During the She-Ra and the Princesses of Power panel at the San Diego Comic Con, creators, talent, and producers were on hand to talk about the show, and share the first trailer for season 3.

Panelists included executive producer Noelle Stevenson, Aimee Carrero(Adora/She-Ra), Karen Fukuhara (Glimmer), Marcus Scribner (Bow), Lauren Ash (Scorpia), and moderator Patrick Gomez, Entertainment Weekly Senior Editor.

Season 3 finds Adora learning that many things in her past are not what they seem, leading her to embark on a journey of discovery to the desolate Crimson Waste where she meets Huntara. Punished by Hordak for Shadow Weaver’s escape, Catra and Scorpia also find themselves sent to this land of cutthroats and criminals on a mission to aid Hordak and Entrapta’s master plan. Feeling pushed aside, Catra will stop at nothing to bring Adora and the Princess Alliance down as the fate of Etheria hangs in the balance.

Season 3 Trailer | SHE-RA AND THE PRINCESSES OF POWER

Adora, Glimmer, and Bow embark on a journey of discovery that leads them to the desolate Crimson Waste. Meanwhile, Hordak and Entrapta push Catra aside while they conjure up a master plan that only The Princess Alliance can stop. The journey of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power continues on Netflix August 2nd!

Panel Highlights Include:

  1. When asked about a possible musical episode, Aimee Carrero shared that Adora would most likely be the worst singer of the bunch and Lauren Ash is pretty sure there is no music in the Horde, but
  2. Scorpia probably sings herself to sleep.
  3. When Geena Davis saw her character art for the first time she said “her abs!”
  4. Marcus Scribner’s favorite line to say is “Glimmmmmer”.
  5. Noelle Stevenson shared that the character Mara references a character from He-Man.
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