TRANSFORMERS: WAR FOR CYBERTRON Trilogy “Siege” trailer – robots in disguise invade Netflix

TRANSFORMERS: WAR FOR CYBERTRON Trilogy “Siege” trailer – robots in disguise invade Netflix

If you’re a Transformers fan and need your fix, Netflix has you covered. The upcoming TRANSFORMERS: WAR FOR CYBERTRON Trilogy starts sometime this year, beginning with SIEGE. This represents a mix of companies coming together to make this possible, with Hasbro (who own the copyright, of course) and Netflix working with Rooster Teeth and Polygon Pictures. The primary voice case includes Jake Foushee as Optimus Prime and Jason Mamocha as Megatron. And the behind-the-scenes players include folks who are familiar with the franchise, such as FJ DeSanto as showrunner, and the writing team of George Krstic, Gavin Hignight, and Brandon Easton. Check out the first look below. SIEGE will be followed by EARTHRISE and then an eventual third chapter. I gotta say, this looks interesting.

In the midst of ongoing war on Cybertron, forces of good and evil clash as they search for the source of their power: the Allspark. This may not be the life they imagined, but it’s a life worth fighting for. Transformers: War For Cybertron Trilogy: Siege is coming soon, only on Netflix.

TRANSFORMERS: WAR FOR CYBERTRON – SIEGE debuts on Netflix later in 2020

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