10 best new Netflix shows to watch in September 2019

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Disenchantment Part 2
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5. Disenchantment

Season: 1 (Part 2)

Created By: Matt Groening

Starring: Abbi Jacobson, Eric Andre, Nat Faxon, John DiMaggio, Tress MacNeille, Matt Berry, David Herman, Maurice LaMarche, Lucy Montgomery, Billy West, Noel Fielding, Sharon Horgan

Release Date: Friday, Sept. 20

Over the last few years, Netflix has certainly carved itself out a space in the adult animated sitcom game with a number of hit series like BoJack Horseman, Big Mouth, F Is for Family, Paradise PD and the, unfortunately, canceled Tuca & Bertie.

Last year, the streamer debuted its latest high-profile animated series, Disenchantment. Netflix will have the true animation domination before long, and the next phase of that domination begins with the premiere of Disenchantment’s second part this September.

Disenchantment centers on Princess Bean (Abbi Jacobson), the 19-year-old princess of the medieval fantasy kingdom Dreamland who doesn’t quite act so princess-ly. Princess Bean relies on rebellion and alcohol, which tends to get her in trouble as she goes on misadventures through the kingdom with her elf companion Elfo (Nat Faxon) and her personal demon Luci (Eric Andre). While venturing through the crumbling kingdom, the trio crosses paths with ogres, trolls, walruses, humans, and other interesting characters and creatures.

From creator of The Simpsons Matt Groening, Disenchantment marks the latest successful adult animated sitcom on Netflix. The series premiered last summer with 10 episodes, and the first season concludes with the second set of 10 episodes this month. Netflix has already ordered a second season of 20 episodes, which will be again released in two parts between 2020 and 2021. The series holds a 62% on Rotten Tomatoes, and while it separated critics with its first run, Disenchantment will surely settle into its sweet spot. Don’t miss the new episodes this September!