DC Universe’s popular flagship live-action series, Titans, finished its first season on DC Universe last year. The series ended with a major cliffhanger leaving fans wondering what’s coming next. Thankfully, fans won’t have to wait much longer to clinch their thirst as Titans season 2 is expected to begin filming in March and wrap up in September.
The makers have reportedly released the first character breakdown for season two of DC’s ‘Titans’. The character breakdown, which surfaced on the Facebook page for Rochester/Finger Lakes Film Commission, calls for a male of Asian or Latino descent, age 21-42, who is hard of hearing or deaf, for the character of Max.
“As a young boy, Max was a kind-hearted soul who never measured up to the expectations of his domineering military father. Bullied by his peers, he retreated even further inward. He’s a misfit who’s always longed for acceptance and love but never found it, always suffering betrayal by those he dared to believe in most. As a result, he’s grown into a young man who now longs to inflict pain on all those who have caused him pain,” the character description reads.
As the casting description hints that the character is the son of a military father, it’s incredibly likely that the character breakdown could be for Jericho. In the comics, Jericho is the son of Slade Wilson/Deathstroke and is ultimately rendered mute by a series of traumatic events. He joined the Titans during Judas Contract to help them save from Deathstroke. The character also appeared sporadically throughout the past two seasons of Arrow, as an assassin named Kane Wolfman.
Titans Season 2 doesn’t have an official release date as of yet. It is expected that the show might be up in October this year if the makers follow the same release pattern as the first season.
The first season of Titans is available to stream on DC Universe.
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