Rumors are circling that the DC Universe is looking to expand their original series library through their leading production, Titans.
A recent report by Business Insider regarding the state of the DC Universe let it slip that the streamer is considering doubling down on their Titans content. The superhero series serves as their most popular original content by far, although fellow shows like Doom Patrol and Harley Quinn still provide enough to justify their inclusion. That being said, it’s the Teen Titans that brings viewers to the service, and several fan-favorite supporting characters could see themselves starring in their own spinoff series.
According to our trusted source Lance Ausfresser, owner of the Titans Facebook Group, the streaming service has been mulling over potential spinoffs for a while now. When the first season aired, a Hawk & Dove series was in discussions before the pair got bigger roles in the second Titans season. Recently, the idea of former Robin Jason Todd getting his own series revolving his turn as the anti-hero Red Hood has arrived at the forefront of these spinoff talks.
In addition to those, although lower on the totem pole of priority, lie the chances of Nightwing, Superboy, and Deathstroke spinoffs. Those are less likely to happen since two out of the three have lead roles in Titans, but it’s not surprising Slade Wilson could get a second chance at life on the streaming service.
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The second season is streaming now on DC Universe.
The show stars Brenton Thwaites as Dick Grayson/Robin, Anna Diop as Starfire, Teagan Croft as Raven, Alan Ritchson as Hawk, Minka Kelly as Dove, Ryan Potter as Beast Boy, Iain Glen as Bruce Wayne/Batman, Chelsea Zhang as Rose Wilson/Ravager and Esai Morales as Slade Wilson/Deathstroke.
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