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Disenchantment Part 5 Renewal Status: Release Date, Cast, Plot, and More
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What does the future hold for Bean and the gang?
With Disenchantment Part Four officially completed, fans of Matt Groening’s fantasy cartoon will be looking forward to a fifth season of the Netflix show like a warm hug.
The streaming service has yet to say whether or not the series has been renewed for part five, but given the several cliffhangers, we’d be surprised if we didn’t return to Dreamland for another round of medieval mayhem.
Disenchantment Part 5 is shaping up to be the most revealing yet, with plenty of loose ends to tie up, puzzles to unravel, and several of the core characters once again finding themselves in difficult circumstances.
Here’s all you need to know about it before it’s released.
Disenchantment Part 5 Release Date
As previously said, Netflix has yet to formally renew the series, but with part four completed, we can certainly expect some sort of announcement in the coming months.
Part three will be released in January 2021, followed by part four in early February 2022, with a year’s hiatus between each run of episodes. If this is any indication, the show will most likely return around the beginning of 2023.
Keep an eye on this page for any further updates on the release date of Part 5.
Disenchantment Part 5 Cast
If the program does return, you can be sure that all of the main cast members will return to play their individual roles.
Abbi Jacobson as Princess Bean, Eric André as Luci the Devil, Nat Faxon as Eflo, John DiMaggio as King Zg, Sharon Horgan as Queen Dagmar, Meredith Hagner as Mora the Mermaid, and Tress MacNeille as Queen Oona, Prince Derek, and The Ogre Queen are among the cast members.
Although he did not appear in Part 4, Matt Berry will most likely repeat his role as Prince Merkimer the Pig, and Richard Ayoade will most likely reprise his role as Alva Gunderson, the founder of Steamland.
Disenchantment Part 5 Plot
Part four, in true Disenchantment tradition, left us with much more questions than answers, but each unresolved storyline has effectively set the stage for part five.
Bean defeated a wicked dream version of herself (gruesomely decapitating her, no less) in Part 4, only to be thrown into the sea by her mother Dagmar. Mora, Bean’s mermaid love interest, looks to have saved her yet again. Part five appears to be digging deeper into Bean’s relationship with this strange fish lady, as well as her continued feud with Dagmar.
We may also certainly anticipate hearing more about Bean’s newfound abilities, which were mentioned a couple of times in episode four. We watched her magically heal her father Zg’s arm by waving her hand over it in one episode, and in the finale, she learned how to fire lightning from her fingertips like a seasoned Sith Lord. This last ability appears to be something she can only perform in her dreams, but we have a feeling she’ll soon master it in the real world as well.
In other news, after successfully honking his way out of the mad asylum, King Zg finds himself on another journey outside of Dreamland. He’ll very certainly be on a mission to save Ursula the bear woman, their lovechild Jasper, his other son Derek, Freckles the talking puppet, and Odval, who have all been kidnapped and placed on display at a Steamland freak show.
Finally, there’s the enigma of the Elves, Trogs, and Sea Trogs. All three species are, in fact, the same, and Dreamland was once their magical country. Only after the humans took over did the Elves split, with two tribes being turned into Trogs and Sea Trogs after swallowing the Sacred Goo – a priceless substance that, at some point, will reportedly grant power to the “Saviour.”
We fully expect this mystery to expand in part five, possibly revealing the name of said, savior. (Isn’t it Elfo?)
One thing to keep in mind is that this program appears to have an endpoint in sight, implying that it will not survive as long as Groening’s other legendary inventions, The Simpsons and Futurama.
This endpoint (which is currently expected to come at the end of Enchantment’s sixth season) is woven throughout the writing process at every level.
“Because of the serialized art element, it’s a much deeper, more complicated process than we went through on The Simpsons or Futurama,” showrunner Josh Weinstein told Skwigly. “Thus, months before we ever begin working with the writers, Matt and I plan out an overall arc for the series and the characters for the season, and then we meet with the writers and pitch them every single episode.” As a result, all of the episodes are pitched in a group with all of the writers.
“Then we usually have a tale pass followed by a joke pass. So we’ll pitch it to the writers first to make sure the story is sound and to come up with any new developments or twists, and then the writers will usually go off in smaller groups just to do a joke pass and collect as many good jokes as they can in a day before they go off and spend about two weeks writing a draught.
“I’ll provide feedback, and then they’ll work on a final-final first draught. Because there are so many serialized components in the program, Matt and I each take individual runs over the script before it’s recorded.
“Because, no matter how talented the writers are, there are simply so many things that Matt and I have in our heads that need to be achieved, and we have a greater picture of everything that’s going to happen.” So we’d generally do a very great pass on every script before recording it, but before recording, we’d do one more pass with the authors to punch up a bunch of jokes and stuff.
“From the beginning, Matt and I had the ending and the many steps toward the ending in mind. We plan in the same way that Alex Hirsch planned Gravity Falls, with particular tentpole characters and plot developments in mind. But, certain issues arise as we write.
“We constantly finding things, things that sort of weave into the canon that we have.” Part three is basically the middle, so I’d say that parts four through six are going to be the end and finishing up and bringing everything together.”
Disenchantment Part 5 Trailer
Please relax. Because Part 5 has yet to be announced, there is no trailer to speak of.
Netflix normally includes a teaser with the release date announcement, so we may not have to wait long. A complete trailer is usually released a month before the series airs.
Meanwhile, keep sipping the Holy Goo and praying for a Savior.
Disenchantment is now accessible on Netflix.