There is a lot to expect when “Titans” season 4 comes around. All eyes are on who will be back as well as the new faces that will likely be the Teen Titans' new adversary.

For now, the most important of them all is figuring out when “Titans” season 4 will come out. Looking at the previous seasons, the HBO Max drama has consistently come out in October or the Fall.

Although nothing has been made official, the wise money is that the fourth season of “Titans” will be out by October or sometime during the last quarter of 2022.

Brenton Thwaites, who portrays Dick Grayson/ Nightwing, was at the Motor City Comic Con last May 13 to 15. According to a Twitter user, the Australian actor revealed that “Titans” season 4 was targeting an October release date.

No official announcement has been made as of this writing. But for reference, the first season of “Titans” came out on Oct. 12, 2018. The second season came out earlier, Sept. 6, 2019, and the third premiered on Aug. 12, 2021.

The trend shows that the series has premiered noticeably about one month earlier. Hence, a July release could be possible but that may depend on the production of the series. As of this writing, “Titans” season 4 is filming in Toronto, Canada.

Worth factoring in as well that “Titans” season 4 will only have 12 episodes compared to the 13 from the previous seasons. This could factor into the release date of the series.

Beyond that, it also remains to be seen who the young heroes will be going up against.  Several names have been suggested but like the release date of season 4, nothing has been announced by showrunners.

Brother Blood, Mother Mayhem and Lex Luthor are among the familiar DC villains mentioned. However, none have been confirmed as of this writing.

 Minka Kelly, Teagan Croft, Anna Diop, Brenton Thwaites, Alan Ritchson and Ryan Potter Minka Kelly, Teagan Croft, Anna Diop, Brenton Thwaites, Alan Ritchson and Ryan Potter Getty Images | Dominik Bindl