Face it, the super-serious superhero genre is played out. Moody, brooding action heroes are about as entertaining as an old sock. What if heroes were a tad goofier? Teen Titans Go! takes this concept and runs with it.
Robin, Cyborg, Starfire, Raven, and Beast Boy are quite the crime-fighting team. Like a bunch of teenagers sharing an apartment in Jump City, things aren’t as cut and dry as when they’re facing off against bad guys. Roommates, am I right? The show trades a good chunk of the action for comedy, and frankly, it is better for it. And if you’re a DC superfan, you can be sure to find more than a handful of deep-cut jokes and references. If you blink, you’ll miss them.
Here’s everything you need to know to stream Teen Titans Go!
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What is Teen Titans Go!?
- Launched: April 2013
- Channel: Cartoon Network
- Genre: Animated superhero action-comedy
- Starring: Scott Menville as Robin, Billy Numerous, Birdarang, Detective Chimp, and Killer Moth, Hyden Walch as Starfire, Blackfire, Madame Rouge, Sparkleface, Khary Parton as Cyborg, Zan, Sticky Joe, Couch Spirit, and Universe Tree, and Haloween Spirit, Tara Strong as Raven, Silkie, Jayna, Batgirl, and Butterbean, Greg Cipes as Beast Boy and Puppet Wizard
- Seasons: 8
- Status: Pending
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The original show bearing the name Teen Titans ran on Cartoon Network from 2003 to 2006 but had a much more action bent to it. The show was revived under a new name and went in a more comedic route when it premiered in 2013. Teen Titans first appeared in comic book form in 1964 in The Brave and the Bold #64.
What the critics are saying
- “The cartoon world can never have too many weird, colorful, neurotic, lovable and semi-functional odd families. Welcome back, Teen Titans.” –David Hinkley, New York Daily News
- “The series is a straight-up comedy as compared to the superheroic dramas that preceded it on DC Nation, but despite its kid-friendly design and approach, it’s also pretty fun for the older set too.” –Scott Collura, IGN Movies
Where to stream Teen Titans Go!
There are a number of ways to get access to Cartoon Network and stream Teen Titans Go! and other Cartoon Network shows live.
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