After Part 4 is done, Matt Groening’s fantasy animation fans will welcome Disenchantment season 5 of the Netflix program like a warm hug.
Although the streaming service has yet to confirm if the series is renewed for Disenchantment season 5, we are still surprised that Dreamland didn’t decide to return for more medieval mayhem.
Disenchantment season 5 promises to be the most exciting yet. There are many mysteries to solve and loose ends to tie, as well as some core characters finding themselves in sticky situations.
This is everything you need to know before the release.
Disenchantment season 5: When is it possible to release it?
Netflix has yet to renew the series. However, Part 4 is now complete so we can expect an announcement within the next few months.
There is usually a gap of about a year between episodes. Part three will be released in January 2021, while part four will arrive in February 2022. It seems probable that the show will return to the air in 2023, if this is any indication.
For any updates on part five’s release date, be sure to keep checking this page.
Disenchantment season 5: Who’s coming back!
If the show is indeed renewed, you can be sure that all of the cast members will return to their roles.
This includes Abbi Jacobson playing Princess Bean, Eric Andre playing Luci the Demon and Nat Faxon acting as Eflo. John DiMaggio is King Zog. Sharon Horgan plays Queen Dagmar. Meredith Hagner plays Mora the Mermaid. Tress MacNeille plays Queen Oona. Tress MacNeille is The Ogre Queen.
Even though he was not in the fourth part, Matt Berry will likely return as Prince Merkimer The Pig. Richard Ayoade will likely reprise his role of Alva Gunderson (the founder of Steamland), although he wasn’t.
Part 5 of Disenchantment: What’s the story?
Part four, in true Disenchantment fashion, left us with more questions than answers. However, each unresolved plotline has set the stage for part five.
Part four ended with Bean defeating an evil dream-like version of herself, which she did by gruesomely executing her. She was then thrown into the ocean by her mother Dagmar. Bean was saved by Mora, her mermaid lover. Part five will explore Bean’s relationship to this mysterious fish lady and her ongoing conflict against Dagmar.
You can also expect to hear more about Bean’s newfound powers. They were briefly mentioned in part four. One episode saw her miraculously heal Zog’s father by simply waving her hand. In the final, she learned how to fire lightning with her fingertips, just like a veteran Sith Lord. Although this ability is only possible in dreams, we believe she will soon be able to master it in real life.
King Zog finds himself in another adventure after he has honked his escape from the insane asylum. After being captured and displayed in a Steamland freakshow, he’ll likely be on a mission for Ursula, the bear woman, and their lovechild Jasper.
The mystery surrounding the Trogs, Sea Trogs, and Elves is finally solved. It turns out that all three species are one in the same, and Dreamland was once their magical realm. The Elves became divided after humans overtook them. Two different Elves were transformed into Trogs, and Sea Trogs, after they drank the Sacred Goo, a precious liquid that will, at some point, give power to the “Saviour”.
This mystery will continue to grow in part five and may even lead to the identification of its saviour. (It’s Elfo, right?)
It is important to remember that the show seems to have an end in sight. This suggests that it will not last as long as Groening’s other famous creations The Simpsons, and Futurama.
This endpoint, which is currently scheduled for completion of Enchantment‘s sixth seasons, is embedded at each stage of the writing process.
“It’s a deeper, more complex process than what we went through on The Simpsons or Futurama ,” showrunner Josh Weinstein explained to .. “So Matt and I map out an overall story arc and the characters, then we meet with the writers to pitch each episode. All episodes are then pitched together with the other writers.
“We usually do a story pass followed by a joke pass. We’ll first pitch the story to the writers to ensure it is sound and to come up with new twists and developments. Then the writers will go off in smaller groups to do a joke pass. After that, they’ll spend approximately two weeks creating a draft.
“I’ll take notes and then they’ll go away and make a final-final draft. Because there are so many serialized elements in the show’s story, Matt and I take individual passes at the script before it’s recorded.
“Because no matter how talented the writers, there is no way to know everything. Matt and I both have so much in our heads that we need to accomplish and we have a better picture of what’s going on. We’d usually do a decent pass on each script before recording it. But, we’ll still do another pass with the writers to add some humor and other stuff.
“Matt, I knew the ending and all the steps to it from the beginning. Similar to Alex Hirsch’s Gravity Falls plan, our planning process is similar. We know the plot developments and tentpole characters. However, certain things will come up while we are writing.
We keep finding things, and stuff keeps coming up that kind of ties into our canon. Part Three is the middle, so it’s like after. I would say that parts four through six are going to be the ending and wrapping up.
Trailer for Disenchantment Part 5: When can you watch it?
Keep calm. Part five is still not announced, so there’s no trailer.
Netflix will usually release a teaser with the release date announcement. So we may not have to wait too long. A full trailer is usually released a month before the series airs.
Keep drinking the Sacred Goo, and ask for a savior.
Netflix has Disenchantment available for streaming.