Netflix's 'Disenchantment' Season 3: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the animated comedy
The comedy had first premiered on the platform in 2018 and since garnered mixed reviews and praise, most of them for the talented voice actors behind the show
It's time for another dive into the fantasy kingdom of Dreamland as Princess Bean and her beloved partners in crime, Elfo and Luci get up to more trouble in 'Disenchantment' Season 3. Coming from Matt Groening - the genius who gave us 'The Simpsons' and 'Futurama', the animated Netflix series had first premiered on the platform in 2018 and since garnered mixed reviews and praise. Most of that has gone to the talented voice actors behind the show, Abi Jacobson, Nat Faxon, and Eric Andre. Read on to find out all about the misadventures of the rebellious trio in the upcoming Season 3.
'Disenchantment' season 3 premieres on Friday, January 15, 2021, only on Netflix.
According to Netflix, "The excitement builds in 'Disenchantment' Part 3 as Bean continues to grow into her power and own her destiny. As the fearless friends venture out to discover new worlds, they might just find there really is no place like home." Based on the trailer, one can gauge the excitement as the series picks up right after the planned coup on Dreamland from the Season 2 finale. With Odval and the archdruidess attempting the coup, Bean and her father, King Zog, are in a bit of a sticky situation but that storyline is expected to be wrapped within the initial episodes of this season.
Abbi Jacobson plays the voice of Bean, with Eric Andre as Luci, and Nat Faxon as Elfo. John DiMaggio voices King Zog, and Billy West, Maurice LaMarche, Tress MacNeille, David Herman, Matt Berry, Jeny Batten, Rich Fulcher, Noel Fielding, and Lucy Montgomery also star.
'Disenchantment' is the brainchild of Matt Groening and Josh Weinstein, both of whom have collaborated several times before including 'The Simpsons', 'Bob's Burgers', and 'Futurama'
Based on the trailer, expect an alt Dreamland called the Steamland that Bean and co. visit to unravel the mystery surrounding Odval's betrayal. The plot of her evil sorceress mother trying to harm her continues and so do signature jokes with wordplay and Bean's typical goofing around. Check out the trailer right here.
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