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Titans (2018 TV series)

Titans is an American web television series that airs on DC Universe, based on the DC Comics team of the same name. Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, and Greg Berlanti created the series, which sees Brenton Thwaites star as Dick Grayson / Robin, the leader of the Titans, alongside Anna Diop as Starfire, Teagan Croft as Raven and Ryan Potter as Beast Boy. Titans premiered on October 12, 2018 and is set to comprise 12 episodes. Ahead of the series' premiere, Titans was renewed for a second season.

Titans
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Genre
Based onCharacters from DC Comics
Developed by
Starring
Composer(s)
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes6 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Akiva Goldsman
  • Geoff Johns
  • Greg Berlanti
  • Sarah Schechter
  • Greg Walker
  • John Fawcett
Producer(s)Robert Ortiz
Production location(s)Toronto, Ontario
CinematographyBoris Mojsovski
Editor(s)
  • Tirsa Hackshaw
  • Brian Wessel
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time50 minutes
Production company(s)
Distributor
Release
Original networkDC Universe
Original releaseOctober 12, 2018 (2018-10-12) – present (present)
Chronology
Related showsDoom Patrol

A live-action series based on the Teen Titans entered development in September 2014 for the cable channel TNT, with Goldsman and Marc Haimes writing the pilot. The pilot had been ordered by December 2014, but never came to fruition, with TNT announcing in January 2016 it would no longer be moving forward with the project. In April 2017, it was announced that the series was being redeveloped for DC Comics' new direct-to-consumer digital service, with Goldsman, Johns, and Berlanti attached. Brenton Thwaites was cast as Dick Grayson in September 2017, and other series regulars were cast between August and October 2017. In May 2018, the spin-off series Doom Patrol was announced, which will pick up after the events of Titans.

Contents

PremiseEdit

When Dick Grayson / Robin and Rachel Roth / Raven require assistance to deal with a plot that threatens the entire planet, they join forces with Koriand'r / Starfire and Gar Logan / Beast Boy to form the Titans.[1]

Cast and charactersEdit

 
The main cast of Titans, with Garfield Logan (Potter), Rachel Roth (Croft), Richard Grayson (Thwaites) and Kory Anders (Diop).

MainEdit

  • Brenton Thwaites as Richard "Dick" Grayson / Robin: A former circus performer who, after his parents' death, was trained by Batman to fight crime as his sidekick. Now in his adulthood and a detective with the Detroit Police Department, Dick becomes the leader of the Titans in his quest to step out from his mentor's shadow.[2][3] Tomaso Sanelli plays a young Dick Grayson in flashbacks.
  • Anna Diop as Kory Anders / Starfire: A powerful woman who forgot who she is and where she came from. She comes into contact with the Titans while on an assignment. [4]
  • Teagan Croft as Rachel Roth / Raven: A young mystical empath who is the daughter of a demon, and whose powers are driven by her emotions.[5][1] Croft noted Rachel's relationship with Dick is "more of a father-daughter relationship" since they both "share the same feeling of abandonment."[6]
  • Ryan Potter as Garfield "Gar" Logan / Beast Boy: A teen who developed the ability to shapeshift into a tiger as the side effect from a drug that cured him of the lethal disease Sakutia. It is possible he can shapeshift into other animals as well. He is also a former member of the Doom Patrol.[7]

RecurringEdit

  • Lindsey Gort as Amy Rohrbach: A police detective who is the new partner of Dick Grayson.[8]
  • Alan Ritchson as Hank Hall / Hawk: An aggressive, offensive bruiser who fights crime with his partner and girlfriend Dove.[9]
  • Minka Kelly as Dawn Granger / Dove: A strategic, defensive and lithe vigilante who fights crime with her partner and boyfriend Hawk.[10]
  • Jeff Clarke as Nuclear Dad: The father of the Nuclear Family.
  • Melody Johnson as Nuclear Mom: The mother of the Nuclear Family.
  • Jeni Ross as Nuclear Sis: The daughter of the Nuclear Family.
  • Logan Thompson as Nuclear Biff: The son of the Nuclear Family.
  • Reed Birney as Dr. Adamson.
  • Bruno Bichir as Niles Caulder: A leading doctor in medical science who is the leader of the Doom Patrol.[11]
  • Zach Smadu as Nuclear Stepdad, the new addition to the Nuclear Family.
  • Seamus Dever[12]

