The next season of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is right around the corner! That means we’ll get two seasons (or three, technically) in a single year! How exciting!
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is one of my favorite shows on TV…or, technically, Netflix. It’s well-written, well-plotted and the characters are all fascinating and fun. It’s possibly the best revival of an old cartoon. And the new season promises some actual story progression with some big changes!
Needless to say, I’m excited and can’t wait! The new episodes arrive on Nov. 5!
The fourth season of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power will arrive on Netflix on Nov. 5! That’s less than a month away! And it’s going to be a full 13 episode season, instead of the half-seasons we got with 2 and 3. I’m very excited!
Here’s a quick teaser, released at New York Comic Con.
Not too much to see yet, but there are some big changes in store! Glimmer is now queen. Catra co-leads the Horde. All sorts of fun is afoot! I can’t wait! I love this show! And you should definitely be watching, if you’re not already.
It’s a pretty slow Monday in stuff I have ready to post on the internet, so I think I’m going to take this moment to remind you all that season 3 of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is out on Netflix!
It’s a great season and a great show!
Also out is the third season of GLOW, which is another amazing show! Seriously, two of my favorite shows these days came out with their third seasons within a week of each other! I’m thrilled. And the next season of BoJack Horseman should be available soon.
Honestly, TV is great these days! I’m a very happy geek.
I absolutely loved the first season of She-Ra and the Princess of Power. It was pretty much perfect, and everything I could want from a modern cartoon reboot of an 80s classic. And season is arrives on April 26!
Of course, that’s the same weekend Avengers: Endgame arrives, so it’s going to be a busy weekend! We just have to get through the entire month of April first…
Sometimes a piece of entertainment comes along that makes you change everything you thought you had planned for your blog. I don’t review TV shows often (unless they’re superhero shows), but after watching the first season of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power on Netflix, I knew I had to do more to preach the good word about this cartoon. Holy cow, you henchies, it’s good!
TV Rating: 10/10 – Fantastic
Based on the He-Man spin-off from the 1980s, She-Ra and the Princess of Power is about Adora, raised and trained by the evil Horde to help conquer the planet of Etheria. When she finds a magic sword that transforms her into a golden Amazon named She-Ra, she starts to learn just how evil and damaging the Horde really is. Adora switches sides and joins the Rebellion, making fast friends with some of the titular Princesses of Power along the way.
The new show was adapted and brought to the screen by Noelle Stevenson, one of the genius co-creators behind Lumberjanes. You can easily see Stevenson’s style in She-Ra, and I already loved her from Lumberjanes. She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is everything I want from modern cartoons! You can find it on Netflix!
Join me after the jump for my review/thoughts on the first season of the show! Except FULL SPOILERS for the season.