Titans season 3 is officially underway. Against the odds majorly stacked against any production right now, the DC series has begun filming. The news was confirmed by the show's cinematographer Boris Mojsovski, who also shared some set photos from the first day. Mojsovski explains that it has been much harder to get work done in the current conditions but also promises that it will be worth it when all is said and done.

Taking to Instagram, Boris Mojsovski shared a couple of photos from day one of filming. They aren't overly telling. One shot is of a hallway with a ladder and some other equipment is strewn about. The other has what looks to be a large water bottle with the show's title on it. It is difficult to extract much information about the new season from either photo. Mojsovski shared the photos with the following caption.

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"Titans Season 3 Day 1. Yup. For real."

Hollywood faced a massive, industry-wide shutdown back in March in the interest of public health. While certain productions have managed to get up and running again, such as The Batman, which also concerns the DC multiverse, it has not been easy. Rigorous health and safety precautions must be taken and, even then, there is still risk involved. Boris Mojsovski alluded to the extra precautions in the second set of set photos shared on Instagram. Aside from an image of the clapboard, we see that masks are being worn on set and, as explained in the caption, they can't work as quickly.

"More from day 1 on Titans S3. It's hard work, it's slow and our cast and crew is dealing with more than ever. It will be worth the effort."

Much of what is coming down the pipeline in Titans season 3 remains a mystery. However, a couple of huge characters from the DC Comics canon will be entering the fold. Curran Walters' Jason Todd will become Red Hood, as was confirmed during DC Fandome. This will make the character's live-action debut. Scarecrow will also appear but no actor has been announced yet. Additionally, Barbara Gordon will be making her way to the show as a member of the Gotham City P.D., but not as Batgirl. The cast also includes Brenton Thwaites as Dick Grayson, Anna Diop as Starfire, Alan Ritchson as Hawk, Minka Kelly as Dove, Chelsea Zhang as Ravager, Joshua Orpin as Superboy and Chella Man as Jericho.

One major change will be where fans watch the show next season. It was recently confirmed that all content from the DC Universe streaming service will be moving to HBO Max. Meanwhile, DC Universe will be repurposed as a standalone comic book subscription service. Titans season 3 does not yet have a release date set but it is expected to debut sometime in 2021. We'll be sure to keep you posted as any further details are made available. Be sure to check out the set photos for yourself from Boris Mojsovski's Instagram.