GuestEdit

  • Sherilyn Fenn as Melissa Roth: Raven's adoptive mother.[13]
  • Mark Antony Krupa as Konstantin Kovar: A gangster in Vienna, Austria.[14]
  • Jarreth J. Merz as The Acolyte: A mysterious man hunting Rachel.[13]
  • April Bowlby as Rita Farr / Elasti-Woman: A member of the Doom Patrol and former actress, who developed the power to stretch, shrink, and grow after being exposed to a toxic gas.[15][16]
  • Brendan Fraser and Jake Michaels as Clifford Steele / Robotman: A member of the Doom Patrol and former car racer, whose brain was transplanted into a robotic body after an accident destroyed his own. Fraser voices the character and appears as Steele in photos. [17]
  • Matt Bomer and Dwain Murphy as Larry Trainor / Negative Man: A member of the Doom Patrol and former pilot, who crashed into negative energy and is now wrapped in bandages from head to toe. Matt Bomer provides the voice of the character.[18]
  • Curran Walters as Jason Todd / Robin: Batman's current Robin. Showrunner Greg Walker loved "the unbridled sense of self that [Jason] has—there's a lack of... maybe self-awareness, but for sure self-consciousness in terms of how he comports himself and how he moves through the world. He's completely seemingly unaffected by darkness—he kind of embraces it or walks right through it. He's a breath of fresh air and that's what I love about him, he’s got a punk rock, no-holds-barred attitude that's massively unburdened. There's a lot of energy that comes with that."[19]
  • Conor Leslie as Donna Troy / Wonder Girl[20]
  • Elliot Knight as Don Hall / Dove[21]

EpisodesEdit

No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal release dateProd.
code
1"Titans"Brad AndersonAkiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns and Greg BerlantiOctober 12, 2018 (2018-10-12)T15.10146
Following her mother Melissa's murder at the hands of a mysterious assailant, troubled teen Rachel Roth exhibits telekinetic powers and flees town. Detroit detective Dick Grayson fights crime at night using his vigilante persona, Robin. Rachel is picked up by Detroit police, recognizes Dick from her nightmares, and asks him for help. By the time he realizes that she was telling the truth about her mother, Rachel has been drugged and abducted. Meanwhile, in Vienna, Austria, Kory Anders awakens in a bullet-ridden car wreck with no memory of her identity. She finds her way to gangster Konstantin Kovar, whom she has apparently betrayed in her search for a certain girl—Rachel. When Kovar attempts to shoot her, she releases a fiery power that incinerates him and everyone else in the room. About to be ritually slain by the man who killed her mother, Rachel blacks out as a dark version of herself emerges and kills her would-be murderer. Dick arrives, and takes her off to safety. In Covington, Ohio, a green tiger on the prowl in an electronics store at night and transforms into a human boy.
2"Hawk and Dove"Brad AndersonAkiva GoldsmanOctober 19, 2018 (2018-10-19)T13.20902
Dick takes Rachel to Hank Hall and Dawn Granger, masked vigilantes known as Hawk and Dove with whom Dick fought crime years earlier. Though Hank and Dawn are in a committed relationship, Rachel senses that Dick and Dawn were previously involved, and still have unresolved issues. When a jealous Hank fights with Dick, Rachel's dark self manifests to stop it. The Nuclear Family is "activated" to retrieve Rachel, and they torture Dick's new partner, Detective Amy Rohrbach, to find him. Hawk and Dove take down an arms dealer with Robin's brutal assistance. Rachel is upset to discover that Dick intended to leave her with Hank and Dawn and not return. The Nuclear Family defeats Dick, Hank, and Dawn, capturing Rachel and leaving Dawn gravely injured.
3"Origins"Kevin Rodney SullivanRichard Hatem, Geoff Johns, Marisha Mukerjee & Greg WalkerOctober 26, 2018 (2018-10-26)T13.20904
Kory tracks down Rachel, and watches the Nuclear Family abduct her. Rachel's dark self refuses to help her, but Kory arrives, incinerates Nuclear Dad with her powers, and convinces Rachel to leave with her. Rachel and Kory find their way to a convent where Melissa had supposedly hidden from Rachel's father when she was a baby, and which Kory had visited in search of Rachel a year before. Dick recalls learning that his parents' death was not an accident, and being taken in by billionaire Bruce Wayne, who offers to teach Dick "another way to deal with the pain." Rachel meets Garfield Logan briefly, and Dick arrives. After Rachel's dark self manifests again, Dick and Kory take her back to the convent, where the sisters secretly lock her in the basement. Kory discovers that before her memory loss she was researching various doomsday prophecies concerning the advent of an apocalyptic “raven”. Rachel's dark self taunts her and then manifests, leading to an explosion that allows Rachel to flee.
4"Doom Patrol"John FawcettGeoff JohnsNovember 2, 2018 (2018-11-02)T13.20905
Rachel comes across Gar, in his tiger form, as she flees through the woods. Gar takes Rachel to his house, where she meets Cliff Steel / Robotman, Larry Trainor / Negative Man, and Rita Farr / Elasti-Woman. Dr. Niles Caulder / The Chief arrives, furious with Gar for bringing a stranger to their home—where they are living in secret—but interested in running tests on Rachel. She agrees, but then demands to be unstrapped from the table. Niles refuses, and shoots Gar with a tranquilizer dart when he tries to intervene. Rachel's dark self emerges and attacks Niles. Meanwhile, Dick and Kory find the convent in ruins, and track Rachel to the Caulder house. Dick calms Rachel down and promises he will protect her. He departs with Rachel and Kory, and Gar goes with them, encouraged by Cliff to live his own life.
5"Together"Meera MenonBryan Edward Hill & Gabrielle StantonNovember 9, 2018 (2018-11-09)T13.20906
Dick makes the alliance with Kory, Gar, and Rachel official, and they all demonstrate their powers. Rachel and Gar connect, and Dick and Kory have sex. Dr. Adamson sends a new Nuclear Stepdad to the family. The Nuclear Family attacks, but together the group is able to subdue them. Dick also reveals himself as Robin to the group. Dick visits Adamson, who kills the family remotely. When a strike team comes to kill Dick, the new Robin appears and saves him.
6"Jason Todd"TBATBANovember 16, 2018 (2018-11-16)TBA

