Greg Berlanti is continuing to ride the DC train with two new series. After the success of shows like “Arrow”, “The Flash”, and “Titans”, Berlanti is ready to tackle new DC properties with Green Lantern and Strange Adventures. The development of these two shows will be made for WarnerMedia’s upcoming streaming platform HBO Max.

Berlanti discussed the landscape of his two new projects in a press release. As reported by Polygon, Berlanti said the new Green Lantern series “promises to be our biggest DC show ever made” and confirmed that the show would partially take place in space. 

WarnerMedia hasn’t revealed the title of the series but described it as a “Green Lantern inspired series,” as noted by TVLine. It’s uncertain if the series would deviate from the Green Lantern mythology or focus on other characters like Hal Jordan or John Stewart. Whatever the case may be, this would be something huge for DC after the financial and critical disappointment of the Green Lantern film that was released in 2011. 

The second series Berlanti is developing is based on the DC Comics property Strange Adventures. Described as an anthology series, Berlanti said the show would be “cautionary tales set in a world where superpowers exist.” Berlanti will be an executive producer on both series working with Sarah Schechter (“Arrow”, “Supergirl”, “The Flash”) and showrunner John Stephens (“Gotham”).

This isn’t Berlanti’s first rodeo developing shows for a streaming service. The producer has also worked with DC’s first streaming platform DC Universe on adaptations of “Titans” and “Doom Patrol” as well as the upcoming series “Stargirl”. Berlanti managed to find success in DC with his shows “Arrow”, “The Flash”, “Supergirl”, “Legends of Tomorrow”, and the newest series “Batwoman” on The CW, which is dubbed the “Arrowverse” for their connective world on the network. 

HBO Max is expected to launch both shows in spring 2020.

Greg Berlanti Greg Berlanti — the man behind The CW’s “Arrow,” “The Flash,” “Supergirl” and “Legends of Tomorrow” — is pictured at The Paley Center For Media's 33rd Annual PaleyFest at the Dolby Theatre on March 13, 2016 in Hollywood, Calif. Photo: Getty Images/Amanda Edwards