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Netflix's He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe Season 2 - What We Know So Far

Much like Netflix's "Masters of the Universe: Revelation," which debuted in July 2021, the streaming service's new series "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" revisits the popular TV show from the '80s. But while the first series was aimed at adult viewers who had loved the original series, this new series is clearly meant for children. It reimagines He-Man for a new generation of fans, whom we can only assume will one day, 30 years from now, also proudly yell "By the power of Grayskull!" for no apparent reason.

The fact that "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" is aimed at kids hasn't stopped older viewers from watching the CG-animated show, though. Having already binged the first season, we're looking forward to seeing where the show takes us next, so we've started pulling together information about future adventures in Eternia. Here's what we know so far about "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" Season 2.

What is the release date for He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Season 2?

The first season of "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" launched on Netflix on Sept. 16 to fairly positive reviews (though not enough critics reviewed the show to give it a proper score on Rotten Tomatoes). As of publishing, the streaming service has not yet renewed "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" for a second season, but that's hardly out of the ordinary or cause for worry. 

Historically, Netflix waits between one and two months to order additional seasons of its programming (sometimes even longer depending on the show). This gives the company plenty of time to gather all relevant streaming data and make an informed decision about the viability of future seasons. So, while "He-Man" might not have a renewal in hand just yet, we're not exactly worried right now. As soon as we hear something, we'll update this story, so keep checking back.

Who is in the cast of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Season 2?

While the show has not yet been renewed, we can still speculate about who from the cast might return for a potential second season, beginning with Yuri Lowenthal, who voices the show's main character, He-Man/Adam/Tuvar. We'd be surprised if he didn't return.

Other important cast members that could reprise their roles in Season 2 include David Kaye as Cringer/Battle Cat; Grey Griffin as Evelyn/Evil-Lyn; Antony Del Rio as Duncan/Man-at-Arms; Kimberly Brooks as Teela/Eldress/Sorceress; Trevor Devall as R'Qazz/Beast Man; Judy Alice Lee as Krass/Ram Ma'am; Roger Craig Smith as Kronis/Trap-Jaw/General Dolos; Fred Tatasciore as King Randor/Baddrah; Ben Diskin as Skeletor/Prince Keldor; Tom Kenny as Ork-0/RK Units; Max Mitchell as Kitty; and Max Stubington as Young Adam.

Given how Season 1 ended, it's likely that we'll meet some new characters in Season 2, which means the voice cast is likely going to grow as well.

What is the plot of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Season 2?

Set on the planet Eternia, the ten-episode first season of Netflix's "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" follows a young Prince Adam as he discovers the powers of Grayskull. Meanwhile, the villainous Skeletor marches on the capital city of Eternos, determined to take over Castle Grayskull and all of Eternia for himself. The two-part finale of Season 1 features the two and their respective allies facing off, and although Skeletor succeeds in taking over Eternia, the castle and all of our heroes are transported to parts unknown with the help of Eldress.

Because the show has yet to be renewed, there has obviously been no confirmation of what Season 2 of "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" might entail. Still, we can make educated guesses based on how Season 1 ended. So, that being said, we're likely to see what happens to Eternia under Skeletor's rule as well as find out where, exactly, the castle was transported. The possibilities for the latter are endless, with the castle potentially traveling through time and space. The writers could even transport the characters to the original series and really court the favor of the original show's fans (though we admit that is probably less likely than the other options). No matter where Adam and his friends are, though, we wouldn't be surprised if Season 2 follows them as they attempt to make their way back to Eternia in the present timeline to take on Skeletor and oust him from power.