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'DC Daily' celebrates 400 episodes with special guests Jim Lee and Jurnee Smollett

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‘DC Daily’ celebrates 400 episodes with special guests Jim Lee and Jurnee Smollett

The episode will air on DC Universe tomorrow April 23rd!

Press Release

“DC Daily” is going big this week for its milestone 400th episode with DC Chief Creative Officer and Publisher Jim Lee and Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn star Jurnee Smollett (Black Canary) joining in on the fun! Set to air on DC UNIVERSE this Thursday, April 23, the landmark episode will also feature a “DC Daily” trivia game with DC trivia master Alex Jaffee.

“From the very beginning, our goal has been to be there for our fans – for early looks, for in-real-life events, for access and conversation with talent, for just the fun of being a DC fan,” explained Sam Ades, SVP and General Manager, DC UNIVERSE. “We’re thrilled to be sharing this milestone with the fans who made it possible.”

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The 400th episode on DC UNIVERSE will debut this Thursday at 9:00 am PT. Plus, at 5:00 pm PT, fans can join the entire cast of “DC Daily” in a LIVE Q&A, featuring Amy Dallen, Sam Humphries, Samm Levine, Tiffany Smith, & Clarke Wolfe! Join the DC UNIVERSE community page to them anything about their journey, their favorites, and their fandom.

Offering an unprecedented look inside the world of DC, the original web series first premiered on September 15, 2019. Featuring a team of hosts and regular first looks and exclusives, each episode offers news, discussions, announcements, interviews and much more. Filmed on the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, CA, “DC Daily” airs five-days-a-week on DC UNIVERSE.


DC UNIVERSE is a first-of-its-kind digital subscription service that fans can join today to stream highly-acclaimed original series, watch animated and live-action films and series, and read more than 23,000 digital comic books that span 80 years of iconic stories.  It is a membership like no other, designed for DC fans, an experience in video, comics and community that provides a shared place to gather around all things DC. With exclusive member rewards and merchandise, an exclusive daily DC news show and a thriving community fans can watch, read, shop, connect and explore like never before for only $7.99 per month or $74.99 annually (plus taxes, where applicable). DC UNIVERSE is available in the U.S. on, Amazon Tablets and Fire TV, Android, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromebook, iOS, the Roku platform, Xbox One as well as the web and mobile web. To learn more and purchase today, visit and follow DC UNIVERSE on social networks including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. DC UNIVERSE is not intended for children.

DC is one of the largest English-language publishers of comics and graphic novels in the world and home to some of the most iconic and recognizable characters ever created. As a creative unit of WarnerMedia, DC is charged with strategically integrating its stories and characters across film, television, consumer products, home entertainment, interactive games, and the DC Universe digital subscription service. For more information visit and

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