Two new Transformers animated series are coming out as a continuation of its "Prime Wars" trilogy. Transformers: Titans Return and Transformers: Powers of the Prime will air on Machinima, the same digital network which aired the "Prime Wars" kick-off series Transformers: Combiner Wars in August 2016.
“Transformers has always been fueled by the brand’s rich, compelling characters and storylines, and Transformers: Combiner Wars tapped into that lore to offer fans a truly unique and new digital-first story for the franchise” said Stephen Davis, Chief Content Officer of Hasbro. “Following the success of the first series, we are excited to announce this continued collaboration with Machinima and believe Transformers fans will be thrilled to see the story continue to unfold.”
Transformers: Titans Return is set after the events of Combiner Wars, with a war-depleted Cybertron and a broken Council of Worlds having to come together against "a new threat that is larger than anything that has come before." Hasbro promises the series will feature the return of several fan-favorite characters, as well as the introduction of new Transformers.
Transformers: Combiner Wars launched August 2016, and to-date has garnered over 120 million views worldwide. No debut date for Titans Return or Powers of the Prime has been reported.