The alcoholic rebellious princess of Dreamland, Princess Bean is all set to return with her elf friend Elfo and dangerous pet demon Luci with more misadventures. As we were getting ready for the release of Disenchantment Season 4, Netflix has shared the trailer for the season to hype our excitement even more. So, we have brought some unanswered questions that we want the fourth season to answer.
Disenchantment Season 4 Trailer Is Here!
Netflix has released the trailer for the upcoming season of Disenchantment. The trailer was shared on Netflix’s official youtube channel on January 31, 2021. The two-minute-long trailer was captioned, “Dive in. Drink Up. Dream on. Disenchantment Part 4 is coming to Netflix on February 9.” Thus, revealing that the fourth installment will premiere on February 9, 2022. The trailer also gave out some details about what awaits Bean and her allies.
The trailer starts with Bean and her friends flying over Dreamland in a spacecraft, announcing that the queen is back. However, their flying vehicle is shot down. Later on, in the trailer, we see that Bean’s nightmares are back to haunt her. The trailer gives a good satisfying glimpse of Disenchantment Season 4 without revealing too much about it. And now, fans are impatiently waiting for the release of the fourth season.
Who Ripped The Pages From The Royal Log?
Season 3 of Disenchantment presented a new intricacy in the form of a book known as “The Royal Log From Agøgg to Zøg: A Secret History of the Kings of Dreamland”. The book is called Book Of Øgs. The book possesses high importance for the secret society called Seekers. Prime Minister Oval himself supervises the Dreamland sect of the secret society. In the third season, Prince Derek found the book beneath his mattress while the book’s final few pages were missing. The pages contain information about the family line of the kings after a king whose name began with “Tr” had been torn out.
The news of pages being missing shocked Oval, who stated that he would be “really miffed” if anyone planned something without him knowing. Later on, we learned that exorcist Big Jo and some other members of the Seekers were attempting to discover the absent pages. At the end of the third season, one of the most pressing questions was who took the pages from the books.
Is There A Connection Between Trogs And The Royal Family?
Another question raised by the Book Of Øgs is whether there is some connection between the bloodline of Dreamland’s royalty and the Trøgs. The first missing page from the Book Of Øgs starts off describing a cursed king whose name started with “Tr.” It should be noted that the previous and subsequent kings of Dreamland all had names that ended with “øg.”
It seems too big a coincidence that the diminutive race shares the name of a human king who ruled the land they settled in. But it would be typical of Disenchantment’s writers to build up this sort of expectation only to deflate it in Disenchantment Season 4.
The Prophecies And Bean’s Powers!
Bean demonstrated some form of magical ability in Season 3 of Disenchantment, causing a complete blackout of Steamland’s technologies with a thunderbolt storm. This show of strength was never explained. It could, however, be a result of her aristocratic birth in the magical family of Maru, or of the mysterious curse that afflicts Dreamland’s royal line.
Bean is also one of the Trgs’ promised saviors, as well as the subject of another obscure prophecy regarding Maru’s royal line and the debt they owe to Hell, which is one of Disenchantment’s many fantasy Easter eggs. Disenchantment season 4 should perhaps explain some of this.
When Is Disenchantment Season 4 Coming!
It has been around a year since the third season of Netflix’s fantasy animated series premiered on January 15, 2021. And luckily, we are very close to the release of Disenchantment Season 4. Netflix announced the release date for the upcoming season filled with more new adventures of the alcoholic princess of Dreamland, Bean. So brace yourself, Disenchantment Season 4 will drop on February 9, 2022.