The Trolls are back again!
That is right folks. Poppy, Branch, and all your other favorite Trolls are back in TrollsTopia Season 3. It really seems like yesterday that Season 2 had just come out. So when I heard there was a Season 3 I got all excited! (You can check out my reviews of TrollsTopia Season 1 and TrollsTopia Season 2.) My kids and I got a chance to screen Season 3 and if you love Trolls you will not want to miss it. TrollsTopia Season 3 arrives on Hulu and Peacock on June 10th! Here is my DreamWorks TrollsTopia Season 3 Review.
My DreamWorks TrollsTopia Season 3 Review
I must say I really enjoyed TrollsTopia Season 3 and it is by far my favorite season to date. Every episode had me and my girls on our feet laughing and dancing. Each episode was put together very well. The music, story, and the lessons Poppy and all of the other Trolls learned melded together and just created a highly entertaining season. I will fully admit in Season 1 and 2 sometimes the trolls got on my nerves in some of the episodes, but not in Season 3.
The only difference I can think of between the first 2 seasons and Season 3 is that the episodes in Season 3 are a little more random when it comes to the stories. Season 1 and 2 had the overarching story of Poppy trying to bring all the trolls together. In Season 3 all of the Trolls are together so there is less of an overarching story connecting all of the episodes. It should be interesting to see if there will be a Season 4!
Season 3 Synopsis
In the newest season, the Trolls are back with nonstop fun and new friends joining the hair-raising adventures! As the Troll tribes strengthen their friendships through games like wormhole scavenger hunts and massive piñata battles, they also learn about each others’ culinary traditions in an epic Trolls-style potluck.
- Skylar Astin (Pitch Perfect) as “Branch”
- Amanda Leighton (The Fosters, This Is Us) as “Poppy”
- David Fynn (Undateable) as “Biggie”
- Ron Funches (Undateable) as “Cooper”
- Kenan Thompson (Saturday Night Live) as “Tiny Diamond”
- Megan Hilty (Smash) as “Holly Darlin’”
- Jeanine Mason (Grey’s Anatomy, Roswell) as “Minuet”
- Kevin Michael Richardson (Trolls World Tour, American Dad) as “Smidge”
- Sam Haft (Younger) as “Chaz”
Executive Producer: Matthew Beans (Trolls: The Beat Goes On!)