Morning, enchanters! Disenchantment is a Netflix production that aired its first episode, August 17, 2018.
Created by Matt Groening, this American fantasy animated sitcom is unique in every way, arresting the attention of each viewer.
There are amazing, eye-opener puns and beautiful scenes, definitely making it a worth-bingeing series. Every other character that comes and goes makes the sitcom unique and exciting in its own amazing way.
If you are interested in series like The Simpsons and Futurama, then Disenchantment will prove to be a real delight for you. Therefore, let us discuss and find out everything we know so far about the upcoming season of Disenchantment.
What Do We Know About Disenchantment’s Season Three So Far? and Release Date
Further, so far, only twenty episodes have made to the black screens of the viewers. In that, the collection counts as two parts, with each part containing ten episodes each. Above all, we are all glad that season three is happening and sooner than we fathom, not sooner than we expected because the nature of the show is to leave the viewers at a cliffhanger with the ending of every season. So, no matter how early they bring the next season, the nails of the viewers are already cut short.
As a result, the official Twitter account of the sitcom series wrote:
“Will she win… or booze? Disenchantment returns September 20.”
Netflix announced the arrival of the season two (part 3+4), a.k.a season three.
And, the fans could not be happier upon reading that tweet. Hence, the third and fourth will be released consecutively, and it will continue until the year 2021.
Who Will It Involve?
The charisma of the voice-actors is the first thing that blows away the minds and hearts of the viewers. Based on the previous season. Here is a list of actors, who will provide their enchanting voices in the upcoming season:
- Abbi Jacobson as Bean
- Eric as Luci
- Nat Faxon as Elfo
- John DiMaggio as King Zog
- David Herman as The Herald
- Maurice LaMarche as Odval
- Billy West as Sorcerio
- Rich Fulcher as Turbish
- Tress MacNeille as Queen Oona
- Jeny Batten as Kissy the Elf
- Lucy Montgomery as Bunty
Disenchantment Season 3 Announcement Trailer
The part 3 announcement trailer didn’t create any excitement in the fans other than just giving them a confirmation that the show is coming back in 2020. The visuals shown in the teaser are not new to the viewers. The same was reflected in the comment section of the video.