Get ready! The fifth season of “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power” announced his arrival to Netflix for the May 15, 2020their recent official poster warned the fans about the end of the series lively, which was characterized by an inclusive representation of female empowerment and the LGBT community in several of its characters.
The author and producer of “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power”, Noelle Stevenson, shared in an interview for Entertainment Weekly what this series has meant after 4 seasons of much success, being the fifth a form of the conclusion of their representation of the legendary warrior.
“It has been an incredible journey only to have the possibility of sharing these seasons that have come out and see the reactions of the world,” said Noelle Stevenson, along with several details of what he was planning all the development of the series and how the ending has not been rushed into a fifth season, nor a cancellation of Netflix.
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power of Netflix
“I feel very fortunate because we knew from the beginning how many episodes would last for the series. It was created thinking in 52 chapters, the length you have, and it is a blessing for someone who tells stories, because it means that everything will happen when it should happen,” added the producer of the animated series.
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With the phrases “We must be brave,” (be courageous) and “We must be strong” (Must be strong), the magazine Entertainment Weekly unveiled two posters official “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power” series from Netflix that belongs to a new era of animation inclusive; being the recent version of “Voltron: defender legendary” a title also include characters LGBT.