This review may contain spoilers, but I do my best to avoid them.
Summary: The series will center on the adventures of Sunny Starscout and her friends after the events depicted in the film.
Title: My Little Pony: Make Your Mark
Runtime: 23 Minutes each Episode
Cast: Jenna Warren, Ana Sani, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Joshua Graham, Aj Bridel, J.J. Gerber, Rob Tinkler, Bahia Watson, Athena Karkanis, Kaia Oz, Sara Garcia, Kimberly-Ann Truong, Amanda Martinez, Jonathan Tan and Dam Bielanski
Director: William Lau
Writers: Gillian Berrow, Janae Hall, Jim Martin, Kelly Lynne D’Angelo and Julia Prescott
The series continues with some answers from where we left off with the mysterious queen Alicorn villain, who we learn is a former enemy to Queen Twilight Sparkle and wants to take the magic from all the Earth ponies.
All Earth ponies have magic now and it’s stronger than any other, but learning to use it and not be scared of it all is harder than they thought. A cryptic message appears from Twilight Sparkle with a warning that has gaps that Zipp tries to solve seeking out any clues.
We have Misty who works for the Alicorn, who has no magic nor a cutie mark and is sent to spy and steal the magic heart from the friendship lighthouse, all so the Alicorn can be the most magical pony there is.
The characters each go through individual dilemmas throughout the season, having to figure out themselves, who they are, what they can truly do. We now have the cutest little dragon baby Sparky who is adorable but so much trouble, he is connected to the new magic somehow too.
The animation is still so odd and hard to watch and the neon colours of some characters are just wow bright, I don’t really enjoy it at all. The voice actors are still off putting to me, they don’t sound like the characters are just annoy me. The show is so different and really not that exciting, I don’t really understand why it’s so different to the adorable movie they made, but oh well.