Robin, Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy and Cyborg return in all-new, comedic adventures. They may be super heroes who save the world every day ... but somebody still has to do the laundry!
Robin dreams of receiving a #1 Dad mug so Raven magically turns them into a sitcom family.
The Titans travel to the hipster neighborhood of Silver Lake, California to help solve a mystery.
When Robin selects the last font on the list for his presentation, it sets off the typocolypse.
The Titans are worried when Starfire says she has sent all of her money to a prince online, especially when it could be the clown prince himself.
While stopping a museum theft, the Titans encounter the P.P. Goblin, who uses the Titan's pet peeves against them.
When they receive a distress call from the TTG animators and artists, the Titans must tone down their actions and avoid big adventures.
Marv Wolfman and George Pérez must pitch an idea for the new Teen Titans in 24 hours, so they brainstorm different concepts for the team.
The Titans set off on an adventure in space, only to find out they'll be sharing their Space House with the DC Super Hero Girls.
After Beast Boy steals the power ring and jumps into Zatanna's hat, Green Lantern must deal with being powerless as she and her friends give chase.
A giant meteor is heading toward the space house, so Starfire, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, and Cyborg take turns in the holographic chamber to see whose plan will work.
The free vacation in space was just an elaborate plot by Brainiac to collect every hero and villain in the DC Multiverse. The Titans and Superhero Girls agree to help Brainiac become an adult in exchange for letting them go.
Cyborg and Beast Boy can't agree on the better character, Tom or Jerry, so they play a little game of cat and mouse.
The Titans are shocked to learn that the T Tower had previous owners.
The Titans visit the Jump City Comic Book Con, where they meet Marv Wolfman and George Pérez, but also tangle with Control Freak over an exclusive toy.
Robin attends a ball at Wayne Manor hoping to become heir of the mansion, but will the other Titans spoil his chances?
It's fun on the high seas, as the Teen Titans enjoy a cruise filled with dangerous missions, fast cars, and alien attacks.
Teen Titans Go takes a comedic look at the superheroes' lives. Viewers finally get the opportunity to watch what life is like for the super teens when their capes are left at home. The teens will deal with everyday issues of adolescence including laundry contests and quests to construct the perfect sandwich.
Tired of getting pinched, the Titans' elbows rebel and soon bend the very fabric of time and space.
The Titans join Robin as he travels to deliver a birthday gift to Batman but they are detoured several times along the way.
Robin forms a book club to debut his new autobiography, but the Titans would rather discuss other books.
The Tower is in lockdown and supplies are being gathered, as the Titans prepare for Doomsday.
After winning a huge cash prize, the Titans learn about the IRS and taxes.
Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, and Catwoman recruit Starfire and Raven for their roller deby team.
It's Wonder Woman's 80th birthday, so the Titans head to DC Headquarters for the party.
A magic hat brings the Titans' pumpkinman to life, but they have to figure out how to keep Pepo from rotting.
The Titans discover the joys of eating breakfast food for every meal, but will that lead to an old friend becoming too powerful?
The Titans' antics with their imaginary friend Captain Cool annoy Robin until make-believe starts becoming real.
Beast Boy returns home for Thanksgiving and the Doom Patrol enter a float in the town's parade. / The Doom Patrol finds old home movies about themselves that The Chief had hidden.
Robin teaches the other Titans the art of concealment through a game of hide and seek.
When the Titans run amok in the Tower's evidence room, Robin does everything he can to keep things under control.
Beast Boy is forced to team up with Baby New Year, the Easter Bunny, and Thanksgiving Turkey in an attempt to stop Santa from "taking over all the holidays" again.