Welcome, to both our new and returning listeners, to the Saturday Mourning Cartoons podcast! The weekly show for all things animation, including news, reviews, and interviews, features co-hosts Dave Trumbore and Sean Paul Ellis. We are a part of the Collider Factory podcast network under the curated Collider Weekly list, and this week we’re bringing you our review of She Ra and the Princesses of Power Season 3. Plus, as an added bonus, we have interviews with actor Marcus Scribner, who plays Bow on the DreamWorks series, and creator/showrunner Noelle Stevenson, who shares insight on Season 3 and beyond. New episodes are on Netflix now!
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Here’s the official synopsis for this season of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power:
Season 3 finds Adora learning that many things in her past are not what they seem, leading her to embark on a journey of discovery to the desolate Crimson Waste where she meets Huntara. Punished by Hordak for Shadow Weaver’s escape, Catra and Scorpia also find themselves sent to this land of cutthroats and criminals on a mission to aid Hordak and Entrapta’s master plan. Feeling pushed aside, Catra will stop at nothing to bring Adora and the Princess Alliance down as the fate of Etheria hangs in the balance.