If you thought that Disenchantment season 3 is never going to happen or the show will get canceled, then you were wrong. Netflix confirms that the show will get its third season in 2020, dubbing it as “Part Three”.
Disenchantment Season 3 Announcement
Netflix announced the news on Twitter:
— NX (@NXOnNetflix) December 10, 2019
As you can see from the video, the previous season ended on a cliffhanger, just like the debut season. Bean (Abbi Jacobson) faces accusations of witchcraft and attempting to murder her father, King Zog (John DiMaggio). A secret society, Seekers, organized a trial where she, Elfo (Nat Faxon), and Luci (Eric Andre) were sentenced to burn at the stake. As the trio lost all hope, the ground beneath them caved and they fell in a hole, down to a dark cave. Then strange mole men surrounded them, who gave way to reveal Queen Dagmar. She is the Bean’s long-forgotten and presumed dead mother and King’s first wife.
Disenchantment Season 3 will most likely focus on the story behind Queen Dagmar. We might look at her decision to leave and focus more on her treacherous nature. The season might also explain the prophecy due to which Dagmar married the King and have a daughter with him.
More Details on The Animated Show
Like The Simpsons, Disenchantment is a side project of Matt Groening, which debuted in August 2018. Here, the story follows Princess Bean who is more of an adventurer than a royalty, She, and her elf buddy, Elfo along with demon Luci go through life’s struggles and adventures together. Futurama stars John DiMaggio is also present in the show. While Futurama is set in the far future, and The Simpsons follow today’s timeline, Disenchantment is all about the medieval era with a combination of fantasy.
Created by Groening and co-developed by Josh Weinstein, right now there is no exact release date. However, we will update you as soon as we get one!