Warner Bro. has confirmed that the television series, “Teen Titans,” is still in the works, and will premiere in the first half of 2018, on Cartoon Network.

For the first time, the “Teen Titans” franchise is making the jump into live-action. Warner Bros. made the headlines with a “Titans” series in 2014, which was aired on Cartoon Network. That show was produced and directed by Greg Berlanti (The Flash, Supergirl), and scripted by Akiva Goldsman (Star Trek: Discovery).

About ‘Teen Titans’

Teen Titans” features some of the most popular DC Comics heroes, including Raven, Starfire, and Dick Grayson.

It’s impossible to predict how much work is left as the officials refused to give more details. However, the executive producer, Akiva Goldsman, says that “Teen Titans” is an engaging story of several classmates who protect the world from criminals.

The story is inspired by a novel of the same name by George Perez and Marv Wolfman. Cartoon Network ordered new episodes of “Titans” in August 216. “Teen Titans” is one of the most famous television shows. During its run, the original series received two Annie Awards and three Motion Picture Sound Editors Awards.

Five friends, Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven, and Beast Boy, find that several aliens have landed the planet from Tamaran. They are about to destroy the human colonies, so the friends stop them from this evil mission.

But it’s not an easy task, Starfire and Raven are at the risk of losing their lives.

Early responses to the project

Cartoon Network Vice President Sam Register said in a statement that the show would premiere in a unique style. Rotten Tomatoes has given it 4 out of 10 scores based on fourteen reviews. On Metacritic, it has a score of 52 out of 100 based on fifty reviews from mainstream critics.

Roger Ebert at the Chicago Sun-Times has called it “a series that will break the records of previous blockbusters.” Richard Corliss of Time has considered it a “show with an unpredictable story.”

Warner Bros.

is a famous American company, with its headquarters in California. It is one of the most prominent members of Motion Picture Association of America. In October 2007, the studio included “Peanuts” and “Teen Titans” to its list of future projects.

Some of its highest-grossing projects are “The Dark Knight,” “Harry Potter,” “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” “The Matrix Reloaded,” “The Lego Movie,” and “Gravity.”