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    The first season of Titans premiered on October 3, 2018, during New York Comic-Con and October 12, 2018, on DC Universe, concluded on December 21, 2019. The season consists of 11 episodes.

    Synopsis[edit source]

    Titans follows young heroes from across the DC Universe as they come of age and find belonging in a gritty take on the classic Teen Titans franchise. Dick Grayson and Rachel Roth, a special young girl possessed by a strange darkness, get embroiled in a conspiracy that could bring Hell on Earth. Joining them along the way are the hot-headed Starfire and loveable Gar Logan. Together, they become a surrogate family and team of heroes.[1]

    Cast[edit source]

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    Episodes[edit source]

    # Episode Title Directed by Story By Teleplay By Episode Airdate
    1 Titans Brad Anderson Akiva Goldsman & Geoff Johns Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns & Greg Berlanti October 12, 2018
    In the series premiere episode, Rachel Roth, a guarded teenager haunted by dark visions and powers, flees her home in Traverse City, Michigan when her life is threatened by a mysterious intruder. Arriving in Detroit, she falls under the protective wing of Detective Dick Grayson, who's moonlighting as the dangerous vigilante, Robin – now independent of his longtime partnership with Batman in Gotham. Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, the mysterious Kory Anders awakens – untouched – from a car crash with no memory of her identity. Following leads to Russian club-owner Konstantin Kovar, she learns that she is also pursuing the girl known as Rachel Roth. Lastly, in Ohio, we meet Gar Logan, the mischievous Beast Boy who uses his transformative powers to his advantage.
    2 Hawk and Dove Brad Anderson Akiva Goldsman October 19, 2018
    Hank Hall aka Hawk and Dawn Granger aka Dove are a pair of vigilantes, hoping to get out of the Super Hero business after shutting down one final criminal operation. When Dick arrives with Rachel, looking for a safe haven for the hunted child, his reappearance after many years causes strife between all three of them. Still traumatized over the death of her mother, Rachel struggles to trust Dick. But all their differences must be put aside when a lethal Nuclear Family, sent by The Organization, is activated with the sole purpose of capturing Rachel.
    3 Origins Kevin Rodney Sullivan Richard Hatem, Geoff Johns, Marisha Mukerjee & Greg Walker October 26, 2018
    Rescued by Kory from the Nuclear Family, Rachel travels with her to the convent where she was raised – a destination that might provide answers about Rachel's past and Kory's identity. Meanwhile, Dick goes in pursuit of Rachel and Kory, the mysterious woman who rescued her – and the journey awakens memories of his own orphanhood and his unorthodox upbringing in the shadows of Bruce Wayne. When Dick finally reunites with Rachel and Kory, he realizes that Rachel's found a new protector in Kory. But the convent is not everything it seems to be and Rachel might have to rely on her guardians as well as a new friend, Gar Logan, to keep her safe.
    4 Doom Patrol John Fawcett Geoff Johns November 2, 2018
    Now aware of Rachel's power, Dick and Kory unite to find her. Escaped from the convent that sought to imprison her, Rachel puts her trust in Gar who reveals his own transformative powers. Seeking refuge, Gar brings Rachel home to his "family" – a group of misfit medical experiments we will come to know as The Doom Patrol (including Cliff Steele aka Robotman, Larry Trainor aka Negative Man and Rita Farr aka Elastiwoman) – in hopes of helping the girl. But what starts as a place of comfort for Rachel, soon turns dark under the scientific curiosity of The Doom Patrol's leader Dr. Niles Caulder, whose experiment into Rachel's powers threatens to set free a darkness, and reveal a new level of evil waiting to escape.
    5 Together Meera Menon Bryan Edward Hill & Gabrielle Stanton November 9, 2018
    After rescuing Rachel from Dr. Niles Caulder, Dick and Kory hit the road with Rachel and Gar. But when the Nuclear Family tracks them down again, all four decide the time for running is over. For the first time, they work in unison. As they take on the Nuclear Family, we witness the birth of the team that will come to be known as "The Titans."
    6 Jason Todd Carol Banker Richard Hatem & Jeffrey David Thomas November 16, 2018
    Before Dick can reunite with The Titans, he reluctantly teams with Jason Todd, the new Robin, to catch a serial killer targeting performers from Dick's surrogate circus family from when he was a member of the Flying Graysons. But Jason's perspective on Bruce Wayne forces Dick to reexamine the truth behind their falling out.
    7 Asylum Alex Kalymnios Bryan Edward Hill & Greg Walker November 23, 2018
    When The Messenger reveals that Rachel's birth mother is alive and being held captive by The Organization in a mysterious psychiatric facility, Rachel is determined to rescue her. But once inside, the Titans are faced with their deepest vulnerabilities and fears.
    8 Donna Troy David Frazee Richard Hatem & Marisha Mukerjee November 30, 2018
    As The Titans go their separate ways, Dick turns to an old friend, Donna Troy, for answers.
    9 Hank and Dawn Akiva Goldsman Geoff Johns December 7, 2018
    The origin story of Hank Hall and Dawn Granger's relationship and the loss in each of their pasts that brings them together as vigilante Super Heroes Hawk and Dove.
    10 Koriand'r Maja Vrvilo Gabrielle Stanton December 14, 2018
    As Kory's memories come flooding back, she discovers her true mission, regarding Rachel. While Dick and Donna discover Kory's alien origins, Rachel uses her powers to save Gar.
    11 Dick Grayson Glen Winter Richard Hatem December 21, 2018
    Dick takes a dark journey back to Gotham in the finale.

    Notes[edit source]

    • The season was originally intended to include 13 episodes.[2]
      • Origins was originally intended to be two episodes, titled "Starfire" and Origins.
      • The season finale, Dick Grayson, was originally intended to be the penultimate episode of the season with Raven to be the season finale.
      • Elements from the scrapped season finale were later incorporated into the Season 2 premiere Trigon.

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    Titans Season 1

    Titans Hawk and Dove Origins Doom Patrol Together Jason Todd Asylum Donna Troy Hank and Dawn Koriand'r Dick Grayson

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