Titans 3, the third season of the TV series DC Universe, is ready for its debut in our country and for the occasion it shows itself with the first Italian trailer.
The show, created by Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns And Greg Berlanti, after having landed on HBO Max last August it is in fact ready for its debut on Netflix.
The Italian trailer of Titans 3
The new season of Titans will be available starting tomorrow, December 8, 2021, on the streaming platform’s catalog with all 13 episodes.
The story of Titans 3 will pick up where the previous season left off. We will obviously meet again Dick Grayson like Nightwing and we will welcome Barbara Gordon who became Police Commissioner, leaving the role of Batgirl. The team of young superheroes will return to Gotham City where they will meet the doctor Jonathan Crane, aka the Scarecrow.
Where did we stay with the second season of Titans?
Following the catastrophic encounter with Trigon, Dick re-forms the team of young superheroes.
Under his supervision, housed in their new home at Titans Tower, Rachel, Gar and Jason Todd train together to hone their hero skills and work as a team that is also joined by Hank Hall (Hawk), Dawn Granger (Dove ) and Donna Troy (Wonder Girl).
Just as the original Titans attempt to transition to a normal life, an old villain shows up again and everyone will have to get together to deal with unfinished business.
As this family of new and old heroes, including Conner Kent and Rose Wilson, learns to coexist and work together, Deathstroke’s arrival highlights the sins of the original Titans, misunderstandings and weaknesses that threaten to disrupt this new family.
The main cast of the show consists of Brenton Thwaites as Richard “Dick” Gryson / Nightwing, Anna Diop like Koriand’r / Starfire, Teagan Croft in the role of Rachel Roth / Raven, Ryan Potter to interpret Grafield “Gar” Logan / Beast Boy, Alan Ritchson like Hank Hall / Hawk, Minka Kelly in the role of Dawn Granger / Dove And Conor Leslie in those of Donna Troy / Wonder Girl.
We also remember that Titans has already been renewed for a fourth season, confirming how much the DC Universe is much more comfortable with TV series than at the cinema.
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