There is justice after all: The cult-favorite superhero series Young Justice will get a third season, three years after being cancelled by Cartoon Network.
Production on Season 3 of the animated series, about a Justice League-like squad of teenaged DC Comics superheroes like Robin, Superboy and Kid Flash, is already underway from Warner Bros. Animation, our sister site Deadline reports. No network has signed on to air the revival yet — Cartoon Network axed the original run in 2013 — but Netflix has been rumored as a possible destination, since the first two seasons of Young Justice are already available on the streaming service.
Creators Brandon Vietti and Greg Weisman are back for the all-new third season of Justice, which earned a devoted fanbase during its original run. It won an Emmy in 2011 for individual achievement in animation, and boasted a strong cast of voice actors, including Jesse McCartney (Robin), Danica McKellar (Miss Martian) and Lacey Chabert (Zatanna).
“The affection that fans have had for Young Justice, and their rallying cry for more episodes, has always resonated with us,” Warner Bros. Animation president Sam Register said in a statement. “We are excited to bring the show back for this loyal fanbase and to provide an opportunity for new viewers to discover this excellent series.”
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