The line-up of the Young Justice team at the end of Season 1. Photo courtesy of DC Entertainment / Warner Brothers Animation
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Young Justice season 4 update revealed

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Young Justice Phantoms, the upcoming fourth season to the DC animated series, has mostly completed its pre-production stage, said executive producer and show-runner, Greg Weisman.

A fan asked Weisman via Twitter about the status of the season. Lucky enough for the fan, Weisman responded to the tweet saying “9 episodes in the can. Five more in post. Twelve being animated overseas. Pre-production is virtually done.”

In the past, Weisman provided the DC fandom community an update on the show’s pre-production status, saying that 24 episodes has been fully written and some episodes had completed voice recording work.

During Young Justice Cast Audio Play Performance and Panel in last year’s DC FanDome, executive producer, Brandon Vietti, released the title card for Young Justice season four, “Young Justice: Phantoms.”

Young Justice Phantoms title card. Photo courtesy DC Entertainment

Young Justice premiered on Cartoon Network in 2010 and the second season titled “Young Justice: Invasion” followed two years later. Cartoon Network later on cancelled the series. The series was revived for a third season, titled “Young Justice: Outsiders,” on the DC Universe streaming service in 2019.

Young Justice was created by Greg Weisman and Brandon Vietti. The series focuses on the sidekicks of the Justice League as they take on challenging missions and battle the shadowy criminal organization known as “The Light.”

Season four of Young Justice will stream on HBO Max and currently does not have a premiere date. All previous seasons are available to stream on the outlet.

Jahlil Rush

Jahlil Rush attends CUNY Baruch College in New York City. He is double majoring in journalism and digital communication while also double minoring in photography and film. The passion for journalism has always resided within him. He loves covering topics of all kinds, from politics to entertainment to even fashion and technology. When it comes to covering anything related to superheroes, video games and animation, he gets extra excited. One day he hopes to achieve his career Goal of becoming an ABC News National Correspondent and Photojournalist. Check out some of his work on Flickr and find him on Contently.

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