Disenchantment Season 2 Release Date, Trailer, Cast and More

Matt Groening’s magical medieval animated series, Disenchantment, returns for its second season on Netflix.

Disenchantment Season 2 Nat Faxon Abbi Jacobson Eric Andre

Disenchantment Season 2 (or, as it’s being billed, “Part 2,”) is coming to Netflix very soon!

Netflix was apparently enchanted enough with Disenchantment, since it gave the Matt Groening animated series an early order for Season 2 of the series, also setting up a release strategy that will see episodes released all the way through 2021! As creator Matt Groening expressed of the move in a statement:

“We’re excited to continue this epic journey with Netflix. Stay tuned for more cranked-up suspense, infuriating plot twists, and beloved characters getting knocked off.”

Disenchantment is produced by The ULULU Company for Netflix, with Groening and Josh Weinstein serving as executive producers. Rough Draft Studios handles the animation.

Disenchantment Season 2 Trailer

The full trailer for Disenchantment Part 2 has arrived!

You can also check out the first teaser, which revealed that Elfo is not fully dead… but also kind of dead. Yet, as we’d later learn in the full trailer, he’s in heaven… literally.

Disenchantment Season 2 Release Date

Disenchantment Season 2 premieres all 10 episodes on Friday, September 20.

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Disenchantment Season 2 Poster

Disenchantment Season 2 Cast

Jacobson, Faxon and André are joined in the Disenchantment voice cast by John DiMaggio, Billy West, Maurice LaMarche, David Herman, Tress MacNeille, Matt Berry, Rich Fulcher, Jeny Batten, Lucy Montgomery and Noel Fielding.

Disenchantment Season 2 Story

The story of Disenchantment centers on the exploits of the hard-drinking Princess Bean (Abbi Jacobson), who, joined by her elven companion Elfo (Nat Faxon) and personal demon Luci (Eric André), experience very real concepts like life, death, love and sex within a magical medieval world called Dreamland. The series, much like The Simpsons creator Matt Groening’s Futurama, taps heavily into the well of genre satire, this time utilizing fantasy tropes. However, unlike Groening’s Fox shows, Disenchantment conforms itself to Netflix binge-watching, mostly telling a linear story across the season instead of resetting the status quo each episode.

Joseph Baxter is a contributor for Den of Geek and Syfy Wire. You can find his work here. Follow him on Twitter @josbaxter.