The animated series will conclude with a shortened run.
July 15, 2021
Disney Channel's The Owl House will be coming to an end after its third season. The animated fantasy-comedy was quietly picked up for Season 3 back in May, and creator Dana Terrace later clarified that it will be its last.
Responding to a fan on Twitter, Terrace not only confirmed that the show will be ending, but also that the shortened order it received was less than she expected. Per reports, Season 3 of The Owl House will consist of three 44-minute specials.
For now though, fans still have more Owl House to look forward to. The first half of Season 2 is currently airing on Saturdays through mid-August. The second half will then return with 11 more episodes at a date yet-to-be-determined.
The third and final season of The Owl House will likely air in 2022.
09/15/21 at 03:39pm
Honestly I really think Disney is just being and absolute coward the fact that Lumity became canon is really striking them to being homophobic but also since Lumity became canon it made me and many other people happy but all I gotta say is that Disney is being a huge coward.
09/09/21 at 11:42am
It is a shame to see it go, it was a really nice show and I wish people watched this more. Maybe we can hope for shorts? Maybe even a revival after pandemic? My guess is they didnt have enough budget, and even though it was really popular it didnt have enough money. Maybe when Disney reopens when there isnt a virus we get atleast shorts.
09/09/21 at 11:39am
Jesus guys, Disney isnt being homophobic you guys are just over reacting. Do you realize how hard it is to make a 2 season show on 24 fps? 24 FRAMES PER SECOND. How is disney even being homophobic? Just because youre not grtting what you want doesnt mean you make an excuse to throw a tantrum, you guys are really dumb and stupid for beleiving this. Lemme guess you guys think DreamGender is a thing, and they're being oppressed. You guys are just a bunch of 12 year olds not thinking about the whole picture and being stupid enough to believe anything.
09/06/21 at 02:28pm
I stumbled across The Owl House 3 days ago and just finished binge-watching the first two seasons. Loved it! Heartwarming, funny and clever. I especially liked Eda's sardonic and sarcastic humor. I wish the show had not been cancelled.
09/06/21 at 01:29pm
it's such a shame this show came to such a short ending, I would love for more episodes other than 3 special's, this was my favorite show for awhile and it pains me to see it go, the animation, the drawings, the plot, is everything and even though it ended so quickly I'm still going to keep watching it because I love the characters and everything about this show and yet it's still hard not being able to see more than what we got at least we got something it could've ended at season 2 for all disney cares, so we should be thankful that we get more owl house and love it while it lasts.
08/26/21 at 05:44pm
Aethn, while Brenda certainly over reacted, why are you looking at this if you don't think it deserves more? Plus it was ending on Season 3 anyway, why cut the run time, plus they never gave an official reason. Well I don't think that it's from homophobia, it's a pattern we've seen in Disney and other corporations. Also what Disney queer characters are you talking about? Also alphabet seems a bit dehumanizing to the LGBTQA+ community, don't you think?
08/26/21 at 08:28am
The owl house was on popular section for a while, so I think that Disney just decided that this was just not the 'ideal show they wanted to produce. One of the only shows with a actual plot unlike big city greens or amphibia, who streamed to the end when they ran out of ideas. I think Disney has clout against the owl house, no doubt in my opinion
08/22/21 at 09:06am
I really hate that the owl house is ending after season 3. I wish it could be renewed for season 4
08/20/21 at 04:52am
I just wanna say this probably isn't the only reason, disney in my opinion is being homophobic as soon as lumity became canon. They don't care if the show was popular, they don't want to represent anyone.
07/22/21 at 00:07am
Nice Meltdown Brenda Anderson -- The reason it was cancelled is no one was watching it. It was one of Disney+ lowest viewed shows. Claiming Disney is non-Alphabet friendly is laughable, since every Disney show has more Alphabet characters on them then a Ryan Murphy Christmas Special.
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