Final Titans Episodes Get Release Date — Trailer Teases Domestic #Dickory, New Robin and a Super-Bloody Alliance

The end of Titans will begin in mid-April, it was announced on Wednesday by HBO Max.

The final stretch of the superhero team-up series’ fourth and now final season will kick off Thursday, April 13, with two episodes, followed by weekly releases through May 11.

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HBO Max also shared a first look at Tim Drake’s (Jay Lycurgo) Robin supersuit, created by costume designer Laura Jean (“LJ”) Shannon; a poster for the farewell run (below); and the trailer above, which reveals where at least a few of the Titans blipped away to in the midseason finale and hints at an eeeevil alliance between Brother Blood (Joseph Morgan) and Conner Kent Luthor (Joshua Orpin).

In the mid-season premiere, the Titans — with the exception of Gar (Ryan Potter) — are returned to the place they had vanished, the Temple of Trigon, only to find Sebastian and Mother Mayhem (Franka Potente) are no longer there. The Titans rush to find them before Sebastian summons his father Trigon, their pursuit leading them to a mysterious town whose populace is hiding a deep secret.

Along the way, the Titans come across a prophecy that may require Kory (Anna Diop) to make a huge sacrifice to save the world, but Dick’s (Brenton Thwaites) feelings for Kory surface and he refuses to let her die.

In the final episodes, the Titans enter into an epic battle to save both Kory and the world…. Gar goes on a quest of self-discovery, attempting to find his true purpose and to save his friends…. and Rachel (Teagan Croft) embraces darker powers while Conner, struggling with his Lex Luthor side, goes his own way to defeat Sebastian. Amidst all that, Tim and STAR Labs guru Bernard’s (James Scully) growing feelings for each other become increasingly difficult to resist, and when Bernard’s life is threatened, Tim finally becomes the hero he has always strived to be.

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