Season 1

Rating  :  

8.3

Duration  :  

22m

26 Episodes

Robin, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Superboy, Miss Martian, and Artemis form Young Justice -- and find out whether they have what it takes to be a proven hero.
Episodes
Episode 1 : Independence Day
8.0
Episode 2 : Fireworks
8.0
Episode 3 : Welcome to Happy Harbor
8.0
Episode 4 : Drop-Zone
8.0
Episode 5 : Schooled
8.0
Episode 6 : Infiltrator
8.0
Episode 7 : Denial
8.0
Episode 8 : Downtime
8.0
Episode 9 : Bereft
0.0
Episode 10 : Targets
0.0
Episode 11 : Terrors
0.0
Episode 12 : Homefront
0.0
Episode 13 : Alpha Male
0.0
Episode 14 : Revelation
0.0
Episode 15 : Humanity
0.0
Episode 16 : Failsafe
0.0
Episode 17 : Disordered
0.0
Episode 18 : Secrets
0.0
Episode 19 : Misplaced
0.0
Episode 20 : Coldhearted
0.0
Episode 21 : Image
0.0
Episode 22 : Agendas
0.0
Episode 23 : Insecurity
0.0
Episode 24 : Performance
0.0
Episode 25 : Usual Suspects
0.0
Episode 26 : Auld Acquaintance
0.0

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