ProductionEdit

DevelopmentEdit

A potential live-action Titans project for cable channel TNT was announced in September 2014.[22] By December 2014, a pilot written by Akiva Goldsman and Marc Haimes had been ordered that would feature Dick Grayson emerging from Batman's shadow to become Nightwing, the leader of a band of heroes including Starfire, Raven, Oracle, and Hawk and Dove. The pilot was set with filming to occur in Toronto in the mid-2015.[23][24] In May 2015, TNT president Kevin Reilly said that they hoped to have the casting locked down by the start of filming and that the show would be "very true" to the comics and "groundbreaking".[25] The series, called Titans and then Blackbirds, was first set to begin shooting in Toronto in mid-2015.[26] Production was then postponed to October.[27] In January 2016, it was announced that TNT would no longer be moving forward with the project.[28][29] In February 2016, Geoff Johns stated "We [at DC] have known about [TNT nixing Titans] for months and months and months. That's not new news to us. We have plans for Titans. It's a huge piece of DC and we have plans."[30] Greg Walker and John Fawcett were added as executive producers starting with the second season.[31]

In April 2017, Warner Bros. announced that Titans would debut in 2018 on DC Comics' own direct-to-consumer digital service. The series is being developed by Akiva Goldsman, Johns, Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter, with Goldsman, Johns and Berlanti writing the pilot episode. All are also executive producers of the series for Weed Road Pictures and Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros Television.[32] In October 2018, Titans was renewed for a second season ahead of the series' premiere at New York Comic Con.[31] The same month, Johns teased that a "new" version of Deathstroke will eventually appear in the show.[33]

WritingEdit

Johns noted the series was inspired mostly by the Teen Titans comics of the 1960s, since that comics run "had so much drama" and "was so revolutionary for its time". He added, "We really wanted to lean into the idea that every Titan of these Titans is a doorway into another genre. With Rachel [a.k.a. Raven], it's the supernatural and the horror, and the first season's really focuses on who Raven is and how the Titans galvanize around her." Johns also felt the series would be "a little more adult" than the television series Riverdale, calling it "not necessarily a teen drama, [but] more of an adventure piece."[34]

