Warner Bros. Confirms TEEN TITANS GO! vs. TEEN TITANS in 2019

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Thanks to a leak from the Blu-Ray teaser for Teen Titans Go! to the Movies, a return of the original animated Teen Titans could be on the way (and, no, not these Titans).

From the looks of the teaser (below), the crossover, in conjunction with Teen Titans Go!, doesn’t look like it will be the much-anticipated sixth season, which fans have continuously pined for, but rather, a mashup of the Titans and their more-animated counterparts. With Cartoon Network having brought back numerous shows, following premature cancellations, including Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Young Justice and Samurai Jack, it would just make sense to bring back this series, especially since the post-credit scene from the Teen Titans Go! to the Movies featured the Titans announcing that they had indeed, ‘Found a way back’.

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As you can see, the teaser features both show’s opening sequences and ends with the graphic, Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans. No further information has been given regarding the project, so fans are left wondering if this will be a movie, short or even a series, but iO9 did validate the leak with Warner Bros., and it is set to launch in 2019. Keep an eye out for more news as it comes.

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Are you one of the devoted fans that have been waiting for the return of Teen Titans? What other series would you like to see brought back? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Michael is a New England native and fluent in Italian. He graduated with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism (RTVF) from Auburn University. He is a BIG fan of the Boston sports scene, X-Men and X-Force. He loves his black lab (named Yaz), pop culture, science, space and gaming. He's also a crossfitter, paddleboarder and marathoner.
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