Fittingly named, “Together” is the first episode of Titans where all the disparate elements of the show finally seem to come… well, together!
Injured and trapped on a stranded spaceship, The Doctor and her friends must join forces with a crew of strangers to survive the onslaught of a strange beast.
“Doom Patrol” establishes Titans’ spin-off series for The World’s Strangest Heroes far more effectively than the series has set-up its own title team.
The Doctor and her friends return to England in 2018, just in time to stop an invasion of giant spiders in “Arachnids in The UK.”
The only thing keeping Titans from being so bad it’s funny is that “Origins” is so dull, with most of the episode devoted to people staring at things.
Doctor Who gets political with a timely yet timeless story of an act of courage changing history but not in the usual way Doctor Who handles changing history.
With its second episode, Titans offers us a glimpse at a different and much more interesting superhero show.
It’s The Hunger Games meets The Great Race in Space, as The Doctor and her friends find themselves dragged into the search for… The Ghost Monument!