Teen Titans

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  • TV-Y7-FV
  • 2003
  • 5 Seasons
  • 7.9  (28,808)

Teen Titans is a hyper-stylized, character-driven, American cartoon produced for Cartoon Network that covers the exploits of one version of the DC comics "super teen super team." The series lasted an impressive five seasons and sixty-five episodes. This team is led by Robin, the former ward of the legendary Batman. Robin leads Cyborg (an African-American cyborg with the real name of Vic Stone), Beast Boy (an always-green shapeshifter limited to animal forms), Starfire (a powerhouse alien princess with powers including flight and energy blasts), and Raven (an emotionally sterile empath with mystical powers) in a quest to save their home city of West Coast City. As the series progresses, new members are added to the team (enough to create a branch team, Titans East, and later a global organization) and recurring threats beyond a simple villain-of-the-week formula make themselves known. One notable addition to the team, Terra (a geokinetic able to manipulate earth, stone, and metal), proved to be an unstable girl used by Slade (see below) to defeat the Teen Titans from the inside out. The recurring antagonists of the show include Control Freak (an overweight teenager whose crimes and weapons are based on cult television shows), Overload (a malevolent circuit board capable of harnessing and controlling electronic and technological devices), Mumbo (a blue-skinned criminal with a stage magician motif and a magic hat that leads into an extradimensional space), Red X (voiced by the same actor as Robin, considered an evil counterpart of Robin and quite an adept tactician and fighter), and the Puppet King (a sentient marionette with a thing for capturing and replacing souls, he also has a sinister voice akin to Peter Lorre). The most menacing of them all, simply known as Slade (implied to be Slade Wilson, better known to comics fans as Deathstroke the Terminator) has been a constant threat to the Teen Titans, even from beyond the grave. Slade has an especially keen interest in corrupting Robin to his side. Not only does Slade possess impressive martial arts and weapons training, he later becomes a demonic thrall.

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Seasons
Mo' Money Mo' Problems
16. Mo' Money Mo' Problems
June 25, 2018
The Titans make Robin give them a tour of Wayne Manor and discover how fun it is to be rich.
Rocks and Water
15. Rocks and Water
March 10, 2015
Summary not available
Dude Relax / Laundry Day
14. Dude Relax / Laundry Day
May 14, 2013
Summary not available
Things Change
13. Things Change
January 16, 2006
The Titans are finally home, but a lot of things have changed. When Beast Boy sees Terra, he tries everything to make her remember. After hearing the words "thing change" from her, Beast Boy now has to face the fact that they change.
Titans Together
12. Titans Together
January 14, 2006
The Brotherhood of Evil has captured every hero around the globe. Except one....
Calling All Titans
11. Calling All Titans
January 7, 2006
The Titans traveled around the world one by one, to deliver T-walkie talkies to other members so they can defeat the Brotherhood of Evil. But I think this went the other way around.
Go
10. Go
December 17, 2005
Returning to the origin of how the Teen Titans first met. Starfire, after being chased to Earth, meets up with the other future Titans to deal with her pursuers.
Revved Up
9. Revved Up
December 10, 2005
Ding Dong Daddy has stole Robin's most prized possession. So what happens when other villains decide to try and get it?
Lightspeed
8. Lightspeed
December 3, 2005
HIVE Five are now taking over the city, with the Titans all over the globe. So what happens when a new hero ruins the fun?
Hide and Seek
7. Hide and Seek
November 11, 2005
Raven is stuck watching over 3 young heroes. She has to take them to a place where they would be safe. But what's with Mr. Mallah following them?
Kole
6. Kole
November 5, 2005
The Titans meet a girl name Kole and her friend, Gnarck. When Dr. Light kidnaps Kole to use her as a crystal to become more powerful, can the Titans now stop a very powerful Dr. Light?
Snowblind
5. Snowblind
October 28, 2005
In Russia there is a monster crazed for energy destroying parts of towns. All the blame is pinned on Red Star but is he really the one doing all the horrible things?
For Real
4. For Real
October 15, 2005
Control Freak has the Ultimate Test for the Teen Titans, but it doesn't work against Titans East. So he comes up with challenges that Titans East can't beat. Have Titans East met their match?
Trust
3. Trust
October 8, 2005
Robin has a plan to defeat the Brotherhood of Evil, but is he endangering every Titan around the world?
Homecoming (2)
2. Homecoming (2)
October 1, 2005
Beast Boy is back with his team to try to stop the Brotherhood of Evil, once and for all.
Homecoming (1)
1. Homecoming (1)
September 24, 2005
Beast Boy gets a call that the Doom Patrol is in trouble, so he and the Titans must take action and free Beast boy's "parents."
Description

Teen Titans is a hyper-stylized, character-driven, American cartoon produced for Cartoon Network that covers the exploits of one version of the DC comics "super teen super team." The series lasted an impressive five seasons and sixty-five episodes. This team is led by Robin, the former ward of the legendary Batman. Robin leads Cyborg (an African-American cyborg with the real name of Vic Stone), Beast Boy (an always-green shapeshifter limited to animal forms), Starfire (a powerhouse alien princess with powers including flight and energy blasts), and Raven (an emotionally sterile empath with mystical powers) in a quest to save their home city of West Coast City. As the series progresses, new members are added to the team (enough to create a branch team, Titans East, and later a global organization) and recurring threats beyond a simple villain-of-the-week formula make themselves known. One notable addition to the team, Terra (a geokinetic able to manipulate earth, stone, and metal), proved to be an unstable girl used by Slade (see below) to defeat the Teen Titans from the inside out.

The recurring antagonists of the show include Control Freak (an overweight teenager whose crimes and weapons are based on cult television shows), Overload (a malevolent circuit board capable of harnessing and controlling electronic and technological devices), Mumbo (a blue-skinned criminal with a stage magician motif and a magic hat that leads into an extradimensional space), Red X (voiced by the same actor as Robin, considered an evil counterpart of Robin and quite an adept tactician and fighter), and the Puppet King (a sentient marionette with a thing for capturing and replacing souls, he also has a sinister voice akin to Peter Lorre). The most menacing of them all, simply known as Slade (implied to be Slade Wilson, better known to comics fans as Deathstroke the Terminator) has been a constant threat to the Teen Titans, even from beyond the grave. Slade has an especially keen interest in corrupting Robin to his side. Not only does Slade possess impressive martial arts and weapons training, he later becomes a demonic thrall.

Teen Titans is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (98 episodes). The series first aired on July 19, 2003.

Where to Watch Teen Titans

Teen Titans is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Teen Titans on demand at HBO Max, Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    July 19, 2003
  • IMDB Rating
    7.9  (28,808)