DC Universe Cancels DC Daily, Final Episode Arrives In July
Since the launch of DC Universe in September 2018, DC Daily has been one of the flagship shows of the streaming service. However, the daily dose of DC news, interviews, and discussion is coming to an end. Collider broke the story, but it was subsequently confirmed by a statement from a DC Universe spokesperson.
“After more than 400 episodes, DC Daily will air its final broadcast on Friday, July 3. This year has brought more challenges than the show could overcome. We thank all the fans and talent and hosts for bringing this show to life. It’s been a fun ride.”
Additionally, three of the series’ hosts, Clarke Wolfe, Hector Navarro, and Whitney Moore, shared their reactions to the news.
#DCDaily was a dream job. I cannot stress enough that this show’s cast and crew have become like family to me. I am so proud of what we were able to accomplish as fans of the DC brand. The good news is we still have a bunch more episodes to go! Our series finale will air on 7/3. pic.twitter.com/gGQYKQfM4N
— Clarke Wolfe (@clarkewolfe) June 8, 2020
I wanna echo everything Clarke said, because it’s true. The entire cast and crew on this show are the best, and I’ve been so proud of everything we’ve been able to do.
I want to thank the fans for all the kind words, and for watching our show and geeking out along with us! https://t.co/OU5X7fgbwe
— Hector Navarro (@Hectorisfunny) June 9, 2020
Gigs come and go, but it’s a rare privilege to work with people you consider family. I cannot WAIT to see what my incredible peers do next, and am so forever thankful I got to sit on a couch with these funny, smart, adorable nerds. #DCDaily pic.twitter.com/tL9JCujU29
— Whitney Moore (@TweetneyMoore) June 9, 2020
How do you feel about the end of DC Daily? Let us know in the comment section below!
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