Just last week, audiences learned that the DC Daily show from the DC Universe streaming service had been cancelled just as the HBO Max streaming service released, aimed at bringing DC Comics content to a larger audience. Now, as the show is set to wrap up, some of the hosts have taken to Twitter to launch a new hashtag #SaveDCDaily in an attempt to keep the show on the air and informing fans everywhere.
With the show currently set to air its last episode on July 3rd after over 400 episodes, the new campaign to keep DC Daily alive is being shared by hosts like Clarke Wolfe, Sam Levine, Hector Navarro, Whitney Moore and even writer Sam Humphries. See some of their messages below…
The outpouring of support from our incredible DC Daily fans has been amazing, but it's never too late for miracles! If you want to keep us on the air, use your powerful superhero voices to let @TheDCUniverse and @HBOmax know you want to #SaveDCDaily!! PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD!! pic.twitter.com/2Arp6jMJu6
— Samm Levine (@SammLevine) June 15, 2020
There is SO much cool DC stuff coming to @hbomax and we’d love to continue our show so we can talk about all of it!! DC fans, y’all are some of the most passionate out there. If anyone can bring DC Daily back it’s you!! #SaveDCDaily @TheDCUniverse pic.twitter.com/AmHtRU2DEG
— Whitney Moore (@TweetneyMoore) June 15, 2020
— Sam "The Hammer" Humphries (@samhumphries) June 15, 2020
The outpouring of support to keep the show on the air from fans hasn’t garnered a response from DC Comics or HBO Max yet, but be sure to stay tuned to Comic Watch for more as it releases.
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