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Cartoon Network’s 2003 ‘Teen Titans’ Series’ Return Is Possible

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Cartoon Network’s 2003 ‘Teen Titans’ Series’ Return Is Possible

While DC World is gearing up for the launch of Titans, the DC Universe web series and Teen Titans GO! To the Movies, fans of the original series are still hoping for a revival of Cartoon Network’s iconic Teen Titans. Fans must know that there is still hope and the previous version of the DC Comics-based series can still return. However, the future of the series depends on the success of the upcoming movie.

Teen Titan star Tara Strong, who voices Raven in her both incarnations, made the big revelation during an interaction with a fan on Twitter. What she said left fans surprised. In her post, she revealed that Teen Titans could return with Season 6, exactly where they left off.

“WOW. Just so y’all know…at a movie session today, they told us that if the #TTGO movie kicks all butts they would do our show at the same time as #Season6 …FOR REALS! So go see it! Even if you hate us!!” Tara Strong wrote in her reply to a fan’s artwork.

Teen Titans Go! To the Movies is an upcoming superhero movie based on television series of the same name. Scott Menville, Hynden Walch, Khary Payton, Tara Strong, and Greg Cipes reprise their roles as the voice stars for Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy respectively.

The first time Teen Titans came to life on television was in Cartoon Network’s most critically acclaimed 2003 series, based on Marv Wolfman and George Pérez’s 1980s comic book series titled “New Teen Titans.” The show ran for five seasons and unexpectedly wrapped up with a series finale in September 2006. Ever since fans have been hoping to see the revival of the series.

Speaking at WonderCon in Anaheim, California, Teen Titans GO! Producer Michael Jelenic said that the return of the original series was “almost guaranteed” as quoted from a tweet. Fans can check it out below.

Teen Titans GO! To the Movies is scheduled for theatrical release on July 27.

Source: Tara Strong




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