A medieval fantasy, black comedy which sets its origin from America, Disenchantment is an animated sitcom series. The director of the animated sitcom series is Matt Groening, and the first season of the series was released in August 2018. The first season of the series received mixed reviews from the fans as well as the critics. This series is the only series directed by Matt Groening which is exclusively launched for the online streaming service providing platform, Netflix. In this article, we will provide you with all the information related to Disenchantment Season 3.
The series is set in the medieval kingdom of Dreamland, and it follows the story of a rebellious and alcoholic princess, Bean, Elfo, her naive elf companion, and Luci, her destructive personal demon.
Disenchantment Season 3 Voice Artists
- Abbi Jacobson will be lending her voice to princess Bean
- Eric Andre will be voicing Luci
- Nat Faxon is set to give voice to Elfo
- John DiMaggio will be voicing King Zogo, the ruler of Dreamland
- Tress MacNeille will be lending her voice to Queen Oona
- Matt Berry will be lending his voice to Prince Merkimer
- Noel Fielding will be voicing Stan the Executioner
- Sharon Horgan will be lending her voice to Queen Dagmar
Expected Plot of Season 3
The second season of the series ended on a cliffhanger, so the third part of the series is expected to be providing answers of some of the big mysteries.
In the second part of the series, we witnessed that Bean was accused of killing her father, King Zog. We believe that the emphasis of the third season will now be on how Bean could prove that she is innocent and show her blamelessness.
Disenchantment Release Updates | When the third part is scheduled to be released?
There is no official announcement on the release date of Enchantment Season 3 till now. However, if we notice the release pattern of the previous two parts of the series, then we could have expected the third part to be released in somewhere around mid-2020. Other animation productions from the streaming platform, like Big Mouth and Bojack Horseman, have maintained a similar pattern of release, so we can expect Disenchantment to be doing the same.
The uniqueness in this series is marked by the division of the first season in two parts to simultaneously decrease the amount of time that the audience had to wait for upcoming episodes.