Titans will be making the move with Harley Quinn to HBO Max, joining other DC Universe originals like Doom Patrol and Young Justice. Two years after launching, DC Universe will transform into the comics-only platform DC Universe Infinite in January that will focus on offering DC catalog titles six months after their on-sale date. The news isn't surprising, as DC's Jim Lee said last month, "the original content that is on DCU is migrating to HBO Max. Truthfully, that’s the best platform for that content." Co-showrunner Patrick Schumacker tells EW of the move to HBO Max: "Season 2 ended a while ago. We knew the show was doing pretty well on DC Universe. We knew the show was gonna end up on HBO Max eventually, and we knew that that there were talks happening about a season three, but all of that was happening like almost right when quarantine started. So we had a really long time to think about what we might do, or at least the gist of the story that we might want to tell for season 3. We're just super excited to finally actually be able to put that into action and actually get the ideas ping-ponging off both the returning writers and the inevitable new writers that we're getting to hire now. I am very excited to finally get those ideas out and about in the ether."