Get your first glimpse at Titans season 3 as filming officially begins

Titans -- Ep. 204 -- “Aqualad” -- Photo Credit: Ken Woroner / 2019 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Titans -- Ep. 204 -- “Aqualad” -- Photo Credit: Ken Woroner / 2019 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved. /

Has Titans season 3 finally been able to begin production?

While many TV show productions were affected by the outbreak of the novel coronavirus earlier this year, it was unclear if that would have an impact on DC Universe‘s Titans simply because it wasn’t in production at the time. However, one of the show’s executive producers, Akiva Goldsman, confirmed a few months back during an interview that everything had indeed been slowed down a bit in regards to Titans season 3.

Though the writing team were able to progress, filming couldn’t take place at the normal time because of everything going on. However, it now seems that after some delays, production on Titans season 3 has finally been able to begin.

Cinematographer Boris Mojsovski took to Instagram to announce that the filming had commenced on the show, giving fans a glimpse of what looks like the interior of Wayne Manor.

This comes after the cast and crew returned to Toronto in recent weeks. Most recently, Titans star, Alan Ritchson – who portrays Hank Hall/Hawk – posted a photo of himself in his trailer, adding that he was grateful to be able to return to work.

Since DC’s Titans has now returned to production, we may likely be viewing the show on HBO Max sooner than we may think.

Judging from the production cycle, it may drop on HBO Max in the first quarter of 2021. The CW’s Arrowverse shows have recently resumed production and they’re expected to hit screens in January 2021. Could Titans do the same?

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At present, reported via The Direct, previous seasons of DC Universe exclusives such as Titans season 2, Young Justice: Outsiders (season 3) and season 1 of Stargirl will land on HBO Max in the coming weeks. And now we know that Titans itself will now be a HBO Max show going forward as DC Universe evolves into a digital comic platform.

Titans stars Brenton Thwaites, Anna Diop, Teagan Croft, Alan Ritchson, Minka Kelly, Ryan Potter, Curran Walters and Conor Leslie. Geoff Johns, Akiva Goldsman and Greg Berlanti write the series. Johns, Goldsman, Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Greg Walker and John Fawcett are executive producers.

Weed Road Pictures and Berlanti Productions produce the series in association with Warner Bros. Television. Titans seasons 1 and 2 are on DC Universe in the U.S. and Netflix internationally.

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