Titans: Season 4 has a premiere date and news

It’s time for DC’s heroes to come together again: Titans (Titans) confirmed the season 4 premiere date for November 3 . The premiere, however, is valid only for the US, where the series is aired on HBO Max. The transmission takes place through Netflix and should only arrive in 2023.

Another news is that season 4 will be split, with Part 1 and Part 2 in the US. The first two episodes will premiere on November 3rd, and then weekly airings will run until December 1st. Another six episodes will premiere in 2023.

HBO Max also revealed a supernatural cult-themed teaser video. As well as a first look at a new super suit for Beast Boy (played by Ryan Potter).

Season 4: What will it be like?

in the fourth season of Titans (Titans), the starting lineup of Heroes, as teased at the end of last October, is heading back to San Francisco. Though after a stop in Metropolis, they find themselves in the crosshairs of a supernatural cult with powers unlike anything they’ve faced before.

It was also previously reported that STAR Labs will play a “key role” in Season 4.

More cast additions include Joseph Morgan (The Originals) will play Brother Blood (aka Sebastian Blood, see photo). Also, Franka Potente (Taboo) will play Mother Mayhem (aka May Bennett). Plus, Lisa Ambalavanar (Doctors) will recur as Jinx, a “shrewd criminal and master of black magic,” and Titus Welliver (Deadwood, Bosch) will play none other than Lex Luthor.

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