‘The Dragon Prince’ Revealed Some Bombshell News About The Season 4 Release Date.

Nisha Rathod
Nisha Rathod

Fans of The Dragon Prince tuned in on Friday afternoon to get a 40-minute panel featuring the Netflix animated series’ cast and co-creators performing skits and answering fan questions. No one expected a Season 4 statement, let alone what was actually revealed from the Comic-Con@Home’s final panel.

In case you missed the board, here’s what you want to know more about the Dragon Prince Season 4 release date and beyond.

As Dragon Prince co-creators Aaron Ehasz has shown, Netflix has picked up The Dragon Prince for Season 4. But that’s not all. The streaming service has been dedicated to broadcasting the”entire saga.” When these words were spoken, the cast erupted in excitement and shock as Ehasz added, “we’ve got a lot of work to do.”

But wait, what is The Dragon Prince saga exactly? Well, about a year ago in Comic-Con 2019, the show’s creators outlined a seven-season arc.

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We are aware that The Dragon Prince Season 4 is named Earth (such as Avatar: The Last Airbender, which Ehasz additionally worked on, Dragon Prince technically pertains to every season as a publication ). But beyond that, we understand very little, besides a simple arrangement of two two-season arcs. Last year, the showrunners also told Inverse that Season 4 will continue to follow the exact same main characters, despite representing the beginning of a new segment from the saga.

Observing that 2019 statement, The Dragon Prince buffs were invited to lobby Netflix to renew the show for the whole saga using the hashtag #giveusthesaga, and it appears this strategy worked. Of course, it also helps that cartoon is just one of those few things that may nevertheless be produced through the coronavirus pandemic.

In terms of a particular release date, we have no idea when Dragon Prince Season 4 will arrive. It’s probably a script that already exists (or at least a general overview ), but past that, we don’t know if creation has begun. (Based on the cast’s response, we’re guessing the answer is no.)

You can check out the entire panel in the video below, which also includes a few cute skirts, including one where the show’s characters attempt to play Dungeons and Dragons. There’s also the statement of a Dragon Prince table-top game and a new picture book that takes place immediately after Season 3 and that Ehasz affirms counts as”canon.”

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