The Best Time Travel Movies and TV Shows on DC Universe
Finding a good Time Travel movie and TV show to watch can be hard, so we've ranked the best ones and included where to watch them. Check out our list of the best Time Travel movies and TV shows of all time streaming on DC Universe.
1. Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox
What it's about: When time travel allows a past wrong to be righted for The Flash and his family, the ripples of the event prove disastrous as a fractured, alternate reality now exists where a Justice League never formed, and even Superman is nowhere to be found. Teaming with a grittier, more violent Dark Knight and Cyborg, Flash races to restore the continuity of his original timeline while this new world is ravaged by a fierce war between Wonder Woman's Amazons and Aquaman’s Atlanteans.
Where to Watch: Available to stream on a subscription service (DC Universe) & rent or buy from $3.99 on 7 services (iTunes, Google Play & 5 others).
2. Justice League vs. the Fatal Five
What it's about: The Justice League faces a powerful new threat — the Fatal Five! Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman seek answers as the time-traveling trio of Mano, Persuader and Tharok terrorize Metropolis in search of budding Green Lantern, Jessica Cruz. With her unwilling help, they aim to free remaining Fatal Five members Emerald Empress and Validus to carry out their sinister plan. But the Justice League has also discovered an ally from another time in the peculiar Star Boy — brimming with volatile power, could he be the key to thwarting the Fatal Five? An epic battle against ultimate evil awaits!
Where to Watch: Available to stream on a subscription service (DC Universe) & rent or buy from $5.99 on 3 services (iTunes, Microsoft & Vudu).
3. Batman: The Brave and the Bold
What it's about: Batman isn't going at it alone this time! From Warner Bros. Animation comes the latest interpretation of the classic Batman franchise. Our caped crusader is teamed up with heroes from across the DC Universe, delivering nonstop action and adventure with a touch of comic relief. Blue Beetle, Green Arrow, Aquaman and countless others will get a chance to uphold justice alongside Batman. Though still based in Gotham, Batman will frequently find himself outside city limits, facing situations that are both unfamiliar and exhilarating. With formidable foes around every corner, Batman will still rely on his stealth, resourcefulness and limitless supply of cool gadgets to bring justice home.
Where to Watch: 63 episodes (94%) are available to stream on a subscription service (DC Universe). 67 episodes (100%) are available to rent or buy from $0.99 on 8 services (iTunes, Google Play & 6 others).
4. Batman Ninja
What it's about: Gorilla Grodd's time displacement machine transports many of Batman's worst enemies to feudal Japan, along with the Dark Knight and a few of his allies.
Where to Watch: Available to stream on a subscription service (DC Universe) & rent or buy from $3.99 on 8 services (iTunes, Google Play & 6 others).
5. Static Shock
What it's about: The adventures of a teenage superhero who fights crime in Dakota City.
Where to Watch: 50 episodes (96%) are available to stream on a subscription service (DC Universe). 13 episodes (25%) are available to rent or buy from $1.99 on 2 services (iTunes & Prime Video).
6. Legion of Super Heroes
What it's about: Legion of Super Heroes is an American animated television series produced by Warner Bros. Animation that debuted on September 23, 2006, and is based on characters owned by DC Comics. The series centers on a young Superman's adventures in the 31st century, fighting alongside a group of futuristic superheroes known as the Legion of Super-Heroes. The show was produced by its main designer James Tucker, a co-producer of the Justice League Unlimited series, for the Kids' WB line on The CW network.The series drew on the rich history of the Legion of Super-Heroes, taking inspiration from stories set during all time periods of the team's nearly 50-year history in comics. Continuity is internally consistent but is not shared with any previous incarnation of the Legion, either animated or in print. The series was cancelled after its second season.
Where to Watch: 26 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a subscription service (DC Universe). 26 episodes (100%) are available to rent or buy from $1.99 on 5 services (iTunes, Google Play & 3 others).