Teen Titans Go
The producers of Teen Titans Go! pack plenty of laughs into each new episode. But that’s not all you’re likely to find. No, if you watch closely you just might catch some equally clever Easter Eggs. In this exclusive new #DCTV clip, Teen Titans Go!’s Dan Hipp lists off five of his favorites. So how can we get our yearbook signed by Dr. Manhattan?
With Marvel stepping out of Hall H this year, it gives other studios a chance to step up and show off. Warner Bros. Television is taking advantage of the early buzz for its fall season and bringing the pilot episodes of Supergirl and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow to the big show.
Starfire has been a princess, a slave, and a superhero! Learn all about the sexiest and most powerful of all the Teen Titans! So sit back and enjoy as Ashley and Jason begin their lesson. You might learn something. Enter your Mind University!
Host Jason Inamn and special guest host Trisha Hershberger pay a visit to the Teen Titans Go! production office where character designer Chris Battle draws the World’s Fastest Man Titans-style! After that, Tiffany Smith chats with actor David Anders about what it’s like bringing the iZombie baddie to (un)life. Finally, we look at some of the Comic-Con correspondent entry videos. There’s still plenty of time to enter, so fans can still submit a video letting DCAA know why they’re a DC super fan for their chance to help cover the con!
Press Release Warner Bros. Television Group (WBTVG) returns to Comic-Con International: San Diego, the world’s leading pop-culture convention, next month with 17 series, including 10 returning fan-favorite shows and seven programs making their Comic-Con debut. Comic-Con-favorite stars such as The Following’s Kevin Bacon; Arrow’s Stephen Amell; The Vampire Diaries’ Paul Wesley, Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder (Lost); Supernatural’s Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles; Almost Human’s Karl Urban (Star Trek) and Michael Ealy (Underworld: Awakening); The 100’s Henry Ian Cusick (Lost); Childrens Hospital’s Rob Corddry; and Nikita’s Maggie Q — to name just a few — will join producers Greg Berlanti
The latest incarnation of the Titans in form has been successful enough that Cartoon Network is picking it up for a second season. Based mostly on the Teen Titans series of the early aughts, Teen Titans Go! is a slightly cuter, more comedy-driven version of the show aimed at an even younger audience. It originally aired as shorts during the DC Nation block before becoming a full-length show in April. Garnering an average of 1.7M viewers, the show is definitely worth the renewal. Cartoon Network’s official announcement should be made later today.
Cartoon Network announced a few weeks ago that Green Lantern: Animated and Young Justice had been canceled and last week they gave the start date for the next DC animated show, Teen Titans Go! A promo has been released for the upcoming show and it is available for you to watch just after the jump.