Batman Beyond

1999 • The WB
4.7
851 reviews
TV-UNRATED
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Season 1 episodes (13)

1 Rebirth, Part 1
1/10/99
Many years after Bruce Wayne has retired as Batman, troubled teen Terry McGinnis discovers Wayne's former identity and seeks Wayne's help after his father is murdered.
2 Rebirth, Part 2
1/10/99
Bruce and Terry become allies against ruthless industrialist Derek Powers, and Bruce agrees to train Terry as the new Batman.
3 Black Out
1/31/99
When Terry faces a deadly, shape-shifting industrial saboteur named Inque, he finds that he still has a lot to learn about becoming the next Batman.
4 Golem
2/7/99
An insecure teenager takes revenge against his tormentors using a living statue known as the Golem.
5 Meltdown
2/14/99
Derek Powers' scientists create a new body for Mr. Freeze, but when it begins to fail, Freeze vows revenge.
6 Heroes
2/21/99
With much hoopla, a new team of superheroes called "The Terrific Trio" arrives on the scene, promising to end crime in Gotham. Batman feels obsolete--until he discovers that these so-called heroes have a hidden agenda that could destroy the entire city.
7 Shriek
3/14/99
An employee of Derek Powers uses his discoveries in sound wave research to become Shriek, the master of sound--and only Batman can stop him.
8 Dead Man's Hand
3/21/99
Terry meets a girl with a dark secret.
9 The Winning Edge
4/11/99
Batman searches for Bruce's former foe, Bane, when he suspects Bane is responsible for a new drug that is transforming high school athletes into violent criminals.
10 Spellbound
5/1/99
An elusive villain called Spellbinder hypnotizes ordinary citizens into committing crimes for him. Batman must uncover Spellbinder's identity before more innocent victims fall under his spell.
11 Disappearing Inque
5/8/99
Inque escapes and devises a plan to kill Batman and Bruce Wayne.
12 A Touch Of Curare
5/15/99
A vicious assassin named Curare is hired to kill Commissioner Barbara Gordon's husband.
13 Ascension
5/22/99
When Derek Powers' identity as the villainous Blight is publicly revealed, his ambitious son, Paxton, gains control of Wayne/Powers corporate empire and enlists Batman's help in locating his fugitive father.

About this show

From the ingenious team that brought audiences the Emmy® Award-winning "Batman: The Animated Series" comes the continuing legend of the Dark Knight with a futuristic twist as Bruce Wayne trains a new Batman for the 21st century. Voice talent includes Will Friedle, Kevin Conroy, Stockard Channing, Lauren Tom, Seth Green and Teri Garr.
4.7
851 reviews
Jacob Kloutier
January 29, 2021
I give this a low rate not because of the show but googles release of it. If you buy seasons 1-3 you are really buying season 0 (that includes seasons 1-3) but you won't be able to choose what season is being shown.. so you just get a big list of every episode.. This is the only show I have seen them do this with and they don't seem to care.
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Alex Niakaros
March 17, 2014
I truly recommend this as a faithful successor to the original Batman. Other alternate Batman's cannot begin to compare itself to the dark, grim, and quite real future that most other cartoons are afraid to tread, let alone approach. On top of that, character development is a focal point in the plot, the protagonist matures gradually, learning from his mistakes and pointing them out by admitting his faults, rather than let it slide like nothing happened.
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Kathy Larson
September 9, 2020
I LOVE Terry McGinnis as the new Batman. What a brilliant concept! There comes a time when we all have to stop doing what we love, and that time has come for aging billionaire Bruce Wayne. He hangs up the cape and cowl; taking on McGinnis as his protege in a futuristic Gotham. Some classic villains appear along with some new ones in Batman Beyond.
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