DC Universe releases 'Titans' second trailer and fans couldn't be more excited
'Titans' will be the first TV series to stream on the DC Universe streaming service which can be accessed by US residents only. However, it will also be streamed on Netflix as well
After launching its streaming service about a month ago, ‘DC Universe’ is finally seeing its first series ‘Titans’ being released soon. There is much anticipation about what this part of the DC Universe brings to the table.
"Are you sure it's him?" The second trailer talks of the 'missing' Robin. Eagle-eyed fans are already getting down to dissecting it in every way possible including the looks of Beastboy, Starfire and Raven.
'Titans' will be introducing the character of Jason Todd, portrayed by Curran Walters, into live-action, while Dick Grayson, played by Brenton Thwaites, is a police detective in the same city and is playing the character of Robin. The fans of DC can catch ‘Titans’ at the World Premiere taking place on Wednesday, October 3 at the New York Comic Con. It will be followed by a panel including Walters, Thwaites, Minka Kelly, Alan Ritchson, and the series’ executive producers.
'Titans' will be the first TV series to stream on the DC Universe streaming service which can be accessed by US residents only. However, the International audience need not fret as Netflix has also acquired streaming rights to the series.
Here's the official description of the premiere and panel according to Comicbook: "Warner Bros. Television highly anticipated, live-action dramatic adventure series, Titans will be the first original series to launch on the upcoming DC UNIVERSE, the first-of-its-kind digital subscription service that gives fans access to exclusive content and experiences not available anywhere else. But before its October 12 debut on the DC UNIVERSE service, Titans will serve as the kickoff event for New York Comic Con 2018, with an exclusive world premiere screening on Wednesday night, followed by a Q&A session with series stars and executive producers."
After the first episode is shown on DC Universe, the makers have decided to release a new episode every week, unlike the others who opt to do it in bulk.