DC's 'Titans' Show Will Be On Netflix In International Countries

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If you want to watch the new DC TV show called 'Titans', you need to subscribe to the DC Universe streaming app if you live in the USA. If you live outside of the country though, you'll be able to watch 'Titans' on Netflix.

As reported by Variety, countries outside of the USA and China should be able to watch Titans on Netflix. This is good news for DC fans since you don't have to pay for an extra streaming service.

This is kind of bad news for American viewers because you need to play $7.99 per month extra on DC Universe in order to see the show legally.

As for China, they will miss out on seeing the show because Netflix is not available in that country.

Titans will premiere on October 12th, 2018 and people have been vocal about the series already.

Aside from Robin, fans are upset about the appearances of the other three main heroes. Starfire, Beast Boy and Raven don't look like their usual comic book counterparts.

It's also worth mentioning the show lacks Cyborg, although there are other characters that will be in the show instead.

Batman is said to make an appearance in the show at some point, but it will only be for a short cameo.

Titans will have 11 episodes and all of them will be on the DC Universe app or on Netflix depending on where you live.

Hopefully the series is good, because things aren't looking good for it so far judging by the recent trailers!

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