The third season of the Emmy-nominated animated series, “The Dragon Prince,” will be released on Netflix on 14, September 2022. “We’re so excited to share that we’ll be releasing a new season of ‘The Dragon Prince‘ in September!” said Aaron Ehasz, creator and executive producer of the show. “It has been an amazing journey with our cast and crew as well as all the fans who have supported us along the way.”
The Dragon Prince Season 3 Release Date is Set
On the last day of New York Comic-Con, there was a packed hall of fans in attendance. Aaron Ehasz, Justin Richmond, and Senior Writer Neil Mukhopadhyay revealed the series’ future. The audience was thrilled to hear that season three, which will have nine episodes on Netflix on 14, September 2022 will be released. They then screened the first episode of season three before the Q&A.
Those that loved and missed the 2003 series found consolation on Netflix, which carried over some of the creative staff. Is no less rich (and amusing) than its spiritual predecessor program despite radically differing in style and cultural influences that lean toward Tolkienesque stereotypes and design. The planet Zadia is a magical and mystical world where humans, elves, dragons, elemental magic, dark magic, and a vast divide exist between human and non-human beings. Perhaps it is their only chance for redemption are two young royal siblings, Prince Callum (Jack DeSena) and the crown prince Erzan (Sasha Rojen), as well as a teenage assassin elf (Paula Burrows) searching for the Dragon Prince’s stolen egg in their castle.
The two princes and the elf overcome their hatreds to return the kidnapped baby dragon prince, Zym, to the Dragon Queen. Callum, Rayla, and Zym are heading to Xadia in the last episode of season two, while Prince Ezran returns to his kingdom of Katolis to claim his crown after learning about his father’s death. The king’s deceptive court magician Lord Viren (Jason Simpson) is arrested by the court and has made contact with the mysterious elf, Araavos (Erik Todd Dellums), a possible deadly ally.
The creators have strategies for up to seven seasons if Netflix renews the program for future seasons. They encouraged fans to spread GiveUsTheSaga in order to maintain momentum.
- In the first season, Lord Viren traps Runann, the elf assassin who carried out King Harrow’s murders, in a coin. Season three will reveal how Runann is surviving in that coin after being imprisoned by Lord Viren in season one.
- A fan inquired whether Claudia’s questionable healing for Soren’s paralysis (which involved the sacrifice of a newborn deer) would last. They held up their hands to see which fans thought it would or wouldn’t endure.
- The cast and producers teased ideas for marketing, such as jewelry from Hot Topic and other deals to be announced.
- ‘Did Aaravos have relatives?’ According to the creators, an Aaravos family member’s location will be shown on a map in a tie-in book. This relationship influences Aaravos’ actions throughout the series.
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- When a youngster fan inquired if season three will feature races of elves yet to be introduced, the answer was yes.
- In season three, the show relocated to Canada’s Baffin Island.