Disenchantment will soon be returning for more episodes in 2019 with its second half of season 1. Here’s everything we know about the upcoming season including how many episodes there’ll be, what we’re expecting, release dates and more.
If this is the first time you’re hearing of Disenchantment then take this opportunity to go and watch the first 10 episodes now on Netflix. Released last year in August 2018, Disenchantment was Matt Groening’s first big Netflix project. It rewinds the clock and takes us back to the medieval times and although there are some crossovers with Futurama it’s a brand new IP with all new characters. We follow Bean who wants to break away from her princess role and go on adventures and does so with a half-elf named Elfo and a Luci, a demon.
Reviews from critics weren’t the best for the series but audiences scores have fared better. As of March 2019, the series sits at a 7.2 on IMDb, 64% on Rotten Tomatoes and 56 on Metacritic.
Before we begin, it’s important to distinguish the difference between part 2 and season 2. Netflix sometimes splits up its shows into two halves and that’s the case for Disenchantment. Season 1 consists of two parts with 10 episodes apiece.
What will happen in part 2 of Disenchantment?
Caution: spoilers below
The series ended with Dreamland being essentially frozen over, Beane being taken to a foreign land accompanied by her mother and Luci likely being kidnapped or assassinated.
After the credits for episode 10 rolled, we saw Elfo washed up on a beach but picked up by what is rumored to be mermaids. Elfo discovered a little more about his past in part 1 of the show with it being revealed he’s only half-elf. Given how prominent magic features in the show some have predicted that in one way or another Elfo (voiced by Nat Fixon) is going to be revived in one way or another.
That’s not to say that characters will be around forever, though. Matt Groening has said: “very excited to continue this great journey with Netflix. Stay tuned for more cranked-up suspense, thrilling plot twists and beloved characters getting knocked off.”
Beyond just the main storyline, there’s a lot of other things that need to be answered about the universe. Josh Strangehill who works on the series has teased that all will be revealed in the future.
It's cool people are noticing this. I apologize for having to be coy about stuff like this right now, but it will all be answered. And there are still hidden mysteries nobody's noticed yet (some in plain sight.)
— Josh Weinstein (@Joshstrangehill) September 7, 2018
Who will be returning for part 2 of Disenchantment?
The first part of Disenchantment featured some fantastic talent of which most will be returning for part 2.
- Abbi Jacobson as Bean
- Sharon Horgan as Queen Dagmar
- John DiMaggio as King Zøg
- Eric Andre as Luci
- Tress MacNeille as Queen Oona
- Matt Berry as Prince Merkimer
- Lucy Montgomery as Bunty
- David Herman as The Herald and others
Robin Atkin Downes has also been confirmed on the IMDb page to be returning to be doing some of the additional voices for the show.
Beyond the cast, music for the series will once again be provided by Mark Mothersbaugh who before Disenchantment provided music for Thor: Ragnarok, The Lego Movie and 21 Jump Street.
How many episodes will there be in Disenchantment part 2?
Once again, there are confirmed to be 10 new episodes which vary in length that will round out season 1 of Disenchantment.
When will part 2 of Disenchantment be on Netflix?
Officially, we only know that more episodes will be released in 2019.
However, with the fact that episodes are now announced up to 2021, we’d assume the series is going to be sticking to a yearly format. In which case, we’re expecting season 1 part 2 to arrive in August 2019.
Netflix doesn’t provide any other helpful hints other than saying on the official page for Disenchantment that “New episodes coming 2019”.
With the announcement of season 2 confirmed which will also be 20 episodes split into two halves. We now know that new episodes of Disenchantment will be coming out in 2019, 2020 and 2021.
Here’s how that release schedule pans out in our minds over the next few years.
|Season 1||Part 1||August 2018|
|Season 1||Part 2||2019|
|Season 2||Part 3||2020|
|Season 2||Part 4||2021|
Will there be more episodes after part 2 of Disenchantment?
Yes! Only a handful of shows have managed to gain multi-season orders from Netflix and in October 2018 Disenchantment joined the list.
When we first looked at part 2 of Disenchantment we highlighted an interview with Matt Groening (the creator of the series) who said that longevity is the key to his shows. This would imply that the show is intended for a long span on Netflix.
The misadventure continues. New Disenchantment coming in 2019, 2020, and 2021. pic.twitter.com/HWzXeYxRQ4
— Disenchantment (@disenchantment) October 22, 2018
Other Disenchantment News
- Expect merchandise for the show soon as Rocket Licensing has been named as the UK licensing agency. In the report, it says: “include apparel, accessories, and collectibles for adults.” Funko will create figures for the show and Kidrobot are said to be creating figures, keychains, and plushes.
- Episode 15 or part 2 episode 5 has had a description uploaded to IMDb and says: “While Bean and Brick has involved in ventures, they go searching for the rescue of Zane. When bad things can go wrong. When Queen Dorgamon has envolved for Zog. He and his people will search out before the ritual starts.” – Brick looks to be a brand new character for 2019.
summoning circle, hope this works:
🕯 Season 2 🕯
🕯 of 🕯
🕯 Disenchantment 🕯
— Mike (@barnacleb0y) March 20, 2019
Shows/ movies I’m excited for this year
* Stranger things season 3
* Game of thrones season 8
* Sex education season 2
* Umbrella academy season 2
* The rest of Riverdale season 3
* Avengers Endgame
* Toy story 4
* Disenchantment season 2
* Peaky Blinders season 5
That’s it lmao
— Trix (@NotTrixYT) March 22, 2019
There you have it. Everything we know about Disenchantment part 2. We’ve got more on all the upcoming animated shows here and if you’re looking for The Simpsons or Futurama on Netflix in the meantime, you’re going to be out of luck.