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DC Superhero Series Powerless Heads to HOOQ


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SINGAPORE: Asian streaming platform HOOQ is making Warner Bros. Television’s latest DC series Powerless available on HOOQ the same day as its U.S. telecast.

DC fans can now watch a collection of TV series from the DC Universe, including Supergirl, The Flash, Lucifer and Powerless, on HOOQ. All of these shows will be available on the same day as their U.S. broadcast.

Powerless is the first comedy series set within the world of the DC Universe. It follows the adventures of Emily Locke (Vanessa Hudgens) as director of research and development at Wayne Security, a subsidiary of Wayne Enterprises, based in Charm City, which specializes in products for ordinary humans who are poised to be victims of the battles between superheroes and super villains. The series also stars Danny Pudi, Christina Kirk, Ron Funches and Alan Tudyk. From Warner Bros. Television, the show airs on NBC in the U.S. and is distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. International Television Distribution. It is executive produced by Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker, Len Goldstein and Dean Lorey.

“It has been an exciting start of the year for us here at HOOQ with some of the best DC TV series all available on our platform, many of them exclusively,” said Krishnan Rajagopalan, the chief content officer of HOOQ. “With the addition of Powerless, which is a delightful tongue-in-cheek comedy set in the DC Universe, our fans can now look forward to same day as U.S. telecast of yet another DC series right here on HOOQ! It has always been our goal to provide the best entertainment for our customers and we will be adding much more amazing content this year!”



About Sara Alessi

Sara Alessi is the associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at salessi@worldscreen.com.

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