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Watch The Owl House

Popverse is filming this and many other panels at New York Comic Con this year (see the complete line-up here). Popverse and NYCC are providing these free for everyone to watch live, with the companies hosting the panels only blacking out the screenings, trailers, and new footage - as they intend for it to only be seen by those in attendance in the panel room.

Watch The Owl House

After the panel is finished, you can watch these panels in one of two ways - by becoming a Popverse member at the 'Fan' level (or higher), or by buying a NYCC digital ticket. The NYCC digital ticket gives you access to all of the filmed panels from New York Comic Con 2022, as well as the recent Emerald City Comic Con and C2E2, as well as access to long-form interviews and original reporting from the Popverse editorial team. The Popverse annual membership does that for the entire year, and would include live video panels from the upcoming MCM London Comic Con, as well as next year's Emerald City Comic Con and C2E2.

Being a teenager can certainly be complicated. Add in accidentally stumbling upon a portal to a magical realm that leaves you in a place called the Boiling Isles and things become pure chaos. You can watch this chaos unfold for yourself on The Owl House, a show that follows teenager Luz Noceda as she navigates this reality.

Of course, in order to do that, she has to break some rules. She deceives her mom to stay in Boiling Isle, misrepresents herself in the community, and throws in with witches and demons, for heaven's sake. But given the context of the story as a whole, these factors are minor relative to the more prominent takeaway about positive self-esteem. What's more, the fact that her new friends hail from traditionally infamous types but show their true natures through their actions reminds of the importance of not judging a book by its cover (or name). Even so, these potentially confusing factors should be weighed in considering your kids' readiness for the show. The great news is that TThe Owl House is exceedingly well written and animated and likely will be one you will want to watch alongside your older kids and tweens, giving you the opportunity to discuss these kinds of themes as they come up.

One of the most fun things about watching The Owl House is exploring the world of the Boiling Isles. There is so much to learn about this realm, from its geography to the rules of its society, to the different kinds of magic and how they work.

In addition to the more general worldbuilding of the Boiling Isles, The Owl House also has an exciting fantasy mystery for viewers to unravel. Half the experience of watching The Owl House is figuring out the puzzle and theorizing about what each new clue might mean.

There is nothing more satisfying than taking a journey with characters you care about and watching them face their fears, evolve, or find redemption. The Owl House gives viewers all that in ways that are complex, moving, and relatable.

The series centers on Luz Noceda, a 14-year-old Dominican-American human girl who accidentally stumbles upon a portal to the Demon Realm, where she arrives at the Boiling Isles, an archipelago formed from the remains of a dead titan, and befriends the rebellious witch Eda Clawthorne, also known as "The Owl Lady", and her adorable demon housemate King. Despite not having magical abilities, Luz pursues her dream of becoming a witch by serving as Eda's apprentice at the Owl House and ultimately finds a new family in an unlikely setting.[12]

Spencer Wan served as the animation supervisor during season one.[27] Disney initially refused for the series to have an in-house animator, feeling Wan may not meet their "overseas pipeline", but he was eventually hired.[27] Kofi Fiagome serves as animation supervisor for season two.[27] Terrace also provided rough animation for three season 2 episodes.[28]

According to Whip Media, The Owl House was the 8th top-rising show across all platforms, based on the week-over-week growth in episodes watched for a specific program, during the week of June 13, 2021.[92] According to the streaming aggregator JustWatch, The Owl House was the 6th most watched television series across all platforms in the United States, during the week of October 10, 2022, to October 16, 2022.[93]

The Owl House has received widespread critical acclaim. Emily Ashby of Common Sense Media rated the show 5 out of 5 stars and said putting different elements together made the series quirky and likable. It was also described as well-written and animated, and speculated that "[the show] likely will be one you will want to watch alongside your older kids and tweens, allowing you to discuss these kinds of themes as they come up."[94]'s critic praised the series for its unique visuals and voice acting, stating "The performances fit together beautifully as the diversity in their delivery showcases the characters' unique roles in the Demon Realm."[95] Collider's Dave Trumbore gave the series' first episode a 4-star rating, feeling that the episode "[has] got a dark, yet darkly comic edge to the whole thing."[96] The conservative evangelical Christian religious television network Christian Broadcasting Network attacked the show, declaring it was part of a "witch agenda to make witchcraft look positive," an assessment that a writer for The Mary Sue called "hyperbolic," and stated that a "rebellious Latina witch" is, to those like CBN, "probably the scariest thing," while stating that the show sounds like "a ton of fun."[97]

I really want season 2!! This is unfair!!! IM FROM HONG Kong and this is very bad we have been waiting months but u have to put it in the US this is very unfair l brought dinsey plus just to watch owl house season 2 and other movies ?

The Owl House has received widespread critical acclaim, with many praising its efforts in LGBTQ+ representation compared to other shows under the Disney banner. In addition, the show won a prestigious accolade for Children and Youth Programming from the Peabody Awards in 2021. There is no denying people are enjoying the well-crafted show, and it makes sense why many people wonder where they can watch episodes, especially Netflix subscribers.

But it would be wise to remember that the streaming powerhouse has a plethora of cartoons in its library, and there are many choices for subscribers to enjoy. The Dragon Prince, Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, The Deep, and Carmen Sandiego are just some of the amazing animated shows available on Netflix.

Having arrived for Halloween on Disney+, The Owl House debuted its first season, and it's one of those animated shows that manages to appeal to a wide audience, not just kids. 2020 has been a demonic year, and this is a demonic show - but it's also one of the year's television highlights. Even if you haven't watched a Disney show in years (or even decades), The Owl House just might be the one to bewitch you into the House of Mouse.

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