Warner Bros. has released a new trailer for its upcoming gritty live-action Teen Titans series, Titans. It can be seen above.
The new Titans trailer finally brings everyone together. It’s far more gritty than the first trailer, which premiered during San Diego Comic-Con, and gives us a better look at the relationships the teammates will have with one another. The trailer acts as a distinct reminder that this isn’t the Teen Titans cartoon show you may remember — and it’s certainly not Teen Titans Go!.
Titans will stream on DC’s new DC Universe streaming platform. The platform gives subscribers the ability to find new on-demand series and classic superhero shows, and access to the company’s vast library of comics. As we reported in June:
Previously announced original TV shows exclusive to the service are still here — including the live-action Titans and Doom Patrol, and the animated Harley Quinn and Young Justice: Outsiders. But DC Entertainment is also promising a well of classic DC Comics television and film adaptations, a curated selection of “thousands” of comics to read, fan forums, a canon encyclopedia, and exclusive access to DC merchandise and rewards.
Subscribers will gain access to movies like Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and Richard Donner’s Superman (as well as its three sequels) at launch — and to television series like Batman: The Animated Series, Static Shock, Young Justice, Teen Titans, Lois & Clark and Wonder Woman ’77, the latter of which will be remastered in HD for the first time.
Titans will premiere this fall.