Disenchantment season 4: Netflix release date of Matt Groening’s animated series, trailer, and who is in cast?

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Disenchantment comes from Simpsons creator Matt Groening

Disenchantment, the animated fantasy sitcom from Simpsons creator Matt Groening, is returning to Netflix for a fourth season.

All 10 episodes of the new season will be available to stream on Netflix from Wednesday 9 February 2022.

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Here’s everything you need to know about Disenchantment season 4.

What is it about?

Disenchantment is set in a medieval fantasy Europe, in the kingdom of Dreamland. It follows the adventures of rebellious alcoholic princess Bean, her companion Elfo, and her personal demon Luci.

Series 4 picks up after the third season finale, which saw Bean crowned Queen and Luci waking up in Heaven.

Who is in the cast?

Abbi Jacobson stars as Bean. Jacobson is best known for her role on Broad City, which she co-created with Ilana Glazer. Her other voice acting roles include The Mitchells vs the Machines and The Lego Ninjago Movie.

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Eric Andre plays demon Luci. Andre is best known for his surreal comedy The Eric Andre Show, which parodies low-budget talk shows. He’s also guest-starred in a number of different comedies, from The Big Bang Theory to The Righteous Gemstones.

Nat Faxon plays Elfo, having previously appeared in Euphoria, Friends From College, and Speechless.

They’re joined by a number of other actors, including John Di Maggio, Matt Berry, and Sharon Horgan.

Is there a trailer?

Yes there is, and you can see it right here.

When I watch it?

Every episode of Disenchantment season 4 will be available to watch on Netflix from February 9.

The series will be 10 episodes long.

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Why should I watch it?

If you’re a fan of the fantasy genre and Matt Groening’s art style, then you might well have fun with this.

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