A third season of the animated programme The Owl House is forthcoming. faster than you anticipate. The Owl House has received a lot of praise from critics and viewers alike, and in contrast to other Disney media, it stands out for its LGBTQIA+ inclusion.
The third season will differ significantly from the first two. In the series, a human girl finds a portal to another planet and befriends a rebellious witch and a warrior. She joins a new household and quickly fulfils her childhood fantasy of becoming a witch. Let’s learn more about the upcoming season and what the audience can expect from it. For the viewers, we have a release date and time.
Release information for Season 3 of The Owl House
On October 15, 2022, at 9 p.m. ET/PT, season three will return on Disney Channel and Disney XD. Three 44-minute specials will make up the season; the other two will air in 2023. “Thanks to Them” is the title of the opening special.
After months of attempts, Luz and her comrades make a risky attempt to return to the Demon Realm, according to the first special synopsis. Additionally, this season is planned to be the series’ last.
The show’s creator, Dana Terrace, announced that the final season would consist of a full 20 episodes. Disney Channel chose to limit the third season of the show to three 44-minute episodes despite its popularity. On October 15, the creator tweeted, “Hooty hoot, we’re back.”
— Dana Terrace (@DanaTerrace) September 14, 2022
The Creator of the Show Discussed The Cut
Where the second season left off, the third season will pick up with Luz and her friends stranded in the human world, willing to do whatever it takes to escape to the demon realm and defend the Boiling Isles from Emperor Belos and the Collector.
“While we have had difficulty airing in a few countries [and are just straight out prohibited in a few more],” Terrace stated about the LGBTQ+ content, “I’m not going to assume bad faith against the individuals I work with in LA.”
“They simply wanted to put TOH behind them, and this was the ideal opportunity to do so. It was challenging to even get the three S3 episodes. I wasn’t permitted to participate in any conversations until I was just… Told, so it’s hard to say,” Dana Terrace continued.
In addition, she added, “At the end of the day, a small group of business executives supervise what fits into the Disney brand, and one of those guys determined one day that [The Owl House] didn’t suit that ‘brand’… Our audience skews older, the tale is serialised [BARELY compared to any average anime hahaha], and that just wasn’t to this one guy’s liking. I’m done now! Isn’t that bizarre?
During a panel at the 2022 New York Comic Con, Terrace expressed sorrow over the show’s cancellation but praised the production team for making an effort despite the cut, asking, “What can you do at this point? We tried our hardest. What do you think about the reduction and the forthcoming season? Please feel free to share your thoughts in the section below.