She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Season 2 (2019)


Season 2
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power

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She-Ra and the Princesses of Power continues to go from strength to strength with ebullient flair in a second season that will enrapture younger fans while reminding adult viewers about the virtues of friendship and kindness.

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Critic Ratings: 13

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User Ratings: 382

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Episodes

Air date: Apr 26, 2019

The Horde's bots attack the Woods, but the princesses cannot capture one intact; Glimmer struggles with leadership, but Catra doesn't have similar problems.

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Air date: Apr 26, 2019

When they realize Entrapta is alive, Bow and Glimmer head to Dryl to rescue her; Light Hope sends Adora and Swift Wind to fix a First Ones installation.

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Air date: Apr 26, 2019

The squad heads to Alwyn, the Rebellion's breadbasket, because it's been out of contact and there are rumors that it's haunted; Entrapta sneaks into Hordak's lab.

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Air date: Apr 26, 2019

Adora and the princesses role-play plans for retaking a Horde fortress; with Scorpia in charge, the defenders confront a challenge.

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Air date: Apr 26, 2019

Catra, Entrapta and Scorpia head to the Northern Reach for First Ones tech; the squad follows with Sea Hawk, who is having relationship issues.

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Air date: Apr 26, 2019

An imprisoned Shadow Weaver recalls her past as Light Spinner, a powerful sorcerer who taught Glimmer's father; Hordak assigns Catra a deadline.

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Air date: Apr 26, 2019

As Catra searches for Shadow Weaver, Adora and Glimmer follow Bow home and learn that he's been lying to his family.

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Cast & Crew

Aimee Carrero
Adora

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Karen Fukuhara
Glimmer

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Amanda Michalka
Catra

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Marcus Scribner
Bow

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Reshma Shetty
Angella

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Lorraine Toussaint
Shadow Weaver

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Keston John
Hordak

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Lauren Ash
Scorpia

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Christine Woods
Entrapta

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Jordan Fisher
Seahawk

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Vella Lovell
Mermista

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Merit Leighton
Frosta

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Sandra Oh
Castaspella

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Noelle Stevenson
Executive Producer
Chuck Austen
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Season 2

Audience Reviews for She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Season 2

  • Mar 08, 2022
    This season is too short to really get you involved, but the ending is a good cliffhanger. But overall, this season is not as good as Season 1.
  • Oct 23, 2021
    A much better improvement over the first season, playing to its strengths and charm.
  • Sep 15, 2021
    An absolute amazing continuation of an already well done first season
  • Aug 12, 2021
    por favor para isso está destruindo a imagem do original
  • Jul 27, 2021
    Awful graphics horrible story line just bad.
  • Jul 25, 2021
    Mostly comedic first half but the stakes go up IMMENSELY.
  • Jul 25, 2021
    It has very lovable characters and includes much comedy to not make it to dramatic despite the dark themes such as abuse, war crimes, colonialism & sacrifices.
  • Jul 24, 2021
    This is what happens when your entire mission statement is "representation." That is, the shallow, pitiful notion that you can't relate to a character unless they resemble you in race, gender, body shape, etc. That is, when you judge people people on the basis of their physical attributes, rather than the content of their character. To that end, She-Ra sets about satisfying "representation" with characters that have none, just merely cliches and stereotypes. Aside from killing of sparkle-fatty-girl's mom, there are no lasting consequences. Nothing anyone does matters, because the plotline moves along and around without them. Catra is the worst of the bunch, being insufferably petulant, and constantly casting herself as the victim - which appears to go along neatly with the intended audience of this show: everyone who has a grudge, a grievance, and can only be inspired by a proxy of themselves pretending to be an eternal victim, who imagines themselves to be "oppressed" (you know, in the first world) or has "trauma" (any emotional discomfort whatsoever). And it's particularly relevant considering Catra has literally no redeeming features, no actual skills - aside from the ability fo fill up the room with her pouting - and constantly fails miserably, yet still somehow "fails upwards." Which appears to be the sentiment of the intended audience once again: that the world "owes" them, and merit is irrelevant; one should still be expected to be promoted and progress in life anyway. There are so many ways this show could have been something other than post-millennial identity masturbatory fulfillment, but they seem to have decided not to aim any higher.
  • Jul 24, 2021
    And the series starts the downhill slide, it wont recover from. It had room to get better after season 1, but never found its footing again and just started sliding into bleh mehness.
  • Jun 01, 2021
    The funniest season of all.

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