Netflix grabs DC superhero drama series Titans

2018-10-03 12:06
A scene in Titans.

Cape Town – The DC Universe streaming service in America has sold the international rights to its first original scripted drama series, Titans to Netflix.

The new live-action DC Comics superhero drama series produced by Warner Bros. Television will become available on Netflix in South Africa and elsewhere in the world.

Titans is the second DC Comics drama series from Warner Bros. Television to do a co-licensing agreement with Netflix for international distribution, following Black Lightning.

The 11-episode first season of Titans, produced by Greg Berlanti will become available from 12 October in America and revolves around the Detroit detective Dick Grayson (the grown-up Robin played by Brenton Thwaites) as he comes into his own and out of Batman's shadow and leads a band of new superheroes.

The superhero group includes Starfire (Anna Diop), Raven (Teagan Croft), Beast Boy (Ryan Potter), Hawk (Alan Ritchson) and Dove (Minka Kelly), with Seamus Dever as the evil Trigon and Bruno Bichir in the role of Chief.

Netflix hasn't announced an international release date for Titans yet.


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