HBO Max has finally released the Titans Season 3 Trailer ahead of it’s August 12th debut. & Yes, it features Ryan for probably around 10 seconds total. I honestly don’t expect him to have much more screen time than he’s had in previous seasons because apparently HBO/DC have no faith in him but nonetheless, I’m excited to see what he gets up to this season.
Disney has officially announced the end of the spin-off series of it’s hit 2014 movie, Big Hero 6 as Big Hero 6: The Series will not be returning for a fourth season and will end when it’s final episode airs on Monday, February 15th, 2021.
Season 3 was already hit with a different format before it aired as it was changed from 22 minutes per episode to it’s new 11 minutes per episode with two episodes aired at once.
Instead of a Press Release, it got the short end of the stick as it was announced via the DisneyChannelPR Twitter account:
The stars of #BigHero6 The Series gather (virtually) to talk about the series finale, premiering February 15 on #DisneyXD and #DisneyNOW. @RyankPotter, @jamiechung1, @genirodriguez, @kharypayton, @brookswheelan pic.twitter.com/i2APcUgypM— Disney Channel PR (@DisneyChannelPR) January 28, 2021
It’s officially been 10 years since Ryan’s first project aired on television; on January 17th, 2011, Nickelodeon would air the first episode of Supah Ninjas as a special preview before airing regularly in April 2011.
Today of course marks the 10th anniversary of Supah Ninjas as well as the 10th anniversary of Ryan’s career getting started and when he would begin his career as an actor.
Since this is a huge milestone in anybody’s career to make it this long doing one thing and only gaining more fans as the years go by, I’d figure that I would write out this meaningful post about what Ryan means to me over the past ten years that I’ve enjoyed being his fan and watching each new project that he has released over the years.
You can press “Read More” if you’d like to read the post in full.Read More
We have decided to become more active in posting #OnThisDay tweets on Twitter to throwback to the various events that Ryan has attended over the years, and with each throwback, we would upgrade the photos to HQ + add some more if there was additional ones to add.
I’ve decided to upgrade the bulk of 2011 before today’s date that he attended for any HQs that I was missing and you can find the full list below.
Appearances — 2011 — April 2nd
Appearances — 2011 — May 7th
Appearances — 2011 — May 22nd
Appearances — 2011 — June 4th — Arrivals
Appearances — 2011 — June 4th — Inside
Appearances — 2011 — September 23rd — Arrivals
Appearances — 2011 — September 24th — Arrivals
Appearances — 2011 — September 24th — The Games
Appearances — 2011 — September 24th — Inside
Appearances — 2011 — October 22nd — Arrivals
Appearances — 2011 — October 22nd — Inside
Appearances — 2011 — October 23rd
Appearances — 2011 — October 26th — Arrivals
Appearances — 2011 — October 26th — Audience
Appearances — 2011 — October 29th
Appearances — 2011 — October 29th
Appearances — 2011 — November 3rd
Appearances — 2011 — November 12th
Ryan has announced his new project alongside Scotty Takeda, Dan Woren, Ali Fumiko, Sophie Oda, Andrew Kishino, Chris Lee, Grace Rolek, Erika Ishii, Britt Shibashi, Kurt Kanazawa & Terry Kitagawa comes an audiobook titled We Are Not Free by Traci Chee.
You can purchase the book on Apple Books currently where the audiobook is $14.99 and Ryan reads Chapter 2. Ryan has said that this is his best project to date and that he feels incredibly honored to be apart of the reading.
You can read a synopsis of the book below from AudioFileMagazine.com:
An outstanding cast of narrators captures the experiences of 14 Japanese-American teenagers when they and their families are uprooted and forced to live in incarceration camps from 1942-45. Each chapter follows a different character’s story, with the narrator’s voice closely mirroring the character’s distinct and vibrant personality. Listeners feel their initial shock, their anger at living in dirty horse stalls and cold barracks, their joy at close friendships, and their rage and despair as they are forced apart. The interconnected stories highlight individual experiences as they follow an overarching timeline. Kurt Sanchez Kanazawa gives a standout performance as Twitchy, whose liveliness and joyful personality are eventually challenged by horrifying experiences fighting for the U.S. overseas. This work is timely and powerful, especially on audio.
Last month, it was cited that all of DC Universe‘s original series were all making the move to Warner Brothers’ newest streaming service, HBO Max. The rumored release date for Titans to be put on HBO Max has been settled on November 1st, 2020, and will release alongside Young Justice: Outsiders on November 1st.
Season 3 of Titans has begun filming earlier this week and is expected to be released sometime during 2021, currently unknown but is slated to premiere on HBO Max.
Meanwhile, you can also catch Ryan as Hiro Hamada in season 3 of Big Hero 6: The Series which is currently airing on Mondays on Disney.
UPDATE: On October 22nd, 2020, HBO Max has confirmed through a press release that they will air both seasons 1 and 2 on November 1st and you can read more of the release here.
We just wanted to post a quick update to wish the main man, Ryan a very Happy Birthday! We celebrate Ryan’s special day by binging his filmography.
If you need a reminder of where you can binge some of Ryan’s projects, check out our Streaming Guide.
Happy Birthday Ryan!
There’s a new trailer for Ryan’s newest series Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous which premieres on Netflix on September 18th. This trailer features more of Ryan as Kenji.
That’s probably a little loaded persay…. but THE Joshua Orpin aka Conner from Titans and Ryan’s co-star has (indirectly and not really about us) posted a video featuring our site in a tab in his browser as he was showing off that he frequently stalks Ryan.
This was just a minor freakout by us, please carry on.