Created by the genius behind ‘The Simpsons’ Matt Groening, ‘Disenchantment’ is an animated sitcom that is unique in every way, arresting the attention of its viewers from the get-go. Set in the medieval fantasy kingdom of Dreamland, the series follows the misadventures of Bean, a strong-willed, opinionated, and hard-drinking princess, who rejects social expectations every step of the way. Accompanied by her confidant – feisty Elfo and her personal demon Luci, she embarks on a journey to discover what she wants out of her life.
The social commentary, self-aware puns, and gorgeous animation make it a worth-bingeing series. Fans are wondering when they will be whisked away to the magical land once again, so here’s everything we need to know about ‘Disenchantment’ season 3.
Disenchantment Season 3 Release Date
‘Disenchantment’ season 2 (also known as part 2) premiered on September 20, 2019, on Netflix. It consists of ten episode with a runtime of 22–36 minutes each.
Initially, twenty episodes were ordered by Netflix, with the first ten episodes premiering on August 17, 2018, and the second half following up with another ten episodes in September 2019. Owing to a positive response from the viewers and critics alike, the animated series earned another 20-episode order from the streaming service, which is slated to hit our screens between 2020 and 2021.
Don't mess with mommy. Disenchantment Part 3 coming in 2020. pic.twitter.com/PIBMIwN9hk
— Disenchantment (@disenchantment) December 10, 2019
So although there’s no release date attached to the announcement yet, we can expect the ten-episode ‘Disenchantment’ season 3 or Part 3 to release sometime in late 2020 or early 2021.
Disenchantment Season 3 Cast: Who is in it?
All the residents of Dreamland are most likely to grace us in season 3. The vocal cast lending their voices to the pivotal characters include Abbi Jacobson as Princess Bean, Eric Andre as Luci, Nat Faxon as Elfo, John DiMaggio as King Zog, Sharon Horgan as Bean’s mother Queen Dagmar, Tress MacNeille as both Bean’s stepmother Queen Oona and her half-brother Prince Derek, Lucy Montogomery as Bunty, and Billy West as Sorcerio, along with several minor roles he lends his voice to.
Disenchantment Season 3 Plot: What can it be About?
‘Disenchantment’ season 2 ends on a shocking note in a similar fashion to part 1. We see Bean’s mother trying to manipulate her for some nefarious purposes, which were highly redolent of the first part’s finale. Only this time around, Elfo and Luci stand by her side. We also witness Bean’s being falsely accused of her own father’s murder.
The plot of ‘Disenchantment’ Part 3 is expected to kick off from the cliffhangers in part 2. It can explore how Bean proves her innocence, and the reasons behind the horrible crime might move to the forefront for the rest of the season. There’s also the matter of the evil society working for Queen Dagmar. The series might delve into answering some substantial questions as to why those strange mole creatures look so eerily similar to Elfo.
Disenchantment Part 3 Trailer
‘Disenchantment’ Part 3 full-length trailer is yet to drop which might envelop the premiere date within, but till then you can watch the short teaser released by Netflix announcing the show’s comeback with a part 3!
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