A lot is riding on Titans, the first of several original shows for DC Universe. The series is also the first live action incarnation of the Teen Titans team, while it will take a far more mature tone than your usual DC show. However, DC is clearly confident in the series, to the point where it has already been renewed.
At New York Comic-Con last night, DC announced that Titans has been renewed for a second season. This comes one week before the show officially premieres on DC Universe. Producer Geoff Johns confirmed at the panel that season two has been mapped out, and they already know what characters and story will be involved. He specifically says that Marv Wolfman – writer of The New Teen Titans and co-creator of Deathstroke – will be happy with the second season.
As for new characters, Johns previously said that Superboy and Lex Luthor will eventually appear on the show. It’s also expected that Cyborg will join the team in season two, after his debut on Doom Patrol. But ultimately, the Teen Titans has a lot of fan-favorite members throughout its history, so hopefully, the series will take advantage of that.
Meanwhile, DC has dropped a final trailer for Titans, which you can check out below.
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