The DC Universe Streaming Service Allows Them To Tell A Darker Story

After several years, the popular show will finally return for a third season on DC Universe, and based on some comments from Greg Weisman Young Justice: Outsiders may tell the series' darkest story yet...

Among the many shows that will be available on the DC Universe streaming service is the third season of Young Justice, which will see the fan-favorite series return after being cancelled by Cartoon Network back in 2013.

But while most fans are just happy to see the animated property back, some do wonder how the show will be affected by its transition from the cable network to the new streaming platform. Thankfully, the co-creator of Young Justice: Outsiders, Greg Weisman, has answered this question and reveals whether the DC Universe put any creative constraints on the project.


“Because we’re on a streaming service and we’re not on Cartoon Network, we don’t have Cartoon Network’s standards and practices. Departments can’t tell us what we can and can’t do. That has freed us up, and this season is more mature. It’s a little darker. Definitely delves deep into our characters and it also allows us to delve deeper into the DC universe.”

In short, it sounds like they were given a lot of creative freedom, allowing them to tell a darker and more mature story for Season 3. How this will manifest in the final product remains to be seen, but it is intriguing considering the first two seasons already touched on some fairly heavy subject matter.

What do you make of these comments? Are you excited for a darker outing from the series? Make sure to share your thoughts in the comments below.
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