This Day in Entertainment History: Young Justice Premieres (January 7th, 2011)

By: Sean Sporman
By: Sean Sporman

DC Comics has had a wide variety of critically-acclaimed and fan-loved animated series in the past couple of decades, with one of the most recent of those being Young Justice.

Young Justice debuted on Cartoon Network on January 7th, 2011 as part of the DC Nation lineup on that station. The series is about “The Team,” a group of young superheroes which includes Robin, Superboy, and Miss Martian among others. It is set on a parallel Earth than previous DC animated series, such as Batman: The Animated Series.

The series featured the voice talents of Jesse McCartney, Danica McKeller, Nolan North and Crispin Freeman.

Young Justice was praised by a variety of fans and released to generally positive reviews. Despite this, the show was canceled after just two seasons and 46 episodes. A campaign by fans to have a third season produced was unsuccessful.

The entire series has been released on DVD across six volumes.

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