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Synopsis

Titans follows young heroes from across the DC Universe as they come of age and find where they belong. In season three, circumstances draw our heroes to Gotham City, where they will reunite with old friends and face new threats.

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  • Rachel Roth, known as Raven, is the daughter of the demon Trigon and a human mother. Adopted by another human woman shortly after birth, Rachel was initially oblivious to her own immense power as an empath. While the first two seasons focus on her fight with Trigon, this season she is on a separate journey to retrieve Donna Troy, and along the way, Rachel continues to unearth the terrifying extent of her powers, learning that the path to becoming a hero is through seeking balance.

  • Koriand’r, known as Starfire, is an extraterrestrial princess from the planet Tamaran. Originally sent to Earth to destroy Raven, Kory instead joins the newly-reformed Titans team to protect her. In Season 3, Starfire comes face-to-face with her sister Blackfire and, in the process, uncovers the disturbing secrets of her former life and family on Tamaran. On Earth, she goes by the name Kory Anders. 

  • Blackfire is the younger sister of Starfire whose deepest desire is to rule as the Queen of Tamaran, first appearing in Season 2. Having always felt inferior to other royal Tamaraneans because she lacked the ability of fire, Blackfire remains antagonistic and bitter towards her more naturally powerful sister. Season 3 explores the roots of their fractured relationship, and the role that Blackfire will have on the Titans’ mission in Gotham.

  • Conner, known as Subject 13, is a genetic clone created by Lex Luthor’s Cadmus Laboratories. Composed of both Superman and the villainous Luthor himself, Conner is in a constant battle with the compulsions and powers of both. Season 3 takes him from the safety of San Francisco to the darkness of Gotham, which brings to light just how dangerous the duality within him is.

  • Jason Todd is the second crime-fighting Robin under Batman. More ruthless and hostile than his predecessor, Dick, Jason’s past life was as a troubled kid on the streets. In Season 2, Jason is aggravated by betrayals and disappointments – while Bruce removes him from his role as Robin, Jason is also betrayed by Deathstroke’s daughter, Rose Wilson, who he had grown close to before she reveals she had been working as a spy. Season 3 finds Jason still struggling to trust those around him and struggling to believe in the power within himself. Determined to overcome the fear that has been built up from his past and prove himself as a hero in his own right, Jason sets off on his own to take down one of Gotham’s most infamous villains.  

  • Tim Drake is a streetwise kid who's managed to grow up on the toughest streets without losing his indelible belief in heroism. His easy-going demeanor is backed up by a near-genius mind; a natural detective with a perception of detail far beyond his years. As a great admirer of Batman and Robin from afar, his life is changed forever upon the Titans’ arrival in Gotham. 

  • Dick Grayson, known as Nightwing, is the vigilante leader of the Titans. Having initially reconvened the Titans team to protect Rachel Roth in Season 1, Dick relentlessly wrestles with his role as their leader and as a superhero. In Season 3, Dick’s return to Gotham challenges him to come into his own as Nightwing and his legacy as Batman’s first crime-fighting partner, Robin.

  • Stepping into her father’s shoes as the new Gotham City Police Commissioner, Barbara is focused on paving her own way. The former Batgirl was shot and paralyzed by the Joker, and ever since has had a combative relationship with Bruce Wayne, Dick Grayson, and all superheroes. Her values and career are threatened by Dick’s return to Gotham, as old feelings and new enemies come between them.

  • Season 2 ends with the death of Donna Troy, a half-Amazon that was taken under the wing of fellow Amazonian Diana, becoming her partner, Wonder Girl. Donna later befriends Dick Grayson, and is part of the original Titans team. This season, trapped between life and death, Donna’s fate is revealed as she embarks on her own journey to discover her place in the world.

  • Dawn Granger is the second Dove, coming after Hank’s half-brother Don who was killed in an accident. As part of the original Titans team, Dawn has a storied history with both Dick and Hank. At the end of Season 2, Hawk and Dove agree they must keep fighting together without being romantically involved, and their journey as a fighting duo continues to be challenged by the tragedies that await in Gotham.

  • Gar Logan is an animal shapeshifter who acquired his powers when the scientist Niles Caulder injected him with a drug to save his life. He is part of Dick’s newly re-formed Titans team to protect Rachel in Season 1, and remains fiercely loyal to his crime-fighting friends. In Season 3, Gar struggles to keep the Titans together as they face the threats in Gotham and the dark impulses within themselves.

  • Hank Hall, known as Hawk, is part of a vigilante duo with Dove. He’s an aggressive member of the original Titans team who remains tortured by his troubled past. Representing the true human cost of crime-fighting, Hank has drifted in and out of retirement, always being pulled back into the fight by the emergence of old and new threats.

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