Doom Patrol Are Coming To The “Titans” Series

TV-Shows News

 

DC Comics chief Geoff Johns has confirmed on social media that beloved comics characters The Doom Patrol will be making their live-action debut in the upcoming “Titans” series for DC’s upcoming direct-to-consumer streaming service.

Johns shared a script page, revealing the fifth episode of the new series will be named after the superhero team with at least one of the key characters to appear. One, Beast Boy, has already been set as a regular cast member and is played by Ryan Potter.

The “Doom Patrol” comic has had various interpretations over the years, the most famous being Grant Morrison’s run in early 1990s which incorporated bizarre secret societies, Dada, surrealism and parody in its story of a team of misfits and outcasts.

Brenton Thwaites, Minka Kelly, Alan Ritchson, Teagan Croft, Anna Diop, Seamus Dever, and Lindsey Gort star in “Titans” which is set to premiere later this year.

This article is concerning Watch Movies online and Free Movies online for a lot of data please visit our website:  https://freemoviesz.online/

Doom Patrol Are Coming To The “Titans” Series
Rate this post

Please follow and like us:
TV-Shows News
“LA To Vegas” Axed, “Step Up” Series Renewed

  The decision was held back but now it’s official – the single-camera comedy “L.A. To Vegas” has been cancelled at FOX after one season. The series was set aboard the fictional Jackpot Airlines and their weekend Los Angeles to Las Vegas flights. The first season drew an average of …

TV-Shows News
2018/2019 TV Series Breakdown: CBS

  The Fall TV Season presentations for all the new network shows take place this week with the fourth announced today. Here’s a full breakdown of which concepts have made the final list over on CBS. With all but one of its new dramas last season renewed, CBS has torn …

TV-Shows News
Sundance TV Cancels “Hap and Leonard”

  SundanceTV’s “Hap and Leonard” has been cancelled after three seasons, despite being the network’s most acclaimed show. Sadly the numbers just weren’t there, the show averaging just 200,000 viewers per episode in Live+Same Day. Based on the novel series of the same name by Joe R. Lansdale, James Purefoy …