She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Season 3 (2019)


Season 3
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power

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She-Ra continues in fabulous fashion with solid season full of greater stakes, deeper friendships, and just the right amount of magic.

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Air date: Aug 2, 2019

Shadow Weaver refuses to speak to anyone but Adora; Catra awaits punishment; Entrapta pushes Hordak to work on the portal project.

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Air date: Aug 2, 2019

The squad discovers inhabitants on the Crimson Waste; Adora decides to trust Huntara; Hordak tells Entrapta about Horde Prime.

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Air date: Aug 2, 2019

Catra and Scorpia have no trouble fitting in; Huntara and the squad board Mara's ship in an attempt to see her message.

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Air date: Aug 2, 2019

Glimmer wants to make a raid on the Fright Zone, and Shadow Weaver is willing to help; Adora tries to talk to Entrapta.

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Air date: Aug 2, 2019

After waking up with Catra in the Fright Zone, Adora's convinced something's wrong, but only Scorpia seems to agree.

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Air date: Aug 2, 2019

King Micah and Queen Angella are shocked by Adora's story; with time running out, Adora turns to Bow and Glimmer for help.

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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
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Chuck Austen
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Audience Reviews for She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Season 3

  • Mar 10, 2022
    This is when She-Ra peaked. The suspense is great and the ending is sad, this is the end of Act 2 of She-Ra. Unfortunately, it's all down hill from here.
  • Nov 19, 2021
    the best season it's quality
  • Oct 23, 2021
    So far every season has just been getting stronger.
  • Sep 15, 2021
    Definitely a show that tugs at your heart strings and is perfect for the whole family.
  • Aug 12, 2021
    _/﹋\_ (҂`_´) - vocês não podem continuar <;︻╦╤─ ҉ - - - - - - - - - - - - -
  • Jul 27, 2021
    Just bad graphics suck the story is horrible
  • Jul 25, 2021
    The emotions from this season are unparalleled.
  • 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
    Honestly, pretty terrible. This is the last season I could stomach watching. The characters are paper-thin, being nothing more than ice-girl, flower-girl, nasty-girl, zapping-fatty girl, etc, the show is desperate to signal its virtues, there's no consequences for anything, especially Catra, who is the worst character of all, has a giant chip on her shoulder for literally no reason, is just a horrible person and despite continuously failing at everything - including being evil - somehow manages to constantly "fail upwards." Adora is actually the most interesting of the characters, and considering she's a literal Mary Sue, that says something about everyone else. It's clear this series wasn't written by anyone with any knowledge of the original series or franchise, other than purely academic (character bios on a page), and certainly not by a fan. Don't waste your time starting the series. You'll be constantly annoyed and frustrated.
  • Aug 22, 2020
    In Season 3, everything changes. As Catra‘a feeling of abandonment twist her ambitions and turn her interests further away from Adora, she advances in the Horde despite losing the captive Shadow Weaver - who immediately goes to Bright Moon. Growing more and more desperate, Catra seizes upon Entrapta‘s work on the Portal, despite warnings that any attempt to open a Portal will be unstable and dangerous. But as she said in the very first episode, there's nothing too low for Catra, and she begins a descent into near madness because of her obsession to win at last. This results in her banishment to the Crimson Waste, where Scorpia encourages her to remain. But capturing Adora changes Catra‘a direction, and when Adora escapes, her subsequent betrayal of Entrapta, plants seeds for the beginnings of Scorpia realizing that Catra is not a good friend despite her crush. Meanwhile, at Bright Moon, She-Ra heals Shadow Weaver and gains insight into her powers. Friendships deepen, alliances are forged, and all of the characters have moments to shine. In the final episodes, Catra's folly creates an existential threat which nearly destroys Etheria, and changes the Best Friend Squad's lives forever.

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