In the wake of Titans' "Doom Patrol", it seems clear that Hawk & Dove should've been introduced later in the series' run and the Doom Patrol sooner.
Titans' Doom Patrol episode introduced The World's Strangest Heroes ahead of their 2019 DC Universe spinoff. Here's everything it revealed.
In a new clip from Titans, the Doom Patrol sit down for a dinner that goes wrong when Elasti-Woman suffers unfortunate side-effects.
New Titans photos reveal the Doom Patrol; the team is set to star in their own spinoff TV show on DC Universe beginning sometime in 2019.
DC Entertainment reveals the first look at Brendan Fraser as the superhero Robotman on DC Universe's Doom Patrol TV show at New York Comic Con 2018.
Matt Bomer joins DC Universe's original live-action TV series Doom Patrol, which is a spinoff from Titans, as the superhero Negative Man.
A casting breakdown reveals that Silas Stone, the STAR Labs scientist who facilitated his son's transformation into Cyborg, will be in Doom Patrol.
Timothy Dalton joins DC Universe's Doom Patrol TV show as Dr. Niles 'The Chief' Caulder, the team's frequent leader and occasional adversary.
Doom Patrol set photos show Robotman, Negative Man, Crazy Jane and Elasti-Woman getting ready to fight the weirdest of crimes.
DC Universe show Doom Patrol has cast Alan Tudyk (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) as villain Mr. Nobody, a living shadow who can drain people's sanity.
A new casting breakdown for DC Universe's Doom Patrol TV show reveals a gay man, an ex-Nazi and Negative Man's wife among the recurring cast.
DC Entertainment officially confirms their digital streaming service, titled DC Universe, will launch next month on Batman Day in September.
Brendan Fraser has joined the cast of DC Universe's Doom Patrol as Cliff Steele a.k.a. Robotman, a daredevil who becomes a cyborg.
DC Universe's Doom Patrol TV show casts Jovian Wade as Victor Stone aka. Cyborg as a series regular and the true leader of the team.
The first major villain for DC Universe's Doom Patrol TV show is reportedly Eric Morden, aka Mr. Nobody, who first appeared in comics in 1964.
DC's Doom Patrol TV show casts Orange is the New Black actress Diane Guerrero in the role of Crazy Jane, a superhero with multiple personalities.
DC's Swamp Thing isn't set in the same universe as the Titans and Doom Patrol TV shows, according to DC Chief Creative Officer Jim Lee.
April Bowlby, who was cast as Elasti-Woman in DC Universe's Titans, will continue to play the role in the upcoming Doom Patrol spin-off series.