DC Universe’s beloved yet short-lived Swamp Thing series might have found a new home on the CW Network.
Per The Hollywood Reporter:
Fresh off of adding the first two seasons of the CBS All Access anthology Tell Me a Story, the younger-skewing broadcaster has licensed DC Universe’s Swamp Thing and picked up the Canadian drama Coroner and the U.K. comedy Dead Pixels. It’s unclear when any of the four shows will make their debut on The CW’s linear network (and its ad-supported free streaming service, CW Seed). News of premiere dates could come later this week when The CW is expected to announce its fall schedule.
Swamp Thing, starring Crystal Reed and based on the DC title of the same name, will become the second DC Universe series to air on The CW, joining Stargirl, whose episodes will debut on the linear network a day after they launch on the streamer. The network is a joint venture between DC Universe backers Warner Bros. TV and CBS TV Studios, with the latter behind Tell Me a Story. The decision to pick up one show from each company’s streamer is in line with The CW’s history of splitting new series orders evenly between both studios.
Now a good way to ensure we get a second season of Swamp Thing is to watch it when it airs on the CW and bombard the CW social media with #MoreSwampy