When is the ‘Disenchantment’ season 4 release date?

When is the ‘Disenchantment’ season 4 release date?

After some time, fans have finally got to experience Disenchantment season 3. Now after ten episodes fans have started wondering when Disenchantment season 4 will come. Dreamland is always full of adventures and the third season took fans on another stunning ride. What is season 4 bringing to fans?

Disenchantment is an American adult fantasy animated sitcom created by Matt Groening and it’s for Netflix. The series is Groening’s first production to appear exclusively on a streaming service. He previously created The Simpsons and Futurama for the Fox Broadcasting Company.

Officially, Netflix ordered 20 episodes of the series, with the first 10 episodes published on August 17, 2018. The remaining episodes published on September 20, 2019. Disenchantment was renewed for a 20-episode second season on October 22, 2018. On January 15, 2021, the first half of the second season was released. Now it’s on for the next season!

What is the Official Synopsis of Disenchantment?

The series follows the story of an alcoholic princess named Tiabeanie, or also known as Bean. She is joined by Elfo, her companion, and Luci, her personal demon. In a medieval kingdom known as Dreamland, the sitcom is set.

The official Netflix synopsis reads; “Princess duties call, but she’d rather be drinking. Free-spirited Bean exasperates the king as she wreaks havoc with her demon and elf pals.”

When is the Release Date of Disenchantment Season 4?

There hasn’t been an official announcement or a release date for Disenchantment season 4 from Netflix yet. There is a rumor for the next seasons to arrive in 2022 or 2023. We know it is a far more away date but it may be worth the wait!

There also hasn’t been any new trailer alerts for Disenchantment season 4. The reason for this could be the release date being very far. When there is a trailer put out by Netflix we will surely share it with you readers!

Voice cast and characters:

  • Abbi Jacobson as Bean
  • Eric André as Luci and Pendergast
  • Nat Faxon as Elfo
  • John DiMaggio as King Zøg
  • Tress MacNeille as Queen Oona, Prince Derek & The Fairy
  • Billy West as Sorcerio, The Jester, and Pops the Elf
  • Maurice LaMarche as Odval
  • David Herman as The Herald, Jerry, and Chazz
  • Sharon Horgan as Queen Dagmar
  • Matt Berry as Prince Merkimer
  • Lucy Montgomery as Bunty and Enchantress
  • Noel Fielding as Stan the Executioner
  • Rich Fulcher as Cloyd
  • Lauren Tom as Stacy LeBlatt
  • Jeny Batten asKissy the Elf

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