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Watch Scorpia shine in spirited She-Ra and the Princesses of Power season 2 preview

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Season 2 of She-Ra and the Princesses of Poweravailable on Netflix on April 26 — promises the same light-hearted humor and lilac skies as its inaugural season.

An exclusive first look at the new season shows a giddy Scorpia (voiced by Superstore’s Lauren Ash) serving as substitute force captain appointed by Catra. Scorpia frantically waves her mighty maroon claws and barks orders at troops to secure the defenses with delusional delight in hopes of impressing Catra. But no one dare point out her lack of qualifications for fear of her sheer strength and powerful personality. 

The short glimpse at the show’s comedic beats on the backdrop of battle preparation and a bubblegum aesthetic sets the stage for the nostalgic 1980s cartoon remake’s continuation of its colorful storyline.

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power returns April 26 on Netflix.

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