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‘Sonic Prime’ Season 2 Release Date, Renewal Status and How to Watch

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Fans are curious about the release date of Sonic Prime Season 2. The first season of this new action and adventure series was incredible. The fan-favorite blue hedgehog has returned once again to join his mates in yet another drama-filled installment.

Sonic Prime Season 2 – Renewal Status

Sonic Prime Season 2 has not yet been renewed by the creators. It’s not surprising because Netflix will surely take some time trying to analyze what’s best for them. There are a few factors that the streaming service considers before giving the green light to any series.

Let’s all hope that Sonic Prime does ensure good numbers for the whole service and that we can get to see more about it. Generally, Netflix takes a few days to renew the series, or it could even take months for the same.

Sonic Prime Season 2 Release Date

Sonic Prime Season 2 could be released in the fall of 2023 if it gets renewed right now. Also, originally, the series was supposed to air 24 episodes. Despite that, we have just received 8 of them. There is no further information regarding the release of these episodes. Will it be in parts or new seasons or if the show just on a hiatus and might return soon?

How to Watch Sonic Prime Season 2

Sonic Prime Season 2 will be out soon on Netflix, the parent streaming service. Viewers will need to pay 6.99 dollars a month, ad-supported recharge for the same. The basic one costs 9.99 dollars a month with no ads but limited benefits.

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