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Netflix Confirms Disenchantment Part 3 Will Be Released In 2020

Netflix Confirms Disenchantment Part 3 Will Be Released In 2020

The wacky cartoon has been a hit since it first aired in 2018

Dominic Smithers

Dominic Smithers

Netflix has confirmed that Disenchantment will return for a third season next year.

The outlandish cartoon is made by the same people behind The Simpsons, and has been a smash hit since it first aired last year.

But now the streaming service has announced there is plenty more to come, with the next series set to hit screens in 2020.

The news was confirmed on Twitter. Netflix posted a short video, with the caption: "Ready to continue the adventure? @Disenchantment is returning for Season 3 in 2020! You didn't think we'd leave Bean in that hole, did you?"

And the announcement was met with jubilation from fans who had feared it may not return.

One excited user said: "Omg thank you so much, was so worried u guys were canceling it, YES! U guys can make like 30 seasons like simpsons."

A second person wrote: "I'm happy now."

While a third commented: "This is Great News! love this show."

Set in the medieval kingdom of Dreamland, the series follows Princess Bean, voiced by Abbi Jacobson, who likes a beer or two; her elf companion Elfo (wonder how long it took them to come up with that); and her personal demon, Luci.

The unlikely trio navigate the 'crumbling medieval kingdom' while crossing paths with ogres, sprites, harpies, imps, trolls, walruses, and lots of human fools.

The cartoon is coming back for a third season.

It's a bit like The Simpsons but back when it used to be really good and with a lot more magic.

And while Disenchantment's stock is rising, that of its predecessor is very much not.

So much so that a Simpsons showrunner has had to shut down claims that the long-running cartoon series is coming to an end.

Tongues started wagging when Danny Elfman, the composer of the show's theme tune, appeared on's Big Reviewski podcast and said he'd heard things were drawing to a close.

However, Al Jean, the programme's showrunner, has refuted Elfman's slightly tentative claims.

Sharing an article about what Elfman had said about the show potentially bowing out, Jean tweeted: "We are all thankful the following article is NOT TRUE."

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Funny, Interesting, US Entertainment