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Masters of the Universe: the sequel to the animated series announced on Netflix





Masters of the Universe: Sequel Animated Series Announced on Netflix

Musclor and Skeletor will be making a comeback… on Netflix! Masters of the Universe: Revolution promises us unforgettable adventures.

Bringing old heroes up to date is the challenge that Netflix has decided to take on. raise. Indeed, the streaming giant is teaming up with Mattel Television to create a brand new animated series: Masters of the Universe: Revolution. A new chapter of the eternal fight between Musclor and Skeletor is therefore announced. During Netflix Geeked Week 2022, the platform confirmed this project with a new poster. The series promises a whole new story in the world of Eternia. Musclor and Skeletor will obviously be there, but they won't be alone! Indeed, new threats will be introduced.

Masters of the Universe: Revolutionis supposed to be a sequel to Masters of the Universe: Revelations, premiering in 2021 on Netflix. The latter series was itself a sequel to the original cartoon. Indeed, many plot threads had remained unresolved after the final episode of the 1985 series. This brand new series will therefore be an opportunity for the story to move forward, thanks to many characters who will their big comeback. The executive producers chosen include Kevin Smith, who created and produced Masters of the Universe: Revelations. As of now, nothing has been announced for the casting.

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The Epic Battle Continues

“Masters of the Universe: Revolution is an all-new story that focuses on the Fight Muscle vs. Skeletor as you've never seen it before. It's technology versus magic. It's Musclor and the heroic fighters who find themselves against the armies of Skeletor. A deadly threat to the planet arises in Masters of the Universe: Revolution. This is the next epic chapter in the fight for Eternia. The official poster, which accompanies this synopsis, already promises us an unforgettable new series from the creators of Barbie. The release date hasn't been announced yet, but we can't wait to find out!




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