Let’s go, Voltron! And I-Machines… and… idols? Okay, I’m kinda losing the topic, here…

Earlier today, Netflix unveiled a trailer for their programming debuts in October 2017. In the teaser, the company published première dates for Voltron: Legendary Defender‘s fourth season, ID-0, and Tokyo Idols.

The shows will hit Netflix on the following:

  • Tokyo Idols: 10/1/2017
  • ID-0: 10/6/2017
  • Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 4: 10/13/2017

Tokyo Idols is a documentary by Kyoko Miyake, which focuses on Japan’s seemingly-omnipresent idol culture.


ID-0 aired in the Spring 2017 broadcast season. The show is an original project by the World Cosplay Summit. Goro Taniguchi (Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion, Infinite Ryvius) directed the title at Sanzigen Animation Studio, with Hiromi Kato (Violinist of Hamelin, Hakkenden: Eight Dogs of the East) providing character designs. Yousuke Kuroda (Gundam Build Fighters, My Hero Academia) wrote the title’s script.

Range Murata provided original character designs for ID00, while the team of Fumihiro Katagai, Takeshi Takakura, and Takayuki Yanase provided mechanical designs.

Netflix describes ID-0 as:

In the midst of a field exercise operating I-Machines, Alliance Academy student Maya Mikuri is thrown into an entirely different kind of adventure.

Voltron: Legendary Defender

Voltron: Legendary Defender is a co-production between Netflix and DreamWorks. The project reboots the classic anime adaptation, which originally hit the airwaves in 1984. Studio Mir, which is best known for its work on Legend of Korra, animated the project.

The show’s third season launched on August 4. Netflix described the run as:

The success of Zarkon’s defeat comes at a price: Shiro has vanished. With the ascension of the mysterious Prince Lotor and without a pilot for the black lion, the team must somehow find the strength to keep fighting. But how can they defend the universe without Voltron? Find out when all-new episodes of Voltron Legendary Defender come to Netflix, August 4.

Source: YouTube (Netflix)