We have a new contender to the streaming content game. DC Daily host Kevin Smith revealed Wednesday night that the DC Universe streaming service will debut on September 15, which also happens to be “Batman Day.”

The streaming service is designed as a one-stop-shop for all things DC, and it’ll allow members to draw from a huge library of TV, film, and comics. Warner Bros. announced the platform last year, which would come with a slate of original live-action and animated shows (as well as a daily news program) to draw viewers to the service.
The first original show, Titans, will premiere at New York Comic Con on October 3rd and will come to the service on the streaming service on October 12th.