she-ra and the princesses of power final season

DreamWorks’ beloved She-Ra and the Princesses of Power will be debuting its final season on Netflix this May. The acclaimed Emmy-nominated animated series, which reboots the iconic ’80s Mattel series for the modern age, will end its run with the upcoming fifth season, which DreamWorks Animation confirms will be its last.

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She-Ra Season 4 Review

Noelle Stevenson’s She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is back on Netflix and nothing is the same anymore. Even though Adora (Aimee Carrero) in her sword-wielding She-Ra form and her Rebellion have managed to stop the Horde’s inter-dimensional armageddon, the threat looms closer. Last we left off, season 3 saw the sacrifice and vanishing of Queen Angella, leaving Princess Glimmer (Karen Fukuhara) to ascend to the Bright Moon throne in “The Coronation.” Her friendship with Adora and Bow (Marcus Scribner) is then tested by heated disagreements over how to save their home from the evil Horde.

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she-ra and the princesses of power season 4 trailer

Things are getting serious for the members of the Rebellion in the war against the evil Horde. But not too serious, as the jokester horse Swift Wind makes sure to point out in the new She-Ra and the Princesses of Power season 4 trailer. Things might be dire as Adora and the Princesses recover from the devastating fallout of season 3, but it’s not too dire that you can’t use an occasional laugh. Watch the She-Ra and the Princesses of Power season 4 trailer below.

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She-Ra Season 3 Review

The She-Ra returns! After a fun breezer of season two, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power – DreamWorks Animation’s vibrant reboot of 1985 Filmation series She-Ra: Princess of Power – has returned with six new episodes. In the magical land of Etheria, Adora (Aimee Carrero), the reincarnated She-Ra warrioress with her magical sword, is set on unearthing answers about her past. Her arch nemesis and former friend Catra (AJ Michalka) is seeking to redeem herself from disgrace after letting loose hers and Adora’s former abusive mentor, Shadow Weaver (Lorraine Toussaint). 

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She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Season 2 Review

The She-Ra is back! As a forward-forged reboot of the 1980s Filmation cartoon, Noelle Stevenson’s fantasy-adventure She-Ra and the Princesses of Power launches season two with high spirits.

Last we left off in season one, the heroine and antagonist made their respective uphill climbs. Having escaped her upbringing with the evil and imperialistic Horde army, Adora (Aimee Carrero) has matured into her hero role as the Chosen One She-Ra warrior with her magic sword and acquired an ensemble of freedom fighter princesses. Adora’s former friend, Catra (AJ Michalka) has usurped and detained her mentor Shadow Weaver (Lorraine Toussaint) and is now a respected Horde captain under her superior Lord Hordak (Keston John). However, Catra is fighting to keep Lord Hordak’s favor from waning.

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She-Ra and the Princesses of Power creator Noelle Stevenson and the voice cast of the animated series were on a WonderCon panel for the upcoming second season. Speaking with reporters in a pressroom roundtable, Stevenson discussed some of the changes coming to She-Ra.

Stevenson’s re-imagining of the Masters of the Universe spinoff was met with love from new fans and grown-ups who grew up with She-Ra (and some who, ahem, saw He-Man and She-Ra: The Secret of the Sword in theaters), so why change a thing? It’s only been one season. If it ain’t broke, why fix it? Well, both real-world factors and narrative factors necessitated some evolution.

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she-ra and the princesses of power season 2 trailer

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power reigned as one of Netflix’s best animated series last year, thanks to the fresh take on the ’80s cartoon and the complex, layered relationships between the show’s many female characters. From princesses Adora (Aimee Carrero), Glimmer (Karen Fukuhara), Perfuma (Genesis Rodriguez) and Mermista (Vella Lovell) to Adora’s former best friend-turned-enemy Catra (AJ Michalka), She-Ra fans weren’t left wanting for rich and varied depictions of all kinds of women.

But while the multiple princesses may be a blessing to fans of the show, they’re a curse to the evil Horde that they’re off to do battle with in the upcoming second season of the animated series. As Scorpia (Lauren Ash) says in the new She-Ra and The Princess of Power season 2 trailer, “How many princesses are there?!”

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she-ra and the princesses of power trailer

Prepare for the Power of Grayskull to come three days early. A new She-Ra and the Princesses of Power trailer has been released, featuring both a sneak peek at the opening theme song by Aaliyah Rose and an announcement of a new release date, three days earlier than the original.

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she-ra and the princesses of power trailer

Netflix has released a full She-Ra and the Princesses of Power trailer on the heels of the Dreamworks animated series’ New York Comic-Con panel, unveiling a newly complex story for the remake of the popular ’80s cartoon. The She-Ra reboot has not only given the princess of power an outfit makeover, the Netflix series has given She-Ra a slightly different backstory as well.

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she-ra and the princesses of power teaser

Netflix and Dreamworks have debuted the first footage for their upcoming She-Ra reboot with an intriguing She-Ra and the Princesses of Power teaser trailer. The teaser sets the stage for the family-friendly reboot of the Mattel character, following our heroine Adora as she transforms into the mythical warrior princess for the very first time.

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