Titans (2018– )
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Donna Troy 

Kory's memories are beginning to return. Rachel bonds with her mother. Dick seeks out an old friend for guidance.


David Frazee




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Brenton Thwaites ... Dick Grayson
Anna Diop ... Kory Anders
Teagan Croft ... Rachel Roth
Ryan Potter ... Gar Logan
Conor Leslie ... Donna Troy
Rachel Nichols ... Angela Azarath
Damian Walshe-Howling ... Graham Norris
Tomaso Sanelli ... Young Dick Grayson
Andi Hubick Andi Hubick ... Young Donna Troy
James Hawksley ... Jerry Ridley
Anders Yates ... Paul
Shahi Teruko Shahi Teruko ... Art Gallery Guest
Jung-Yul Kim Jung-Yul Kim ... Huge Man
Jerry Schaefer Jerry Schaefer ... Train Conductor
Vanessa Jackson ... FBI Agent #1


As the Titans disband to go their separate ways, Dick decides to turn to old friend and investigative journalist, Donna Troy aka Wonder Girl, for answers. When he's soon embroiled in her undercover investigation of a crime syndicate, he realizes that past events have taken more of a psychological toll than he previously imagined. Meanwhile, seeing Kory's distress over her inability to recover her identity, Rachel attempts to use her powers to heal Kory's memory - with unintended and frightening consequences. Written by Warner Bros

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Release Date:

30 November 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Donna Troy See more »

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The establishing shot of the train is of a TGV Atlantique. See more »


Dick Grayson: I wonder what the Penguin is up to right now?
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References Crocodile Dundee (1986) See more »


Touch Too Much
Written by Bon Scott, Angus Young and Malcolm Young
Performed by AC/DC
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Solid show that improves per episode, but struggles to stand on it's own feet.
9 February 2019 | by Jarl86See all my reviews

The show is undeniably beating down critics with solid characters, actors and a driven plotline, even if it derails a little from time to time.

It just needs to let go of the world everyone knows it's connected to, but never fully adapts. They namedrop the DC greats time and again, as if it needs to remind the audience who these kids/youngsters are. "Diana" this and "Bruce" that defeats the purpose of knowing who Donna and Dick are.

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