Titans is now in development and will be an exclusive on Warner Bros. DC Comics streaming service and now we’ve learned the series will consist of 13 episodes in its first season.
This isn’t surprising as many shows that air on streaming services such as Hulu or Netflix have 13 episodes per season.
Deadline broke the news that Titans co-writer Akiva Goldsman (who also wrote Batman & Robin) would be heading to Paramount to work on a few projects and in their report they revealed the 13 episodes were ordered for the television series. No release date was announced for the series.
He also is teamed with Geoff Johns and Greg Berlanti at Warner Bros on Titans, based on the DC Comics property Teen Titans revolving around Nightwing, Batman’s sidekick Dick Grayson after he goes off on his own. Goldsman co-write the pilot with Johns; it has been set for a 13-episode commitment and will launch DC’s new digital platform.
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