We are wrong with Disenchantment. This Netflix series has gathered several fans hungry for a third season.
After the second season was discontinued in September 2019, fans were excited to hear what happens next after the thrilling cliffhanger. With the same excitement, Disenchantment returns for the third season. They took to Twitter last season to release a short statement video.
Disillusionment season 3 release date
All we know so far is that Disenchantment season 3 will be on Netflix until 2020. There are only a few months left in the season, so it makes sense to accept it will be out sometime in November or December.
Regardless of whether it’s Thanksgiving or Christmas, fans should expect Disenchantment season 3 on Netflix soon. Rest assured, it will definitely light up during the holiday season as it will eventually come out.
Disillusionment Season 3 Cast
With Disenchantment Season 3, the entire main cast will return to the exciting new episodes. Includes Abbi Jacobson’s beautiful and humorous voice of Princess Bean shooting us to have another crazy adventure. Some of the other notable cast members include:
- Eric Andre as Luci / Pendergrast
- John DiMaggio as King Zøg
- Nat Faxon as Elfo
- Billy West Sorcerio / Mertz
It will be fascinating to see (and hear) the new voices coming up with the series.
Disillusionment Season 3 Plot
Not much is known at this point about the Disenchantment Season 3 recap. However, some hardcore fans have a few theories. Several fans are pondering exactly where Bean’s fate is headed, aside from the fact that he’s part of a battle that has raged for hundreds of seasons.
And then there’s the secret to Elfo’s roots and who his mother might be, which went totally unanswered in Season 2. Queen Dagmar and her Elfo-looking chubby boys and their mischief are different things to look forward to.
Disillusionment Season 3 Trailer
Aside from the statement video we talked about, there is absolutely no official trailer for season 3 so far. But given that they have stated it will be out in 2020, it’s okay for Netflix to drop a trailer sooner or later.