The cast of Titans stopped by the IMDb at this year’s New York Comic-Con yesterday. Check out some photos in our gallery, including a portrait taken at the event, and a clip from the interview below.
We’re only a week away from the series premiere, and DC Universe has already given Titans an early renewal! The news came out at the series’ premiere at the New York Comic-Con.
— Mike Cecchini (@wayoutstuff) October 4, 2018
It’s official! Titans will be available to stream internationally on Netflix. A fantastic new trailer has also been released along with the news. Check it out below, and screencaps in our gallery!
DEADLINE – Netflix has closed a deal with Warner Bros TV for international rights to the studio’s upcoming live-action drama series Titans. The show launches in the U.S. on October 12 on DC Universe, Warner Bros’ newly launched streaming platform, as the service’s first live-action original series.
Netflix will stream Titans globally outside of U.S. and China (where Netflix is not available) under the Internet network’s co-licensing model for partnering with major studios on series that have U.S. distribution.
Titans is the second DC series from WBTV to land a co-licensing agreement with Netflix for international distribution, joining Black Lightning.