Tuesday, May 11, 2021

The Adventure Comedy Series Killing It On Netflix

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Spoilers for season 2 beyond this point

The third season of Disenchantment dropped on Netflix on January 15, 2021, and it looks as though fans of Groening’s signature brand of humor are busy binge-watching the series. When we last left these characters, Bean had discovered her mother, Dagmar (Sharon Horgan), whom she long thought dead, was actually alive, but also pretty evil. She soon returned to Dreamland with her friends Elfo (Nat Faxon) and Luci (Eric Andre) where the attempted murder of her father and the king, Zøg (John DiMaggio), is pinned on her. She’s sentenced to death but manages a miraculous escape in the season 2 finale.

Disenchantment isn’t quite as raunchy as other animated Netflix originals like the controversial coming-of-age series Big Mouth and F is for Family. It has a TV-14 rating, meaning parents should use their best judgment when deciding whether to let their younger teens watch it, but if you don’t mind some crude language and cartoonish violence, then the series is absolutely worth getting into — especially if you’re already a fan of The Simpsons and Futurama.

While you can definitely see the DNA of those shows in Disenchantment, it’s clear from season 3 that the show is finally beginning to carve its own path forward. Without getting into any newer spoilers, the show has begun to dive into more serious territory with one of the best episodes of season 3 involving Bean having a lengthy discussion with Mora the Mermaid (Meredith Hagner) about how she’s never really been in a real relationship before and what’s holding her back from truly loving someone.

Disenchantment has only grown more mature with age, but that doesn’t mean it’s lost its sense of humor. With a fourth season already renewed by Netflix, we’ll have plenty more adventures with these colorful characters for some time to come.

Read more from a Random Article pick


The Two Forgotten Ice Cube Movies Dominating Netflix Right Now

The buddy action-comedy All About the Benjamins stars Ice Cube alongside Mike Epps in a fast-paced, whirlwind movie involving unfortunate mix-ups and ruthless crime lords.

Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of Jan. 25, 2021

From kids’ programming to more Netflix original movies, here’s everything coming to Netflix this week.

The zombie comedy you need to watch on HBO Max

The Dead Don't Die's dazzling ensemble cast is enough on its own to entice most people into checking it out.


Here’s how you can watch every movie in the Jaws series

Now that you know you can watch the entirety of the Jaws franchise on HBO Max, you really ought to consider whether you should.

The Heartwarming Comedy Series That Everyone’s Binging On Amazon Video

Wight's first stories were originally published as serials in the London Evening Standard.

The Anne Hathaway heist movie that's killing it on HBO Max

Here's why you should check out HBO Max's newest original heist film, Locked Down.

Stay Connected

- Advertisement -

Latest Articles

Lady Gaga Offers $500,000 Reward For Safe Return Of Dogs After Dogwalker Shot

Ryan Fischer, Gaga’s dogwalker, was in front of his house with her three French bulldogs on Sierra Bonita Avenue in Los Angeles when he was attacked by thieves.

The Real Reason The Russos Wanted To Cast Tom Holland In Cherry

"What's clear to us is that there's a lot of compassion and empathy around him as an actor.

Things Only Adults Notice In Sister Act

After Deloris gets captured, her sisters at Saint Katherine's take it upon themselves to come to the rescue rather than count on the police to get there in time.

How Old Was Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson When He Filmed The Mummy Returns?

The Mummy Returns came out on May 4, 2001, when Johnson was two days over 29 — but we're looking for his age when the movie was shot, not when it was released.

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 13 Release Date, Cast And Plot

The show's main characters could be in a very different place when season 12 is over.
- Advertisement -
Storepaperoomates Blog

Pin It on Pinterest