Teen Titans Go! (TV series)
|Teen Titans Go!|
|Developed by||Michael Jelenic
|Voices of||Scott Menville
|Opening theme||"Teen Titans Go!" by Puffy AmiYumi
Remixed by Mix Master Mike
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||26 (List of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Sam Register|
|Production company(s)||DC Entertainment
Warner Bros. Animation
|Distributor||Warner Bros. Television Distribution|
|Original channel||Cartoon Network|
|Original run||April 23, 2013 – present|
|Preceded by||Teen Titans
New Teen Titans
Teen Titans Go! is a cartoon series, based on the DC Comics fictional superhero team, the Teen Titans. The series is going to air alongside Beware the Batman on Cartoon Network in July 2013 (Not to be confused with New Teen Titans Shorts. Teen Titans Go! Aired in April) as part of the DC Nation block. Teen Titans Go! is a more comedic take on the DC Comics franchise, dealing with situations that happen outside of saving the world. The show is a follow-up to the 2003 Teen Titans TV series, with the main cast reprising their respective roles.
Teen Titans Go! focuses on the "funny business" that happens between the Teen Titans when not saving the world and when living together as teenagers without adult supervision. The Teen Titans must deal with situations such as teenage pranks reaching a whole new level, or having to take Driver’s Ed after wrecking the Batmobile. The show is part of the DC Nation block on Cartoon Network.
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production
|1||"Legendary Sandwich / Pie Bros"||Luke Cormican (Legendary Sandwich)
Peter Michail (Pie Bros)
|Aaron Horvath (Legendary Sandwich)
Will Friedle (Pie Bros)
|April 23, 2013||101||2.00|
Legendary Sandwich: Raven sends the others on a quest for the ingredients for a mystical sandwich so she can have the television to herself to surprisingly watch a seemingly girls cartoon entitled "Pretty Pretty Pegasus," After Raven assigns each Titan to retrieve one of the ingredients, Robin waits at the supermarket for an order of pretzel bread while the others have fierce run-ins with the Sandwich Guardians, who protect the other ingredients. Much to the Titans' dismay, however, the episode ends with Silkie eating the magical sandwich. Robin then reveals that he is also a fan of "Pretty Pretty Pegasus."Pie Bros: After Beast Boy and Cyborg's song about pie, Beast Boy takes a job at Mother Mae-Eye's pie shop to buy an expensive video game for Cyborg's birthday, but his job may cause him to miss the party and lose his best friend. The other Titans also discover that Raven's theory about Mother Mae-Eye baking people into her pies is true.
|2||"Driver's Ed / Dog Hand"||Luke Cormican||Tab Murphy (Driver's Ed)
Tom Pugsley (Dog Hand)
|April 30, 2013||105||N/A|
Driver's Ed: After his license is suspended when he wrecks the Batmobile, and his friends tire of driving him around, Robin enrolls in a Driver's Ed class. What Robin doesn't know is that his driving instructor, Ed, has some sinister tricks up his sleeve that involve Robin as a getaway driver.Dog Hand: Raven has been grumpy all day, and the rest of the Titans, (Beast Boy, Starfire, Robin, and Cyborg) finally find out Raven's dad is Trigon, and he is coming over to visit. Thinking that Trigon isn't the giant scary monster he is described as, all the Titans except Raven think he's cool. The Titans see that her dad wants her to be like him, and cheer her on to be just like him and grant them more powers. During the training, Raven absorbs all the fear of all the children in Jump City, finds her inner self. At the end, Trigon says to kill the Teen Titans. Realizing that Raven being like her father isn't good, Raven sends Trigon back to where he came from.
|3||"Double Trouble / The Date"||Scott O'Brien||Steve Borst (Double Trouble)
Sholly Fisch (The Date)
|May 7, 2013||102||N/A|
Double Trouble: To avoid playing "Cavemen and Dinosaurs" with Beast Boy, Cyborg tricks Raven into using her duplication power to make two of him. Then, jealous of his clone's relationship with Beast Boy, he clones Beast Boy. Soon, there are too many clones to handle, and it is discovered that the Cyborg and Beast Boy who started the whole mess are clones themselves, created months ago by a lazy and now obese Cyborg and Beast Boy, who found the spell and used it to take a vacation, leaving their doubles behind.The Date: Robin is madly in love with Starfire, but she is going out with Speedy whom she sees has a lot of similarities to Robin. To do so, Robin kidnaps Speedy and poses as him to ruin the date and win over Starfire. However, Speedy breaks free and battles Robin (as Speedy) as Robin.
|4||"Dude Relax / Laundry Day"||Peter Rida Michail||Amy Wolfram (Dude Relax)
Michael Jelenic (Laundry Day)
|May 14, 2013||104||N/A|
Dude Relax: The team places Robin on forced hiatus when there hasn't been a crime in Jump City in a while. Beast Boy teaches him to relax after his high-strung nature begins affecting the team. This leads to Cyborg creating a collar that shocks Robin with an electric fence when he tries to leave the tower, even when a tentacled monster attacks Jump City.Laundry Day: Following a fight with a Slime Monster, nobody wants to handle laundry day and the chores pile up while the team bickers which leads them to do a series of epic contests to see who will handle the laundry. Soon their dirty uniforms develop a mind of their own when the slime takes over and go on the offensive. In the end, Robin admits that it was his turn to do the laundry, and if they get out of this, he would do all the laundry for a year. Raven then reveals that it was not the slime that brought their uniforms to life, but a spell, to get Robin to admit it was his turn.
|5||"Ghostboy / La Larva Amor"||TBA||TBA||May 21, 2013
May 28, 2013 (La Larva Amor)
Ghostboy: When Starfire mistakenly thinks she has killed Beast Boy, he sees it as a perfect opportunity to torment her, so he makes himself look like a ghost and goes around doing things to play on her highly emotional state, attempting to freak her out. When she figures out he’s only pranking her, she and the other Titans convince Beast Boy that he’s actually dead.La Larva Amor: The gang agrees to take on the responsibility of babysitting Silkie, the baby mutant killer moth, but they end up losing the slimy little fellow who ends up somewhere south of the border, having an exciting telenovella adventure.
Principal cast 
- Scott Menville - Robin, Speedy
- Greg Cipes - Beast Boy
- Khary Payton - Cyborg, Couch
- Tara Strong - Raven
- Hynden Walch - Starfire
Additional voices 
- Aaron Horvath - Producer
- Michael Jelenic - Producer
- Sam Register - Executive Producer
- Lisa Schaffer - Casting and Voice Director
The series has been met with mostly average to positive reviews from critics. Common Sense Media gave the show 4 stars and called it "Superheroes' new look, comical feel invites younger kids". IGN gave the show a 7.8 out of 10, a "Good" score on the review scale, stating that "DC Nation revamps the beloved Teen Titans series for a new generation -- with pretty fun results". 
- "Cartoon Network Gets In Front of the Upfront" (Press release). January 28, 2013. Retrieved February 24, 2013.
- Goldman, Eric (June 8, 2012). "Teen Titans Returning With New Full Length Episodes". IGN. Retrieved June 15, 2012.
- Harvey, Jim (June 8, 2012). "Cartoon Network Reveals New "Teen Titans Go!" Animated Series Slated For 2013". World's Finest Online. Retrieved June 15, 2012.
- www.commonsensemedia.org (4-23-13). "Common Sense Media - Cartoon Network - Teen Titans Go!". Common Sense Media. Retrieved 5-18-13.
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