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Teen Titans (TV Series)
This page contains a list of all episodes in the television series.
If you have found an episode that is not seen on this page, please add it to this list, and the appropriate Season's list.

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Summary

Teen Titans was a half-hour animated television series airing on the Cartoon Network from August of 2003 until January of 2006. The series was loosely based on the original Marv Wolfman & George Pérez run on New Teen Titans, but aimed at a younger target audience. The series blended traditional American animation with Eastern influences making it a unique and often underappreciated addition to the Warner Bros. DC Heroes line-up. The Teen Titans series was inclusive to its own continuity, and did not seem to explicitly share the same reality as other programs such as, Justice League Unlimited, Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series and Static Shock. In September of 2006, Cartoon Network aired the first Teen Titans animated movie entitled, Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo.

Theme Song

The theme song for the Teen Titans animated series was written and composed by Japanese performers Ami Onuki and Yumi Yoshimura. Onuki and Yoshimura are famous within Japanese anime circles and the track "Teen Titans Go!" was released on their 2003 album NICE. The song has been released both in its original Japanese as well as an English translation, both of which have been featured on alternating episodes of the Teen Titans. It is interesting to note that episodes in which the theme is sung in Japanese are intended to be comedic and funny, while the ones sung in English are intended to have a more serious tone.

Principal Cast

Character Actor/Actress
RobinScott Menville
Beast BoyGreg Cipes
CyborgKhary Payton
RavenTara Strong
StarfireHynden Walch

Episodes

Season One

Episode Air Date
"Final Exam" July 19, 2003
"Sisters" July 26, 2003
"Divide and Conquer" August 2, 2003
"Forces of Nature" August 16, 2003
"The Sum of His Parts" August 23, 2003
"Nevermore" August 30, 2003
"Switched" September 6, 2003
"Deep Six" September 13, 2003
"Masks" September 20, 2003
"Mad Mod" September 27, 2003
"Car Trouble" October 4, 2003
"Apprentice, Part I" October 11, 2003
"Apprentice, Part II" November 11, 2003

Season Two

Episode Air Date
"How Long Is Forever" January 10, 2004
"Every Dog Has His Day" January 17, 2004
"Terra" January 24, 2004
"Only Human" January 31, 2004
"Fear Itself" February 7, 2004
"Date With Destiny" February 14, 2004
"Transformation" February 21, 2004
"Titan Rising" February 28, 2004
"Winner Take All " March 6, 2004
"Betrayal" July 31, 2004
"Fractured" August 7, 2004
"Aftershock, Part I" August 14, 2004
"Aftershock, Part II" August 21, 2004

Season Three

Episode Air Date
"Deception" August 28, 2004
"X" September 4, 2004
"Betrothed " September 11, 2004
"Crash" September 18, 2004
"Haunted" October 2, 2004
"Spellbound" October 9, 2004
"Revolution" October 16, 2004
"Wavelength" October 23, 2004
"The Beast Within" October 30, 2004
"Can I Keep Him?" November 6, 2004
"Bunny Raven, or How to Make a Titananimal Disappear" January 8, 2005
"Titans East, Part I" January 14, 2005
"Titans East, Part II" January 22, 2005

Season Four

Episode Air Date
"Episode 257-494" January 17, 2005
"The Quest" January 29, 2005
"Birthmark" February 5, 2005
"Cyborg the Barbarian" February 12, 2005
"Employee of the Month" February 19, 2005
"TROQ" May 9, 2005
"The Prophecy" June 4, 2005
"Stranded" June 11, 2005
"Overdrive" June 18, 2005
"Mother Mae-Eye" June 25, 2005
"The End, Part I" July 2, 2005
"The End, Part II" July 9, 2005
"The End, Part III" July 16, 2005

Season Five

Episode Air Date
"Homecoming, Part I" September 24, 2005
"Homecoming, Part II" October 1, 2005
"Trust" October 8, 2005
"For Real" October 15, 2005
"Snowblind" October 28, 2005
"Kole" November 5, 2005
"Hide and Seek" November 11, 2005
"Lightspeed" December 3, 2005
"Revved Up" December 10, 2005
"Go!" December 17, 2005
"Calling All Titans" January 7, 2006
"Titans Together" January 14, 2006
"Things Change" January 16, 2006

Bonus Episode

Notes

  • The second and fourth seasons of the show, were based on 2 plots that were in the New Teen Titans comics. Season two was based on the "Judas Contract" story arc, and season four was based on the "Terror of Trigon" story arc.

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