Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings

season 3 of Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings

Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings is a reality TV show produced by T Group Productions. The series stars Robyn Alomar, Akiel Julien, Robbie Graham-Kuntz and Phillip Lewitski. Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings first aired on Freeform on December 11, 2017. So far, there have been two seasons. The series currently has a 6.7 out of 10 IMDb rating based on 187 user votes.

Unfortunately, Freeform has officially cancelled / ended the series. There are no plans for season 3.

Regrettably, Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings has been officially cancelled by Freeform. Season two will be the final season. Freeform has yet to make plans for the next season, but we can never be sure. As of April 2024, season three has not been planned or scheduled.

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The silver lining, however, is that you can still purchase and enjoy past episodes via streaming services below.

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Series plot

Viewers get a behind-the-scenes look at the magical weddings and one-of-a-kind engagements that take place at Disney Destinations around the globe, including Walt Disney World, Disneyland, …

You may also visit Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings’s official website and IMDb page.

Age Rating

Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings is rated TV-PG, which means it contains material that parents may find unsuitable for younger children. Many parents may want to watch it with their younger children. The theme itself may call for parental guidance and/or the program may contain one or more of the following: some suggestive dialogue, infrequent coarse language, some sexual situations, or moderate violence.

Frequently asked questions

Is Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings cancelled?
Yes, Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings has been officially canceled. There will not be a season 3.

When did Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings originally come out?
Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings originally came out on Monday, December 11, 2017.

How many seasons of Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings are there?
The show has had a total of two seasons.

Details

Name: Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings
Last Season: Season 2
Status: CANCELLED
Original Premiere: December 11, 2017
Total Episodes: 17
Network: Freeform
Episode Runtime: Approx. 1 hour 3 minutes
Genres: Reality
Parental Rating: TV-PG
Region: United States

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1 COMMENT

  1. Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings are racist. There has been at least 3 interracial marriages featuring a black man and white woman, or what appears to be white, but not one including a black woman or men of other ethnic groups. In addition I haven’t seen an Asian, Arab, or Native American.

    This is stereotypical racist BS. The sad thing is they think it’s progress.

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