HBO Max’s Kevin Reilly Promises Highest Production Value for Upcoming DC Max Shows

With HBO Max set to launch tomorrow, Chief Content Officer Kevin Reilly has promised DC fans the highest level production value for their upcoming DC projects.

The streaming service has already announced a Green Lantern show and a Justice League Dark show – with J.J. Abrams at the helm – are in the works. And Reilly has told fans to expect the highest level of production value for the shows.

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP/REX/Shutterstock (9677735am) TBS and TNT president and chief creative officer Turner Entertainment Kevin Reilly attend the Turner Networks 2018 Upfront at One Penn Plaza, in New York Turner Networks 2018 Upfront, New York, USA – 16 May 2018

In an interview with the Business Insider, Reilly spoke about the upcoming projects, promising they would be nothing like the Arrowverse shows currently airing on The CW.

“Greg – Berlanti, who is producing a Green Lantern series for Max – has done a lot of really quality DC fare for The CW. These will not be that.

“These will be next step up in production value. You can expect the highest level of cinematic production values on those shows, and that’s the same for the projects we’ve announced with J.J. (Abrams).”

With Zack Snyder’s Snydercut and season two of DC Universe’s Doom Patrol also set to stream on HBO Max, the streaming service will be attracting the eyes of many DC fans, many of whom will be holding Reilly to his word.

Published by Comic Book Complex

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