At this point, Amazon hasn’t yet announced a premiere date for the live-action “She-Ra” series. The project is still in the early stages of development — no screenwriter is currently attached, and no casting announcements have been made either — so it’s likely it won’t debut for at least another year, minimum, but probably longer.
Nonetheless, we can make a ballpark estimate on the production timeline based on Amazon Studios’ other projects, like another recent live-action fantasy series, “The Wheel of Time.” Although that project had been under consideration for several years, Amazon officially ordered it to series in October 2018 (via Deadline). Principal photography began the following September, (via The Wheel of Time on Twitter). The COVID-19 pandemic halted production for about six weeks, from March 13, 2021 (according to Variety) to April 28 (via Deadline), before finally concluding in May 2021 (as reported by SyFy). That’s an overall production timeline of about 18 months. Now, “The Wheel of Time” is set to premiere on November 19, according to TV Line, adding another six months to the tally.
So, if “She-Ra” follows a similar production schedule, the earliest it could premiere is September 2023, but that’s assuming everything falls perfectly into place from the start.