Disenchantment Season 4: Release Date, Cast And More Details

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Disenchantment 4 will be there

Disenchantment 4 has already been confirmed. The confirmation that Matt Groening’s animated series would have had a long life on Netflixdates back to 22 October 2018.

On that date, the streaming giant confirmed that, in addition to the ten episodes of the second part already scheduled for 2019, another twenty chapters of Disenchantment were coming between 2020 and 2021.

” We are thrilled to continue this epic journey with Netflix, ” said Matt Groening, who added, ” Stay tuned, the suspense will build and there will be incredible twists and turns for your beloved protagonists .”

The release of the third and fourth part has been postponed due to the complications related to the Covid-19 health emergency, but the certainty remains that Disenchantment 4 will be there.

When Disenchant 4 comes out

We know that part 4 of Disenchantment has already been confirmed and is in the works. When will we see it on Netflix?

If before the global pandemic, parts 3 and 4 were planned for 2020 and 2021 respectively, the fourth part of Disenchantment is now most likely postponed to 2022.

The animated series debuted with the first two parts thirteen months apart from each other. If this interval is maintained between the third and fourth part, Disenchantment 4 on Netflix will be released in February 2022.

Advances on Disenchantment 4

Disenchantment is an adult fantasy animated series that follows the medieval misadventures of the young alcoholic princess Bean, her hyperactive Elf companion, and her personal demon Luci. As they investigate Dreamland’s deepest mysteries, the extravagant trio will encounter ogres, mermaids, walruses, and a host of silly humans.

In the third part of the series debuting on Friday 15 January, Bean becomes stronger and takes his destiny in hand. These indomitable friends discovering new worlds may end up understanding that there is nothing better than home.

The original version uses the voices of Abbi Jacobson (Bean), Eric Andre (Luci), and Nat Faxon (Elfo) for the trio of protagonists. Among the voice actors of Disenchantment in its original edition are also John DiMaggio, Billy West, Maurice LaMarche, Tress MacNeille, David Herman, Matt Berry, Jeny Batten, Rich Fulcher, Noel Fielding, and Lucy Montgomery.

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