Is Netflix reviving Young Justice? New details have emerged about a possible third season of the animated series.
Created by Brandon Vietti and Greg Weisman, the show followed a group of young DC superheroes, including Nighwing, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Superboy, and Miss Martian. Young Justice originally aired on Cartoon Network for two seasons before it was cancelled in 2013.
Since its cancellation, fans have been asking about a possible revival by streaming services like Netflix. Weisman took to Twitter and confirmed that Netflix is indeed interested in a third season of the show:
@drdr47811 Netflix has said it's true. That's all I know.
— Greg Weisman (@Greg_Weisman) August 23, 2016
Additionally, Peter David, a writer for both the Young Justice comic series and the show, said that while “Netflix is seriously considering ordering a third season,” it’s far from a done deal:
Well, I had lunch with Greg Weisman a few weeks ago, and he said that Netflix is seriously considering ordering a third season because they’re impressed with how much people are watching it. So if you want to make it happen, keep on doing that.
So I will say it once more: It is NOT a done deal. So continue watching “Young Justice” if you want to have a hope of a third season.”
What do you think? Are you a fan of Young Justice? Would you like a third season on Netflix?
Oh, and Heroes: Reborn: Season 2, please.
I think making a third season of Young Justice is a good idea. Now, could Netflix please consider about making Green Lantern: The Animated Series: Season 2, Spider-Man Unlimited: Season 2, Spider-Man: The New Animated Series: Season 2, The Spectacular Spider-Man: Season 3, Wolverine and the X-Men: Season 2, Atlantis (TV series): Season 3, Stargate SG-1: Season 11, Stargate Atlantis: Season 6, Stargate Universe: Season 3, Stargate Infinity: Season 2, Primeval: New World: Season 2, Home Fires: Season 3, Indian Summers: Season 3, Beowulf: Return to the Shieldlands: Season 2, The Tomorrow People: Season 2, The Bletchley Circle: Season 3,… Read more »