DC Universe's 'Titans' Season 3 will be a very different show as most storylines will end with Season 2
Once Season 3 comes along, 'Titans' is going to have a blank slate. The truth is, everything that the show has been building over two seasons will end with the Season 2 finale and it'll be a very different show that returns to the DC Universe in 2020.
DC Universe's 'Titans' is yet to complete Season 2, with three more episodes to go and a lot of promises to fulfill but it has already been announced that the show will be returning for a third season in 2020. Despite criticisms, the show's gritty take on the Teen Titans is clearly working for DC Universe. It might not be the best superhero show ever but 'Titans' is a pretty good show with a lot of thought put into costumes, storytelling, and themes.
Right from the beginning of the show, there have been a number of plotlines that 'Titans' has been exploring, number one of which is Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites) transitioning from the Robin identity to the Nightwing one. That transition is yet to happen but it is expected to come about by the end of Season 2 and we're still eagerly waiting to see Thwaites in the iconic black and blue suit.
Season 1 and 2 were basically the same story told over 20 odd episodes but once Season 2 ends, these plotlines are finally going to reach their conclusions. Dick will have finally overcome his identity crisis, Rachel Roth / Raven (Teagan Croft) will hopefully have gained some degree of control over her abilities, and all the other Titans will eventually find it in their hearts to come back together as a team, after having disbanded in Season 2 Episode 9.
Once Season 3 comes along, 'Titans' is going to have a (mostly) clean slate to work with. In all probability, Blackfire (Damaris Lewis) and/or Lex Luthor will serve as antagonists for the upcoming season but that's still just unconfirmed speculation. The truth is, most of what the show has been building over two seasons will end with the Season 2 finale and it'll be a very different show that returns to DC Universe in 2020.
While 'Titans' is a beloved show among fans, it has had its issues that the third season can hopefully fix. The extremely slow pacing of the episodes tends to get quite frustrating, especially when the show is airing weekly, and hopefully, Season 3 will have a better-paced storyline that's less cluttered as compared to Season 2. Because ultimately, 'Titans' is one of the best live-action superhero shows out there and we're very excited to see what more the series has in store for us.
'Titans' Season 2 Episode 11 'E.L._.O.' will arrive on DC Universe on November 15 and Season 3 is scheduled to arrive in the fall of 2020.