Netflix has revealed the official trailer for the upcoming second season of Mattel Television’s CG-animated series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, based on the company’s iconic toy franchise. It will be available for streaming on Thursday, March 3.
The video features the team as they forge new alliances to stop Skeletor from finding the Sigil of Hiss which he will used to raise his own Army of the Dead.
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He-Man and the Masters of the Universe is created and executive produced by showrunner Rob David. It is a produced by Mattel Television, with House of Cool and CGCG serving as its animation studios.
“In order to save the Power of Grayskull from being destroyed by Skeletor and his mind controlled royal army, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe have taken Castle Grayskull to the distant safety of the aerial kingdom of Avion — where brash braggadocio King Stratos is convinced he and he alone can lead the Motu to victory,” reads the synopsis. “Meanwhile, Teela, Ork-O and King Randor — left behind beneath the streets of Eternos — rally a resistance against the newly-crowned Lord Skeletor and his Dark Masters. But in order for Teela to gain any ground with her impending insurrection, she and her team will need to win over the king of “the world below,” the multi-faceted Man-E-Faces!
But one throne and crown aren’t enough for Skeletor, who’s set his sights on using his newly acquired royal resources to unearth the long-lost Sigil of Hiss — an ancient Eternian artifact once used by the legendary King Hiss himself to lead an army of the undead! As the race to save Eternia from Skeletor’s total conquest begins from both above and below, Prince Adam and He-Man will need to learn some hard lessons about how to be a leader — and how great the cost of victory can sometimes truly be…”
It features the voices of Yuri Lowenthal as He-Man/Adam/Tuvar, Stephen Fry as Man-E-Faces, David Kaye as Cringer/Battle Cat, Grey Griffin as Evelyn/Evil-Lyn, Antony Del Rio as Duncan/Man-at-Arms, Kimberly Brooks as Teela/Eldress/Sorceress, Trevor Devall as R’Qazz/Beast Man, Judy Alice Lee as Krass/Ram Ma’am, Roger Craig Smith as Kronis/Trap-Jaw/General Dolos, Fred Tatasciore as King Randor/Baddrah, Ben Diskin as Skeletor/Prince Keldor, Tom Kenny as Ork-0/RK
Units, Max Mitchell as Kitty, Max Stubington as Young Adam, Zeno Robinson as Stratos, Dee Bradley Baker as Webstor, and Bobcat Goldthwait as Gary the Dragonfly.
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He-Man and the Masters of the Universe is executive produced by Frederic Soulie, Adam Bonnett, Christopher Keenan, and Jeff Matsuda. It is produced by Susan Corbin, with Bryan Q. Miller set as the story editor. Writers are Miller, Peter Binswanger, Amanda Deibert, and Lila Scott.