4 Seasons | 40 Episodes | TV-MA
DC’s unlikeliest group of heroes, the Doom Patrol, are ready to save the world… kind of. After suffering horrific accidents that gave them superhuman abilities, Cliff/Robotman, Larry/Negative Man, Rita/Elasti-Woman, Jane/Crazy Jane, and Vic/Cyborg were each left scarred, disfigured, and ostracized – until mad scientist Dr. Niles Caulder brings the outcasts together to treat and protect them. Gritty and irreverent, Doom Patrol follows this part support group, part superhero team as they take on evil, otherworldly forces determined to destroy humankind – even if it wants nothing to do with them.
Fun Size Patrol
As Larry tends to a miniaturized Doom Patrol, Jane and Cliff learn about the enigma that is Dorothy. Meanwhile, Rita seeks Vic’s help in maximizing her abilities and Niles makes a huge sacrifice in an effort to enlarge his shrunken “friends.”
Cliff, Jane, and Rita pursue Dr. Tyme, and his time-altering space mineral, in their reluctant quest to help Niles and Dorothy. At a support group, Vic meets Roni, a feisty military vet who challenges his beliefs. Larry comes face-to-face with his past at a funeral.
In the wake of a terrifying omen, Niles and Rita enter the interdimensional palace of the infamous Red Jack, who feeds on pain and has taken Larry prisoner. Jane is called to The Underground to receive an ultimatum, while her physical body travels to Florida with Cliff, who’s eager to prove he’s a good father. Back at the manor, Dorothy’s game of hide and seek ends badly.
When the Dannyzens throw a massive party at Doom Manor to resuscitate Danny the Brick, Dorothy longs to join the festivities and experience life as a grown-up. As the party rages on, Rita asks Flex Mentallo to help unleash her full potential, which has some dangerously racy consequences.
Dorothy finally finds a friend in Baby Doll, until playtime goes awry. Cliff discovers that Niles plans to give him human-like upgrades. Vic devises a plan to win Roni back. After Rita has a lousy audition, Larry brings her along to meet his family and learns more about the life he left behind.
Larry is tasked with handling Niles’ old research team when the ageless aeronauts return from space. As Niles and Cliff set out to find a missing Dorothy, a funeral in The Underground occupies Jane’s mind. Meanwhile, Vic discovers a curious connection between Roni and S.T.A.R. Labs, and Rita finds that her role in an upcoming community theater production hits too close to home.
Miranda helps protect the Doom Patrol from some truly terrible ideas after a mysterious package arrives at Doom Manor. Rita’s visit to the Cloverton beekeeper leads her to confront her lingering mommy issues. While on his way back to the manor, Cliff ends up stuck on the side of the road, literally. Niles heads north to find Dorothy’s mother.
Determined to prove her worth in The Underground, Jane brings Larry to rural Arkansas to help her retrieve an invaluable item. Niles organizes a special day for Dorothy, who hides a personal development from her declining father. Cliff gives father-daughter bonding with Clara his best shot, while Rita embraces her superhero status as "The Beekeeper" and Vic is forced to confront the real Roni.
Before they can save the world from The Candlemaker, the Doom Patrol must first confront their childhood imaginary friends. Meanwhile, Jane reflects on the first time that Miranda became primary, and Dorothy must make a fateful choice.
After Dorothy and the Candlemaker’s ultimate showdown, the Doom Patrol confront various troubling complications from being freed of their wax encasings. Entrusting Rita with a secret she may not be ready to handle, Niles is then pursued by a mysterious woman from his past.
As the Doom Patrol struggle to process a devastating loss, Rita rallies the group for a much-needed vacation. Concerned for her father and the safety of her family, Clara tries to convince Cliff to get checked out. Just as the team attempts to unwind, a dangerous player suddenly finds himself closer than ever to his longtime target.
After waking up in the tunnel of souls, Jane, Cliff, Rita, and Vic are thrust into their own personal purgatories, where they encounter foundational people from their pasts. Later, Dorothy and Larry consult a highly specialized detective agency to bring back their friends.
Rattled by the unexpected complications of being “undead,” the Doom Patrol are inspired to better themselves. But their efforts are soon disrupted by the return of a former adversary and the sudden appearance of a mysterious woman, who arrives by way of an even more enigmatic time machine.
After receiving vital information about her past, an out of sorts Madame Rouge grapples with her future, enlisting the Doom Patrol for a mission that thrusts them deep into a perplexing society. As the rest of the team attempts to infiltrate their target, Rita discovers a surprising connection to Rouge at home.
After the time machine deposits her in 1917 with a very specific note, Rita finds herself working at the Bureau of Normalcy, where she connects with an oddly familiar group. Back at the manor, Jane facilitates Kay’s first taste of freedom, and Larry has an epiphany while caring for his son.
While Jane takes on the “others” for Kay, Vic consults an old friend about a major life change, Cliff takes his online habits from bad to worse, and Larry’s tumor reveals itself. Amid the mounting chaos, Madame Rouge attempts to rally the group against impending doom.
While the fog obscures more than just the air, Vic, Cliff, Jane, and Larry are forced to relive their most shameful moments until a breakthrough is reached, and Rita begins to piece together Madame Rouge’s complex history.
Kay and Victor connect while Clara broaches a difficult subject with Cliff. Following her confrontation with Rita, Madame Rouge attempts to get back in the Brotherhood of Evil’s good graces, forcing the Doom Patrol to reckon with the growing target on their backs.
With the Brotherhood of Evil closing in, and overwhelmed by a sense of déjà vu, the Doom Patrol must set aside past burdens to become the superhero team they truly are – or risk being taken out for good.
Struggling to find their footing, the Doom Patrol begin to question their leadership, further driving a wedge between two members. As he continues his quest for happiness, Vic and his father Silas present Cliff with a meaningful upgrade. Then, the team is confronted by a horrifying realization in the future.
Desperate to reverse their grim future, the Doom Patrol strategize ways to wipe out the zombie butts. As Larry tries to figure out what’s wrong with Keeg, Cliff and Madame Rouge go rogue, while Vic and Jane go undercover.
As the Doom Patrol regroup under their newly chosen leadership, Rita receives an oddly prescient invitation to a career retrospective. While the absence of Keeg and Kay leave Larry and Jane feeling purposeless, Vic attempts to reconnect with his old crew – to mixed results.
When Danny is invaded, and the safety of everyone housed within is suddenly at risk, Dorothy calls on Space Case to defend against the evil Torminox. But when his fleet proves too powerful, Dorothy is forced to summon the most powerful “friend” in her arsenal.
As the rise of Immortus looms, the Doom Patrol team with Willoughby to prevent the end of the world. But when Rita awakens horrifyingly aged, a mishandled spell turns the team into teenagers. Meanwhile, Larry’s search for Keeg leads to a catastrophic confrontation.
With most of their longevities now stolen and the end of existence imminent, Jane becomes determined to seize her greatest desire, as Madame Rouge and Rita travel back to where it all began – the Bureau. Meanwhile, Larry fights his way back after being cut from reality, Cliff manifests Rory in the most peculiar way, and Vic teams with Deric in another dimension.