Disenchantment Season 5: With the conclusion of Disenchantment part four, fans of Matt Groening’s fantasy cartoon will be hoping for a fifth season of the Netflix program like a comfortable pat on the back. The streaming service has yet to confirm whether or not the series has been renewed for a fifth season, but given the number of cliffhangers we’ve been left with, we’d be shocked if we didn’t return to Dreamland for more medieval mayhem.
Part five of Disenchantment is shaping up to be the most revealing yet, with lots of loose ends to tie up, puzzles to unravel, and several of the key characters once again finding themselves in tricky circumstances.
Disenchantment Season 5 Storyline
In the fourth season, Bean and her friends go on yet another bizarre and amazing adventure. At the start of the season, Bean is scheduled to marry Satan in hell, while Luci seeks to flee from paradise. Elfo, on the other hand, is desperate to escape the ogres. In another episode, Bean returns to Dreamland, but her homecoming is not what she imagined.
She and her comrades do, however, reconcile with King Zg in the end. In the season finale, Bean even sees “Bad Bean” in her nightmares. We may expect more of these out-of-this-world experiences featuring Bean and her loved ones if the program is renewed. The following section contains the most detailed information about the forthcoming season of this popular Matt Groening program.
Disenchantment part 5 cast: Who’s coming back?
If the program does return, you can count on all of the principal cast members to reprise their roles as their individual characters.
Princess Bean is played by Abbi Jacobson, Luci the Demon is played by Eric André, Nat Faxon is played by Nat Faxon, King Zg is played by John DiMaggio, Queen Dagmar is played by Sharon Horgan, Mora the Mermaid is played by Meredith Hagner, and Queen Oona, Prince Derek, and The Ogre Queen is played by Tress MacNeille.
Matt Berry, who didn’t appear in part four, is expected to return as Prince Merkimer the Pig, while Richard Ayoade is expected to return as Alva Gunderson, the founder of Steamland.
Season 5 of the Disenchantment Release Date
Season 5 of Disenchantment will be released in the first quarter of 2023. The show’s creator, Matt Groening, is ecstatic about the upcoming fifth season. However, given the recent release of the fourth season, it would be nonsensical to confirm the fifth season so soon. Season 4 is made up of 10 episodes that you may watch all at once.