Transformers Prime, the four-time, Daytime Emmy Award-winning series returns for a second explosive season. After defeating Unicron and losing their leader to the Decepticons, the Autobots must now find a way to restore Optimus Prime’s memory and save him from the grasp of the evil Megatron.
Transformers Prime: Season Two brings us an exciting season of twists and turns as the Autobots must race against time and the Decepticons to capture the highly sought after Iacon Artifacts. The race will take us across the world and the universe on a mission to try and save the Transformers home planet of Cybertron.
Season one ended with an, “edge of your seat” season finale that made you wonder how they could top it. The writers for the show have not come up short in the least with what they have delivered in season two. Though season two did slow down a bit after the premiere, it was almost a welcome chance to catch my breath. But the slow down wasn’t long as the season quickly took off on the hunt for ancient Cybertronian Iacon Relics. Some, weapons of mass destruction, while others brought hope and a promise to breathe life back into the Transformers dead home of Cybertron.
Season two sees the return of many season one regulars such as Airachnid and Wheeljack. They are welcome characters that add an extra excitement to their episodes and make you wish they could be around for the whole season. Along with them are many newcomers, such as the honorable, yet deadly Decepticon Dreadwing; and the young warrior eager to prove himself to the Autobots, Smokescreen.
Transformers Prime continues to provide great action and compelling story that keeps children and adults alike interested. The intensity of the story reaches a peak in the season finale, “Darkest Hour.” You’ll be on the edge of your seat all the way up till the credits, and then you’ll be stuck waiting there until the premiere of season three to get the conclusion.