Where do you watch?
- HBO MAX
- EITHER OR
Where do you watch?
Flipping channels a family member briefly landed on CW. STARGIRL was on a episode where Courtney walks down a empty school hallway during the day. This occurred on a Sunday.
I watch on DCU though.
Most HBO Max shows have “extras.” Does anyone know if that’s true of DP? I’m too lazy to take a gander myself right now.
Not me, man
DCU for sure… well into the start of my second yearly membership!!
DCU for the win?
Hmmm? Are more people watching STARGIRL than DOOM PATROL?
Also, demographically, STARGIRL is a big hit here, and right up there with FLASH and BATWOMAN on the CW.
Well, I watch Stargirl on both, I don’t really watch DP.
It’s 4K streaming resolution on DCU.
Doubtful as the series is a DCU series.
Season 2 is both a DCU and an HBO Max series, so I wouldn’t say that. It’s like how on the CW, Stargirl shows a preview of the next episode, but that doesn’t happen on DCU.
CW means commercials and I am too spoiled for that. Besides, DCU gets you reward points.
More people are probably watching Stargirl, although Doom Patrol is awesome! I love them both. Stargirl is a big demographic hit I would wager, just like Flash. But Batwoman?! I’m not sure that’s a great comparison.
Yeah, what’s up with that?! They show previews for Doom Patrol, and did so for Titans and (correct me if I’m wrong) Harley Quinn!
I know, it’s kind of lame. Someone made a decision somewhere along the way that previews counted as spoilers, despite the fact that tv shows have been showing “next time on” for our entire lives. Silly gooses!
I watch Stargirl on DCU due to early access, controlling when I can watch it, and the faster pace. I then check on the commercial for next episode.
Stargirl on DCU: no edits for time/content or commercial breaks, available earlier and in 4K as well.
Stargirl on The CW: Edited, plenty of commercials, available later and not in 4K.
Doom Patrol on DCU: Seasons 1 and 2 in 4K.
Doom Patrol on HBO Max: HD-only, as HBO Max doesn’t feature 4K functionality (yet).
DCU also has the source material for both shows, “Get to Know…” collections, Watch-Alongs, and Q&A’s with talent from each show, whereas The CW and HBO Max only have the episodes.
Winnah, winnah: DCU.