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Starfire shares alien cuisine with her "Teen Titans Go!" teammates and Wonder Woman channels her inner 1970s California private eye TV show in a pair of new DC Nation clips.
In a clip from the next episode of Cartoon Network's "Teen Titans Go!," Robin decides he needs to level up and gain super powers by whatever means necessary. Check out the video and pics here!
When Robin, Cyborg and Beast Boy won’t let Starfire and Raven come along on their "Boys Night Out,” the girls spring Jinx from prison and celebrate on their own. "Teen Titans Go!" airs Tuesdays at 7:30 PM.
Cartoon Network has renewed the animated "Teen Titans Go!" for a second season. The series has been the networks number one show on Tuesday nights among kids and boys since it debuted.
Snyder & Goyer onboard for "Man of Steel" sequel! "Star Wars" plot rumors begin to circulate! Who is Karen Gillen playing in "Guardians of the Galaxy?" Plus, "Archie" and more.
In a new clip from next Tuesday's episode of Cartoon Network's "Teen Titans Go!," Beast Boy attempts to wrest control of the team from Robin while the rest of the Titans happily play along.
Starfire's pet, Silkie, discovers true love south of the border in a new clip from next week's episode of Cartoon Network and DC Nation's "Teen Titans Go!"
In a clip from the next episode of Cartoon Network's "Teen Titans Go!," Beast Boy pretends to be a ghost haunting Starfire so she will do his bidding. Check out the video and pics here!
Cartoon Network has released video clips and images from next week's all-new "Teen Titans Go!" episode, featuring Robin and Starfire's blossoming romance and double trouble for Cyborg and Beast Boy.
The first trailer for "Thor: The Dark World" hits! Ophilia Lovibond joins the "Guardians of the Galaxy" cast! Downey Jr. and Cheadle look past "Iron Man 3!" Plus, "Amazing Spider-Man" and more!
"Teen Titans Go!" producers Michael Jelenic and Aaron Horvath discuss taking the teen heroes in a comedic direction, reuniting with the original series' voice cast and more. Plus, a 7-year-old's review of the first episode!
"The Wolverine" gets split down the middle in new poster! Is Ted Kord set for an appearance on "Arrow?" Check out how the kill effects get made in "The Walking Dead!" Plus, "R.I.P.D." and more!
Producers Michael Jelenic and Aaron Horvath discuss the return of the Teen Titans to Cartoon Network while actors Khary Payton and Greg Cipes offer thoughts on returning to the characters and the Titans' popularity.
Showrunners Michael Jelenic & Aaron Horvath and voice actors Greg Cipes and Khary Payton were joined by WB Animation’s Sam Register to discuss the latest animated incarnation of the teen heroes.
Warner Bros. Animation has released a preview of Cartoon Network's "Teen Titan Go!" that was screened over the weekend at WonderCon in Anaheim. The series debuts April 23.
At WonderCon's DC 101 panel, SVP John Cunningham and writer Scott Lobdell teased animated Vertigo adaptations and highlighted upcoming movies & TV shows while facing off with "Teen Wolf" fans.
Cartoon Network has released the first promo spot for "Teen Titans Go!," which premieres April 23 as part of the cable channel's DC Nation programming block.
Warner Bros. has released new images for "Teen Titans Go!" and "Beware the Batman," which will replace "Young Justice" and "Green Lantern: The Animated Series" on Cartoon Network’s DC Nation programming block.
"Teen TItans Go!" and "Beware the Batman" will replace "Young Justice" and "Green Lantern: The Animated Series" on Cartoon Network according to the network's announced Fall schedule. UPDATE: "Green Lantern" producer confirms cancellation.
"Teen Titans Go!" executive producers Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic discuss their upcoming DC Nation show, reuniting the original "Titans" voice cast and their new, broader comedic take on the teen heroes.
The creators behind "Teen Titans Go!" and "Beware The Batman" spoke with fans and showcase the upcoming Cartoon Network shows as part of CCI's Kevin Smith-hosted DC Nation panel.
More than six years after the end of Cartoon Network’s popular "Teen Titans" animated series, the team will return in a new half-hour show as part of the cable channel’s DC Nation programming block.
Khary Payton, the voice of Aqualad on “Young Justice,” spoke with CBR TV about voicing the young hero, returning to the role of Cyborg for Teen Titans shorts and the current status of FX's "Powers" pilot.