Many D&D fans now count The Legend of Vox Machina among their favorite TV shows. The second season of the racy and bloody fantasy series, which is based on the popular streaming show Critical Role and was funded through the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter and features the voices of several well-known performers, has already begun.
“They’re rowdy, ragtag, misfits turned mercenaries for hire,” reads the official plot summary for the series. Instead of worrying about the safety of the realm, Vox Machina prefers to focus on making a quick buck and drinking cheap beer. This rowdy group, however, comes to understand that they are the only ones equipped to restore justice when evil threatens the realm. What started as a means to an end has become the backstory for Exandria’s newest heroes.
We’re enjoying Season 2 so far (you can read our review of it here), but fans may be asking, given that there’s still a lot of material to adapt for the animated series, will there be a Season 3?
Season 3 Of The Legend Of Vox Machina Premieres When?
The producers at Critical Role and Amazon Prime Video haven’t said when Season 3 will premiere, but we can make educated guesses based on the release schedules of Seasons 1 and 2.
In March 2019, the now-famous Critical Role Kickstarter campaign made the official announcement of the first season of The Legend of Vox Machina. Funding for the series reached $1 million within an hour of the campaign becoming life, and more than $4.3 million was raised on the first day alone to cover production costs.
Amazon Prime Video announced in November 2019 that they had acquired the rights to stream the series and had ordered 14 further episodes, bringing the total to two 12-episode seasons.
Season one of The Legend of Vox Machina started on January 28 and ran until February 18, 2022. Season two, which just wrapped up, will air on January 20, 2023. According to the series’ established release schedule, season three of The Legend of Vox Machina will premiere in January 2024.
Season 3 Of The Legend Of Vox Machina’s Storyline
You’re talking about the Chroma Conclave arc,” Matthew Mercer stated at the event, referring to the Vox Machina season 3 plot. It’s been a long time since the Chroma Conclave arc. The challenge of condensing all that into a single season is enormous. We were racking our brains to figure out if that was even somewhat plausible. Thank goodness it’s not, because we just got approved for a third season!
Mercer’s statements confirmed that the Chroma Conclave storyline would last more than one season, suggesting that it would carry over into season 3. That means the showdown with Thordak may have to be postponed until then.
The third season of Legend of Vox Machina may possibly establish the groundwork for the Taryon Darrington arc. Set after the events of The Vestiges of Divergence, where the group has defeated the Chroma Conclave and returned to Vasselheim, this arc focuses on three main narratives: getting to know Darrington, the group’s newest recruit; helping Keyleth finish the final part of her Aramenté (a spiritual pilgrimage); and setting out to destroy Hotis once and for all.
The Legend Of Vox Machina Season 3 Cast
Matthew Mercer, the original D&D campaign’s dungeon master, would be a great addition to the voice cast for Season 3 of “The Legend of Vox Machina.” Season 3 will likely follow in the footsteps of seasons 1 and 2 by featuring a wide variety of celebrity guest stars, though the full list of confirmed guests has yet to be released.
- Laura Bailey as Vex’ahlia
- Taliesin Jaffe as Percy
- Ashley Johnson as Pike
- Liam O’Brien as Vax’ildan
- Marisha Ray as Keyleth
- Sam Riegel as Scanlan
- Travis Willingham as Grog
Is There A Trailer For The Legend Of Vox Machina Season 3?
No footage or trailer for Season 3 of Vox Machina has been released as of this writing. This makes perfect sense, as we are still a long way from wrapping up production on the next season.
Whenever a trailer becomes available, we will add it to this article. You may enjoy the show’s finest moments right now by watching the Season 2 trailer.
The first campaign contained two more important arcs after the enormous Chroma Conclave storyline, both of which are necessary to completely experience the story of Vox Machina. Passion for the show, the characters, and the storylines is shared by the cast and crew of The Legend of Vox Machina and the devoted Critter community. The early renewal of The Legend of Vox Machina for a third season and the contract with Amazon both bode well for the show’s future.