The first season of Titans just ended on DC Universe, but fans outside of the United States have not been able to access the grim-n-gritty superhero series. Until now. The new series is now available on Netflix internationally, outside of the U.S. So it’s time to see what the fuss is about and get to bingeing before work begins on Season 2 of Titans.
In its first 11 episodes, Titans has earned a lot of buzz for how it embraces the lore of DC Comics, staying true to the heart of the original comic series from George Perez and Marv Wolfman while being a mature superhero show for adults.
In accordance with the initial release, the streaming service notes its TV-MA rating, violent content, and provided the following description: “After striking out on his own, Batman’s former partner Dick Grayson encounters a number of troubled young heroes in desperate need of a mentor.”
In the first season, the Titans came together in an effort of protecting Rachel Roth from nefarious forces wanting to transform her into the Raven. Dick Grayson renounced his identity as Robin, Garfield Logan abandoned the Doom Patrol for a new family, and Kory Anders discovered her hidden past. But there were also appearances from other fan-favorite heroes including Hawk and Dove, Jason Todd’s Robin, and the former Wonder Girl Donna Troy.
The first season of Titans is now streaming on Netflix for subscribers outside of the United States.