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She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Season 2 (2019)
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She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is back for a stronger second season, featuring dynamic stories and characters.
I do believe She-Ra has genuine medical benefits. We will need to stop fighting, someday, and start healing.
The most surprising thing about She-Ra and the Princesses of Power's second season is there's less implicit queerness than season one. But also: There's more explicit queerness than season one. Way more!
So though it doesn't have nearly as many chances to further the story, She-Ra And The Princesses Of Power is every bit as enjoyable and heartwarming in its second season.
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Season Two is good, but perhaps not great. It's held back simply due to the fact that none of it ever seems to come to fruition by the end of the season despite teasing certain plot hooks throughout.
More emphasis on character isn't a bad thing, but when your sophomore outing is about half the size of your first, your show can't help but pack less of a punch, even if your lead is more of a skilled fighter this time around.
Season 2, unfortunately, lacks any cohesive plot, relying on episodic sub-plots to move it forward.
It matches the humor and adventure of season one while teasing interesting direction.
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is back in a big way in Season 2, with plenty of action, humor, vibrant animation, and a colorful array of characters of all sorts.
Season 2 is only seven episodes long, exactly half the length of the previous season. But it does pack an awful lot in.
She-Ra is willing to do what so many kids shows don't: give us believable and relatable emotions. Amongst those though is a fantastic world that is further given depth throughout season two.
Audience Reviews for She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Season 2
Jun 01, 2021The funniest season of all.
Aug 22, 2020This is really a half season, but I'm going with it. Once again, we're given interwoven storylines that all serve the greater whole, and begin to paint the broader picture of what our heroes will be facing down the road. We see the origin of Shadow Weaver, and we find the Best Friends Squad reeling with horror upon learning that Entrapta is very much alive after leaving her for dead when a rescue mission goes sideways. We also meet Bow's dads, and are treated to a fun episode that calls back to the original series and the hilarious outfits they were saddled with. Though it's a short season, it's a good time, and it serves to move the series along.
Aug 01, 2020It's not just the genuine representation - It's the quality of it all; characters, storytelling, visuals...
Jun 17, 2020Amazing, it's just a pity Netflix decided to split the season in half.
Jun 06, 2020Si bien esta es una temporada intermedia, es el momento de enamorarse de los personajes secundarios, con una historia bien construida y mucha risa
May 26, 2020This is where it all started to get even more interesting.
May 25, 2020Hilarious moments, great characters with surprising depth, and obviously made with love by a talented creative team!
May 25, 2020We can't get enough of the best friend squad!
May 23, 2020Oh catra, what... No... The characters growth in this series as their sides are solidified and it seems that the horde becomes an increasingly dangerous force to reckon with I'm excited to see what the next series brings!
May 22, 2020Not as strong as season 1, but there were plenty of wonderful surprises moving into season 3!