Netflix has also a collection of many great animated series and Disenchantment is one of them. It is created by The Simpsons creator Matt Groening along with Josh Weinstein. Abbi Jacobson and Eric Andre lend their voices to main characters of the series like Princess Bean, and her demon Luci. Production companies like The ULULU Company and Rough Draft Studios are behind this series. It received praise from the critics for its animation and story.
The second part of season one of the animated series already finished airing episodes, now fans are waiting for the second season. So the great news is the animated series is already renewed for season 2. The renewal news of the series appeared back in 2018. So below are the latest updates for the new season:
When the first part of season one released on Netflix, the streaming giant ordered season 2 consisting of 20 episodes. So the production of the second season already began soon after this announcement. Also, coronavirus pandemic resulted in shutting down production on many projects of Netflix. But we don’t need to worry about the second season of Disenchantment as it’s an animated series.
So the animators can work from their home for completing the production. So it’s still in development.
Similarly like season 1, Netflix has divided the second season of Disenchantment into two parts. The streaming giant is completing the production of both the parts. It is not known if the production is already completed on the first part of season 2 or not. Earlier Netflix revealed that Part 1 of the second season will release in this year and Part 2 will land in 2021.
So if we receive a specific date for both the parts we will notify you. So stay tuned for all the latest updates.
The story of Princess Bean will continue with second season. We will see her rebellious side again as she is an alcoholic princess and fans are eagerly waiting for the new season.
These are the voice artists for the second season of the animated series: Abbi Jacobson as Bean, Eric Andre as Luci, Tress MacNeille as Queen Oona and Prince Derek, Sharon Horgan as Queen Dagmar, John DiMaggio as King Zøg, Billy West as Sorcerio and Maurice LaMarche as Odval.