Netflix shared the new teaser trailer for Disenchantment Part 2, which is coming to Netflix on Sept. 20, 2019.
The new trailer for Disenchantment Part 2 is here! Netflix revealed the trailer for the new episodes of the Netflix original series, which hit the streaming service on Sept. 20, 2019.
Clocking in at around 30 seconds, the trailer didn’t really give much away. Fans of the series would recognize the post-credit footage of Elfo (Nat Faxon), who sacrificed himself in episode 9 of Part 1, washing up on a shoreline and being taken by a mysterious group of, what appears to be, human women.
The other footage shows Bean (Abbi Jacobson), disgruntled princess and Elfo’s best friend, who is clearly mourning the little guy. When she hears a voice from the flame that she thinks is Elfo, she desperately tries to connect with it. Instead, the voice on the other gets kind of mad at Bean.
Check out the new trailer for Disenchantment below!
The full-length trailer for Disenchantment is coming to Netflix on Sept. 5, according to the video above.
The series follows Princess Bean, who along with Elfo and her personal demon Luci (Eric Andre), have a variety of misadventures in a medieval fantasy setting. Part 1, which consisted of 10 episodes and works as the first part of the first season, took an episodic approach and eventually reunited Bean with her mother, Dagmar (Sharon Horgan). The end of Part 1 saw Elfo dead, Luci captured by a mysterious figure, Dagmar turning the Kingdom of Dreamland to stone and “escaping” with her daughter to parts unknown.
Needless to say, we have some questions going into Part 2. Namely, if Bean will realize that her mother will gaslight her, where on Earth is Luci, and will Elfo be brought back to life.
The series has already been renewed for season 2, which, like the first season, will also consist of 20 episodes. That means there are at least 30 more episodes of the series in the works at Netflix right now.
Disenchantment Part 2 will premiere on Sept. 20 on Netflix. Stay tuned for more news about Disenchantment Part 2, including the full trailer, images, and more!
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