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Teen Titans Returns with New Season Jan. 10

The members of the TEEN TITANS are back on Cartoon Network for a second season starting on Jan. 10, 2004 at 9:00 pm. TEEN TITANS, a half-hour action-adventure animated series based on the popular DC Comics series, debuted on Cartoon Network in July 2003 and became an instant hit.

This season, a powerful young girl named Terra, joins the Teen Titans. But the original members, Robin, Cyborg, Beast Boy, Starfire and Raven, are not sure she is exactly what she seems. While the Titans continue to struggle with sibling rivalry, jealousy and dirty dishes, they must put aside their differences to square off with favorite villains like Gizmo, Plasmus, Cinderblock, Overload and their arch-nemesis Slade. There will also be guest appearances from popular DC Comics characters such as Speedy, Aqualad, Wildebeest and Warp.

Warner Bros. Animation animates TEEN TITANS, produced by Glen Murakami.

Upcoming episodes include:

January 10: "How Long is Forever?" - Warp, a super-thief from the future, travels back in time to steal a priceless antique. But when the Teen Titans show up to stop him, Warp tries to escape. Starfire is pulled into his Time Vortex and accidentally hurled 20 years into the future.

January 17: "Every Dog Has His Day" - A strange green Alien Dog comes to Earth with a mysterious flying saucer chasing after it. But when the Alien Dog bumps into Green Dog Beast Boy, who's hanging out at the dog park, the flying saucer accidentally abducts the wrong pooch. When the Teen Titans spot the Alien Dog, they mistakenly think it's Beast Boy.

Saturday, January 24: "Terra" - The Teen Titans meet Terra, a small teenage girl with big powers. Gifted with amazing earth-moving abilities, Terra can make rocks fly, mountains crumble, and the ground tremble beneath her feet. At first, it seems like this young hero might make a great addition to the team. But Terra has a secret, and only Slade knows the truth.

Saturday, January 31: "Only Human" - Back when Cyborg was a fully human athlete, he loved trying to do more than he thought he could do. But now that his muscles are mechanical, Cyborg's limitations are built-in. But when the other Teen Titans are captured, Cyborg is forced to fight Atlas, a giant robot.