Well, today is the day. The day we say goodbye to one of our favorite animated series. That is if you binge the final season all today. That’s right, the eighth and final season of Voltron is on Netflix today, with 13 more episodes bringing the galactic battle to an end – and we are hoping that it ends in a good way.
If you haven’t been tuning in to watch Voltron over the last couple of years, now is the time to start watching it and catch up. Follow five ordinary teens become heroes in the universe when they’re introduced to alien tech in the form of Voltron. The show brings together the students as they work together as a team, meet royalty and protect the world from aliens that threaten it.
All eight seasons are on Netflix now, and the show is loosely based on the series from the 80’s we grew up watching. But with a new animation style and new takes on some of the characters, you and your kids will love this series. Start at the beginning and watch as the series unfolds and brings peace to the galaxy, and find a new show that you’ll love to share with your family.
Voltron Season 8 Trailer:
About Voltron Season 8:
With the highly anticipated final season premiere approaching, DreamWorks Animation Television is excited to share the Voltron Legendary Defender season eight trailer!
After saving the Earth, the Paladins embark to prevent Honerva from setting into motion her deadliest plan yet. It’s a race against the clock as the Voltron Coalition gathers from the corners of the galaxy to defend the universe once and for all.
The thirteen-episode season will be an emotional and epic journey not only for the paladins, but also for the fans and team behind the series.
“We are incredibly proud to bring the story of Voltron Legendary defender to a close with the 8th and final season. It has been an absolute honor to work alongside such a talented and dedicated crew these past 4 years over 78 episodes. Witnessing the fandom grow and evolve alongside the show has been nothing short of amazing and saying goodbye to these characters, the amazing worlds they inhabit and the crazy vehicles they pilot will be truly bittersweet. We can only hope that this series will be looked back on fondly in the years to come and stoke the creative flame inside all of us, the same way the original did when we first watched it.” – executive producers Joaquim Dos Santos and Lauren Montgomery.
Executive produced by Joaquim Dos Santos and Lauren Montgomery the series features the voice talents of Steven Yeun (Keith), Tyler Labine (Hunk), Bex Taylor-Klaus (Pidge), Jeremy Shada (Lance), Josh Keaton (Shiro), Kimberly Brooks (Princess Allura) and Rhys Darby (Coran). Additional voices include Ana Gasteyer (Krolia), Mimi Davila (Romelle), Dave Coulier (Bii Boh Bi), Neil Kaplan (Zarkon), Cree Summer (Haggar), AJ LoCascio (Prince Lotor) and more.