Young Justice Season 3 Is Possible With Fan Help


Every once in a while you get a bit of TV that’s so compelling and so well-written that you wonder how you ever lived without it.  Young Justice is that unicorn-of-a-show.  The two-season (too short might I add) animated series about a team trying to prove themselves to the more establish Justice League, came in with a bang and went out with a bang — it had a cliffhanger and nothing was resolved.  Don’t you just hate that?

For a few years, rabid fans of Young Justice have petitioned Warner Bros. to bring back the show for a Season 3, if not more.  The studio should at least let the show wrap up the cliffhanger and any loose ends.

Well, it seems that there is hope in the form of Netflix.  The streaming giant recently added Young Justice Season 2 to its roster of programs.  Rumors started to make the rounds that Netflix could pick it up for a Season 3.

As this dream started to snowball, Danica McKellar, the voice of Miss Martian on the show, chimed in with her message via Twitter.

There you go, fans.  Start watching Young Justice today!  Don’t just watch it, get your friends and your family to watch it … multiple times!  If what McKellar is saying is true, Netflix may just respond with a greenlight and take Young Justice under its wing with Warner Bros. Animation co-producing it.

Young Justice was a DC Universe adaptation that focused on younger characters — Superboy, Robin, Kid Flash, Aqualad, Miss Martian, and Speedy.  Though bearing the same name as the Peter David, Todd Dezago, and Todd Nauck comic book series, it was not a direct adaptation.  The teenage superheroes formed a covert group known as The Team — a younger counterpart to the more famous and mature Justice League.  Audiences praised the series’ hallmark of complex stories and well-developed characters.