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(Digital Spy)   DC's Titans unveils a new villain for the third season: low viewership. Wait, no, sorry, some Batman villain   (digitalspy.com) divider line
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2021-07-15 8:19:30 AM  
Don't forget having color grading that makes every single episode look like an ugly bruise.
 
2021-07-15 8:47:14 AM  
I watched Titans, and it was ok. I even would have watched the third season.

But now I don't remember it at all and I have no interest in a second viewing.

So I probably won't watch anymore
 
2021-07-15 9:52:57 AM  
First season was pretty decent. Left on a cliffhanger, and did a good job establishing everyone. Second season started and ended a mess.
 
2021-07-15 10:13:58 AM  
I've enjoyed Titans. The second season wasn't as good as the first, but it is still better than 90% of the shiat out there.
 
2021-07-15 10:16:10 AM  
if your show is shot so dark that you can't make out anything further than 2 ft from the camera lens you might as well save the money and effort and just show this.

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2021-07-15 1:09:23 PM  
Eh - I liked it enough that I keep meaning to get to the second season. Feel like the darkness thing was a requirement from on high within WB/DC. But between this, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing, and Star Girl it was a better attempt at a DC Universe than the Snyder movies.
 
2021-07-15 2:04:44 PM  

Wobambo: Eh - I liked it enough that I keep meaning to get to the second season. Feel like the darkness thing was a requirement from on high within WB/DC. But between this, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing, and Star Girl it was a better attempt at a DC Universe than the Snyder movies.


Here's the thing:  farking Doom Patrol is the only one of those shows that acknowledges bright colors exist.

Even Stargirl must be shot through a 1/2 stop Black Mist filter.
 
2021-07-15 2:11:02 PM  

likefunbutnot: Wobambo: Eh - I liked it enough that I keep meaning to get to the second season. Feel like the darkness thing was a requirement from on high within WB/DC. But between this, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing, and Star Girl it was a better attempt at a DC Universe than the Snyder movies.

Here's the thing:  farking Doom Patrol is the only one of those shows that acknowledges bright colors exist.

Even Stargirl must be shot through a 1/2 stop Black Mist filter.


Doom Patrol is interesting (only watched the first season so far) but they've been more interested in storytelling and character development than action like most comic book movies.

/still wish Deadly Class had gotten picked up by someone after SyFy dropped it
 
2021-07-15 3:26:29 PM  

OhioUGrad: likefunbutnot: Wobambo: Eh - I liked it enough that I keep meaning to get to the second season. Feel like the darkness thing was a requirement from on high within WB/DC. But between this, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing, and Star Girl it was a better attempt at a DC Universe than the Snyder movies.

Here's the thing:  farking Doom Patrol is the only one of those shows that acknowledges bright colors exist.

Even Stargirl must be shot through a 1/2 stop Black Mist filter.

Doom Patrol is interesting (only watched the first season so far) but they've been more interested in storytelling and character development than action like most comic book movies.

/still wish Deadly Class had gotten picked up by someone after SyFy dropped it


Deadly Class was freaking awesome.
 
2021-07-15 3:45:05 PM  

Wobambo: OhioUGrad: likefunbutnot: Wobambo: Eh - I liked it enough that I keep meaning to get to the second season. Feel like the darkness thing was a requirement from on high within WB/DC. But between this, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing, and Star Girl it was a better attempt at a DC Universe than the Snyder movies.

Here's the thing:  farking Doom Patrol is the only one of those shows that acknowledges bright colors exist.

Even Stargirl must be shot through a 1/2 stop Black Mist filter.

Doom Patrol is interesting (only watched the first season so far) but they've been more interested in storytelling and character development than action like most comic book movies.

/still wish Deadly Class had gotten picked up by someone after SyFy dropped it

Deadly Class was freaking awesome.


Hell yes, it was! I have been trying to get other people to watch it even though it only lasted one season. I doubt there is any hope of it getting picked back up at this point and don't know how it missed so many people's radar.
 
