When it was announced earlier this year that the live action Titans show would be moving from TNT to DC’s own streaming service, not much had been revealed regarding the project. However, thanks to a new report from Deadline, we now know that the first season of Titans will consist of thirteen episodes.
In its write-up covering producer Akiva Goldsman’s move to Paramount, the site revealed that the series, which he will be producing alongside Geoff Johns and Greg Berlanti, has been set for a thirteen episode commitment and will help launch DC’s new digital platform. The pilot for Titans will be co-written by Goldsman and Johns, with the series set around “a group of young soon-to-be superheroes recruited from every corner of the DC Universe.”
As of right now, the only confirmed members to appear in the series are Dick Grayson (presumably as Nightwing), Starfire and Raven, with Beast Boy seemingly also in the mix if a tweet from Johns is anything to go by. Although filming is said to begin in September, none of the roles appear to have been cast as of yet.
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Titans will be executive produced by Johns, Goldsman, Berlanti and Sarah Schechter (Arrow, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, Supergirl). The series will air on Warner Bros.’ new DC Comics-branded digital platform that will launch in 2018. No official release date has been announced.
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