The following episodes of The Owl House are listed in the order of their scheduled airing. The series premiered on January 10, 2020. Disney Channel ordered a second season for the series ahead of its series premiere. Along with the premiere announcement of season two on May 17, 2021, Disney Channel officially announced the show's renewal for a third and final season, which will be comprised of three 44-minute specials.
|Season premiere||Season finale|
|Shorts||5||April 4, 2020||May 2, 2020|
|1||19||January 10, 2020||August 29, 2020|
|2||21||June 12, 2021||TBA|
Disney Channel announced that The Owl House would release a series of five short episodes known as Owl Pellets on Disney Channel's YouTube channel and on the DisneyNOW app. The shorts first premiered on April 4, 2020 with "Welcome to Hexside", although "Eda's Cursed Brush" was released first on March 25 before the official premiere.
|01||"Welcome to Hexside!"||April 4, 2020|
|King was changing channels on his crystal ball until he stops upon seeing Principal Bump in a parody of 1980s commercials. In it, he introduces the viewer to Hexside School of Magic and Demonics. He tours the viewer about his school and every time he mentions a part of the school, one of the students in the commercial gets hurt. At the end, Bump believes that every student has their ability and support to have their full potential at his school and even believes that the magic of friendship....is no longer taught there due to budget constraints.|
|02||"Eda's Cursed Brush"||April 11, 2020|
|Eda sees Luz make a drawing of herself, Eda and King. Eda asks what she used to draw it. Luz explains she can draw with everything with just enough practice. She demonstrates this by drawing an owl on her palm with Eda's lipstick, drawing bats on a napkin with chalk and making a Good Witch Azura pancake. Eda then clarifies that she was asking because she lost a cursed pencil and can't find it. Suddenly, the first drawing of Luz, Eda and King comes alive and starts wreaking havoc. Luz says that maybe she shouldn't draw with everything after all, to which Eda replies she'll get the paper shredder.|
|03||"Paint Scare!"||April 18, 2020|
|King sees Luz drawing a background picture in the woods and asks how she's good at it. She's about to explain when she sees a shadowy monster on the painting, but does not recall seeing it before. She looks away, only to see the monster coming closer. Then King sees the monster holding up a sign that says "I'm right behind you." Luz and King scream. Later, while they're hiding under Luz's blanket, Luz says it might be better to paint when you're in the safety of your own home. It's then revealed that the scene is actually being painted by the shadow monster.|
|04||"Art Lessons with Luz"||April 25, 2020|
|King asks Luz how good she is at drawing to which Luz explains she uses a trick by using simple shapes. For example, when she draws King, she uses triangles and circles while using a tube and a circle to draw Hooty. Suddenly, Hooty appears and attacks his sketch, believing it to be an invader of his territory. Luz and King manage to calm him down, but later catch him talking to life-sized drawings of the two of them. Hooty sees them and freaks out.|
|05||"Coven Lovin Soap Opera"||May 2, 2020|
|Luz watches a soap opera on the crystal ball to which King expresses his disgust and leaves. The plot of the soap opera involves a witch having an affair with two handsome monsters. Just then, the witch's near dead mother appears and is about to tell a secret when she dies. Just before the ending can explain everything, the crystal ball's signal suddenly cuts off, much to King's disappointment, who was watching the show in secret. Luz cheers him up by explaining fan fiction.|
Season One (2020)
|01||01||"A Lying Witch and a Warden"||January 10, 2020||101|
|Luz is a creative and expressive girl, but this causes trouble at her school. So to help her be more normal, her mother Camilla sends her to a summer camp. While she waits for the bus to take her there, a little owl takes her book and leads her to another world called the Boiling Isles. Luz then meets Eda the Owl Lady, the self-proclaimed powerful witch in the isles, who also sells human oddities. After escaping the authorities, Eda takes Luz to the Owl House, where she and a little furry creature named King live. Knowing that she is a human, Eda and King ask Luz to help them get his crown. Which is kept in the Conformitorium and only a human can enter. They break in and Luz was able to get the crown, which turned out to be a kid's meal crown. Before Eda can send Luz back to the human world, they get capture by Warden Wrath who then unexpectedly asks Eda out on a date. Eda rejects Wrath and fights him with King while telling Luz to leave. Luz then comes back, releases the inmates and helps Eda defeat Wrath. After returning to the Owl House, Eda opens the portal and Luz can return home, but Luz feeling she does not belong there decides to stay and be Eda's apprentice. Eda accepts, on the condition that Luz has to work for her.|
|02||02||"Witches Before Wizards"||January 17, 2020||102|
