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.
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.
With Noelle Stevenson at the helm, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power goes well beyond the borders of the original She-Ra: Princess of Power series.
Get ready to enjoy Adora’s adventures a few days early.