Details of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe season 2 are not well-known at this stage, however it seems likely that the voice cast, which includes Yuri Lowenthal, Kimberly Brooks, and David Kaye, will all get back to reprise their roles in the profoundly reviewed show. Showrunner Rob David is set to return, and, having experience writing for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in the past, he should have no problems continuing to handle a huge franchise. Indeed, David’s job as head author and lead innovative for Mattel’s Playground Productions, and his part in co-plotting the 2013 DC He-Man and the Masters of the Universe comic, settle on him the ideal decision to continue taking the show forward. Netflix and Mattel will be hoping He-Man and the Masters of the Universe season 2 is as well got as season 1.
Famous Netflix enlivened show He-Man and the Masters of the Universe has finally been given its season 2 release date. Viewed as a reimagining of the original 1983 series of the same name, the show takes a fresh glance at the universe of He-Man and tries to recount to stories that speak to an advanced crowd. The series was created by Mattel Television and debuted on Netflix in September 2021, running 10 episodes of around 27 minutes each.
Now, the success of the show has driven Netflix to greenlight season 2. According to a tweet from the official Masters of the Universe Twitter account, fans will not need to stand by long, with the official He-Man season 2 release date announced as March 3. Check out the tweet below, featuring a brilliant, striking teaser poster, alongside “#WeHaveThePower,” a reference to the famous catchphrase from the original show: