TITANS Heads To Digital On-Demand Later This Month With Plans For An Eventual Blu-ray Release

Never bothered to sign up for DC Universe? If that's the case but you planned on eventually checking out the streaming platform's edgy live-action Teen Titans adaptation someday, you're in luck...

It appears that if you want to watch any of the DC Universe original shows but don't want to actually sign up for another streaming service, you'll just have to be patient. 

Warner Bros. has confirmed that Titans season 1 will be released on digital platforms on March 21. A Blu-ray release is also planned to follow. This news means the other DC Universe shows (Doom Patrol, Young Justice season 3) will most likely also receive digital and blu-ray releases at some point.

There are also some extra features for the show available to entice fans who have already viewed the superhero adaptation on DC Universe:

– Raven and Robin Dark Rebirth (new featurette)
– The Story of Titans
– The Characters of Titans
– The Making of Titans
– Dick Grayson’s and Rachel Roth’s Dark Past
– A look at vigilantes Hawk and Dove
– The identity of Titans Kory Anders/Starfire
– Gar Logan’s Journey
– Rachel’s Powers
– The Doom Patrol meets the Titans.
– Jason Todd’s Robin
– From Comic to Live Action Adventure
– Meet Wonder Girl
– Dick Grayson’s Dark Past
– World of Superheroes and Vigilantes
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