Netflix announced yesterday afternoon that they have picked up two more ten-episode seasons of Matt Groening’s animated comedy Disenchantment. The streaming service started that one off with a two season order, so this will now bring the show to four seasons total. The first season of ten episodes debuted on August 17th and the second will drop at some point in 2019. The third and fourth will now follow that in subsequent years. I have not seen any viewing stats for the show (Netflix does not share those, but Nielsen occasionally publishes their estimates), but it did receive mostly favorable reviews in its first year and now appears to be set for an extended run on the streaming service.
Disenchantment is an animated fantasy/comedy that follows a rebellious princess who sets of on adventures with her elf companion Elfo and her “personal demon” Luci. It was created by Matt Groening and is voiced by Abbi Jacobson, Eric Andre, Nat Faxon, John DiMaggio, and Tress MacNeille.
The Fall season is just getting started so expect more updates and announcements to be made over the next month or so. Plus, there are still several Summer and Spring shows that we are waiting to hear word on such as Humans, Into the Badlands, and Reverie. Be sure to stay tuned to this site and the Cancelled Sci Fi Twitter Site for breaking news as well as the latest ratings results.