Well, these days animated shorts of various superhero franchises are pretty, and one such is Teen Titans Go. The show was first aired on Cartoon Network back on the 23rd of April 2013. The series is most favorable for the kids to watch as it is based on the DC Comics fictional superhero team, but even adults are in awe of the show. It is because of the amazing visuals as well as a powerful insight into the lives of our team that is fighting off the evil. This show has been created by Aaron Horvath along with Michael Jelenic. For the first time, the show was announced in public by the creators after seeing how viral the New Teen Titans shorts went in public. The show has been produced by DC Entertainment as well as Warner Brothers Animation.
Well, as you guys might already know that everything about Teen Titans Go is different from the original Teen Titans series. The show has established itself in the form of a very humorous spinoff to the original show without having any continuity to its plotline. Nevertheless, there are some moments in the show during which references are made to the original plot in order to serve as a comedic element. The show is also not connected with any other media which we have seen in the DC Comics franchise. Despite all this, DC characters surely have appearances in the show whenever they are required and keep up the level of enthusiasm that the audience has for the franchise.
Teen Titans Go Season 6 – Plot and Cast
As for what the plot of the series is, then you guys should know that it follows the adventures of the lead characters called Titans. They are Beast Boy as well as Robin and Cyborg. Then we have Raven along with Starfire. The only dream that teenagers have is to not get constantly disturbed by the adults, and here, in this show, we have that place. It is called Jump City, where our Titans go to hang out when they are not busy saving the world. Overall, the entire show is a pretty relaxing watch if you are trying to get your head off your daily chores and try out some new animated show.
The show has been famous among the watching audience because of how well it has portrayed the storyline. But then, there is another factor too that affects the popularity. They are the talented voice cast members that do the job of bringing the teen characters to life and present them in front of us. So, the list includes Scott Menville reprising the role of Robin Speedy. Then we have Hynden Walch enacting the character of Starfire. Khary Payton does the part of Cyborg Zan. Tara Strong reprises the role of Raven. Greg Cipes enacts the character of Beast Boy. Recently, there has been too much fun going on in the series. As in the 44th episode, we saw that the Beast Boy has strange superstitions that the entire team works hard to clear. As it turns out, he thinks that the Earth is flat. Now, it is his friends that take him on a journey to prove otherwise.
Teen Titans Go Season 6 Episode 49 Release Date
Then later in the 46th episode, which is titled Don’t Press Play, we all witness some action. So, our Titans are set on a journey to defeat a vicious monster who has taken away their music from them. In order to be successfully able to fight, the Titans also seek out help. The team joins its forces with the music group De La Soul. A lot of fight sequences follow after this, and we finally get to see another victory for our superhero team. Now, Teen Titans Go! Season 6 Episode 49 is called ‘Villains in a Van Getting Gelato’, which is scheduled for a release on the 13th of March 2021. As for the plot of this forthcoming episode, nothing much will happen, honestly. We will be able to witness Brother Blood as well as Dr. Light and Gizmo hanging out with The Brain. They will go to get some gelato while discussing their daily errands. The group will also talk about how many troubles they have been facing from the Titans.