Ever After High was a regular staple kids series on Netflix with new seasons dropping every six months. In total, five seasons dropped on Netflix and below we’re going to take a look at when each season released plus check out what happened to season 6 of Ever After High.
Ever After High was a brand new product line from Mattel announced in 2013. Alongside the Netflix series, it released a series of webisodes on Youtube as well as products, books and more.
Release Schedule for Ever After High on Netflix
Before we look into season 6, let’s take a look back and when each of the previous seasons dropped on Netflix.
Season 1 didn’t drop all at once with new episodes arriving monthly. The date shown in the table is when all episodes of season 1 were made available.
Season 2 wasn’t a full season rather consisting of a single 47-minute long episode.
|Season #||Season Name||Netflix Release Date|
|Season 1||Welcome to Ever After High||30th October, 2014|
|Season 2||Spring Unsprung||6th February, 2015|
|Season 3||Way Too Wonderland||14th August, 2015|
|Season 4||Dragon Games||29th January, 2016|
|Season 5||Epic Winter||5th August, 2016|
What happened to season 6? Is it coming to Netflix?
At this point, it’s probably best to consider that season 6 of Ever After High will never be coming to Netflix. That’s despite conflicting news from the toy makers Twitter account and the differentiation between the Youtube account and the Netflix series.
Given we’re now 3 years away since season 5 dropped the show won’t likely ever return.
This was confirmed by Mattel who apologized with this tweet.
Yes and we're so sorry. It appears the show ran from 2013-2016.
— Mattel (@Mattel) September 11, 2017
Hope came at the end of 2017 when Mattel confirmed that the “Ever After High line has not been canceled”. The problem with this tweet is that “line” doesn’t specifically talk about the Netflix series rather the IP as a whole.
The Ever After High line has not been cancelled. Please stay tuned for more announcements next year.
— Mattel (@Mattel) December 26, 2017
Fans are disappointed with the news of no season 6 on the way for Ever After High.
Just finished ever after high on netflix and I really love the series. Shame it got cancelled tho
— KesusRiced (@KesusRiced) December 17, 2018
The best place to be watching more Ever After High episodes/clips is on the shows Youtube account. It continues to regularly upload new episodes. As of the time of publishing, the channel has over 1,700 videos available.
Once you’re done with Ever After High, Netflix also streams two other movies from a similar franchise from Mattel. They’re under the Monster High franchise. The first movie is called “Monster High: 13 Wishes” and the second “Monster High: Frights, Camera, Action!”
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