Co-creators Aaron Ehasz and Justin Richmond were on hand with news that all nine episodes of the new season will stream November 3. They also shared the Season 4 Official Trailer and key art from the show.
Produced by Wonderstorm and led by co-creators Ehasz and Richmond, The Dragon Prince premiered globally on Netflix in September 2018. Then, in 2020, Netflix took the unusual step of renewing the series for four additional seasons. With this multi-season renewal, Netflix committed to fully realizing the creators’ vision as the story unfolds over seven seasons.
Check out the Season 4 trailer:
Source: Netflix
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The Dragon Prince won the 2020 Emmy Award for Outstanding Children’s Animated Series and has been a “Top 10 Digital Original” for all its season runs, garnering a 100% Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Wonderstorm is also currently developing a video game based on the series.
Last week at New York Comic Con, Netflix treated fans to a panel previewing The Dragon Prince Season 4, the first season in the next phase of the saga, “Mystery of Aaravos.”

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