Teen Titans Series is Go

I’m looking forward to Flash despite The CW’s baggage for insufferable melodrama, pointless shippers, annoying teen-angst, and padding to drag the show out longer which has happened to Supernatural. However, other DC shows on different networks have me interested like NBC’s Constantine.

Deadline says WB and TNT are bringing Titans back to the small-screen (Titans Go!…why?) in live-action to add the upcoming line-up.

Written by Oscar winner Akiva Goldsman and executive-turned-scribe Marc Haimes,Titans revolves around the eponymous group of young Super Heroes-to-be from the DC Universe. The action series centers on Dick Grayson (probably best known for his alter ego as Robin), who emerges from the shadow of Batman to become Nightwing, the leader of a fearless band of new Super Heroes including Starfire, Raven and many others. Goldsman executive produces, with Haimes serving as co-executive producer for WBTV’s cable division Warner Horizon.

Grayson’s character-arc is probably going to learn teamwork’s importance rather then being an obssessive-loner that was instill-in-him-at early-age much like in the source material and 2003-06 animated series. Obiviously laying the groundwork for Richard/Koriand’r’s romance along with Rachel Roth’s anti-christ storyline with her demonic father, Trigon bringing-about the-end-of-the-world. I’ll be happy as long the Warrior-Princess isn’t sexualized-in-the-wrong-way since Tamaranians have gender-liberated beliefs.

Beast Boy (or Changling originally) could possibly join that group since TPTB picked three heroes from Marv Wolfman’s successful New Titans run so far. But characters like Cyborg, Wonder Girl, Aqualad, Speedy in addition Deathstroke being featured on Arrow, or even Wally West aka Kid Flash I (52 version) probably appearing in a second season of the aforementioned-series above cause-of that idiotic embargo. It shouldn’t turn into Junior JLA similar-to what Wolfman actively avoided.