Though the details are still scarce, fans of the Cartoon Network series Young Justice are rejoicing after news broke that Warner Bros. Animation will be reviving the show for a third season. Despite a dedicated fan base during its initial run, the show was cancelled in after just two seasons. Premiering in and loosely based on the comic title of the same name, the show was praised for its mature content, character growth, and overarching storylines. It could have been those very roles that left him out, however. While Robin was able to appear on both shows and Beast Boy popped up on the second season, Cartoon Network may have avoided adding Cyborg due to worries about promoting the various series as separate affairs.
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Starfire | Young Justice Fanon Wiki | Fandom
It should be noted that the appearance of Starfire in the 3rd season of Young Justice is merely a rumor and has not been acknowledged by the creators of the show Koriand'r was a princess on her homeworld, a harsh realm, but was forced to leave when a coup was staged. She was essentially exiled and found her way to Earth.
The series follows the lives of teenaged heroes who are members of a covert operations team that takes orders from the Justice League. The series debuted on January 7, with a two-week reairing of the first two episodes, which originally aired as an hour-long special on November 26, After an extended hiatus starting in , Warner Bros.