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‘Titans’ Season 3 Officially Wraps Up Filming, First Teaser Trailer Revealed

Titans season 3 kicks off with three episodes on August 12, with subsequent episodes launching weekly every Thursday on HBO Max

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DC ‘Titans’ has officially wrapped up filming on season 3 in Toronto, today after 8 months of shoot. HBO Max has also revealed the first teaser trailer for season 3 which will premiere on August 12 on the streamer.


The filming on the third season started on October 13 last year and added few new characters in the process. We will see Vincent Kartheiser as Dr. Jonathan Crane, a.k.a. Scarecrow, and Savannah Welch as Barbara Gordon in this season. 


"So much of our show is about becoming a family and the fears that people have as they grow older and get older. Crane seems to be, in many ways, a perfect villain in that he exploits fear. The human mind and heart become the battlefield. This is someone who's working off your feelings and your emotions, and that's where we want to live," says showrunner Greg Walker in his latest interview with EW.


"In our story with Dick returning to Gotham - and Gotham is a huge character this season - it's about sons and daughters, stepping into the shadow of your parents," Walker continues. "Barbara is going to be conflicted by Dick's arrival. Barbara's feeling is that the legacy of Bruce and Jim has been this idea that she thinks is antiquated and inefficient: the God syndrome, meaning that superheroes create the situation where they're the heroes. They drop in on a situation, solve it, and then they leave. And she feels that basically disempowers people from solving their own problems and that the people of Gotham need to figure out how to solve their own problems and not be passive victims waiting for a superhero to save the day."


Season 3 returning characters include Brenton Thwaites as “Dick Grayson” aka “Nightwing,” Anna Diop as “Kory Anders” aka “Starfire,” Teagan Croft as “Rachel Roth” aka “Raven,” Ryan Potter as “Gar Logan” aka “Beast Boy,” Conor Leslie as “Donna Troy” aka “Wonder Girl,” Curran Walters as “Jason Todd” aka “Red Hood,” Joshua Orpin as “Conner Kent” aka “Superboy,” with Alan Ritchson as “Hank Hall” aka “Hawk,” Minka Kelly as “Dawn Granger” aka “Dove,” Damaris Lewis as “Blackfire,” Savannah Welch as “Barbara Gordon” and Vincent Kartheiser as “Dr. Jonathan Crane.” Jay Lycurgo also joins the cast this season recurring as “Tim Drake.”


“Titans” is produced by Weed Road Pictures and Berlanti Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television. The series was developed by Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns & Greg Berlanti. Based on the characters from DC. Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti, Greg Walker, Sarah Schechter are the executive producers.


Season 1 and 2 of Titans are currently available to stream on HBO Max in the U.S. and Netflix internationally. It will be interesting to see if season 3 weekly episodes are parallelly available to stream on Netflix alongside HBO Max.  The first three episodes of season three will premiere on Thursday, August 12 with subsequent episodes launching weekly every Thursday through October 21.


Also, on September 14, DC’s TITANS UNITED debuts, a seven-issue limited comic book series, featuring the incredible line-up of superheroes fans know from the Max Original. The series will be available at all participating comic book stores and digital platforms and is free to subscribers on DC UNIVERSE INFINITE.

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