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She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Season 1 (2018)
Critic Consensus: By the grace of Grayskull, She-Ra and the Princess of Power packs a powerful visual punch that hits even harder thanks to layered writing and multidimensional characters -- the perfect show for seasoned fans and little ones alike.
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as Princess Adora/She-Ra
as Shadow Weaver
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The setup is simple enough, but the show's rainbow visuals, delightful cast, and crackling sense of humor are anything but.
If Stevenson and her crew avoid further lazy fetch-quest plots and keep to the emotional core they build here, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power has the potential to become a new fantasy classic.
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power gives children the representation many of us did not have growing up, and honestly, it's about time.
Netflix's reboot is warm and cheerful while not dismissing anyone's emotions, especially those that younger viewers can relate to. As much as it is about adventure and superpowers, it's also about kindness and empathy.
This culmination of deep world building, beautiful artistry, and vocal performances makes She-Ra and the Princesses of Power a remarkable cartoon.
Audience Reviews for She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Season 1
Its an odd show to be honest. While I like the concept of the first ones story line, and it makes a lot of sense. It does give you more than the original TV show from the 80s. That much of the show I do like. What I do not like about the show is the men are all very metro sexual. Bow and The Sea Captain are both so borderline gay I am not sure this is a good example of men. While the show is all about girl power, its just a bad example of a show with values for young kids. Bow seems like a girls best gay friend. Oddly I am watching it, but not a great show.
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