The merger of Warner Bros. and Discovery didn’t simply result in several cancellations, it additionally put a number of reveals in limbo. As a result of WB Discovery nonetheless stays targeted on recouping cash, the company is making an attempt to license out its stuff to other distributors, and that features in-progress sequence like Batman: Caped Crusader.
One other of these reveals is Useless Boy Detectives, which was introduced final yr earlier than the merger finalized and initially slated for HBO Max. Per the Hollywood Reporter, the sequence is now heading over to Netflix, because it apparently didn’t match the new DC vision lately unveiled by James Gunn and Peter Safran. Even when it had stayed round on HBO Max, the Reporter claims that WB wouldn’t have been in a position to even market the present till 2024, so the producers gave the inexperienced mild for it to be shopped round.
Produced by Arrowverse head Greg Berlanti, Useless Boy Detectives relies on a pair of characters created by Neil Gaiman and Matt Wagner who first confirmed up in 1991’s The Sandman #25. The titular useless boys, Charles Rowland (George Rexstrew) and Edward Paine (Jayden Revri), are a pair of youngsters who’ve chosen to examine supernatural crimes on Earth slightly than move on into the afterlife. The present’s solid consists of Yuyu Kitamura, Jenn Lyon, Briana Cuoco, and Ruth Connell.
Going over to Netflix is sensible, for the reason that streamer can be presently the house of The Sandman, and loves itself some comedian ebook reveals. At time of writing, it’s unclear if the present—headed up by The Flight Attendant creator Steve Yockey and Arrow showrunner Beth Schwartz, and government produced by Doom Patrol’s Jeremy Carver—will likely be adjusted to suit inside the primary Sandman sequence. Both means, search for Useless Boy Detectives to launch on Netflix within the close to future.
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