Season 2 has been out for a while, and season 3 will also be coming exclusively to DC Universe this year. Here's everything you need to know about the show so far, along with all the news, casting info, and trailers. 

When is season 3 airing?

DC Universe has already confirmed that a third season of the show is on the way, and due some time in Fall 2020:

Where can I watch Titans season 2?

Netflix has the global rights to Titans outside the US (and China) so as long as you have a Netflix subscription you can still watch it if you're not American. Season 2 is now available on Netflix UK, and you can watch it here

If you're in the US, Titans season 2 has already aired in the US on the DC Universe streaming platform, which costs $7.99 per month, and also includes a selection of classic DC TV shows and films along with digital comics and bonuses like store discounts and special giveaways.

If you want to check out what other exclusive shows that DC Universe has, but you're not in the US, check out our guide to accessing DC Universe from outside the US

How to watch Titans without DC Universe

If you're in the US you might want to watch Titans season 2 but balk at the $7.99 monthly fee - which you'll have to pay for three full months if you want to watch the full show as it airs. The good news is that you can watch Titans without a DC Universe subscription - you'll just need a VPN and a Netflix account.

You just need to use a VPN and set the server to a country that has the show on Netflix - you might as well use the UK - and then you can access UK Netflix and watch Titans without paying extra for DC Universe.

Check out our guide to the best VPNs for streaming video if you want a VPN recommendation - or just go straight to NordVPN, currently our top choice.

Note that while this isn't illegal, it is against Netflix's terms and conditions, and so the company technically could revoke your account - but it's very unlikely to. Proceed at your own risk.

How many episodes are there?

Each season of Titans includes 11 episodes, each of which release weekly on DC Universe, rather than the whole season arriving at once.

Watch the trailers

There haven't been any trailers for season three yet, but you can revisit the season two trailer if you want to jog your memory:

Who's in the cast?

The main cast from the last season will likely be making a return: Brenton Thwaites as Robin, Alan Ritchson as Hawk, Minka Kelly as Dove, Chelsea Zhang as Ravager, and Joshua Orpin as Superboy. Damaris Lewis has also been upgraded to a regular as Blackfire, and we'd be surprised not to see more from Curran Walters as Jason Todd.

Beyond that it's all speculation, and we're not sure who might return (or resurrect) or what new parts the show's creators might have planned.