Voltron's Showrunners Discuss the Paladins' Evolution and What the Show's New Pilots Mean for the Future

There’s an air to Voltron: Legendary Defender’s seventh season that telegraphs the fact that the show is soon coming to an end, but it’s also shot through with a forward momentum suggesting that there might be more to the series’ story even beyond the impending final season.

Voltron: Legendary Defender’s Showrunner Offers a Genuine Apology to the Fandom

Voltron: Legendary Defender’s creative team shook the fandom to its core at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con when it announced the show’s seventh season would address Shiro being a gay man and introduce his same-sex partner, but the show’s depiction of a queer relationship understandably left many fans cold.

Voltron's Penultimate Season Triumphantly Heads Home—But Not Without Some Bumps Along the Way

Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender has spent the past few seasons wildly expanding the scope and scale of its story, and the universe the Voltron Force is destined to defend. Its newly-released seventh season—its penultimate installment—deftly narrows the series’ focus to a more personal level as the Paladins…

A World of Toys Comes to Life in Robert Zemeckis' True Story Welcome to Marwen

The true story that inspired Welcome to Marwen is a harrowing one. A man was nearly beaten to death outside of a bar and lost most of his memories. During recovery, he used handmade dolls to create a fantasy world in his backyard and took photos to document its story. It’s a sad but interesting tale about the power of…

Voltron: Legendary Defender's Incredible New Season Has All the Answers You've Been Waiting For

For the past few truncated seasons, Netflix and Dreamworks’ Voltron: Legendary Defender has, for better or worse, danced around resolving some of the biggest questions the show has put forth. But its newly-released sixth season not only finally delivers some resolution, it does so while setting the stage for an…

Voltron: Legendary Defender's Fifth Season Tears Down Its Old Universe to Create a Weirder One

Four seasons into Dreamworks and Netflix’s excellent reboot of Voltron means we’re pretty established with the basic premise: Even as characters shuffle about and villains develop, it’s still all Voltron vs. the Galra Empire, forming robots and saving the day. The recently released season five, however, changes that…

Team Voltron Has Some Trust Issues in the New Legendary Defender Season Five Trailer

The last season of Voltron: Legendary Defender ended with our heroes facing a tempting, dangerous offer: An alliance with the disgraced Lotor, son of Galra Emperor Zarkon, to end the Galra Empire once and for all. If this new trailer for the next season is anything to go by, it’s a truce that will cause some big…

Guillermo Del Toro's Trollhunters Series Is Expanding Into Two New Shows About Wizards and Aliens

Last year, Guillermo Del Toro kicked off a new animated series for Netflix: Trollhunters, about a young boy Jim (voiced by the late Anton Yelchin) fighting off a horde of Trolls living underneath his hometown of Arcadia. Turns out Arcadia’s got a bit more than a troll problem: two new forces are on the way, big enough…

Even at Its Most Frustrating, Voltron: Legendary Defender Can Still Deliver a Great Story 

Voltron: Legendary Defender’s fourth season is weird. A mere six episodes long (after a normal-length season was split to create the show’s third and fourth), at times it feels like it’s been cobbled together out of a season we never got to see the rest of. Yet despite that, it delivers some hugely satisfying stories…

Voltron: Legendary Defender Builds the Coalition in the New Season Four Trailer

Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender ended season three on more of a question mark than a cliffhanger, mainly because the Powers That Be chose to split the latest season into two half-seasons. The latest trailer for “season four” is here, showing Voltron gaining some major popularity for the war effort... but it’s…

Voltron: Legendary Defender's Second Season Takes a Step Into a Bigger, Better Universe

Last year’s first season of Voltron: Legendary Defender was a solid start for rebooting Voltron, and its second season is much the same in terms of fun, solid giant robot action. But it’s made even better by expanding its scope, telling richer stories, and focusing more on character development, which turns an already…