Titans Season 2 is on fire, and it might get even crazier than before in the Junior Justice League. The 7th episode of DC’s Titans showed that Dick Grayson was actually the one to kill Jericho (played by Chella Man). Episode 8 will come with the reason for this, probably with flashbacks. Titans Season 2 Episode 8 is named ‘Jericho,’ and it aired on the 25th of October.
Deathstroke is also one of the main villains of this season, and fans love the cold-blooded killer with one eye. But we have one burning question: why did Dick kill Jericho? We are waiting for an answer.
New screen of Deathstroke in Titans S02x08. pic.twitter.com/J1eVFnZ2SI
— Let’s talk Slade (@let_slade) October 24, 2019
Where can I see the episode? S02E08 Live Stream
The 8th episode of the 2nd season of Titans aired on Friday night – 9 pm – and the episode can be streamed on the DC Universe streaming service, the official website, and the app. For the DC Universe service, the subscription is $7.99 per month or 74.99 per year. This gives you a 21% saving on the annual pack.
There are some regions in which the DC Universe is not available. In this case, Netflix streams the episodes. Keep in mind that after the Titans Season is done, all the new episodes will be available on Netflix.
About the trailer of the episode: what are some plot details?
The “Jericho” episode, the 8th of the 2nd season, will show precisely how Dick Grayson killed Jericho, that sweet, innocent boy, who just wanted to help out.
It all changed after Deathstroke killed Aqualad/Garth, leading to Titans seeking sweet revenge. We also find out that Deathstroke/Slade Wilson is the father of Jericho Wilson, which is one of the main reasons why the Titan s befriended him in the first place.
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