She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is an American animated action adventure television series produced by DreamWorks Animation. It's a reboot of the Filmation 1985 animated series, She-Ra: Princess of Power. It was released in November 13, 2018 on Netflix.
- Aimee Carrero as Adora/She-Ra
- Karen Fukuhara as Glimmer
- AJ Michalka as Catra
- Marcus Scribner as Bow
- Reshma Shetty as Angella
- Lorraine Toussaint as Shadow Weaver
- Keston John as Hordak and Horde Prime
- Lauren Ash as Scorpia
- Christine Woods as Entrapta
- Genesis Rodriguez as Perfuma
- Jordan Fisher as Sea Hawk
- Vella Lovell as Mermista
- Merit Leighton as Frosta
- Adam Ray as Swift Wind
- Sandra Oh as Castaspella
- Krystal Joy Brown as Netossa
- Noelle Stevenson as Spinnerella
- Grey Griffin as Razz
- Jacob Tobia as Double Trouble
- The series is considered one of the most controversial series Dreamworks and Netflix has ever produced. This is mainly due to the fact that despite claiming to help represent women and the LGBT community, many LGBT characters were only featured as background characters, throughout the series, with the series main characters Adora and Catra being changed to be Lesbians at the end of the series, to meet the bare minimum standards.
- Adora's relationship with Catra, or "Catradora" is also considered one of the most controversial relationships, even among those in the LGBT community, as it is seen very abusive and toxic.
- Catra's character is also considered very negative and controversial even within her own fandom. This is mainly due to:
- Catra's overall abusive nature and actions throughout the series.
- Catra's blatant willingness to destroy all of Reality and the Universe, just to spite Adora.
- Catra being let off the hook so easily and coming out relatively unscathed for her many crimes.