Here's a story about the new WarnerMedia streaming service. It doesn't mention DCUniverse.com or any of its services, so maybe it will remain separate. New WB stuff will go on HBO Max, though, like Batwoman and Katy Keene, so I don't know what that will do to other services that currently host that content. The article says Wonder Woman and Aquaman will also be on HBO Max, instead of, I guess, Netflix. Also Friends, if you haven't watched all those already.
I haven't found a price yet, but I doubt it will be as cheap as Netflix, since HBO Now alone costs $14.99/month already. And the new service will include TNT, TBS, New Line, DC, truTV, The CW, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Looney Tunes, Crunchyroll and Turner Classic Movies.
Will this really include The CW, since ownership is shared with CBS? They seem to be saying only new CW shows.
Next Spring? Looking forward to more info as it develops.
I like that it will include the TBS/TNT shows.
If they are folding in the HBO Now service, maybe they'll also include the DC Universe service, even though the article doesn't mention it.