SDCC 2018, Dreaworks and Netflix Spoilers follows.
Voltron Legendary Defender Only Has 2 Seasons and 26 episodes Left! Plus A Paladin Revealed As Gay!
This year’s San Diego Comic-Con panel for Voltron: Legendary Defender was full of goofs, character discussions, and news about the series’ upcoming seventh season, which will be released on Netflix on Aug. 10. The crew also revealed that the following seasons will return to a 13-episode format and that there are only 26 episodes remaining in the show. Currently, season eight does not have a set release date…
…Despite the fact that Voltron is moving into endgame, the new season will bring plenty of exciting content that will answer long standing fan questions including — minor spoiler! — LGBTQ representation in the series and the nature of some of the characters’ relationships.
The first six seasons of Voltron: Legendary Defender are currently available to stream on Netflix. All 13 episodes of season seven will be available on Aug. 10.
The teaser trailer for Season 7 of Voltron: Legendary Defender is here.
In case you are wondering, Paladin leader Shiro is a part of the LGBTQ+ community.
Finally, if you’re wondering how a series that began in 2016 will end shortly with a Season 8, here is how the seasons broke out:
- Season 1 – 11 episodes – June 2016
- Season 2 – 13 episodes – January 2017
- Season 3 – 7 episodes – August 2017
- Season 4 – 6 episodes – October 2017
- Season 5 – 6 episodes – March 2018
- Season 6 – 7 episodes – June 2018
- Season 7 – 13 episodes – August 2018
- Season 8 – 13 episodes – TBA
A cool show.
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