It seems that the Teen Titans from DC Universe’s ‘Titans’ series are planned to appear in the ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ crossover.
This information comes from Pagey who runs a YouTube channel dedicated to covering content regarding DC Television and more specifically, the Arrowverse. Pagey is known for being reliable in breaking exclusive news regarding the Arrowverse, most recently he exclusively reported that John Wesley Shipp will reprise his roles for Crisis on Infinite Earths as well as the second episode of The Flash Season 6, both of these have both been confirmed to be true.
The YouTuber states that the Titans are currently scheduled to have a small cameo in the crossover with the members involved said to be TBD. The scene has reportedly already been filmed so it’s quite likely, given the scene is intended to take place in Titans Tower, that some of the cast already shot the scene during wrapping Season 2 of Titans as the series just wrapped filming its second season a couple of weeks ago. Already this cameo is going to be quite short, personally in my opinon it will be nice to see these characters involved in this DC multiverse event, even if it is only for a short capacity.
‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ is shaping up to be one of television’s biggest events of all time and will span over the course of 5 hours with one episode from each show including Batwoman, Arrow, Supergirl, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow. Although all core members of each of the five show’s casts will appear in the crossover, there will also be new and returning characters introduced in this crossover. These include: Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman, Elizabeth Tulloch’s Lois Lane, Tom Welling’s Clark Kent, Erica Durance’s Lois Lane, Brandon Routh’s Kingdom Come Superman, Cress Williams’ Black Lightning, Ashley Scott’s Huntress, Kevin Conroy’s Bruce Wayne, Osric Chau’s Ryan Choi, Tom Ellis’s Lucifer, Burt Ward’s Robin, Robert Wuhl’s Alexander Knox, Tom Cavanagh’s Pariah, Audrey Marie Anderson’s Harbinger, Katherine McNamara’s Mia Queen, Jon Cryer’s Lex Luthor, John Wesley Shipp’s Jay Garrick (and possibly 90’s Flash?) and Johnathon Schaech’s Jonah Hex.
Watch Pagey’s full video on Titans in Crisis here