Star vs. the Forces of Evil
Star vs. the Forces of Evil is American Comedy TV series. Created by Daron Nefcy. Produced by Daron Nefcy Productions. Stars: Eden Sher, Adam McArthur, Grey DeLisle. It first aired on Jan 18, 2015, on Disney XD. IMDb's user rating for the series is 8.1 *. Won the BTVA People's Choice Voice Acting Award, Daytime Emmy.
How Many Seasons Of Star vs. the Forces of Evil Is There: 4 (109 episodes)
|Season 5|| |
|Season 4|| |
Season premieres on March 10, 2019
Disney XD, 16 episodes
|Season 3|| |
Season premieres on November 6, 2017
Returns: March 3, 2018
Disney XD, 30 episodes
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2016, Disney XD, 42 episodes
|Season 1|| |
2015, Disney XD, 24 episodes
Star vs. the Forces of Evil is on Disney XD (United States) Sundays at 6 pm
Season 4 Episode 11 (Out of Business) - Air Date: Mar 31, 2019 (5 months ago)
Star vs. the Forces of Evil Ending With Season 4 | ScreenRant - Screen Rant - by Screenrant
The show has a lot to cover in one season in order to give fans the fulfilling ending they're hoping for. Star's journey from a mischievous, oddball with no interest in being a princess, to a conscientious and powerful leader trying to break down class barriers and facilitate reparations to mistreated communities runs akin to other gradually maturing magical heroes like Harry Potter. Rather than becoming queen herself, she may aim to replace Mewni's traditional monarchy with a meritocratic governing body made of other characters seen throughout the kingdom. Of course, whether or not 'Starco' finally happens, remains to be seen as well. But before all is revealed, a weird and wild conclusion is definitely on the way.
Disney XD gets a male princess in Star vs. the Forces of Evil - EW.com - per Ew
On a recent episode of Star vs. The Forces of Evil, the character of Marco Diaz (voiced by Adam McArthur) disguised himself as Princess Turdina to help save the students at St. Olga’s Reform School for Wayward Princesses from Ms. Heinous, the wicked headmistress.
Eden Sher Voices Disney's First Kick-Butt Princess for Star vs. the Forces of Evil - Huffington Post - per Huffingtonpost
"That's why I always have to try and keep myself in check," this 24 year-old actress admitted during a recent phone interview. "Otherwise -- whenever anyone asks me what I'm working on now -- my automatic response is that it's 'THE BEST THING EVER!'"
Disney Debuts 'First Boy Princess' in 'Star vs. the Forces of Evil' - according to Pjmedia
I’m sorry, but what the heck has happened to cartoons? Not only are they hideously ugly to look at and filled with vulgar humor, but they all seem to be spewing some sort of leftist ideology. I mean, seriously, what’s wrong with slipping on banana peels and having anvils fall on your head? Is that not funny anymore? Why does everything have to have a sanctimonious message?