Prime Video has been arrested The Legend of Vox Machina for a third season. The news came during The Legend of Vox Machina’s New York Comic-Con panel today, with Amazon extending the show for at least one more season, even before the second season airs. It was also announced that The second season of The Legend of Vox Machina is set to premiere in January 2023. No other details on how many episodes the third season would consist of, but the first two seasons were 12 episodes each.
We can’t wait to bring you #TheLegendOfVoxMachina Season two in January 2023 🥳️
BUT – it takes more than two seasons to tell the story of these legends…
✨ WE ARE OFFICIALLY GREENLIT FOR SEASON 3! pic.twitter.com/QSzSl3SY3y
— Critical Role (@CriticalRole) October 7, 2022
The Legend of Vox Machina is an animated adaptation of ‘s first campaign Important role, a popular web series with a group of voice actors playing Dungeons and Dragons. The cast of Important role (Matthew Mercer, Marisha Ray, Travis Willingham, Laura Bailey, Liam O’Brien, Sam Riegel, Taliesin Jaffe and Ashley Johnson) reprise their roles from the first campaign. The first season of The Legend of Vox Machina also featured a number of prominent guest stars, including David Tennant, Stephanie Beatriz and Khary Payton. Remarkable, Important role raised over $12 million to pre-fund the creation of a two-part pilot The Legend of Vox Machina via Kickstarter, with Amazon Studios stepping in to fund an entire first season and renew it for a second season before the first season ever airs.
Given the lead time for animated series, Season 2 may take longer to air. While The Legend of Vox Machina debuted in January 2022, the second season was in development at the same time as the first season. If Titmouse Animation took a break before the third season was given the green light, it could take just over 12 months to complete the third season.
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