Production is officially wrapped on Titans season 4, with one of the stars of the series sharing behind-the-scenes photos. One of HBO Max's popular DC TV shows is close to finally coming back to the streaming service. Based on the Teen Titans mythology, Titans follows Nightwing and his super-team as they take on various threats in the DC Universe. Titans season 3 focused on the team relocating to Gotham City as they dealt with a personal threat in the form of Jason Todd, as their former ally became Red Hood. However, Scarecrow ended up being the real villain before eventually being defeated at the end of Titans season 3.
Following the events of Titans season 3, season 4 will see the heroes go on their next adventure while leaving Gotham City behind. Despite the many changes that Warner Bros. Discovery has been implementing with HBO Max, Titans season 4 is still set to premiere this November. Whether or not there will be another season remains to be seen, although reports claim that Titans is safe on HBO Max for the foreseeable future.
Since February, Titans season 4 has been in production on their 12-episode order, having one episode less than previous seasons. After 7 long months, principal photography is officially done as Ryan Potter, who plays Beast Boy on the show, announced on Instagram that they have finally finished filming the new season. The 27-year-old actor shared multiple BTS photos from his time shooting Titans season 4 as a way to celebrate being done with filming. Check out Potter's post below.
While Warner Bros. TV and HBO Max haven't shared a lot of details about Titans season 4, there are some things coming up for Potter to look forward to this year. For the first time in the show's whole run, one of the Titans actors got to co-write an episode, with Potter having worked on a script with executive producer Geoff Johns. There is also a supposed Stargirl and Titans crossover, as Potter was recently seen with Brec Bassinger, who plays Courtney Whitmore on The CW's Stargirl. It's also been confirmed that Beast Boy will get a new costume, although production has yet to reveal it publicly.
Since Titans season 4 is finished with production, it means HBO Max will soon start marketing the show with trailers and other promotional material. While it's known that Titans season 4 will premiere in November, the exact date has yet to be announced. With New York Comic Con happening in less than two weeks, the show will be at the event, which will likely be where they drop the first trailer along with a premiere date and other special looks from Titans season 4. With so much to look forward to, it will be exciting to finally see the first glimpses of Titans season 4 in an official capacity in the coming weeks.
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