One of the most popular Netflix series around the world is not even streaming on the US platform. In other countries, Netflix owns the streaming rights to Titans, a DC Comics adaptation available on HBO Max here in the US. The show is so popular that it didn’t even need American audiences to reach number five on Netflix’s Top 10 TV Shows list this week. .
Season 3 of Titans aired from August 12 to October 21 on HBO Max, with the entire season now available to stream. It is available in many countries on Netflix, including Canada, the Bahamas, Brazil, Guadeloupe, Jamaica, Martinique, and Trinidad and Tobago, all of which are on the top 10 list of TVs right now according to Netflix. It’s also on the Top 10 TV list in parts of Europe, including Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, as well as parts of Africa, such as Kenya., Mauritius, Nigeria, Reunion. and South Africa. In Asia it tops the charts for Bahrain, Cyprus, Kuwait and the Maldives, while in Oceania it tops the charts for Australia, New Caledonia and New Zealand.
No wonder the Titans decisively dominate Netflix – here in the States, it’s been just as popular on HBO Max. It helps that the series will be instantly familiar to most TV viewers, whether they’re familiar with DC Comics or not, as two versions of Teen Titans have made successful animated TV shows in recent years.
Titans is a grittier and braver version of those same characters and stories. It starts with some of the main champions who have re-established the Titans without qualifying as the Teen and set out to show they can achieve more together. The lineup changes occasionally, but it includes Robin (Brenton Thwaites), better known here as Nightwing, Starfire (Anna Diop), Raven (Teagan Croft), and Beast Boy (Ryan Potter).
Titans premiered in 2018 on the DC Universe streaming app, which was absorbed into HBO Max after the 2019 season premiere. Season 3 was the first to premiere exclusively on HBO Max, so some fans might be surprised by the WarnerMedia license He has Netflix abroad.
The series’ winning streak isn’t slowing down any time soon. In October, the producers announced that they had been chosen for a fourth season at the annual DC FanDome virtual event. It is not known when it will premiere, but in the meantime, seasons 1-3 of Titans are now broadcasting on HBO Max in the US.