There are are ton of things for Teen Titans fans to be excited about right now. The Teen Titans Go! offshoot has a movie in theaters, and the gritty, live-action Titans series is set to bring the superhero team to life in a couple of months. But most exciting of all are the rumblings of a reboot of the original Teen Titans animated series. You heard right: the Teen Titans might just be returning in the form that most TV viewers know them best. The Teen Titans series that aired on The WB and Cartoon Network from 2003 to 2006 is perhaps the most widely known and beloved iteration of the teenaged superhero team. The series walked the line between goofiness and grittiness, showing Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven, and Beast Boy fighting supervillains in order to save the world. The show lasted for five seasons, but its currently-airing spinoff series Teen Titans Go! was not as well received by the original series fans, since the spinoff eschewed all darkness and drama to focus solely on silliness, aiming for a younger demographic. But fans have the Teen Titans Go! offshoot to thank for the possible return of the original Teen Titans for a long-awaited sixth season.
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6teen is a Canadian animated sitcom originally produced by Nelvana, with the final season produced by Fresh TV. It premiered on November 7, 2004 on Teletoon. In the United States, the series first premiered on Nickelodeon on December 18, 2005, and was removed from the schedule on May 13, 2006. The show later relaunched on Cartoon Network in 2008.[not in citation given] With the first 78 episodes and both 45-minute-long specials produced by Nelvana, 6teen ended with a total of four seasons of 95 22-minute-long episodes (including two one-hour specials). The series finale aired on February 11, 2010 and included an acoustic version of the theme song by Brian Melo. DVD and iTunes releases have been made in both Canada and the United States, and the entire series is available on the streaming service Tubi TV. A special reunion voting PSA titled "Vote, Dude!" was released on September 12, 2018, with the original cast reprising their respective roles.
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