‘Masters of the Universe: Revelations’ Season 2
With a cliffhanger like that of Masters of the Universe: Revelations In the first part, the creators have a huge responsibility to provide answers to all the questions they have asked themselves. It’s even more difficult when there are only five more episodes in the season.
The second part of the animation by Kevin Smith Masters of the Universe reboot is now streaming on Netflix, and we finally learn of the fate of Prince Adam (also known as He-Man). The last time we saw him, the hero and heir to Castle Grayskull passed away twice alone in the season’s first five episodes, and his friends had to sacrifice everything for his return.
At the end of Part 1, Teela and the gang found Adam in Preternia and realized that the next time he died, he could never return to the Heavenly Land of Heroes again. (Additionally, Roboto and Orko died so Adam could return and reforge the Grayskull sword.) They returned to Eternia to fight Skeletor. As Adam attempts to summon the power of Grayskull, he is stabbed in the back by Skeletor, who takes the power for himself.
We don’t know if Adam is alive or not, or how our hapless heroes plan to reclaim Grayskull’s power from Skeletor. Part 2 plans to close this mystery and, presumably, give us something to look forward to before we have another season.
But will there be more Masters of the Universe after part 2? Here’s everything we know about Masters of the Universe: Revelations season 2.
Is there a release date for Masters of the Universe Season 2?
No, there is no word on another season yet. From part 2 of season 1 only created, it’s time for Netflix to give the green light before we have to give up hope. If the green light is on soon, we may be able to get more Masters of the Universe: Revelations by the middle of next year. What if we to do getting a second season, that means we’ll be able to hear more talented voices. Seriously, they’re awesome.
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