Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight is a Dreamworks animation series based on the popular and hilarious movie Kung Fu Panda. With Jack Black and Rita Ora.
A really entertaining animated series suitable for the whole family which has known how to adapt television rhythm to the characters of Dreamworks movies and has managed, with the voices of Jack Black and Rita Ora, a delightfully entertaining delicacy with all the necessary ingredients.
Although it does not have the speed of the movies and does not seek spectacularity, it is a series that rests on the attractive personalities of the characters and the funny things and sense of humor in the ingenious dialogues and has an entertaining storyline, which is attractive and above all, lots of fun.
This series will be enjoyed by big and small viewers in a way that only Dreamworks knows how to do. This company founded by Spielberg has managed to transfer from Amblin all that Eighties style Hollywood which was so naive and which we miss at times.
Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight does not wish to go down in the history of animation and settles for knowing how to do what it knows: entertain in a friendly and uncomplicated way… with a touch of naiveté what is charming and will surely delight spectators of all ages.
As of Thursday 12 on Netflix.
Follow the adventures of Po, who partners up with a no-nonsense English knight named Wandering Blade to find a collection of four powerful weapons before a mysterious pair of weasels do, and save the world from destruction.
January 12, 2023
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Jack Black / Po
Rita Ora / Wandering Blade
Chris Geere / Klaus Dumont
Della Saba / Veruca Dumont
Season 2 – Episode List
The Liar and the Thief
Po and the gang arrive in India in search of Rukhmini’s old friend Diya, who might be able to help them on their quest for the Tianshang weapons.
One Last Job
The team will have to outsmart guards and guests to pull off a heist at Jayesh’s engagement party. But someone present has other plans.
Doom and Groom
In pursuit of the enchanted pendant, the crew crash Jayesh’s wedding. Meanwhile, Veruca and Klaus meet the new Archmage and threaten to steal his helmet.
When the pendant releases the spirit of an ancient master, Po will have to fight the one person he never thought he would.
In the New World, the team helps defend a cacao farm against a hungry monster, which leads them to cross paths with the new owner of the Storm Wheels.
Hide the Lightening
The group travels to Tikal in search of the Protector, but the hero’s identity remains a mystery. There’s only one way to unmask them: a trap.
To win an audience with Tikal’s ruler, Team Dragon must compete in a heated pok-ta-pok tournament. But competition quickly brings out Blade’s bad side.
An Uphill Battle
When Po and his friends scale a volcano to confront a mad scientist, Master Mastodon warns them they’re treading on dangerous ground.
The Mad Scientist
Blade learns about her brother’s past from an unexpected source. Later, the Tianshang weapons fall into the wrong hands.
Apok-ta-pokalypse Now (1)
As the Dragon Knights prepare to battle for control of Tikal, Blade sets out to avenge her brother. Mastodon and Po connect over the Storm Powers.
Apok-ta-pokalypse Now (2)
With their forces combined, the Dragon Knights head into a final showdown for the Tianshang weapons to save the city — and themselves. Skadoosh!
Epic Lunar New Year
To keep the gang’s spirits up on their voyage, Po tells the tale of a hunter who helped protect a village from a dragon on the first Lunar New Year.
Season 1 – Epsiode List
A Cause for the Paws
Po’s popularity is gone after wicked weasels steal a powerful gauntlet. English knight Wandering Blade offers a chance to chase down the thieves.
The Knight’s Code
Po is ready and willing to be Blade’s apprentice. But their mismatched personalities clash — until Po’s masterful kung fu moves impress his partner.
When Klaus and Veruca strike a hedgehog village for a scroll, Po must choose between helping a prisoner or keeping the trust of the elder monks.
The Legend of Master Longtooth
With the emperor’s Forbidden Company on their tail, Po and Blade head to Po’s favorite comic book creator to learn the location of the next weapon.
The Gateway to the Desert
A mysterious figure helps Po. Po and Blade must put aside their differences when they stumble into Klaus and Veruca in the desert spice market.
The Lost City
Po and Blade follow the comic book’s map and journey through the treacherous desert. The secretive stag makes a deal with Klaus and Veruca.
The Last Guardian
The warriors meet the reclusive Rukhmini and try to convince her to hand over the fire whip. Colin the stag questions his alliance with the weasels.
A Thread in the Dark
Veruca’s magic powers are of no use, so she seeks to treat her injured brother in a secret forest village. But Po and Blade are right behind them.
Slow Boat to England
With Klaus and Veruca in tow, Po and Blade set their sights on England. The emperor meets Po’s protective dad, Mr. Ping, and a scheming Rukhmini.
The Knight’s Fall Part 1
The duo rushes to the emperor’s palace to warn him of Klaus and Veruca’s intentions. Po and Blade get separated, and a hidden secret is revealed.
The Knight’s Fall Part 2
Blade explains everything about her past. An epic sled chase through the snow-covered mountains leads Po to make a fateful decision.
Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight
Name: Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight
Description: Follow the adventures of Po, who partners up with a no-nonsense English knight named Wandering Blade to find a collection of four powerful weapons before a mysterious pair of weasels do, and save the world from destruction.
Country: United States
Director(s): Shaunt Nigoghossian, David Dick, John Kasprzak, Kevin Wotton, James Yang, Matthew Humphreys, Michael Goguen, Kelly Baigent, Michael Mullen, William Ruzicka, Calvin Tsang
Writer(s): Peter Hastings, Christopher Amick, Ben Mekler, Jasmine Chiong, Shane Lynch, Joy Regullano
Cinematography: Daniel Guindi
Music: Kevin Lax, Robert Lydecker
Genre: Comedy, Animation
Companies: DreamWorks Animation Television, DreamWorks Animation, Pearl Studio, Netflix