That means that starting with season two, the superhero series will no longer be available on DC Universe, where it currently streams in addition to airing on The CW.
During its season two-run, the series will air exclusively on The CW broadcast network first, and will be available the next day on The CW app and free, ad-supported streaming platforms.
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No premiere date has been set yet for season two.
In the meantime, season one of “DC’s Stargirl” will continue on as usual, streaming first on Mondays on DC Universe and airing Tuesdays at 8/7c on The CW.
Next season, the series will effectively become a CW original, having the same broadcast and streaming arrangement as The CW’s “Batwoman” or “Nancy Drew.