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Disenchantment season 4 release date updates: Will there be a new season? When is it coming out?

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Netflix has an exceptional lineup of mature animated content, with hits like Disenchantment being among the best the streaming service has to offer. The series from The Simpsons and Futurama creator Matt Groening tells the drunken misadventures of Queen Tiabeanie and her misfit friends, Elfo and Luci, and is easily one of the best comedies on the platform.

Ever since the show’s arrival in 2018, Disenchantment has been a must-watch affair for fans of fantasy adventure shows like Shadow and Bone, Fate: The Winx Saga, and The Witcher because of the way it brilliantly parodies all the tropes of the genre in a wickedly funny manner resulting in a significant amount of replay value. After the third chapter was released, fans were quickly eager to see what happens next in Disenchantment season 4, and it will be interesting to see how things play out considering how things left off in the exhilarating finale of season three.

Everything fans need to know about the Disenchantment season 4 release date, and more are below, so keep reading:

How many seasons of Disenchantment are there?

There are three seasons or parts of Disenchantment currently available to stream on Netflix. Each iteration is about 22-36 minutes in length, and there are thirty episodes so far for subscribers to enjoy on the streaming service.

Is there going to be a season 4 of Disenchantment?

Variety announced in October 2018 that Netflix had ordered twenty more entries of the animated series, and 10 of which in the form of the well-crafted season 3 have already become available on Netflix as of Jan. 15, 2021.

How many episodes of Disenchantment season 4 are there?

The fact that there are 10 chapters left in Netflix’s order, it would stand to reason that fans should expect Disenchantment season 4 to contain 10 episodes like the previous three iterations. It is also safe to presume that the next endeavor’s entries will have similar runtimes of around 20-40 minutes.

When is Disenchantment season 4 filming?

The production status of Disenchantment is unknown at this time, and for those looking for concrete answers as to what is going on with Disenchantment season 4, the news is going to feel like a medieval hangover after a night out with Princess Tiabeanie herself. There have been no updates via their Twitter nor through news outlets regarding their status on filming at this point.

It’s hard to imagine Netflix letting Disenchantment fans wait an extended amount of time to get more of the well-received animated original series, and knowing they already knew season 4 was happening when they wrote season there, is probably a wise bet most of the talented individuals behind the show had a good idea of where things will end up in the fourth outing.

The first season and its follow-up were developed on the same or from the streaming service, and their premiere dates were thirteen months apart. So it would seem that if they follow a similar timetable barring any unforeseen setbacks, the writing process should be well underway, and it’s anyone’s guess when fans will know more about the status of Disenchantment season 4.

Disenchantment season 4 release date

Netflix has announced no official release date, and it’s uncertain as to when fans will be able to mark their calendars for the Disenchantment season 4 premiere. As mentioned, the gap between the first 20 episodes ordered was a year and a month roughly, and if that’s the case this time around, the next run could arrive in February 2022 or not too long after.

It does seem unlikely that they will deliver the new season in 2021. But fans should not be disappointed as they have three great seasons to revisits on Netflix as well as other great animated shows like Big Mouth, F is For Family and more.

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