"The Dragon Prince" is an American fantasy computer-animated streaming television series directed by Villads Spangsberg, Giancarlo Volpe, Aaron Ehasz and Justin Richmond.
The starring cast includes Paula Burrows, Sasha Rojen, Racquel Belmonte, Jesse Inocalla, Jason Simpson, Jack De Sena, Erik Dellums, Jonathan Holmes, Omari Newton, Luc Roderique and others.

Here are "The Dragon Prince" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for The Dragon Prince TV series?

Netflix Futures on Saturday, September 01, 2018 released the trailer for "The Dragon Prince" you can watch here:
The Dragon Prince | Official Trailer | Netflix.

Plot summary

What is The Dragon Prince TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "The Dragon Prince" TV series plot summary.

The series is set in a fantasy world on the continent of Xadia which is rich in magic derived from six primal elements: the Sun, Moon, Stars, Earth, Sky, and Ocean. Centuries ago, the dragons, elves, and humans of Xadia lived in peace. However, the humans, being unable to utilize magic naturally, began to use dark magic, which is fueled by the life essence of magical creatures. As a consequence, they were driven away to the west, and the continent was split in two by a massive river of lava.
1000 years later, the human king Harrow (Luc Roderique) of Katolis and his advisor, the dark mage Viren (Jason Simpson), have killed the dragon king, and supposedly destroyed his heir's egg. In retaliation, elf assassins attempt to kill Harrow and his heir Ezran (Sasha Rojen). Ezran, his half-brother Callum (Jack De Sena), and the assassin Rayla (Paula Burrows) discover that the egg was not destroyed; they undertake to return the egg to Xadia. Viren seizes power after Harrow's assassination and sends his children Claudia (Racquel Belmonte) and Soren (Jesse Inocalla) to kill the princes and recover the egg. At the end of the first season, the egg hatches into the Dragon Prince, Zym.
In the second season, Viren attempts to rally the other human kingdoms to war against Xadia; he also makes a secret alliance with the mysterious, imprisoned elf mage Aaravos (Erik Dellums), with whom he communicates through a magic mirror and a caterpillar-like creature. Meanwhile, Callum becomes the first human to directly access primal magic, connecting with the Sky Arcanum. By the end of Season 2, Viren is imprisoned for treason for having illicitly used Harrow's seal, and for abusing his powers of dark magic. Ezran learns of his father's death and returns to Katolis to claim the throne.

Cast

Who plays who in the The Dragon Prince TV series?

Here is the full cast and characters of "The Dragon Prince" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Paula Burrows  as Rayla
Sasha Rojen  as Ezran
Racquel Belmonte  as Claudia
Jesse Inocalla  as Soren
Jason Simpson  as Viren
Jack De Sena  as Callum
Erik Dellums  as Aaravos
Jonathan Holmes  as Runaan
Omari Newton  as Corvus
Luc Roderique  as Harrow
Adrian Petriw  as Gren
Nahanni Mitchell  as Ellis
Ellie King  as Lujanne
Vincent Tong  as Prince Kasef
Rena Anakwe  as Janai
Ian James Corlett  as Ibis
Kazumi Evans  as Sarai
Peter Kelamis  as Villads
Sam Vincent  as Lt. Fen
Cole Howard  as Crow Master
Rhona Rees  as Nyx
Brenda Crichlow  as Sunfire Queen
Ashleica Edmond  as Kazi
Patricia Isaac  as Queen Neha
Jay Brazeau  as Doctor
Michael Daingerfield  as Ellis's Father
Brian Drummond  as Dark Mage
Zelda Ehasz  as Queen Aanya
Vincent Gale  as Ethari
Adrian Hough  as Sol Regem
Ely Jackson  as Rayla's Mother
Chris Metzen  as Thunder
Tyrone Savage  as Rayla's Father

Filming

What are The Dragon Prince filming details?

"The Dragon Prince" series are produced by Bardel Entertainment (animation), MWM Studios and Wonderstorm.

The average duration of each episode is 24 - 33 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

"The Dragon Prince" TV series is rated "G", according to the MPAA film rating system.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about The Dragon Prince TV series?

"The Dragon Prince" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.4/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 69/100.

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