Doom Patrol (2019– )
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After a severe accident, Cliff Steele wakes up, a changed man, in the house of Dr. Niles Caulder and his Doom Patrol.


Glen Winter


Arnold Drake (based on the characters created for DC by), Bob Haney (based on the characters created for DC by) | 5 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Diane Guerrero ... Crazy Jane
April Bowlby ... Rita Farr / Elasti-Girl
Alan Tudyk ... Eric Morden / Mr. Nobody
Matt Bomer ... Larry Trainor / Negative Man
Brendan Fraser ... Cliff Steele / Robotman
Timothy Dalton ... Niles Caulder / Chief
Riley Shanahan ... Robotman
Matthew Zuk ... Negative Man
Julie McNiven ... Sheryl Trainor
Julian Richings ... Heinrich Von Fuchs
Kyle Clements ... John Bowers
Alan Heckner ... Bump Weathers
Sydney Kowalske ... Clara Steele
Ashley Dougherty ... Giselle
Katie Gunderson ... Kate Steele


The Doom Team - tired of being stuck in Doom Manor - decides to visit the local town while The Chief is away. However, this seemingly harmless field trip leads to some grave consequences, including an encounter with the mysterious and powerful Mr. Nobody.

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Did You Know?


At one point Robotman (voiced by Brendan Fraser) is wearing a Motörhead shirt. Not only did the band provide music for the movie Airheads (1994), which stars Brendan Fraser, but Motörhead singer/bassist, Lemmy Kilmister, also had a cameo in it. See more »


Eric Morden: Ready for a story about super heroes? Ugh, more TV superheroes, just what the world needs. Be honest, have you hung yourself yet? Or what if I told you this was actually a story about super zeroes, losers, achingly pathetic meta-human goose eggs. How about it? Ready to feel better about your own miserable lives for the next hour or so? Follow me.
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Referenced in Doom Patrol: Therapy Patrol (2019) See more »


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Written by Brian Connolly, Steve Priest, Andy Scott, Mick Tucker
Performed by Sweet
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16 February 2019 | by theunleashedgamrSee all my reviews

I was so so excited coming into this show, the trailer released yesterday was the best trailer for tv show I've ever seen. Now. This pilot may be one of my fav pilots of any show! An absolutely fantastic episode to start off this show. It does not start with humour as you'd expect, it goes very deep into backstories but besides that, there are multiple aspects of humour which is handled very well. The performances are also fantastic, especially from Brendan Fraiser who really captures the character very well. All performances are great. The budget seems to be much higher than titans had, the effects, set design and the tone of the show feels very high budgeted. I do advise not watching this with family in the room, there is nudity and sex a few minutes in and another scene half way through the episode. Overall, a amazing start to this show with incredible potential. I'd rate this 9.8/10

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15 February 2019 (USA) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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