Ryan recently did a video interview with Anthony Francisco over at Looper to help promote Ryan’s writing debut episode, Dude, Where’s My Gar? of Titans Season 4 that airs today, April 20th. You can watch the full 18 minutes worth below.
HBO Max has renewed Titans for a fourth season to air exclusively on the streaming service. With this renewal of Titans, it creates new history for Ryan as Titans becomes his longest running show that he has been billed with as a Main Character.
Supah Ninjas ran from 2011 – 2013 and had 2 seasons, Big Hero 6: The Series ran from 2018 – 2021 (with the advance premiere of episode one airing in 2017) and had 3 seasons. Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous has been airing from 2020 – 2021 and currently has 3 seasons (this one could be renewed or premiere more episodes until Netflix decides to cancel it.) and Titans has been airing since 2018 with 4 seasons (the third season ends on 10/21/21). With the renewal that would take season 4 into 2023! (as 2022 will most likely be spent filming it.)
Watch the renewal teaser down below:
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.
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.
Streaming has become a major player in pretty much every part of the world and with the latest addition of Disney+, I wanted to compile a guide to all of Ryan’s projects that are on the most popular streaming services. Since I’m in the US, this will be using the US versions of each streaming service BUT if you know of one of his projects that are currently available to watch anywhere else in the world, please let me know and I will add it with a note! 🙂
Netflix currently has two projects of Ryan’s to stream:
- Running for Grace
- Titans (International; Not available on US Netflix)
Hulu currently has no projects of Ryan’s to stream, but Big Hero 6: The Series and Big Hero 6 are both available with Hulu’s Live TV plans.
DC Universe: (US Only)
DC Universe (US Only) currently has one project of Ryan’s to stream:
Disney+ currently has four projects of Ryan’s to stream:
- Big Hero 6
- Big Hero 6: The Series (Season 1)
- Big Hero 6: Shorts
- Lab Rats: Elite Force (Episodes 1 & 7 only)
If any are missing, feel free to let us know!
IT’S OFFICIAL!!! Titans has officially been renewed for a third season premiering in Fall 2020 and we couldn’t be more excited to see this adventure continue!
No formal press release has been released online (from what I could find) but both the DC Comics website and DC Universe website has officially announced it. You can currently stream season one of Titans on the DC Universe streaming service and Netflix (internationally). Season two is currently only airing on the DC Universe streaming service.
Excerpt from DC Comics official website:
The Titans are coming back for more! DC Universe and Warner Bros. Television announced today that its dramatic, live-action adventure series, Titans, will be returning for a third season.
Premiering in 2018 as the first DC Universe Original Series, Titans is in the middle of a stellar second season where our heroes – Dick Grayson, Rachel Roth aka Raven, Kory Anders aka Starfire, Gar Logan aka Beast Boy, Hank Hall and Dawn Granger aka Hawk and Dove, Donna Troy aka Wonder Girl and Jason Todd aka Robin – are learning to co-exist as a new team while facing their toughest enemy yet, the deadly assassin Deathstroke, who threatens to tear this new Titans family apart once more.
All season 1 episodes are available now for streaming; new episodes from season 2 available every Friday on DC Universe.
Titans is produced by Weed Road Pictures and Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. The series was developed by Akiva Goldsman & Geoff Johns & Greg Berlanti, based on characters from DC. Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti, Greg Walker and Sarah Schechter are the executive producers.
Welcome back to our weekly Gar Chronicles recaps for Titans! We should start off by saying that we are so glad that Titans has come back for another season!
If you’re curious about what happened on the season finale of season one, you can catch up here!
note: this post was updated to include the gallery links under the synopsis.
Episode One — “Trigon” Synopsis:
The season premiere continues the apocalyptic events of last season as Trigon sets out to win the Titans over to his side by embracing their inner darkness.
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Titans is now only two days away with it’s release on September 6th, 2019 which is this Friday only available on DC Universe! I personally cannot wait until we get the new season rolling and see what Gar is getting up to… Hopefully he gets up to more screentime..
The official trailer for season two of Titans has finally hit the internet! As a reminder, there’s still hardly any Gar content in the trailer but you can still watch it below!