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Stargirl is coming to the DC Universe streaming service and The CW, on DC Universe, the Stargirl TV Show joins live-action series Titans and Doom Patrol, and animated series Harley Quinn and Young Justice: Outsiders, Greg Berlanti, Geoff Johns, and Sarah Schechter serve as executive producers and Johns himself wrote the first episode. DC’ Stargirl follows High School sophomore Courtney Whitmore as she inspires an unlikely group of young heroes to stop the villains of the past.

Before Stargirl arrives on DC Universe and on The CW next month, I had the opportunity to watch the first three episodes of the series and long story short, I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed the newest DC-based superhero show starring Brec Bassinger and Luke Wilson.

The storyline kicks off by joining right into the action, taking the audience back 10 years during the Golden Age of Heroes and the night It came to a halt after they had protected the world for decades.

A decade later we’re introduced to teen Courtney Whitmore, Pat’s new stepdaughter whose father vanished 10 years prior leaving Courtney with years of missing an absent father and struggling with the possibility that he might have abandoned her and her mother.

Stargirl will release on DC Universe on Monday, May 18 on DC Universe and Tuesday, May 19 on The CW. New episodes will premiere each Monday on DC Universe, and be repeated on The CW ON Tuesday NIGHTS AT 8 P.M.

From original creator and comic book writer Geoff Johns executive producer of Titans Arrow Batwoman and The Flash. Reviews for Geoff Johns Stargirl recently started popping up, offering a sign of what DC Universe is doing with its first live-action debut since the unfortunately short-lived Swamp Thing. Somewhat surprisingly, Stargirl reviews aren’t nearly as plentiful as they would be for many other high- profile projects especially for a show that’s splitting its time between both streaming and traditional broadcasts.

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