2021-07-15 10:10:53 PM  

OhioUGrad: Wobambo: OhioUGrad: likefunbutnot: Wobambo: Eh - I liked it enough that I keep meaning to get to the second season. Feel like the darkness thing was a requirement from on high within WB/DC. But between this, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing, and Star Girl it was a better attempt at a DC Universe than the Snyder movies.

Here's the thing:  farking Doom Patrol is the only one of those shows that acknowledges bright colors exist.

Even Stargirl must be shot through a 1/2 stop Black Mist filter.

Doom Patrol is interesting (only watched the first season so far) but they've been more interested in storytelling and character development than action like most comic book movies.

/still wish Deadly Class had gotten picked up by someone after SyFy dropped it

Deadly Class was freaking awesome.

Hell yes, it was! I have been trying to get other people to watch it even though it only lasted one season. I doubt there is any hope of it getting picked back up at this point and don't know how it missed so many people's radar.


I think part of it is Syfy and part the way people watch shows has changed to such a degree production is only now adjusting. Lot of "oh, I'll just wait for it to hit <blank>" led to early show deaths.

/just imo
//have no stats to back this up
 
2021-07-16 9:14:07 AM  

Wobambo: OhioUGrad: Wobambo: OhioUGrad: likefunbutnot: Wobambo: Eh - I liked it enough that I keep meaning to get to the second season. Feel like the darkness thing was a requirement from on high within WB/DC. But between this, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing, and Star Girl it was a better attempt at a DC Universe than the Snyder movies.

Here's the thing:  farking Doom Patrol is the only one of those shows that acknowledges bright colors exist.

Even Stargirl must be shot through a 1/2 stop Black Mist filter.

Doom Patrol is interesting (only watched the first season so far) but they've been more interested in storytelling and character development than action like most comic book movies.

/still wish Deadly Class had gotten picked up by someone after SyFy dropped it

Deadly Class was freaking awesome.

Hell yes, it was! I have been trying to get other people to watch it even though it only lasted one season. I doubt there is any hope of it getting picked back up at this point and don't know how it missed so many people's radar.

I think part of it is Syfy and part the way people watch shows has changed to such a degree production is only now adjusting. Lot of "oh, I'll just wait for it to hit <blank>" led to early show deaths.

/just imo
//have no stats to back this up


Makes sense. I don't know if it's on any of the streaming networks, but if it is I hope it gets paired with the right shows and I guess never say never when it comes to shows. With the popularity of shows like The Boys, Doom Patrol, Titans, etc.. I'll keep a slight hope.
 
2021-07-16 1:49:17 PM  

OhioUGrad: Wobambo: OhioUGrad: likefunbutnot: Wobambo: Eh - I liked it enough that I keep meaning to get to the second season. Feel like the darkness thing was a requirement from on high within WB/DC. But between this, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing, and Star Girl it was a better attempt at a DC Universe than the Snyder movies.

Here's the thing:  farking Doom Patrol is the only one of those shows that acknowledges bright colors exist.

Even Stargirl must be shot through a 1/2 stop Black Mist filter.

Doom Patrol is interesting (only watched the first season so far) but they've been more interested in storytelling and character development than action like most comic book movies.

/still wish Deadly Class had gotten picked up by someone after SyFy dropped it

Deadly Class was freaking awesome.

Hell yes, it was! I have been trying to get other people to watch it even though it only lasted one season. I doubt there is any hope of it getting picked back up at this point and don't know how it missed so many people's radar.


I didn't even realize it came out. I was excited when they announced a few years ago that they were going to make it, then... I never heard about it again. So it was already released and canceled? Jesus.
 
2021-07-16 2:00:22 PM  

Fonaibung: I didn't even realize it came out. I was excited when they announced a few years ago that they were going to make it, then... I never heard about it again. So it was already released and canceled? Jesus.


I don't even know how I stumbled across it. It might have just been a recommendation in passing so I looked it up. It might gain some steam since it will probably be moved to the Peacock network that is growing in popularity?
 
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