Disenchantment Season 3

If you like, dark humor, a medieval fantasy with offbeat comedy, then Disenchantment is what you should watch.
Disenchantment is an American fantasy animated TV series. The series Disenchantment is created by Matt Groening for Netflix.
The series was released on August 17, 2018, with 10 episodes initially. Later September 20, 2019, rest episodes were released.
The second season released shortly with 10 episodes, rest 10 episodes are expected to be released in 2020.
The good news is that Disenchantment has been renewed for season 3.

Disenchantment Season 3
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Recap of Season 1 and Season 2:

The story is set up in the medieval kingdom of Dreamland. Bean, an alcoholic princess is the protagonist of this comedy series.
The first part ends up in a cliffhanger. Every person in Dreamland turns to stone. Later it turns out that Queen Dagmar, the mother of Bean is the evil sorceress who has put on this curse over the people of Dreamland.
In the second season, the Bean is without any allies in the Dreamland, because her friends and comrades are captured by the army of her mother.
Season 2 also ends up in the cliffhanger where the heroes find themselves in the grip of danger without foreseeing the consequences. The cliffhanger will be hopefully resolved in the next set of 10 episodes of season 2 yet to be released.

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What to expect from season 3?

Bean now knows everything about her mother. It seems in the third season, Dagmar will be focusing on fulfilling the prophecy of her marrying King Zog to have a daughter, Bean, along with other postulates of the prophecy.
Season 3 is expected to be released on Netflix in mid-year of 2020. We expect that season 3 will also follow the unique pattern of Disenchantment’s releasing episodes in the installment of 10.

The Cast and Voice Behind The Disenchantment:

Abbi Jacobson as Princess Bean
Eric Andre as Luci
Nat Faxon as Elfo
John DiMaggio as King Zøg
Tress MacNeille as Queen Oona
David Herman as The Herald
Maurice LaMarche as Odval
Lucy Montgomery as Bunty
Billy West as Sorcerio
Noel Fielding as Stan the Executioner
Sharon Horgan as Queen Dagmar