I rather liked the first season. The second season was supposed to get into the lore a bit more. It sort of did that, but I find it lost track of pretty much everything else because of it.
When season 1 ended, the egg had hatched, the baby dragon king came about with an attachment to Ezran, Callum lost the ability to cast magic, Rayla gained her arm back, Viren killed the king and sent his daughter & son to capture the princes. That was a solid set up.
When season 2 ends we still have a baby dragon, Callum regained the ability to cast magic, you learn a bit about the queen, Viren goes off the deep end because people see through his lies… and that’s it.
I could write a long summary, but if the series is of any interest all you need to do is watch episode 9. Absolutely nothing that happens before that provides any payoff or value. In particular the Claudia/Soren combo who make decisions based entirely on the plot rather than like actual people. It’s mind boggling to have a series with zero consequences. In fact, when there are consequences, the plot somehow manages to find a way to erase them. A mile away.
There are plenty of good series on Netflix. This is not one of them. DC Titans is pretty good. Next up, Russian Doll.