Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 7

Release Date, Episode Guide

Voltron: Legendary Defender season 7 started airing on Friday, August 10, 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

S7E1 A Little Adventure

S7E2 The Road Home

S7E3 The Way Forward

S7E4 The Feud!

S7E5 The Ruins

S7E6 The Journey Within

S7E7 The Last Stand, Part 1

S7E8 The Last Stand, Part 2

S7E9 Know Your Enemy

S7E10 Heart of the Lion

S7E11 Trial By Fire

S7E12 Lions' Pride, Part 1

most recent episode S7E13 Lions' Pride, Part 2

How many episodes are in season 7 of Voltron: Legendary Defender?

The season consists of 13 episodes.

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Voltron: Legendary Defender's Fifth Season Tears Down Its Old Universe to Create a Weirder One - via Io9

After entering this strange new territory, however, it’s hard not to feel like Legendary Defender is barreling towards some really exciting. Zarkon is dead (although I’m sure there’s a way he could be brought back at some point), his villainous empire fractured and slowly being reforged into something new and hopefully more amicable. Even our Paladins have reached a point where it feels like they’re on the precipice of the victory they’ve been waiting for—and with Allura beginning to learn more about the ancient abilities of her people, a chance to build a better universe alongside the reformed Galra feels incredibly close.

'Voltron: Legendary Defender' Season 5 Release Date Revealed - via Comicbook

The series has taken several twists and turns over its four seasons so far. Zarkon was seemingly defeated and replaced by his son, the exiled Prince Lotor. However, when Prince Lotor went rogue, Witch Hagar resurrected Zarkon, who banished his son once again. At the end of season four, Lotor came to the aid of the Voltron Force and made an offer of an alliance. Fans are eagerly awaiting the show’s fifth season to find out how the Voltron Force responds.

NETFLIX Reveals VOLTRON: LEGENDARY DEFENDER Season 5 Premiere Date - via Monkeysfightingrobots

The latest season will be a welcome site fans of the series. The season finale of season 4 left the story with an immense cliffhanger. Sure, the cliffhangers of the first and second season were pretty intense but this last one offered a very unique plot twist. After the betrayal of his team, Prince Lotor decided he needed some new allies. In the final moments of the season finale, Lotor arrived in time to to bring aid and save the Paladins and their comrades from certain destruction. The episode ended with Lotor insisting they needed to discuss working together. The fifth season will allow the consequences of this unforeseen new development to properly play out.

Previously on Voltron: Legendary Defender: An epic battle leaves the universe in a state of chaos, threatening to destroy all life unless a sacrifice is made.

Critics Reviews

    We’re reminded why we love and want to protect each and every one of these characters while also learning new things about them. We see character matchups that haven’t been seen since the early days of the show. We return to plotlines that were long thought abandoned. The character development people have been hoping for with certain Paladins finally comes into focus. Romelle also gets some time to shine as the newest member of the main cast. Her dynamic with everyone is a ton of fun and she steals every scene she's featured in. By the end of the season you'll wish she'd been around for much longer. <...> - by Den of Geek [Shamus Kelley]

    Additionally, strengthening the home front allow characters like Sam and the recently introduced, Veronica (Lance's sister) to play larger roles. They along with the MFE pilots grow the cast in interesting ways, adding more heroes to root for and giving Team Voltron even more support once they eventually arrive on Earth. But then something strange happens - another giant robot arrives and attacks! Voltron engages with this rogue enemy, but it soon becomes clear this new foe is the stronger opponent. Then something even stranger happens. Desperate to help, Shiro triggers the Atlas to transform into its own incredibly giant robot (something that's possible because of his Altean-infused arm and the Atlas being powered by the Caste of Lion's crystal), and it makes quick work of this new enemy. <...> - by ScreenRant [Sarah Moran]

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