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Disenchantment Season 4: Release Date, Story, Cast And All Latest Updates

The American fantasy drama series in the comedy genre, created by Matt Groening, gave previous seasons a boost. Well, the story is set in medieval times and Matt Groening is known for his “future predictions” and heartwarming shows like The Simpsons.

THE SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS SEASONS

Well, the story revolves around Princess Bean, a 3rd-degree alcoholic and quite a rebel without a cause. She moves with her elf boyfriend, Elfo. Well, she’s pretty sad to have to marry Prince Guysbert, son of the mighty King and Queen of Bentwood. Later, Bean meets Luci, sent by two mages in hopes of freeing a dark side of Bean.

The first season was split into two parts, with the first released on August 17, 2018, and the second half on September 20, 2019.

Disenchantment Season 4 CAST AND MORE

Abbi Jacobson voices our protagonist Bean, who is called beanie Mariabeanie from Rochambeau Grunkwit. The favorite part of her day is when she drinks, most of the day. Eric Andre voices the demon Luci, a personal demon of Bean and quite optimistic in himself. Elfo is voiced by Nat Faxon, and he loves Candy. Other characters include John Willian Dimaggio, who voices Bean’s father and the King of Dreamland. Queen Oana, second and former wife of King Zøg and Bean’s stepmother, holds the voice of Tress MacNeille.

THE NEW SEASON

We now know that the making of disenchantment has been put on hold, but hey in 2018 everything was set to be renewed for a season of disenchantment 4. So the first half of the upcoming second season is slated for release on January 15, 2021.

Disenchantment Part 3 (also known as the first half of Season 2), will premiere on OTT Netflix on the streaming platform this week, but what time do we have to have some popcorn?

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