In a week that is full of what is obsessed with Disney+, there are some news that slipped under the wire. For fans of the struggling DC Universe streaming service, Titans has been renewed for a season three. The renewal comes just after the series completed its second season of 13-episodes. Titans season three has been the only series that received renewals immediately.
It took months before DC Universe decided to renew Doom Patrol after its initial season. The only other series to see swift action in regards to its longevity was the short-lived Swamp Thing that was cancelled after immediately debuting its first episode.
Variety is reporting that Titans season three will debut in the fall of 2020, which places it on a yearly schedule. Another question will be if the series will solely remain on its DC Universe service solely, or like Doom Patrol, be shared on the upcoming HBO Max, which will be available when their third season begins.
In season two, Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites), Rachel Roth aka Raven (Teagan Croft), Kory Anders aka Starfire (Anna Diop), Gar Logan aka Beast Boy (Ryan Potter), Hank Hall and Dawn Granger aka Hawk (Alan Ritchson) and Dove (Minka Kelly), Donna Troy aka Wonder Girl (Conor Leslie), and Jason Todd aka Robin (Curran Walters) – are learning to co-exist as a new team while facing their toughest enemy yet, the deadly assassin Deathstroke (Esai Morales). With the addition of Bruce Wayne and Super Boy gave the series bigger scope in its second season.
As far as Titans season three is concerned, there is no new news as to who will be involved, aside from the core cast. Much less, who will be the baddie for the season. After struggling in its first season, Titans has proven to be a solid show that seems to have some serious legs. Upcoming DCU shows include the live-action Stargirl, which is expected to launch early 2020, and the animated series “Harley Quinn” with Kaley Cuoco will launch Nov. 29.