Following the well-recieved first season of the Netflix original series from DreamWorks’ ‘Voltron Legendary Defender’, executive producer Joaquim Dos Santos, co-executive producer Lauren Montgomery and writer Tim Hedrick thrilled fans with confirmation of a second season arriving later this year during their San Diego Comic-Con panel Thursday, 21 July.
Joined by surprise guest Steven Yeun, who voices Keith the pilot of the red lion, panel attendees were treated to behind-the-scenes stories, the filmmakers’ favorite scenes from season 1 (including that big Pidge reveal) and a sneak peek of what promises to be an epic second season. Picking up in the moments following the season one finale cliff-hanger, viewers will follow Team Voltron in the wake of Haggar’s disruption of their wormhole as they are scattered across the universe. Season 2 of DreamWorks Voltron Legendary Defender will premiere exclusively on Netflix in late 2016.
The first season of the show had started its broadcast on 10 June, 2016 on Netflix.
DreamWorks also announced the season 1 soundtrack featuring 11 tracks from series which is now available on iTunes.
Joaquim Dos Santos will act as the executive producer along with Lauren Montgomery, while it has been penned down by Tim Hendrick.
Kimberly Brooks (Ben 10: Omniverse) will be voicing Princess Allura; Rhys Darby (Flight of the Concords) will take up Coran, Shiro’ Black Lion will be brought to life by Josh Keaton (Green Lantern: The Animated Series); Tyler Labine (Reaper) will voice Hunk, Yellow Lion; Jeremy Shada (Batman: The Brave and the Bold) will be lending voice to Lance, Blue Lion; Pidge, Green Lion will be voiced by Bex Taylor-Klaus (Arrow, iZombie) and Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead) will voice Keith, Red Lion.