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Teen Titans Go!

Original title: Teen Titans Go!
Robin, Stella Rubia, Cyborg, Corvina, Beast Boy, Silkie, Coso, Terra, Darkseid, Iella, Mammoth
Authors: Michael Jelenic, Aaron Horvath
Production: Warner Bros. Animation, DC Comics
Country: United States

Year: April 23, 2013
Broadcast in Italy: 3 February 2014
Gender: Comedian / Superheroes
Episodes: 156
Duration: 11 minutes
Recommended age: Teenagers aged 13 to 19

After the great audience success on the Channel, go back up Boing (40 of DTT) the action and fun of TEEN TITANS GO! with the new exclusive episodes Prima TV free from 7 December from Monday to Friday at 18.30pm.

One of the most popular cartoon series by children in recent times is without a doubt Teen Titans Go! Made in the United States, it represents a kind of parody of Teen Titans and focuses on the events of a group of teenagers, telling their deeds in a rather demented way.

Born in the USA in 2013, the series is currently broadcast by Cartoon Network in the United States and by Boing in Italy, reaching its third season to date. Produced by Warner Bros and DC Comics, two of the most important producers in the world in terms of cartoons and comics. Up to now, 156 episodes have been made since 23 April 2013, while the first viewing in Italy dates back to 2014.

The main protagonist is Robin, leader of the Teen Titans group and the only one not to have any kind of superpower, even if he defends himself very well thanks to an above-average quality in martial arts. It hides a pinch of madness within itself and has among its flaws a prevailing narcissism and an obvious underlying superficiality. He loves to command always and in any case. For this, he often uses puppets to give her orders without any kind of response.

Stella Rubia The girl Robin is clearly in love with. She reciprocates him, but only up to a certain point. Princess of Taraman and the best character of the series, so much so that she feels guilty every time she is about to tell a lie. Cyborg On the other hand, a perfect link between a human being and a robot, he is the son of a toaster and is in love, reciprocated, with Jinx, a girl who brings bad luck and causes a deep shock to every person she kisses.

Beast Boy He is very close to Cyborg and is madly in love with Corvina. Its peculiarity consists in an innate ability to transform into any animal, including those that are already extinct such as dinosaurs. croaker she also feels something for Beast Boy and is a shy and introverted girl, even if it turns out that these characteristics derive from her cloak. Silky Instead, a small larva very friendly to Stella Rubia and manages to eat much bigger things than him. Among the villains, to report Coso, Terra, Mammoth, Billy Numerous, Brother Blood. In addition, during the animated series there may be several extras also quite well known, such as, for example, Batman, Commissioner Gordon, Joker, Batgirl, Aquaman, Speedy, Nightwing.

These new awaited episodes are even more fun with a language that is always modern, captivating and ironic. Furthermore, the relationships between some characters are consolidated, such as the liaison between Bibi and Corvina and Robin's unrequited love for Stella Rubia. But new characters like Stella Rubia's sister, Stella Nera, also enter. And then, there is no shortage of episodes centered on Acqualad, a clumsy character who is not constantly part of the group.


Teen Titans Go! (TTG) is an American animated series, developed by Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic for Cartoon Network. The series premiered on April 23, 2013 and is based on DC Comics' fictional superhero team. The cartoons were made following the popularity of DC Nation's New Teen Titans shorts. Production companies for the series are DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, with animation being outsourced to Canada at Copernicus Studios and Bardel Entertainment.

With a different animation style, Teen Titans Go! serves as a standalone comic spin-off with little or no continuity with the original Teen Titans series (although some references are included as comic fan service) or any other media in the DC Comics franchise. Many DC characters make cameo appearances and are mentioned in the background. The original lead vocal cast returns to reprise their respective roles. This series explores what the Titans do when they prowl around the tower.

The series first aired on Boomerang from December 1, 2014 to October 2, 2015. It later returned to Boomerang programming on October 26, 2015, but was removed again on April 2, 2017.

A feature film, Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, was released in theaters on July 27, 2018.

In 2021, Cartoon Network announced a spin-off series based on the Night Begins to Shine episodes.


Teen Titans Go! is an animated series that follows the adventures of the young Titans Teen Titans: Beast Boy, Robin, Cyborg, Raven and Starfire. They reside in Jump City when they aren't saving the world as they live together as teenagers with no adults getting in the way. Unlike most other superhero series, situations are comical, insane and parody, for example, youthful jokes reaching new heights of danger, obtaining a driver's license after destroying the Batmobile, or washing suits after staining them when they fight their enemies. The show regularly features characters who appeared in the original series, albeit with reduced roles and / or exaggerated personalities. It also features a greater attachment to the DC Universe in general, with more references to other characters including those from the Justice League, as well as some appearances of Batman and Commissioner Gordon in lighthearted moments.

The show features jokes about the entire library of DC superheroes and characters, many of them at moments when you'll miss a blink, as well as numerous jokes at the expense of the show itself. The show also has several cameo crossovers with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise; specifically the 2012 series, which also featured Greg Cipes and Scott Menville as voice actors. In particular the episode "Truth, Justice and What?" and Teen Titans Go! To the Movies features guest appearances of the Turtles.


The adventures of the legendary Teen Titans Go are back!
From 2 December, Monday to Friday, at 18.50pm on Cartoon Network

The new episodes of TEEN TITANS GO !, the series produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics, land on the first TV on Cartoon Network (channel 607 of Sky).
The appointment is for December 2nd, from Monday to Friday, at 18.50.
In these unpublished episodes, in the name of humor and lightness, the Titans, the anti-heroes par excellence, will be grappling with new tasks and missions.
So many extraordinary adventures for the most irreverent and sympathetic superhero group ever, composed of: Robin, leader of the group who loves to lead the team and, despite not having real super powers, knows martial arts and does not hold back in front of nothing; Stella Rubia, a green-eyed alien girl capable of throwing bursts of energy when she gets angry; Cyborg, half man and half robot who became a superhero following an unsuccessful surgery; Beast Boy, Cyborg's best friend, became a superhero due to a very dangerous disease contracted in the jungle that gave him the ability to transform into any animal; Corvina, a half-demon who always wears a cloak, daughter of the mighty Trigon; and finally Kid Flash, characterized by its supersonic speed.

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