Original Teen Titans Series Could See a Revival

On one condition.

The original series of Teen Titans could see a revival if the Teen Titans GO! movie is a success.

Tara Strong, AKA the voice of Raven, revealed that if the upcoming Teen Titans GO! to the Movies does well at the box office then we could see the return of the original series.

The original Teen Titans series ran on Cartoon Network from 2003 to 2006, even producing a movie – Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo. Despite an avid fan following the show was cancelled, with producer David Slack explaining on Twitter he had been given various reasons for the termination including poor ratings and claims Mattel wanted the show “dead” as Bandai Namco owned the show’s toy deal.

Following the success of DC Nation’s New Teen Titans shorts, a spin-off series, Teen Titans GO! premiered in 2013. However, the show is less much less serious than its predecessor, focusing more on the lives of the teenage superheroes and their comedic adventures than action-packed story lines.

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Whether we see a revival of the original series depends on the success of Teen Titan GO!’s first theatrical film, due for release next month. Teen Titans GO! to the Movies sees the pimply heroes on a quest to star in their own movie after learning that pretty much every DC character has one. Unfortunately, nobody takes them seriously, so they set out to create their own nemesis.

Teen Titans GO! to the Movies hits theatres on 27 July.

Vic is a freelance news writer for IGN. Often found force-feeding people The Sims or gifting PlayerUnknown potato bread. You can follow her on Twitter.

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