The Live-Action TITANS TV Series From WB And DC Entertainment Will Not Be At SDCC
WB and DC Entertainment have confirmed the TV shows they're bringing to this year's SDCC and the live-action Teen Titans series set to debut on the DC Universe streaming platform is a notable absence.
- The Flash
- DC's Legends of Tomorrow
- Black Lightning
- Young Justice: Outsiders
The live-action Titans series that was thought to be a flagship title for the DC Universe streaming platform is conspicuously absent. Developed by Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, and Greg Berlanti, Titans was previously confirmed to premiere some time in 2018. The show's apparent lack of a presence at SDCC now paints a cloudier future.
Originally in development at TNT back in 2014, the network passed on the project. It was subsequently resurrected in April 2017 for the new DC Entertainment digital streaming service.
Brenton Thwaites stars as the lead character of the show, Dick Grayson aka Robin/Nightwing. Joining him are Anna Diop (Starfire), Teagan Croft (Raven), Ryan Potter (Beast Boy), Alan Ritchson (Hawk), Mika Kelly (Dove), Curran Walter (Jason Todd) and Conor Leslie (Donna Troy).
Previously, details on the Young Justice: Outsider SDCC panel were released by WB, CLICK HERE to read them.
Beast Boy's original superhero family, the Doom Patrol will also appear and will be receiving a spinoff TV series at a later date.
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