The long wait of Disenchantment fans is over. Queen Bean, elf Elfo, and demon Luci are coming together again with all-new episodes to entertain us. The show first premiered way back in 2018 and will be back to Netflix in February 2022. Keep reading to find out the release date and more details about Disenchantment part 4.
Last we caught up with the show, Bean was crowned as the Queen of Dreamland, but things weren’t good since then. Luci, the demon, had died and gone to heaven, and Bean’s companion Elfo had been taken away by ogres for blinding their prince. Despite being the Queen, her mother Dagmar takes Bean to Hell to marry someone. And now with the trailer, we can conclude that Disenchantment part 4 will make us realize things can always get worse.
Disenchantment part 4 release date
Disenchantment is an American adult cartoon by Matt Groening on Netflix. The sitcom’s part 4 will launch on Netflix on February 9th, 2022. The streaming giant confirmed the news on Twitter with the trailer of the next part.
Dive in. Drink Up. Dream on.
Disenchantment Part 4 premieres February 9. pic.twitter.com/VpsmVnGiPf
— Netflix (@netflix) January 31, 2022
Disenchantment part 4 cast
The main voice cast like Abbi Jacobson as Bean, Eric Andre as Luci, and Nat Faxon as Elfo will return, and many new voice casts will join the show’s part 4. Other voice casts include John DiMaggio, Billy West, Maurice LaMarche, Tress MacNeille, David Herman, Matt Berry, Rich Fulcher, Noel Fielding, Richard Ayoade, and Lucy Montgomery.
In a conversation with Entertainment Weekly, Abbi Jacobson expresses, “I really like the fact that she’s an anti-stereotypical princess. It’s so not what a usual princess story is, not that there’s anything wrong with that. But it’s a really strong female character, which I’m obviously excited to play.”
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Part 4 trailer
How many more parts will the sitcom have?
Creator Matt Groening is optimistic about the animated series’ future and told USA Today, “We have an ending we’re really happy with. There [are] a million plot threads and character and story arcs.”
He also added, “We know where we’re going and we want to get there. We’ve got 10 [more] episodes that we’re almost finished with, and then we’re waiting for marching orders [about season renewals]. There will be more.”
However, Netflix is yet to announce any future seasons. So, we will just have to hope Matt’s optimism pays him and us fans well and we get more of Bean.
Whether or not more seasons would be there for Disenchantment is anybody’s guess for now. While we wait for more news and Part 4 release, we can always stream the series on Netflix and refresh our memories.
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