If you are also a fan of superhero fiction animation shows, then you must be familiar with DC Comics’ Doom Patrol series. Regarding superhero animation, nothing can beat DC Comics and Marvel Comics. This article will be helpful for superhero fiction animation fans since we have some information about DC Comics, which we are going to provide you through this article.
If you are not familiar with the Doom Patrol series yet, then don’t worry, we will start the article with some introductory lines. DC Comics Doom Patrol is one of the most popular animated superhero series, which is made on characters of the same name. The original comic was published in June 1963. Later on, the comedic version of the program was developed and conceived by Arnold Drake and Bob Haney, which has illustrator Bruno Premiani. The show has been executively produced by Jeremy Carver, Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Chris Dingess, and Tamara Becher-Wilkinson.
We can count Doom Patrol as the leading series. Later on, Doom Patrol also adapted into a media version of the show since it gained huge popularity in the comics world. The basic premise of the show revolves around a group of people who have been endowed with superpowers, as well as alienation and trauma.
The first season of Doom Patrol was released on 15 February 2019. It has received a huge appreciation from the viewers which made the developers renew the series for more seasons. As of now, Doom Patrol has four seasons in total.
The fans of Doom Patrol are now looking for the fifth season and want to know more about it. We understand your excitement, so here we are with all the details regarding Doom Patrol Season 5. The article will provide you such details as when Doom Patrol Season 5 is coming? What is the storyline of Doom Patrol Season 5? Is there any trailer available for Doom Patrol Season 5? Which characters are expected to return for Doom Patrol Season 5? What is the streaming platform of Doom Patrol Season 5, and many more.
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Doom Patrol Season 5 Release Date
Doom Patrol Season 1 debuted on February 15, 2019, and ended on May 24, 2019. Later, Doom Patrol has come back for three more seasons. The latest season of Doom Patrol has been divided into two parts. The first part of Doom Patrol Season 4 was released on December 8, 2022, and is going to conclude on January 5, 2023, while the second part is yet to be out. The fans are already looking for the fifth season. However, the makers have not confirmed Doom Patrol Season 5 yet. It might get some time since the fifth season is still running.
Doom Patrol Season 5 Storyline
The story for the fifth season cannot be predicted for now. But we can remain assured that it will continue from where Season 4 will end.
One thing that will remain the same will be the producers – Gunn and Safran. Now talking about the main storyline, there is a possibility that Peacemaker or Harley Quinn would contribute to the overall progress of the plot.
For now, we cannot confirm anything regarding the plot and everything is just speculation. More details shall be updated once they are officially revealed.
Doom Patrol Season 5 Characters
As of the article’s writing, there are no details available regarding the characters since it is not confirmed yet. If it gets renewed, the expected characters include Diane Guerrero as Jane, April Bowlby as Rita Farr, Alan Tudyk as Eric Morden, Matt Bomer and Matthew Zuk as Larry Trainor, Brendan Fraser, and Riley Shanahan as Cliff Steele, Timothy Dalton as Niles Caulder, Joivan Wade as Victor “Vic” Stone, Skye Roberts as Kay Challis, Michelle Gomez as Laura De Mille, and many more are there.
Doom Patrol Season 5 Trailer
Unfortunately, there is no trailer or teaser available for Doom Patrol Season 5 since it is not confirmed yet. Until Doom Patrol Season 5 gets confirmed, you can watch out for the trailer of Doom Patrol Season 4 to get a glimpse of the show.
Where To Watch Doom Patrol Season 5 Online?
The first season was released on DC Universe followed by the second on DC Universe alongside HBO Max. The remaining two seasons were released only on HBO Max.