The third season of Disenchantment, which premiered in January 2021, finished with numerous surprises and cliffhangers, setting up what appears to be a massive fourth season (or Part Four as it is listed on Netflix). Hopefully, this season will explain many of the concerns that the series has left fans wondering about, as well as begin to tie in some of the narrative strands that have been there since the first season of Disenchantment.
Disenchantment chronicles the narrative of Princess Bean, who is chronically reckless and inebriated. It was created by Matt Groening of The Simpsons and Futurama, as well as Josh Weinstein (Abbi Jacobson). However, as the series unfolds, it has evolved into considerably more than a platform for jokes. When will you be able to see more of this animated fantasy? (www.tvacute.com) Here’s everything you need to know about it. Continue reading to catch up on everything that’s going on in the mythical kingdom of Dreamland before Disenchantment hits Netflix. Disenchantment Part 4 is the second half of Season 2.
When will Season 2 [Part 4] of Disenchantment be released?
Part 4 of Disenchantment will premiere on Netflix on Wednesday, February 9 at 3 a.m. ET/2 a.m. PT. This latest collection of episodes is the second half of Season 2.
Disenchantment Episode Guide
Part 4 of Disenchantment will consist of ten episodes, each of which would most likely last between 20 and 40 minutes, as has been the case in prior seasons. Bill Odenkirk wrote the first episode, which is titled “Love is Hell” (The Simpsons).
Disenchantment S02E11 Love is Hell
Synopsis: In hell, Bean resists Dagmar’s attempts to force her to marry Satan. Meanwhile, Luci plots to flee heaven and Elfo tries to escape from the ogres.
Disenchantment S02E12 The Good, The Bad, and the Bum-Bum
Synopsis: Bean, Jerry and Luci commandeer an airship from Alva. Held captive by the ogres, Elfo discovers an entire family history he knew nothing about.
Disenchantment S02E13 The Cabinet of Dr Chazzzzz
Synopsis: Zøg is institutionalized with Chazzzzz, while Vip and Vap launch an epic rescue. Bean doesn’t get the warm reception she expects at Dreamland.
Disenchantment S02E14 Goon Baby Goon
Synopsis: Bean and her friends are reunited with Zøg and discover that Becky and Cloyd have seized Dreamland, secretly transforming its citizens into goons.
Disenchantment S02E15 The Pitter-Patter of Little Feet
Synopsis: After Sorcerio brings Freckles to life, the wooden puppet sets out to undermine Zøg with a comedy roast and an alliance with Becky and Cloyd.
Disenchantment S02E16 What to Expect When You’re Expecting Parasites
Synopsis: Zøg, Bean and her friends plunge into the ocean, where they find a submerged castle inhabited by Sea Trøgs guarding a treasure linked to the Elves.
Disenchantment S02E17 The Unbearable Lightning of Bean
Synopsis: Lonely Zøg searches the forest for his true love, Ursula the Bear, who’s got a secret. Elfo, Luci and Bean stumble upon the site of an ancient battle.
Disenchantment S02E18 Spy Vs. Spy Vs. Spy
Synopsis: Ordered to spy on the elves, Elfo is captured and forced to spy on the Trøgs — who see through his disguise and return him to spy on the humans.
Disenchantment S02E19 The Goo-Bye Girl
Synopsis: Freckles manipulates Derek and Bear Boy into confronting some bullies. The secret of the goo is out but who will drink it to become the savior?
Disenchantment S02E20 Bean Falls Apart
Synopsis: In her dreams, Bean confronts her inner “Bad Bean,” but the evil doppelgänger conceals a sinister plot. Derek, Bear Boy and Freckles get captured.
Who’s in the Disenchantment Cast?
Abbi Jacobson (Broad City), Nat Faxon (The Conners), Eric André (Bad Trip), John DiMaggio (Futurama), Sharon Horgan (This Way Up), Maurice LaMarche (Animaniacs), and Richard Ayowade are among the voices in Disenchantment (The IT Crowd).
Watch Disenchantment Part 4 Trailer
Season 4 of Disenchantment has a trailer. On January 31, the fourth season trailer for Disenchantment was released.
Is Part 4 going to be the last season of Disenchantment?
While the stakes are higher in season four, there’s no word on whether this will be the final season of Disenchantment. Meanwhile, in numerous interviews, Groening and co-creator Josh Weinstein (Gravity Falls) has stated that the show’s end is not far off and that the story’s denouement has already been prepared. Whether or not Disenchantment will be renewed for more seasons is totally dependent on Netflix’s decision. It’s possible that the show’s destiny is in the hands of Disenchantment fans, who will decide whether or not to watch the latest season online.
Disenchantment Part 3 Quick Recap
When Disenchantment was merely a goofy fantasy series about a hard-drinking princess, do you remember it? Those days are long gone, as we now have a plethora of plots to choose from. Prepare for some spoilers in Part 3 of the series.
King Zg (John DiMaggio) was deemed too mad to rule at the end of Part 3. Bean ascended to the throne as the new queen of Dreamland while he was institutionalized. Bean also had to contend with a fresh war to begin her rule. Once upon a time, Elfo (Nat Faxon) led a horde of ogres to their deaths. Those ogres were out for vengeance, and they were willing to destroy Dreamland to get it. Elfo committed himself to the ogres that imprisoned him, realizing that it was either his life or the lives of everyone he loves.
Bean, on the other hand, was unable to pursue her friend. Instead, she had to deal with her mother’s (Sharon Horgan) latest scheme, which involved bringing Bean to hell and marrying her off once more. Luci the devil (Eric Andre) tried to save her, but in the elevator, his head was hacked off. So, for the record, Part 3 ended with two of our heroes being apprehended, one being killed, and no one kissing a lovely mermaid. Is there anything we left out? Oh, yes. The elves are now living in Dreamland, thanks to Bean, Elfo, and Luci, who are the saviors, whatever that means. Things are about to get a whole lot crazier.