As we wait for casting news for TNT's pilot for The Titans, based on the DC Comics' superteam, Nerdist has managed to get a hold of the pilot script and posted some new details on which of members have made the cut for the team roster.
Here's the rundown from the article...
Dick Grayson is actually Robin in this iteration (at least at the start), but has left working alongside the Batman. Now a young adult, he is working as a detective in Boston. This is strikingly similar to the original Nightwing solo comic from the early ’90s from writer Chuck Dixon, in which Dick Grayson became a police officer in Gotham’s neighboring city of Bludhaven. The character of Dick Grayson, either as Robin or Nightwing, is one of the most iconic in all of comics, and has been very ill-served by recent live action incarnations. His portrayal in the Joel SchumacherBatman films was dismal, and he wasn’t even mentioned in the Christopher Nolan films (no, John “Robin” Blake doesn’t count). This could be a great opportunity for Dick Grayson to finally get some proper attention.
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Also, if the series exists in the same shared television universe as Arrow and The Flash, it's possible that Arsenal/Roy Harper and perhaps Wally West or Jesse Quick could appear as well.