In the series finale, Swamp Thing deals with the truth about his identity as Jason’s obsession fully transforms him into a sociopath.
Abby races to keep Jason from getting under Alec’s skin, as the truth about Swamp Thing’s origin finally bubble to the surface.
Avery comes face-to-face with Swamp Thing for the first time as the Conclave’s influence spreads beyond Marais.
Alec and Abby flirt with danger after seeking out evil forces in the swamp while Avery and Lucilia find a darkness all their own.
Jason’s experiments ignite an uncontrollable force within Daniel while Abby tries to quell the beast within Alec.
One month later, DC Universe still hasn’t adequately explained why Swamp Thing was cancelled, and what it means for the future.
Abby Arcane is transported back to a pivotal moment in her life when the spirit of her best friend returns from the depths.
Alec’s warnings about the poisoned swamp come to life again as Abby tries to contain a new swamp-born infection.
Derek Mears expressed his perplexity about the decision to cancel the show.
Abby and a transformed Alec reconnect briefly between battling the infected while Avery does his best to patch the cracks in his facade.
The streaming service has finally offered some clarification on the current state of its recently canceled Swamp Thing series.
According to a new report, the producers of Swamp Thing had ambitious ideas for DC’s horror characters before the series’ abrupt cancellation.
Producer and director James Wan shares a message for fans about Swamp Thing’s cancellation, and urges them to watch the show.
Abby tries to acquire Alec’s research while Susie and a newly transformed Alec explore their connection.
Despite the apparent cancellation of Swamp Thing, DC Universe is continuing its promotional efforts for the series with a new video.
After only a single episode, DC Universe has reportedly pulled the plug on Swamp Thing.
Abby Arcane and Alec Holland attempt to stop a deadly viral outbreak, but something more menacing is brewing in the bayou.
Aquaman co-star Michael Beach has been added to the cast of DC Universe’s latest series as one of Swamp Thing’s first villains.
The series premieres this Friday!
The original series premieres May 31 on DC Universe
Alec Holland and Abby Arcane realize that the swamp is alive and fighting back in the newest teaser trailer for DC Universe’s Swamp Thing.