Good news for Titans viewers outside the US, the DC superhero series' return for season 2 will be heading for international release on Netflix.
Netflix announced the news on Twitter, along with a short promo teaser.
While international viewers will get the Netflix treatment, people inside the US will only be able to stream the series exclusively on DC Universe.
The superhero series that brings together the iconic characters from its animated counterpart Teen Titans, ventures into psychological themes putting into question what heroic acts might really mean in a realistic world, and how the youthful characters could really have coped with it in a real way.
After a cliffhanger for the season finale, plus an after-credits teaser that gives a glimpse of another young superhero to join the series, fans probably couldn't contain their excitement for the next season. But that has got to wait.
Although the plans for its release has been circulated, the series is expected to begin filming on March, wrapping up the production on September. So fans still have some waiting time to do before getting their second season of Titans.
Titans stars Brenton Thwaites, Anna Diop, Ryan Potter, Teagan Croft, Alan Ritchson, Minka Kelly, Curran Walters, and Conor Leslie. It is created by Greg Berlanti, Akiva Goldsman, and Geoff Johns.
To those who haven't watched it yet, stream the first season of Titans on Netflix here.