Director Boris Mojsovski revealed that the forthcoming fourth season of HBO Max’s DC series Titans would last twelve episodes.
While the fourth season of Titans will be the first to have precisely 12 episodes, this number is consistent with prior seasons. Titans Season 1 consisted of 11 episodes, while Seasons 2 and 3 each featured 13 episodes. HBO Max seems to keep a lid on difference for Season 4 here and now.
Titans, a series adapted from DC Comics’ Teen Titans comic books, began to air on the now-defunct DC Universe streaming service on October 12, 2018, with Season 1 airing until December 21, 2018. For a second season on DC Universe, which aired from September 6, 2019 through November 29, 2019, the show was back on the air. Later, the Titans made the move to HBO Max, where Season 3 will air from August 12 through Oct. 21, 2021. Titans has been renewed for a fourth season by HBO Max, which was announced before of the Season 3 finale. Season 3’s production began to be in the works only a few days ago, on February 28, according to series writer Richard Hatem.
A number of new faces, featuring Franka Potente Joseph Morgan, and Lisa Ambalavanar also join Season 4’s cast as the roles of Mother Mayhem, Brother Blood, and Jinx, respectively. In other words, when their show returns with fresh episodes, the Titans will confront a slew of new rivals. Having said that, the release date of new season has yet been set.