The official storyline and release date for The Dragon Prince Season 4 is yet to be released, but fans can not confine themselves from calling what they are able to see in the upcoming season. The Dragon Prince is an American fantasy computer-animated streaming television series created for Netflix by Aaron Ehasz and Justin Richmond, produced by Wonderstorm, and animated by Bardel Entertainment.
The production for Dragon Prince Season 4 has been severely affected as a result of the prevailing Covid-19 pandemic just like any other amusement project. Season 1 was first released in 2018 and Season 3 and 2 were released in 2019.
The Dragon Prince Season 4 will see the coming of Jack DeSena to give a voice for Callum. Sasha Rojen and Paula Burrows will even understand the return to lending voice for Ezran and Rayla respectively. Erik Dellums, Jesse Inocalla, Jason Simpson, and Racquel Belmonte will also lend their voice to get Aaravos, Soren, Viren, and Claudia respectively.
No preview on The Dragon Prince Season 4 was released yet. On the other hand, the series fans are absolutely glad to learn that Bardel Entertainment Inc. (a Canada-based animation company) will last to co-produce with Wonderstorm in the fourth to seventh year.
“We are extremely excited to keep this creative cooperation with Wonderstorm and Netflix and enlarge this rich world into the following four seasons. I’ve said it before but it is a really perfect partnership. Wonderstorm has a sweeping vision with this saga, and Bardel’s success has always come in pushing boundaries. We are delighted to go down this imaginative path together again,” Bardel SVP of Development & Production, Tina Chow said.
The Dragon Prince Season 4 will concentrate on deep politics between humans and elves. The battle between the magical monsters and people may finally come to a conclusion. The humans needed a cause to destroy the dragon Prince and ruin the egg with his successor.
The Dragon Prince founders have recently taken to social media to show the deterrent of Season 4’s production in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic. “Our team has been working hard since the complete Saga was greenlit to deliver you the next phase of The Dragon Prince with care, passion, and imagination,” they cited.
“Even though the pandemic has impacted the process at each level, the reality is that productions of the scale always take a great deal of time. We’re writing the story and scripts, building the manufacturing group, and creating other new, exciting regions of Xadia for one to explore. Though we can’t give you a date for Season 4 at this point, we would like you to know that the new seasons will probably be well worth the wait” They composed on social media.
— The Dragon Prince (@thedragonprince) January 28, 2021