The Dragon Prince Season 3 Trailer Confirms November Premiere Date

Netflix finally unveils The Dragon Prince season 3 trailer, confirming the animated TV show will return with new episodes this fall.

Netflix The Dragon Prince Season 3 Trailer

Netflix unveils The Dragon Prince season 3 trailer, confirming the animated TV show's premiere date. The Dragon Prince introduces viewers to the world of Xadia, which is split into two factions, one populated by humans and the other by magical beings like elves and dragons. Tensions run high between the magical and non-magical beings, and there's a threat of imminent war when the series kicks off.

In The Dragon Prince season 1, young human princes Callum (Jack DeSena) and Ezran (Sasha Rojen) discover the egg of the dragon prince, which later hatches and is revealed to be named Azymondias. Together with the Moonshadow Elf assassin Rayla (Paula Burrows), the princes set out to return the dragon prince to his people. But their efforts to prevent all-out war are in conflict with the intentions of Viren (Jason Simpson), who serves as advisor to Ezran's father King Harrow (Luc Roderique) and spends much of his time urging the human kingdoms to war with the magical realms. The Dragon Prince season 2 featured Callum, Ezran and Rayla continue on their journey, ending with the team splitting up.

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Now, after The Dragon Prince was renewed for season 3 earlier this year, Netflix has released the trailer. Watch The Dragon Prince season 3 trailer below, which confirms the series' third outing will premiere on November 22nd.

Created by Justin Richmond and Aaron Ehasz, The Dragon Prince season 1 premiered in September 2018 on Netflix, with season 2 following five months later in February. Since its debut on Netflix, The Dragon Prince has become a fan-favorite alongside other animated TV offerings on the streaming site like Voltron: Legendary Defender and the more recent She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. However, it should be noted those two series are produced by DreamWorks TV, while The Dragon Prince hails from Wonderstorm, the studio that's behind both the animated TV show and the upcoming video game.

The Dragon Prince season 3 is sure to continue the adventures of Callum, Ezran and Rayla in a compelling manner - while surprising viewers along the way, just as previous seasons have subverted expectations. And now fans of The Dragon Prince have a better idea of what season 3 will entail, and when they'll get to watch it for themselves.

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Source: Netflix

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