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Netflix Drops ‘Masters of the Universe: Revelation Part Two’ Trailer

The 5-episode finale of Kevin Smith and Mattel Television’s He-Man vs. Skeletor saga premieres November 23, and we can’t wait to see how the epic battle for Eternia concludes.

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Netflix Sets ‘Masters of the Universe: Revelation Part 2’ Premiere

Streamer makes it official, announcing its epic conclusion to Kevin Smith and Mattel’s two-part animated series is coming next month.  

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Netflix Plans to Get Geeky at COMIC-CON@HOME

The streaming giant’s ‘Geeked’ sessions feature sneak peaks of ‘Masters of The Universe: Revelation,’ ‘Fear Street Trilogy,’ ‘The Last Mercenary,’ ‘Lucifer,’ and ‘Army of Thieves;’ the official line-up runs from July 23–25.

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Behold the Lord of Destruction in ‘Masters of the Universe: Revelation’

By Dan Sarto | Friday, July 2, 2021 at 3:17pm

Netflix drops the Official Trailer, additional voice cast, and new image set from Part 1 of Mattel TV’s upcoming epic animated series about a heroic barbarian trying to do right, and inquiring minds want to know: ‘Will the Guardians of Grayskull save Eternia and the Fate of the Entire Universe?’

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Netflix Drops Teaser Trailer for ‘Masters of the Universe: Revelation’

By Dan Sarto | Thursday, June 10, 2021 at 4:13pm

He-Man, Skeletor, and a fractured Eternia return in a five-episode ‘Part 1’ from Mattel TV, which also gets its own after-show special with voice cast appearances including Mark Hamill, Chris Wood, and Sarah Michelle Gellar; series and special hit the streamer July 23.

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Get Geeked With New Netflix Teaser

Geeked Week, the streamers free virtual event, runs June 7-11 across the @NetflixGeeked social channels; catch exclusive news, trailers, art, and drop-ins from stars of popular shows including ‘Stranger Things,’ ‘Castlevania,’ and ‘The Old Guard.’