Looks like The Titans will be together -- for at least 13 weeks.
There isn't a direct quote from Goldsman on the episode count, but Deadline matter-of-factly reports that the series, with a pilot co-written by Goldsman and DC chief Geoff Johns, has a 13-episode commitment from Warner Bros. Television, who will bring it directly to a planned DC digital app.
That app will also be the first-run home of new episodes of Young Justice, with plenty of other speculation about what content -- old, new, live-action, animation, comics, and more -- might make its way to the service.
Titans follows a group of young soon-to-be superheroes recruited from every corner of the DC Universe. In the action-adventure series, Dick Grayson emerges from the shadows to become the leader of a fearless band of new heroes that includes Starfire, Raven and others.
For a taste of Titans' feel, then you can check out the gang's newest animated flick. Teen Titans: The Judas Contract. The film is directed by Sam Liu, written by Ernie Altbacker, and produced by EP Sam Register, Supervising Producer James Tucker, and co-Producer Alan Burnett. The full list of special features includes a first look at the next film Batman and Harley Quinn, a look back at Wolfman and Perez's acclaimed run on the comic, and a featurette on Deathstroke.