Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 6
Voltron: Legendary Defender season 6 started airing on Friday, June 15, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S6E7 Defender of All Universes
The season consists of 7 episodes.
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Hunk thankfully gets a much larger chunk of focus this season. The first episode largely revolves around him and there isn’t a single food reference. Thank goodness. I love Hunk’s food gags as much as anyone but here he’s got a vital part to play in the growing Galra-Voltron alliance. He also gets a ton of <...> - by Den of Geek [Shamus Kelley]
But above all, so many of the lingering mysteries that were laid out over the last few seasons of the series have now been resolved, clearing the board for some final showdowns. And if season six is anything to go by, the show is now on course to deliver something truly exhilarating as it barrels to that conclusion. <...> - by io9.com [James Whitbrook]
Lance fans, rest assured that the unlucky-in-love Paladin will get a chance to shine in Season 6 early on, though he’s somewhat relegated to the sidelines in both the romance and action aspects later on. And no, I didn’t forget about the crafty Haggar or her tenuous alliance with Lotor’s former <...> - by Collider [Dave Trumbore]
Through working with the Blade of Marmora, Keith had already matured a great deal from his early days as a Paladin, but it's this time spent with his mother that allows Keith to accept his past and eventually recognize his own potential. Their mission takes them near a dying star around which time behaves erratically, <...> - by ScreenRant [Sarah Moran]
It also serves as the driving force behind Keith’s love and appreciation for Shiro, a relationship that solidifies itself as the series most intense – a heart-wrenching metaphor for the lengths we go to for family whether blood, chosen, or galactically fated. Ultimately, because the episode count left little <...> - by TV Fanatic [Abbey White]