What’s up, everyone? We have exciting news to share with you!
Producers have given the go-ahead for Disenchantment Season 5, which will premiere soon!
All the latest information on the new season, including its release date, cast, and many other updates, can be found on this page.
Disenchantment Season 5: All About The Series
Disenchantment is an American fantasy, adventure, and satire television series aimed toward adults. Matt Groening, the show’s creator, debuted it on August 17th, 2018 on Cartoon Network.
The Simpsons and Futurama first created it for Fox Broadcasting Company. However, by the end of 2017, Netflix had overtaken its production.
“Dreamlands” is an epic medieval fantasy country that tells the story of Bean (the rebellious princess), Elfo (Elfo the Elf’s companion), and Luci (the demon who is Bean’s “personal devil”).
The voice-over artists include Abbi Jacobson, Eric André, Nat Faxon, John DiMaggio, Tress MacNeille, Matt Berry, David Herman, Maurice LaMarche, Lucy Montgomery, and Billy West.
With the help of Matt Groening and Josh Weinstein, the series is co-produced by Reid Harrison and David X. Cohen as well as Deanna MacLellan, Lee Supercinski, and Jeny Batten.
Furthermore, The ULULU Company and Rough Draft Studios are behind the series’ development.
Disenchantment Season 5: When Is The Series Releasing?
Since April 2022, Netflix has not made any formal announcement regarding the continuation of the fifth season. The conclusion of part four also means that an announcement will most likely be made in the coming months.
For the most part, there is a one-year break between each installment, with part three being released in January 2021 and part four being released in early February 2022. The fifth season of Disenchantment is expected to premiere in the first half of 2023 assuming everything goes according to plan.
Disenchantment Season 5: Whom Can We Expect?
This season’s cast members may return, so let’s find out who they are!
Bean, a 19-year-old princess from Dreamland, is played by Abbi Jacobson.
Bean’s demon Luci is played by Eric André in this film.
Elfo, an 18-year-old half-elf from Elfwood, is played by Nat Faxon.
As Bean’s father and the monarch of Dreamland, King Zg (John DiMaggio) are played by DiMaggio.
Princess Bean is raised by Queen Oona, portrayed by Tress MacNeille.
Prince Herkimer is played by Matt Berry.
Oval, the three-eyed prime minister of Dreamland, is played by Maurice LaMarche.
Bean’s mother, Queen Dagmar, is played by Sharon Horgan.
Disenchantment season 5: Reviews & Ratings!
It received an IMDb rating of 7.3 out of 10 and a Tomatometer rating of 65 percent and 77 percent audience approval on Rotten Tomatoes, respectively.
Disenchantment season 5: Where To Watch?
Disenchantment season 5 will be available to stream on Netflix as soon as it airs. Check to see if you have a subscription to Netflix. If not, you’d be on the hook for $8.99 a year.