Developed by the genius behind “The Simpsons” Matt Groening, “Disenchantment” is an animated sitcom. It is unique in every way and catches the eye of its audience from the start. Set in a medieval fantasy world from the land of dreams, the series follows the misfortune of Bean. A strong-willed, suspicious and persistent princess who rejects social expectations at every turn. Accompanied by his confidant, lecherous Elfo and his personal demon Luci, he sets out on a journey to find out what he wants from his life.
Social commentary, confident wordplay, and good animation make it a worthwhile show. Fans wonder when they will be brought back to the wonderland. Here’s everything we need to know about Season 3 “The Disenchantment”.
Initially, twenty episodes were ordered for season 2 by Netflix, with the first ten episodes premiering on August 17, 2018. And another ten episodes following in the second half of September 2019. Thanks to positive feedback from viewers and critics, the animated series won more orders for the service’s 20 episodes. streaming, which should appear on our screens between 2020 and 2021. Although the show doesn’t have a release date yet. We expect ten episodes from the third season of “Disenchantment” to be released in late 2020 or early 2021.
About The Sitcom “Disenchantment”
The second season Disenchantment ends on a shocking note, similar to Part 1. We see Bean’s mother trying to manipulate him for a grisly purpose that recurs deeply at the end of the first part. Only this time Elfo and Luci stood beside him. We also witnessed Bean’s false accusation of murdering his own father.
The plot of “Disenchantment” Part 3 is expected to start in Part 2 of the rock. It can investigate how Bean proved his innocence and the reasons for a gruesome crime can be put forward for the rest of the season. It’s also a question of evil society working for Queen Dagmar. The series can investigate the answers to some key questions about why this strange mole creature looks so terrifying as Elfo.
Everyone at Dreamland will most likely thank us in Season 3. The vocal group that voices the main character is included
• 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
• Billy West as Sorcerer
Disenchantment Trailer Part 3
“Disenchantment” Part 3 trailer isn’t released yet, which may include the release date. But until then you can watch a short teaser from Netflix announcing the return of the show with Part 3!