It is the narrative of Luz Noceda (Sarah-Nicole Robles), an ambitious dreamer from Connecticut who unintentionally journeys through a portal to a mystical world known as the Boiling Isles instead of going to summer camp, as told by Dana Terrace in the Disney Channel original movie “The Owl House.”
There, she meets “The Owl Lady,” Eda Clawthorne (Wendie Malick), a strong-willed and brilliant witch who offers to educate Luz in magic as they attempt to return her to the human world.
Luz, who is staying in the Owl House with Eda and another roommate, the demon King (Alex Hirsch), rapidly adjusts to life in this strange new place, enrolling in a local magic school where she meets new people, develops new enemies, and learns new skills.
There is a multitude of reasons why “The Owl House” is a fan-favorite series, but one of the most notable is that the program created history by featuring Disney's first bisexual lead in a series with Luz and Amity (Mae Whitman), a girl from her school, beginning a relationship.
This is a significant achievement for children's animation, and it is only one example of the growing number of LGBTQ+ characters appearing in media. On June 12, 2021, Season 2 of the cartoon series began airing.
It will consist of 21 episodes, which will be broadcast in two batches. Season 2 will continue the narrative of Luz, Eda, and the others, with the danger of the frightening Emperor Belos (Matthew Rhys) hovering over everything.
While “The Owl House” viewers are loving the new episodes, the subject of whether there will be a Season 3 is always on their minds. So, is this the conclusion of Luz's saga?
Here's all we know thus far about the third season of “The Owl House.”
Season 3 of the Owl House Premieres When?
The good news for “The Owl House” fans is that the show will return for a third season, however, the format will be a little different than the previous two seasons. An article from Deadline claims that the third season of the show will consist of three specials lasting 44 minutes each.
Unfortunately, the news is a touch bittersweet, as it was also reported that Season 3 will be the final season of the program, which was verified by Terrace on her Twitter account. “The Owl House” must complete Season 2 before Season 3 may be released on DVD or streaming services.
Beginning in mid-June 2021, new episodes have been showing every week, and the first half of Season 2 will conclude on August 14, 2021, with the second half of Season 2 to follow. As of right present, it is uncertain when the season will restart to complete the remaining episodes of the show.
Considering that the first season of “The Owl House” finished on August 29, 2020, it only took a little more than a year for Season 2 to launch in 2021, despite the epidemic that had to be dealt with.
This is fantastic news for fans, who can now look forward to the launch of the first of three specials during Season 3 of the program, which is expected to air within a year after the conclusion of Season 2.
Who Will Be a Part of the Owl House Season 3 Ensemble Cast?
Besides the main cast of “The Owl House,” which includes Robles, Hirsch, Malick, and Whitman, the third season will also feature Tati Gabrielle as Luz's high school friend Willow, Isaac Ryan Brown as her other friend Gus, and Ciss Jones as Eda's sister Lilith.
The third season of “The Owl House” will premiere on September 27th on ABC. With an increased cast from Season 1, Rhys is set to have a larger part in the second season as Belos, while Zeno Robinson will portray the Golden Guard, a new character introduced in Season 2 who is dispatched by Belos to spy on the Owl House and its residents.
Season 2's guest voice cast features several well-known actors and actresses, including Felicia Day from “The Guild,” Harvey Guillén from “What We Do in the Shadows,” Nik Dodani from “Atypical,” and Alex Lawther from “The End of the F***ing World.”
Season 3 is likely to continue the practice of renowned guest stars, although there has been no announcement of any specific performers who could appear in the show at this time.
What Can We Expect From the Third Season of the Owl House?
Season 2 of “The Owl House,” which is now showing, starts up immediately where Season 1 left off, and Season 3 is planned to do the same following the conclusion of Season 2 of the show.
After rescuing a cursed Eda from Belos, who is attempting to gain control of the gateway to the human world, Luz and King must face a new challenge in Season 2. Luz breaks the portal, which was her sole means of returning home, to prevent him from doing so.
She then promises her mother that she would find an alternate means of returning soon. Throughout this period, Lilith, who had previously been a staunch follower of Belos, has turned against him to spare her sister from a terrible fate.
However, while she is unable to completely cure Eda of her curse, Lilith can transfer half of it to herself, thus restoring Eda to her original state, albeit with less magic.
Season 2 of “The Owl House” is darker and more serious in tone than the first season. Belos is now re-building the gateway, while Lilith is attempting to make up for her previous faults by assisting Eda and the others in any manner she can find.
Eda and Lilith are working on their sisterly connection while simultaneously dealing with their shared curse, which necessitates the use of elixirs regularly. As a result of these developments, King learns the truth about his origins, Luz learns about other people on the Boiling Isles, and Amity's emotions for Luz — and vice versa — continue to develop.
While it's impossible to tell what this company will be up to in Season 3, one thing is almost certain: Luz, King, Eda, Lilith, and Amity will all be present, and there will undoubtedly be plenty of magical mischiefs to be had.