Exploring Bow’s storyline in the season two finale of She-Ra.
SHE-RA season three hits Netflix August 2.
New content! A big reveal!
The Beat catches up with Noelle Stevenson.
Although, She-Ra S2 feels more like the back half of S1
Noelle Stevenson and the cast of She-Ra S2 discuss how a shortened season will benefit viewers.
Also, some new pictures as the Princesses prepare to take on the Horde
For the honor of Grayskull!
There are no cats in the Fright Zone.
‘She-Ra’ bites off a lot of angst for its audience to chew, while also leaning hard into queer subtext.