Disenchantment Season 5 is all set to be released next month on Netflix, and here are the latest details you need to know about the upcoming season.
The first official teaser for Disenchantment’s last season, which will be available on Netflix soon, has arrived and teases a titanic confrontation between Bean and Dagmar.
Disenchantment follows rebellious Bean and her friends in the medieval country of Dreamland, using a similar animation style but with a fantastical twist.
The initial season made its debut on Netflix in 2018, and it garnered positive feedback and substantial viewership, leading to plans for upcoming seasons.
The series was just confirmed to end with the forthcoming fifth season, and the new teaser gives a sneak peek at the last episodes. The official key art for Disenchantment Season 5 has also been revealed.
Disenchantment Season 5 Official Trailer
The latest trailer promises Queen Bean’s ultimate meeting with her criminal mother, Dagmar. Friends, rivals and all that is in between return from all across the country, including the darkest parts of Hell and the heights of Heaven, to see the story play out to its (hopefully) joyful finale.
The trailer begins with Bean being taken captive by Dagmar and put to shock treatment, which unlocks her dormant magical talents.
Bean has never been your typical princess, but she is determined to live independently, and her powers make that possible.
Killing her mom will be no easy task as Dagmar brings back Bad Bean, her wicked counterpart, to accomplish the prophecy and get the world to an end. The Devil is also on Dagmar’s side, but not very enthusiastically.
Much of the season is expected to follow Bean as she emphasizes her powers and gathers allies in preparation for the battle with Dagmar, visits Alva Gunderson in Steamworld, and fights alongside and declares her love for Mora. This mermaid just saved her from certain doom at the end of Season 4.
Even as the animated laughter continues, an air of gloom pervades Disenchantment Season 5. Bean is now confronting her destiny and strives valiantly to defy the prophecy that she will kill someone she loves.
Big Jo, the exorcist, warns Bean, “There will come a time whereby you have to decide who you would live for and for who you would die,” hinting at the dangers that await her and her allies when they confront Dagmar. War is unavoidable, and Bean and her friends must bring out the significant guns to win.
Fortunately for Bean, everyone she’s encountered is prepared to fight alongside her, including the two friends she began her quest with – Elfo and Luci.
The cast and characters of Disenchantment Season 5
Eric Andre (Luci), Abbi Jacobson (Bean), and Nat Faxon (Elfo) reprise their roles, as do Richard Ayoade, Matt Berry, Noel Fielding, John DiMaggio, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche, Lucy Montgomery, Meredith Hagner, David Herman, Sharon Horgan, and Billy West.
The last countdown to the debut of Disenchantment Season 5 on Netflix begins on September 1.