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Titans Behind-the-Scenes Photo May Hint at Titans Tower

New Titans set photo may reveal that Titans Tower will appear in the show's second season. DC Universe's debut offering concluded its first year back in January, but before it even premiered, another outing was already green lit. Production for season 2 has been going on for quite a while now and has provided fans some information with regards to what lies in the future for the show. The latest image from the set, however, potentially teases the official introduction of the Titans Tower.

Following a cliffhanger season 1 finale, fans have been clamoring for any information about what's next for Titans. Specific plot details are still being kept under wraps, but fans know that the gang will be facing against Trigon (Seamus Dever) who successfully got Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites) under his control. With Gar Logan (Ryan Potter) sticking with Rachel Roth (Teagan Croft) - who has also joined Trigon - it's up to Kory Anders (Anna Diop), Donna Troy (Conor Leslie) and their remaining allies to save their friends from the villain.

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Over the last couple of months, casting news has dominated updates when it comes to Titans. However, this latest image from the show's set reveals a new interesting tidbit. Chella Man (via CBR), who joined the series as the superhero, Jericho back in March, posted an image of himself on Instagram expressing how thankful he is for the opportunity. At first glance, there isn't anything striking in the photo, but upon closer inspection, the actor is standing inside a pod that fans believe to be from within Titans Tower. Check out the snap below.

There have been various iterations of the Titans Tower over the years. Its first incarnation was created by Cyborg's father, Dr. Silas Stone after Victor's unfortunate accident. The building was used as the primary base camp for the Titans throughout The New Titans and New Titans series. At one point in its history, it was even destroyed by Trigon only to be rebuilt. Assuming that it makes an appearance in Titans season 2, it's possible that some sort of version of this subplot could materialize on the small screen. Although, that might not likely happen in the upcoming year since it's newly introduced.

The Titans Tower is a central location in the Teen Titans comic books, so fans are understandably thrilled at the thought that it might finally debut in a live-action project. However, its debut could also be an indication that Titans is indeed connected to Doom Patrol. Cyborg, who is played by Joivan Wade in Doom Patrol, is a major proponent of the Tower in each of its iterations in print. Given this, the origin of the headquarters on Titans may also have something to do with the character.

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Source: Chella Man (via CBR)

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