Dragon Prince Season 2 Coming To Netflix Next Year

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Now Playing: Netflix's The Dragon Prince Season 1 Review

The Netflix animated fantasy series The Dragon Prince just debuted in September, and it's already been renewed for a second season. During a panel at New York Comic-Con, the creative team announced it will be coming in 2019. The official Twitter account followed up with some key art.

The announcement was accompanied by a new trailer that showed some of the story we can expect from the second season. "It's a big story, and we have a lot more to tell," said co-creator Aaron Ehasz. (This page will be updated with the trailer once it's released online.)

The Dragon Prince borrows talent from Nickelodeon's revered original series Avatar: The Last Airbender, particularly in Ehasz who was a writer on that show. It borrows some thematic elements and is similarly set in a fantasy world--though it's more western high-fantasy with magic and dragons.

In GameSpot's The Dragon Prince Season 1 review, Nick Sherman praised the tight plotting and rich world design, but said it needed more time to deliver on its potential. "If you’re curious about The Dragon Prince and want to tap into another grand animated adventure, you should," he said. "It begins more confident in its worldbuilding, tone, and themes than Avatar did, but when The Last Airbender finished its first 20 episodes, I was hooked. With The Dragon Prince, I'll have to see more to know whether I'll fall completely in love with this world."

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