Netflix’s beloved original series, The Dragon Prince, is making a triumphant return with Season 5 this month, and fans received some thrilling news during the San Diego Comic-Con panel. Netflix surprised everyone by announcing that Season 5 would premiere earlier than expected, and it’s already available for streaming starting today, July 22. Originally, the new season was set to release next week on July 27.
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The Dragon Prince initially graced our screens in 2018, captivating viewers with its enchanting tale. The first season introduced us to two young princes, Ezran (Sasha Rojen) and Callum (Jack De Sena). Their lives take an unexpected turn when they form a unique bond with an elven assassin named Rayla (Paula Burrows). Together, they embark on a quest to protect the dragon prince’s egg and seek to bring harmony between the magical realm of Xadia and the human kingdoms. This quest remains at the heart of the series. Meanwhile, Viren (Jason Simpson) remains determined to seize the throne.
Season 4 transported us two years into the future, with peace reigning across the land following the defeat of Viren’s army. However, peace is short-lived, as trouble brews anew. Claudia (Racquel Belmont) resurrects the formerly deceased Viren, and a mysterious storyline involving “The Mystery of Aaravos” unfolds. As the season concluded, Claudia is on a mission to locate Aaravos (Erik Dellums). Yet, in their haste, she and Terry (Benjamin Callins) leave behind an enchanted staff, which Viren seizes and seems to become possessed by. In Season 5, we’ll witness Terry and Claudia’s efforts to save Viren’s life, while Callum, Ezran, Rayla, and Soren (Jesse Inocalla) join forces with their allies to defend the lands against the impending return of the Startouch Elves.
The Magical Team Behind The Dragon Prince
The Dragon Prince, a captivating series, boasts a creative team led by Justin Richmond and Aaron Ehasz, with Ehasz having contributed to beloved series like Futurama and Avatar: The Last Airbender. Steering the ship as directors are the talented Villads Spangsberg (known for Monkie Kid), along with George Samilksi, Lih Liau, and Giancarlo Volpe. This dynamic team of Ehasz, Richmond, Volpe, and Spangsberg also serves as executive producers, joined by the talented Devon Giehl, Iain Hendry, and Neil Mukhopadhy.
The voice cast, including talented individuals like Adrian Petriw, Omari Newton, and Rena Anakwe, adds depth and life to the series. The Dragon Prince has earned its place among Netflix’s more long-running original shows, becoming one of the streamer’s cherished series.
Mark your calendars because The Dragon Prince Season 5 is set to premiere on July 22, exclusively on Netflix. Catch a glimpse of what’s to come in the trailer below.