CastingEdit

In early August 2017, Teagan Croft was cast as Raven,[5] followed at the end of the month with the casting of Anna Diop as Starfire,[4] and Brenton Thwaites as Dick Grayson / Robin.[2][3] In October 2017, Ryan Potter was cast as Beast Boy.[7]

In early September 2017, Alan Ritchson and Minka Kelly were cast in the recurring roles of Hank Hall / Hawk and Dawn Granger / Dove, respectively.[9][10] By the end of the month, Lindsey Gort had been cast as Amy Rohrbach.[8] In January 2018, Seamus Dever was cast in an undisclosed role,[12] and a month later, members of the Doom Patrol were announced with Bruno Bichir as Niles Caulder / Chief,[11] April Bowlby as Rita Farr / Elasti-Girl,[15] Jake Michaels as Clifford Steele / Robotman,[17] and Dwain Murphy as Larry Trainor / Negative Man.[18] Curran Walters and Conor Leslie appear as Jason Todd and Donna Troy / Wonder Girl, respectively.[19][20] In August 2018, Elliot Knight was cast as Don Hall / Dove.[21]

FilmingEdit

Filming for the first season began on November 15, 2017, in Toronto, Ontario,[35][36] concluding on June 28, 2018.[37]

ReleaseEdit

Titans premiered on October 12, 2018, and is set to comprise 12 episodes, with new episodes releasing on DC Universe every week.[38][39] The first episode was screened on October 3, 2018, at New York Comic Con.[38] The series is set to stream via Netflix outside the United States.[40]

ReceptionEdit

Critical reception for the first three episodes of Titans have been mostly positive. Critics have praised the acting performances, particularly those of Thwaites, Diop, and Ritchson, and the show's humor, while others have criticized the show's use of violence.[41] The series received an approval score of 84% on Rotten Tomatoes with an average rating of 6.6 out of 10, and a critical consensus stating: "Despite a few tonal growing pains, Titans does justice to its source material and truly shines when its titular ensemble finally assembles."[42] Metacritic gave the series a score of 55 out of 100, indicating a "mixed or average" response.[43]

Susana Polo of Polygon praised Titans for "tempering brutal violence and dark subject matter with humor—and by giving its characters plenty of time to stretch, breathe and become attached to one another".[44] Charlie Ridgely of Comicbook.com wrote that Diop "conveys so much wonder and intrigue with her subtle and genuine expressions, but there is a consistent fierceness and tenacity that is always lurking just beneath the surface".[45] Rosie Knight of Nerdist wrote that the "cast is at the core of what makes Titans so enjoyable", while giving praise to the script as well.[46]

Forbes contributor Merrill Barr compared the show to The CW's Riverdale, describing it as "a dark and gritty series very far removed from the image the Teen Titans have garnered through a variety of animated outings over the last decades". Barr argued that viewers "that take the tone in stride are going to find themselves in the middle of a series dialed directly into their interests".[47]

Conversely, Kevin Yeoman of Screen Rant was critical of the show's excessive violence, writing that Titans "doesn’t put forward any new or particularly compelling thoughts about its characters or about superheroes in general".[48] Similarly, Vinne Mancuso of Collider said that "if you’re just a fan of some good old-fashioned ultra-violence and moody storytelling, this simply isn’t a well-done example of that".[49]

Spin-offEdit

In May 2018, DC Universe announced the live-action series Doom Patrol, consisting of 13 episodes, had received a direct-to-series order. Developed by Jeremy Carver, Berlanti, and Johns (who also serves as executive producers along with Schechter) for Warner Bros. Television and Berlanti Productions, the series will pick up from the events of Titans and see the Doom Patrol, comprising Robotman, Negative Man, Elasti-Girl, Crazy Jane, and led by Dr. Niles "The Chief" Caulder, take on a mission given to them by Cyborg. Production began August 2018, with Carver writing for the series, with a scheduled release in 2019.[50][51] Brendan Fraser and Riley Shanahan were cast to replace Jake Michaels as Robotman. Fraser voices the character and appears as Steele in flashbacks, while Shanahan physically portrays Robotman.[52] Additionally, Timothy Dalton was cast to replace Bichir as Caulder.[53]

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