Netflix has not officially revived the series; however, a panel scheduled for San Diego Comic-Con’s @ Home variant will affirm that more news about Dragon Prince Season 4 is coming.
On June 13, it had been announced that creators and The Dragon Prince’s voice cast would be engaging in a digital panel for Comic-Con @ Home. Though the date and time have not been confirmed, the team is scheduled to be held at some point between July 22 and July 26.
Talking and the cast founders and the series will answer fan questions. Creatives come bearing trailers teasers, or any information about the projects they are currently working on. (In NYCC 2019, fans need to observe the first episode of Season 3 long before its official release .) Therefore, it’s very likely that fans will learn what is going on with Season 4 and if The Dragon Prince is currently coming to Netflix if at all.
After all, the first three seasons of The Dragon Prince were released in quick succession, which is typical for some Netflix animated displays however certainly not the standard. It generates the wait to get information regarding Season 4, all the more.
That said, Season 4 may be in jeopardy despite news of the SDCC panel. Allegations came to light against The Dragon Prince co-creators Aaron Ehasz, which was accused of misogynistic behavior toward his workers. Danika Harrod, the former Head of Community Development in Wonder storm (the studio founded by Ehasz and Richmond to create The Dragon Prince), talked about feeling too fearful of publicly after having a”painful” experience. Two other employees who worked with Ehasz backed All these allegations.
Regardless of the documented behavior of Ehsaz, The Dragon Prince co-creator was hopeful the series might discover the fourth year. He even teased if the show does get revived, such as more of this property of Xadia, its politics, along with the Sunfire Elves, what fans could expect.