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On February 9, 2022, Netflix released the fourth part of the second season of its animated satirical fantasy sitcom, Disenchantment. The series’s created by Matt Groening and is the first series of Matt Groening, who is known for creating The Simpsons to appear solely on a streaming service.

The show made its debut on the OTT platform on August 17, 2018, and has aired forty episodes. Since the arrival of the sitcom, it has received mixed responses and reviews from the audience. According to Rotten Tomatoes, the first and second part of season one have an average rating of 6.13/10 and 6.6/10, respectively. And the second season is also divided into two parts, with ratings of the first part being 60% positive.

The show is set in the imaginary patriarchal medieval European kingdom of Dreamland. The plotline follows the story of Bean, a 19-year old princess from Dreamland, her beloved friend Elfo, an 18-year-old half-elf from Elfwood, and her personal demon, Luci.

The fourth part, i.e., the second part of season 2, has been relatively unsuccessful in bypassing the shade of Matt Groening’sGroening’s Futurama. The previous season left the characters on a rough note. With the newly-crowned Queen Tiabeanie abducted and taken to hell by her evil mother, Dagmar, and the death of the demon Luci.

The latest part picked up the loose ends and began with making amends. In this part, we saw Satan becoming a recurring character with narcissism dripping from Horgan’sHorgan’s elitist voice. Along with these highlights, we also had a good time while watching Dagmar’sDagmar’s manipulations as she planned Bean’sBean’s succession to the throne of Dreamland to stop the Queen of Dreamland from getting married to King of Hell.

In the first two episodes, we were deprived of the trio consisting of Bean, Elfo, and Luci, and the tone of these episodes remained notably light. Part 4 also brought back the team from season 1 and made us realize how dependent the trio is on each other, and this time we thoroughly enjoyed watching these three working together once again.

The finale of the episode revealed that Bean might have some supernatural qualities. Overall, the show lacked in building excitement for the upcoming part five. Despite having high animation and some laughable moments, the show hasn’t hooked viewers like The Simpsons.

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