Netflix’s animated epic drama series DOTA: Dragon’s Blood has all the makings of a streaming sensation, and many people who have enjoyed the first set of episodes are most certainly curious to know if there is a DOTA: Dragon’s Blood season 2 in the works.
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood is based on the 2013 video game DOTA 2 that received universal acclaim. DOTA 2 is the sequel to the game Defense of the Ancients, which was a community-created mod for Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos from Blizzard Entertainment. The adult animated fantasy series is co-Produced by Netflix Animation and Valve, the developers of the game, so fans can rest assured that every step has been taken to make this a must-watch affair from start to finish.
The exciting endeavor was first announced in February 2021 and is developed by Ashley Miller, known for his work on Fringe and X-Men: First Class and with animation provided by Studio Mir (The Legend of Korra, The Boondocks, Voltron: Legendary Defender, and Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts). The series follows a Dragon Knight whose world is turned upside down when he encounters a dragon and a princess on a mission.
It’s very understandable how fans could wonder if the show would continue after watching the first eight episodes. Unfortunately, Netflix has not announced any renewal, but it’s still early days, and DOTA: Dragon’s Blood season 2 could be announced sometime in the spring. The show’s animatic editor Robert Meyer Burnett indicated on his YouTube webcast Robservations that he worked on 24 episodes, indicating there is more to come.
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood season 2 release date
If DOTA: Dragon’s Blood is renewed for a second season, it could be a while before fans hear anything regarding a release date. Everyone should keep their fingers crossed that the next set of entries will make its way to the streaming service’s library in March 2022, a year after season one.
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood season 2 cast
No official cast list has been released for DOTA: Dragon’s Blood season 2, but it wouldn’t be crazy to presume the major players from the first urn would be back in action next time around. Yuri Lowenthal as Davion, Josh Keaton as Bram, and Lara Pulver as Princess Mirana would hopefully come back.
Other talented voice actors on the roster we’d like to see return include Josh Keaton, Tony Todd, Troy Baker, Kari Wahlgren, and Alix Wilton Regan. There will probably be some new characters introduced into the mix for season 2.
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood season 2 synopsis
There are no official plot details out right now regarding what could make up the narrative of DOTA: Dragon’s Blood season 2. While a synopsis probably won’t arise until much closer to the release date, there are some ideas as to what could be going on in the sequel.
The end of the first iteration sets up dual storylines to focus on the next installment. Davion’s deal with the control-happy demon should come into play in the next season, and he’ll have to deal with Invoker’s deadly wrath. Selemene’s conflict with Invoker will also be high on the list of things fans will look for in DOTA: Dragon’s Blood season 2.
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood season 2 trailer
There is no trailer for DOTA: Dragon’s Blood season 2, but as soon as Netflix drops a preview, we will be sure to share it with everyone as well as keep everyone updated on all the information for the potential next set of episodes as it comes out.