The announcement was made at New York Comic Con, where Netflix has brought many of its original series. There aren’t too many details about the second season available just yet, but they did tease it with the image below. One episode of The Dragon Prince ended with a similar image in the credits, but instead of the arm holding up a peace sign in the reflection, there was a hand pressed against the dangerous mirror. This version of the mirror bleeds into theories that someone — possibly an elf — is trapped inside.
The Dragon Prince developed a devoted fanbase pretty quickly, which is no surprise, considering how closely it’s tied to Avatar: The Last Airbender (director Giancarlo Volpe and co-creator Aaron Ehasz worked on Airbender together). A second season was pretty much guaranteed, but fans will be happy to know that Netflix feels the same way that they do — and it’s definitely happening.
There’s no specific premiere date for The Dragon Prince’s second season, but we expect more information — and a teaser trailer — in the months to come.