Alumnus Eugene Ramos '07 is an associate writer for the fourth season of the Netflix series The dragon prince . The fan-favorite fantasy show was extended by four new seasons this year. Co-creator Aaron Ersahz (lead author of Avatar: The last airbender ) announced the extension in July on a Comic-Con virtual panel that can be viewed Here.
The dragon prince is an animated fantasy streaming series by Aaron Ehasz and Justin Richmond. It is a story of two civilizations, one who possesses the power of magic and people who naturally have no access to magic.
Over time, people restore magic for themselves using nefarious dark magic. Dark magic requires the sacrifice of magical creatures to cast spells, so elves and dragons have condemned this practice. The war has divided the two peoples for generations. The story begins when a young elf killer teams up with two human princes to bring peace to Xadia, the land of magic.
The series is co-produced by Bardel Entertainment and Wonderstorm and premiered on Netflix in September 2018. A total of three seasons with 27 episodes were broadcast.
The season four plot will further investigate how a dragon prince must be rescued from the dark magician Virus and brought back to the Queen of Xadia. The story will also revolve around the expansion of Xadia and his kingdom. For more extensive speculation about the plot and characters of the fourth season, see Next notifications .
After devouring countless Shakespeare plays, Eugene Ramos graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in 16th Century British Literature. He later graduated from Columbia University with an MFA in film.
He wrote, directed and / or produced a number of short films, including The brew and Dandelion autumn , both of whom have received awards and honors at several film festivals. While at Columbia, he also received a fellowship from Comedy Central. Since graduating from film school, he has participated in the Film Independent's Project Involve, the CAPE New Writers Fellowship, the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers 'Workshop, and the Screenwriters' Lab at the Hamptons International Film Festival.
Its spec scripts for the TV shows How I met your mother , The twilight zone , Supernatural , The big Bang Theory , and Star Trek have won or placed it in several competitions. His romantic comedy script, Newton's Laws of Emotion , reached the semi-finals of the Nicholl Fellowships and the Austin Film Festival. It also won the first TFI Sloan Filmmaker Prize at the Tribeca Film Festival and a Gold Prize at the PAGE Awards. Because of his love for the bard and science fiction, Ramos earned himself the nickname The Sci-Fi Shakespeare Guy.