The first season of Titans was meant to be of 13 episodes, but after the Batman-diversion on Dick Grayson proved to be a better cliffhanger. This led to the producers making a major change and ended the season early. The team never formed fully and Trigon was shown to be in control of Raven’s allies.
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New Photos leaked
New photos of the planned season finale have surfaced online. These reveal Anna Diop in full costume as Starfire, as well as Teagan Croft looking more comic accurate.
This version of the finale was meant to be shown on TV but was in works early on into the series’ production. After the put the current finale together, with Trigon forcing Dick Grayson to face his inner darkness, they decided to change gears.
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Showrunner Greg Walker told MTV News that they’re still using aspects of the finale for the upcoming second season.
“We’re cannibalizing some of the stuff from Episode 12 [for the premiere],” said Walker. “We thought it was such a good cliffhanger at the end of 11. And we wanted to go for an even bigger, better Season 2 opener. We had a big idea, and our friends at DC bought it.”
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Another Villain In Titans Season 2?
Raven and other members will have to deal with the threat of Trigon. He was teased throughout the first season. However, the sophomore season will introduce a new villain, as teased by Walker.
“Yeah. It’s really fun to be able to you know where we’re going to go with it,” he added. “We’re going to also use [the Season 2 premiere] to launch a new villain. And well, because Trigon’s role in canon is so huge, we felt like we really needed to give him a really big episode. You know, the kind you can launch a season with.”
Trigon Will Be A Bigger Threat In Season 2
Walker then explained his reasons for the change, with an intention to make Trigon a bigger threat.
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“We’ve started in on another episode that will finalize the Trigon story, and it felt like it needed to do two things: end one season and launch another,” Walker said to Entertainment Weekly. “We got really excited about the way to launch a new season with that episode and pitched it to our partners at DC and Warner Brothers, and they signed on. We shot a piece that we’re going to use, and then we’re going to incorporate it into where we want to launch the new season.”
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