Bruce Timm’s Batman: The Caped Crusader Eyes New Streaming Home

Batman: Caped Crusader HBO Max may have found a new streaming home six and a half months after it decided not to launch a new animated series.

Neither Amazon nor Warner Bros. Animation are commenting, but there are reports that Prime Video has brought the orphaned (mother-of-pearl!) series home with a further two-season order.

Batman: Caped Crusader Back in May 2019 it received a series order from HBO Max and Cartoon Network, but as TVLine reported last August, it was one of six animated projects no longer being produced for HBO Max. Yet all six projects, mostly from Warner Bros. Animation, continued in production so that they could be purchased at other outlets.

The Caped Crusader was neglected by HBO Max among several programming changes at Warner Bros. Discovery, where some projects were dropped and others that were already (not-so-)streaming on HBO Max were quietly removed. .

Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, Bad Robot Productions and 6th & Idaho, Batman: Caped Crusader is an animated reimagining of the batman mythology via batman: the animated seriesBruce Timm himself is also serving as EP, along with JJ Abrams, Matt Reeves and Ed Brubaker. (Reeves of course directed BatmanThe most recent live-action take on the big screen is The Dark Knight, played by Robert Pattinson.)

The series is said to use “state-of-the-art animation techniques” to “once again set Batman and his iconic rogues’ gallery in a visually striking world with sophisticated storytelling, nuanced characters and intense action sequences.”

will you follow Batman: Caped Crusader for prime video?

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