While DC Universe’s flagship series Titans is still a week away from its debut on the streaming service, it has already been renewed for a second season. In fact, executive producer Akiva Goldsman has confirmed that the show has plans for at least three seasons. The news comes just hours after Titans made its world premiere at the New York Comic Con.
During an interview with ComicBook.com at New York Comic Con, Goldsman explained that from the very beginning they discussed plans on not just the first season, but three seasons.
“In early days we kind of grossly discussed the first three season just in very large blocks and obviously with serialized television what’s great these days is you can do setups and payoffs at least within the season and there are also some that we hope will be able to pay off next season,” Goldsman said.
Titans is being touted as first “R-rated” mainstream superhero series that brings some popular DC Comics characters from the animated series world to live-action. The series focuses on the Detroit detective Dick Grayson (the grown-up Robin) as he comes out of Batman’s shadow and leads a band of new teen superheroes.
Titans will see the superhero group including Dick Grayson/ Robin (Brenton Thwaites), Rachel Roth/ Raven (Teagan Croft), Koriand’r/ Starfire (Anna Diop), and Garfield Logan/ Beast Boy (Ryan Potter) trying to stop a demonic evil threatening the world.
The other cast members include Alan Ritchson as Hawk, Minka Kelly as Dove, Lindsey Gort, April Bowlby, Jale Michaels, Bruno Bichir, Dwain Murphy, and Seamus Dever. The series is being produced by Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti, and Akiva Goldsman.
The first episode of Titans will premiere on DC Universe on Friday, October 12. The first season comprises of 12 episodes which will air weekly. The show will be available for streaming on Netflix in international markets.
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