When it comes to hit DC properties on television, The Flash, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow take precedence. However, DC used to thrive via animation on Cartoon Network. There have been various versions of Justice League and Teen Titans drawn out before, but one of those shows might be getting a second life.
Young Justice was canceled in 2013 after two seasons. Writer, Greg Weisman, revealed on 'The Hip Hop Nerd' podcast that the show's budget was based on a toy deal with Mattel. The toys weren't selling so everything went downhill from there, but fans are left wanting more.
GeekTyrant revealed today that Netflix is currently looking over the numbers for the first two seasons of the show to see if they would be interested in picking up the show for a third season. Khary Payton, who voices Cyborg and Aqualad on the show, wants fans to rally behind the show to ensure this renewal. So if you're already a fan of the show or if you're looking for a new cartoon to watch, check out the first two seasons of Young Justice on Netflix!
The show actually has a star-studded cast of famous voice actors and popular DC characters. Actors like Bruce Greenwood, Alan Tudyk, Jesse McCartney, Danica McKeller, Lacey Chabert, and Tim Curry have all been on the show playing everyone's favorite DC characters. It's not just the youngin's that have made the cut. Green Arrow, Batman, Aquaman, and many more appear!
Let's all check out this great show together and hope for a season three!