Several comic books, animated movies, and live-action movies are scheduled to be coming to the DC Universe streaming service - but at the same time, some are leaving. This is in addition to the previously announced Swamp Thing season one debuting May 31 and Young Justice: Outsiders season 1B on July 2.
On July 2, DC plans to add the following movies: Watchmen, Watchmen: Under the Hood mockumentary, Supergirl, Green Lantern: Emerald Knights, Batman: Year One, Justice League vs. Teen Titans, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, and Justice League: Doom.
On the comics front, here's what's coming (and when): Justice League: No Justice (June 4), the beginning of Snyder's Justice League (June 11), 2016's Cyborg (June 11), New Super-Man and the Justice League of China (June 18), Batman: Prelude to the Wedding (July 2), The Man of Steel (July 9), Batman #50 (July 9), the start of Brian Michael Bendis' Superman run (July 16), The Brave and the Bold: Batman and Superman (July 23).
DC also mentions that both Alan Moore and Scott Snyder's runs on Swamp Thing will be added this summer, but do not reveal specific dates.
And while DC doesn't plan to remove any comic books this summer, several movies are being removed.
On June 1, the following movies will be removed: The Batman vs. Dracula, Superman vs. the Elite, Superman / Batman: Apocalypse, and Superman / Batman: Public Enemies.
And on July 1, these movies are planned for removal: All-Star Superman, 1989's Batman, Batman and Robin, Batman Forever, Batman Returns, Batman: Bad Blood, Superman III, Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, Superman: Unbound, and the animated Wonder Woman.