Brenton Thwaites Confirms ‘Titans’ Season 5

While Season 4 of Titans has yet to enter production, Brenton Thwaites has suggested the series is returning for Season 5.

This past season of Titans saw the team hit a bit of a bump in the road, as the death of Jason Todd brought the heroes from San Francisco, all the way back to Gotham City. The absence of Batman led the team to stick around and defend the city as Scarecrow and Red Hood began their reign of terror. The series just recently wrapped up its third season at HBO Max with a fourth season confirmed to be in the works at DC FanDome. It seems like fans of the series need not worry about the future of the Titans though. 

In an interview with Matt Sheehan, actor Brenton Thwaites, who plays Dick Grayson on Titans may have confirmed that the series has already been renewed for a fifth season before the fourth had even begun production. While asking a question on what’s in store for Dick and Kory, and the potential future we saw for them in the finale of season 3, Thwaites let it slip that season 5 would be happening.

“So I knew it was a placeholder for whats to come in Season 4 and 5, and I just, I just asked that they were very confident that they were very confident that would happen”

This past season of Titans saw the team hit a bit of a bump in the road, as the death of Jason Todd brought the heroes from San Francisco, all the way back to Gotham City. The absence of Batman led the team to stick around and defend the city as Scarecrow and Red Hood began their reign of terror. The series just recently wrapped up its third season at HBO Max with a fourth season confirmed to be in the works at DC FanDome. It seems like fans of the series need not worry about the future of the Titans though. 

Titans is one of the most popular series on streaming and it’s not shocking to see it be renewed beyond season 4. The next season is still very early in development so it’s unknown as of right now just when filming will begin or when the next season will release.

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