Viewers of My Little Pony: Make Your Mark Season 6 are wondering how many episodes are in the series and when each new episode comes out. My Little Pony: Make Your Mark Season 6 features colorful ponies using their unique talents to overcome challenges and promote friendship and teamwork in their magical world, with these themes central to the season.
Here’s how many episodes are in My Little Pony: Make Your Mark Season 6 and on what day new episodes come out.
How many episodes are in My Little Pony: Make Your Mark Season 6?
My Little Pony: Make Your Mark Season 6 has 3 episodes.
Make Your Mark consists of a total of nine episodes, and the first six were released on September 18 as Chapter 5, with the remaining three released on November 23 as Chapter 6. In this season, the central conflict revolves around Opaline’s quest for power by capturing Sparky’s Dragonfire. Viewers can expect to see the main characters working together to thwart Opaline’s evil plans and protect Equestria. Friendship and unity will play a crucial role in overcoming the challenges they face.
The cast of Make Your Mark Season 6 includes Jenna Warren as Sunny Starscout, J.J. Gerber as Hitch Trailblazer, Ana Sani as Izzy Moonbow, AJ Bridel as Pipp Petals, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as Zephyrina “Zipp” Storm, Rob Tinkler as Sparky Sparkeroni, and Bahia Watson as Misty Brightdawn. They unite to protect Equestria from the villainous Opaline in a series of adventures.
When do new My Little Pony: Make Your Mark Season 6 episodes come out?
All episodes of My Little Pony: Make Your Mark are currently available to watch. There are no new episodes.
The official synopsis for the series reads:
“Now that Opaline has captured Sparky’s Dragonfire, the evil Alicorn is stronger than ever — and she won’t stop until she has all the power of Equestria!”
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