The creators and cast of the Netflix original series DreamWorks Voltron Legendary Defender offered fans at New York Comic Con an exclusive sneak peek inside the upcoming season in advance of it’s October 13 premiere.
During the panel, a fan asked Kimberly to choose between Shiro and Lance. She refused to answer on behalf of Princess Allura. But as Kimberly Brooks goes she’s Shiro all the way!
Season 4 kicks off with Shiro back at the Castleship and Keith making a choice that causes a rift between him and Team Voltron. As Allura and team focus on building the Voltron Coalition, Prince Lotor’s plans start to take shape.
Giving an exclusive look inside the upcoming season, executive producer Joaquim Dos Santos, co-executive producer Lauren Montgomery, Josh Keaton (voice of Shiro), A.J. Locascio (voice of Prince Lotor), Kimberly Brooks (voice of Allura) and panel moderator EW’s Chancellor Agard discussed several teasers shown to the jam-packed audience. Among the clips screened for fans, the cast and crew offered a sneak peek into what Prince Lotor has in store for the paladins this season.
The new clip finds Lotor and his generals flying towards a secret inter-reality gate located on the ruins of Planet Daibazaal. By entering the gate, Lotor hopes to pierce the rift between realities and gather enough Quintessence to satisfy, not only the entire Galra Empire, but his own desires for galactic conquest as well.
Additional clips screened look into the tension between Keith and Shiro struggling to determine who should lead Team Voltron, Pidge furthering her quest to find her family, and Allura and Coran in a serious mixup while trying to satisfy their newly discovered love of milkshakes.
DreamWorks Voltron Legendary Defender season 1, 2, & 3 are currently available on Netflix. Catch season 4 exclusively on Netflix this Friday, October 13th!
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