The live-action DC Titans series remains something a mystery, even after announcement of its DC digital home, but we have our first hero. Meet the new Raven, as young star Teagan Croft takes the team’s demonic role.
We don’t wish to alarm you, but you may see some DC superheroes at Comic-Con 2017. Not only have all the CW shows set their plans (including Black Lightning), but everyone from Young Justice to Krypton will be representing with panels and appearances. Get the full details!
The live-action DC Titans got a surprising resurrection with the announcement of a new digital series, but plenty of questions remain. Only three team members were confirmed with the initial announcement, and now DC bosses hint at a fourth that has fans going ape.
We’d been wondering what would become of Young Justice Season 3, to say nothing of DC’s long-defunct live-action Titans series, and now both have been scheduled in one fell swoop. Not only will both arrive in 2018, but Titans and Young Justice: Outsiders will spearhead a new DC-branded digital service.
Given the amount of time passed, no one was exactly surprised to hear that TNT’s Teen Titans adaptation Titans was officially shut down, though many wondered if another network might swoop into rescue the DC drama. Perhaps, according to DC creative boss Geoff Johns, who says “we have plans for Titans.”
No one was exactly surprised to learn that TNT had passed on an adaptation of DC’s Teen Titans under writer Akiva Goldsman, given how little the project had moved forward in recent months. That said, what stopped TNT from getting into the increasingly-crowed TV superhero game?
TNT’s proposed Titans TV series, based on the DC Teen Titans of their namesake, has officially hung up the cape. After years in development, the network confirms it has abandoned development of the Akiva Goldsman led series, leaving DC fans to make do with only Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Gotham, Supergirl …
Now that Upfronts 2015 have thoroughly decided the fate of superhero TV over the next few months, from Legends of Tomorrow’s season order to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s spinoff pullback, at least a few comic-adapted series remain in limbo. In particular, TNT’s proposed Titans series seems somewhat stalled, though producers say the pilot may ramp up production this summer.
It’s been some time since we’ve heard anything on the development of TNT’s proposed ‘Titans’ series, based off the DC Comics Teen Titans, but at last pilot casting may have begun. That said, the leaked lineup for the pilot script may tease some major changes to the comic team, as well as some surprising Batman inclusions.