A Swamp Thing Revival Series Rumoured To Be In The Works For The CW

Swamp Thing’s first trailer is here and it’s scary

It’s being rumoured that a Swamp Thing revival is now in the works at Warner Bros. Television for The CW which would be interesting.

This rumour comes courtesy of Geekosity which claimed that Warner Bros. is seriously thinking of bringing the show back.

It originally aired on DC Universe and was cancelled even before it had finished its first season.

We didn’t even get to watch the entire first season of this show which was developed by James Wan.

He later expressed his shock and sadness upon hearing the news that Warner Bros. Television had opted to cancel the show.

I found it to be a very odd decision, especially given how well it was being received by fans and critics alike.

However, the main issue was that it was very difficult to find if you didn’t live in the US and weren’t a DC Universe (RIP) subscriber.

Swamp Thing could be making a comeback to The CW

Swamp Thing Revival Series

Credit: Warner Bros. Television

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That said, according to this new report, The CW could be interested in bringing the show back.

This is particularly strange because the show was initially going to air on The CW to begin with.

Honestly, I’m not totally convinced that The CW is the best place for a show like Swamp Thing.

The show needs to be more adult than the sorts of shows on The CW.

That’s probably one of the reasons why it didn’t air on the channel to begin with and was released on DC Universe instead.

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Would you like to see Swamp Thing return?

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