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‘Titans’ Series Got A Warm Reception At NYCC, First Reactions Are Out!

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‘Titans’ Series Got A Warm Reception At NYCC, First Reactions Are Out!

With the world premiere of DC Universe’s Titans at the ongoing New York Comic Con event, some lucky attendees got a chance to watch the first two episodes of the live-action superhero series focusing on Robin, Starfire, Raven, and Beast Boy.

The first reactions on the upcoming series have already started pouring in on social media. Well, almost all the reactions are pretty positive, so, there are already enough reasons to watch the Titans show when it premieres next week.

You can check out the reactions in the tweets below.

Notably, DC Universe’s Titans has already been renewed for a second season even before its premiere. Executive producer Geoff Johns announced the renewal news during the DC Universe New York Comic Con panel. Nothing much about the upcoming season was announced other than its existence.

That shows the faith that DC Universe has in the show and this amazing cast and the property,” Johns said. “To be able to get a get a Season 2 greenlit now means we can just get in the room and keep talking about these crazy ideas.”

Johns said that storylines and characters are already planned for the second season.

We know [the plot of] Season 2 already,” Johns teased. “We actually know all the characters in Season 2. We know the story of Season 2. Marv Wolfman will be very happy when we do Season 2.”

Johns’ fellow executive producer Akiva Goldsman also confirmed that the show has plans for at least three seasons. Goldsman said that from the very beginning they have discussed plans on not just the first season, but three seasons.

The “R-rated” Titans follows Robin, aka Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites), after he leaves Batman and Gotham behind to live his own life. But, the situation forces Grayson to come together with superheroes Rachel Roth/ Raven (Teagan Croft), Koriand’r/ Starfire (Anna Diop), and Garfield Logan/ Beast Boy (Ryan Potter) in order to stop a demonic evil threatening the world.

Titans will premiere on DC Universe on Friday, October 12.

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