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Everything you need to know about Titans Season 3 on HBO Max
Fans of the DC Comics superhero team TV show Titans had to wait almost two years between the end of season two and the launch of Titans season three.
Here’s all the info you will need about Titans Season three on its new streaming home, HBO Max. We also look ahead to the future of the series and the upcoming Titans season four.
You can sign up for HBO Max at the link below, for as low as $9.99 a month (with ads).
What is Titans, anyway?
The series is based loosely on The New Teen Titans DC Comic book originally created by writer Marv Wolfman and artist George Perez. The TV series was developed by Akiva Goldsman, Greg Berlanti, and Geoff Johns, the latter of which actually wrote a popular run of the DC Comics Titans comic book.
As with the comic, the TV series centers on Dick Grayson as Robin (played by Brenton Thwaites), who is now fighting crime on his own, apart from his one-time partner and mentor Batman. When the first trailer for the series dropped, it created quite a stir on the internet as Robin, after taking out a gang of thugs, says, “F*** Batman.”
The series chronicles the formation of a new Titans superhero group after a previous incarnation disbanded before the events of the TV show. Besides Robin, the new Titans group consists of alien solar energy being Koriand’r “Starfire” (Anna Diop), shapeshifter Garfield “Beast Boy” Logan (Ryan Potter), empath Rachel “Raven” Roth (Teagan Croft), and Donna “Wonder Girl” Troy (Conor Leslie). Other superheroes who join the team include Jason Todd, the next Robin (Curran Walters), along with the duo Hawk and Dove (Alan Ritchson and Minka Kelly), and “Connor” a superpowered clone of Superman and Lex Luthor (Joshua Orpin).
Titans season 1
The first two seasons show the Titans trying to help Raven fight off her evil demon father Trigon as he attempts to take over the world.
Titans season 2
The second season saw the team confronting the skilled assassin Deathstroke (Esai Morales), while Dick Grayson fully takes on his new superhero identity of Nightwing. It also showed us a look at an older and retired (as Batman) Bruce Wayne, played by Iain Glen.
Titans season 3
The latest season sees the Titans confronting a new and deadly vigilante in Gotham City called the Red Hood. This character might have very close ties to a previous Titans member. We are also introduced to Barbara Gordon (Savannah Welch), who is now the Gotham City Police Commissioner.
When and where can I watch Titans Season 3?
Season 3 of the show debuted on August 12, 2021.
Titans is an HBO Max original series, so the series is available exclusively on that platform.
Titans season three rolled out weekly. The first three episodes dropped at once on August 12. After that, each of the remaining 10 episodes was released one at a time on Thursdays.
The finale was available as of October 21, and the entire season is now available to stream.
Wasn’t the show on another streaming service?
Yes, Titans was the first original live-action series for DC Universe, a streaming service devoted to all things DC Comics.
The show ran for two seasons on that service. Due to low subscriber numbers, DC Universe rebranded as a digital comics service called DC Universe Infinite.
While the standalone service wasn’t a huge success, some of the content featured there was. Most of the shows on that service, including Titans, have now transferred to HBO Max, and most are continuing with new episodes.
Will there be a Titans Season 4?
Just before the Titans season three finale, HBO Max announced that the series would be back for a fourth season.
The announcement came at DC FanDome, where the focus was on the season three finale. As such, we know virtually nothing about Titans season four other than that it has been greenlit.
We’ll be sure to bring you any new information about the plot, cast, and release date of Titans season four when we learn more.
Any more new DC Comics-based shows and movies coming to HBO Max?
You bet there are! A ton of new and returning shows will debut, or get new seasons, on the streaming service.
That includes new seasons of Doom Patrol and Harley Quinn, plus all new shows centering on Green Lantern and The Suicide Squad character Peacemaker, among others.