Titans Season 3 Episode 12- Release Date, and What to Expect?
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In the last episode, we see how the Titans lost their absolute authority over Gotham City and the trust of the city’s people. After Red Hood and Scarecrow conspired to spread false accusations against them that the Titans had poisoned the water supply, resulting in the death of people.
But, we certainly know that isn’t true, and it would be very much in front of us in the upcoming Titans Season 3 Episode 12.
After the Titans left the city to save their lives got scattered in the town, but now they can’t just run away from their problem and for something they never did. So, the Titans are back again to get hold of the lost trust of the people in the upcoming Titans Season 3 Episode 12.
Titans Season 3 Episode 12 Release Date and Streaming Details
Titans Season 3 Episode 12 is set to release on October 14, 2021, at 3 AM ET. The upcoming episode will be premiering on HBO Max on the mentioned date and time.
Every new episode of the show is streamed every Thursday, each episode of the show has been about 40-50 minutes, and season 3 will be having 13 episodes in total.
You can also stream the upcoming Titans Season 3 Episode 12 on various Video-on-demand streaming platforms like Amazon Prime videos, Hulu, Apple TV+, Xfinity, YouTube TV, Spectrum, and DirecTV.
Season 3 of the show will be having one more episode as the finale of this season, and this season of the show will come to an end.
Titans Season 3 Episode 12- Titans Returning to Gotham?
Well, that’s been very sure that the Titans would be returning to Gotham City. Because they have been falsely accused and jeopardized by Red Hood and Scarecrow, who set out a narrative against them in front of the people, this would be happening in Titans Season 3 Episode 12.
After they got scattered, the Titans will be uniting back again in Season 3, Episode 12.
Titans Season 3 Episode 12 is titled ‘Prodigal,’ and we would be seeing the legacy of Batman back again.
The Titans would be heading back with a new plan to gain back the trust of the people of Gotham; Tim would be helping them as the next Boy Wonder, who would be assisting them in the fight against Red Hood and Scarecrow.
Though the ultimate war of the Titans would be left for the finale episode, the twelfth episode too will have some action-packed scenes like we would see the new abilities of Starfire after she came back from the trance.
Grayson will not be dying so early, and he is likely to be survived by the bullet that hit him, and it’s none other than Conner who would save him.
Titans Season 3 Episode 11 Recap- Red Hood’s Video Offering Grayson to Fight in Front of Gotham Residents
In the last episode, we saw that Starfire didn’t have the power she currently possesses; actually, it was given down from her sister by her parents. The reason was that Tamarans would have never accepted their ruler as powerless hence it was necessary for her parents to took this step.
We learned about the story of Starfire through one of the recent visions that glimpsed her with her past.
It is going back to Gotham, where it seems that the Titans have lost almost everything, and indeed it was.
Here, Red Hood throws an open challenge to Grayson, asking him for a confrontation in front of the residents of Gotham City.
We came to know about all this through a video that Red Hood has released to show the people of Gotham that now he would be their ultimate savior and the city needs to be revamped to gain back the lost trust amongst the people.
Gar and Rachel have been searching Lazarus Pit, and wait, Starfire is too there who appears in their vision. The real reason she wasn’t bestowed upon with powers is that those powers were taken aback by Blackfire, which would have been done so that she didn’t become a legit person on to the throne.
Cops are bringing the militants after the reports of water contamination; one of the places where the cops are dropping off the people is a restaurant owned by Tim’s family.
We also saw the sacrifice Grayson and Jason did for each other to the extent that they took a bullet into their neck while fighting for each other.