|Luz prepares herself to be a witch's apprentice, but is disappointed when a very indifferent Eda shows up to give her a simple task of delivering her potions to various customers. King goes with her as Luz is quick to learn that Bonesborough, the city on the Boiling Isles, is full of rather nasty creatures who do not care for her human background. Luz and King come across a brightly lit castle that is home to a kindly wizard named Adegast who believes that Luz is the "Chosen One" who must retrieve the Celestial Staff. When Luz shows off the map given to her by Adegast to Eda and King, they laugh at her. She leaves on her own for the quest just as Eda and King become suspicious and learn that the whole quest is a ruse. Luz goes on her quest making allies while Eda and King follow behind. Eventually, Adegast reveals that he is a horrible creature who is after Eda and that all of Luz's allies were empty puppets. He tries to coerce Luz into having her fantasy, but she breaks free with Eda and King helping her. Adegast is defeated and Eda eats him. Afterwards, Eda tells Luz that she must make her own destiny and shows her the beauty of the Boiling Isles.|
|03||03||"I Was a Teenage Abomination"||January 24, 2020||103|
|To avoid digging through a giant slug carcass, Luz goes out to the woods to find a witch-in-training named Willow being bullied by the top student, Amity Blight, for her poorly made abomination. After getting caught by one of Willow's vines, Luz suggests that she can be Willow's abomination, so she can get in the magic school. Willow accepts and takes her to the school where they meet Agustus the president of the Human Appreciation Society and Willow's friend, and the abomination teacher gives Willow an A+ and the top student badge for her "abomination". Amity, furious over her loss of her badge, reports to Principal Bump, who becomes intrigued by Luz and wants Willow to dissect her. With Gus' help, Luz and Willow run away, but Bump traps them in the school and sends abominations after them. Willow, using a seed Luz had in her pocket, uses vines to help Luz escape. Luz then returns to Eda and apologizes for leaving and comes to appreciate her as her mentor. Willow and Gus then come to tell her that Willow's moved to the plant track for her skills with plants and that Luz is banned from the school, but Luz is okay with it. Meanwhile, King makes a bet with Eda, saying he makes a better teacher than her. Eda accepts, knowing she'll win like she always does. As King trains a slug, Eda discovers Luz at that the magic school and is upset over it. King then gets attacked by the slug and Eda comes in to save him. Together they beat the slug, just in time for Luz to come back.|
|04||04||"The Intruder"||January 31, 2020||104|
|King tries to teach Luz about demons, but when a boiling rainstorm rolls into town Luz takes the opportunity to get Eda to teach her some magic. Tired and wanting her light-up pen, Eda teaches Luz how to create light, which causes her to pass out. King, wanting to get Luz's attention, steals Eda's potion that gives her powers and gives it to Luz. Then, jumping from the lighting, Luz drops the potion and breaks it. The lights went out and a demon called the Snaggleback breaks into the house. King later finds that the Snaggleback is just a weak pink ape in a turtle shell and the creature is actually Eda. He and Luz realize that the potion doesn't give Eda her powers but prevents her owl-creature curse. Luz discovers that she can draw the light spell and uses to get Eda back to normal. Eda explains that she was cursed when she was young and has to drink the potion to prevent it, the curse is why people call her the Owl Lady. She later has a brief nightmare of a shadowy figure who cursed her, and wakes up before she can get answers.|
|05||05||"Covention"||February 7, 2020||105|
|After finding out that there's a witches convention, Luz wants to go to check out the covens. Eda does not want to go, but when King reads Luz's book she agrees to go to make the reading stop. During the convention Luz challenges Amity to a witches duel to get her to apologize to King, while Amity wants Luz to give up magic if she wins. Eda runs into her sister, Lilith the leader of the Emperor's Coven, and they bet that they can better teachers through the two girls. At the duel, Eda helps Luz cheat by planting magical minefields around the arena. But Amity figures it out and was about to be declared the winner, but Eda discovers that Amity was cheating too against her own knowledge due to something Lilith slipped onto her. Eda and Lilith then have their duel, in the end though Eda escapes. After talking with Luz and reaching an understanding with her, Amity calls off the binding circle to let her continue learning magic. Lilith gets a call from Kikimora, the Emperor's assistant, who reminds her that she needs to capture Eda in order to receive her reward. Lilith promises she will.|
|06||06||"Hooty's Moving Hassle"||February 21, 2020||106|
|Eda realizes that she is out of elixir and needs to restock, but her supplier Morton is out of it. She is told that a supplier named Tibbles Grimhammer at the Night Market might carry some and makes plans to go out with King to get more. Meanwhile, Luz discovers that Willow and Gus were uninvited to a Moonlight Conjuring by Amity and her friends, and she agrees to bring them to the Owl House to have their own, despite Eda telling her not to. The three of them end up having the house grow legs, and they learn to control it when they hold hands. Eda and King meet Tibbles who has the elixir, but it is expensive and Eda challenges him to Hexes Hold'em for the elixir. However, Eda loses and Tibbles reveals that he plans to hand Eda to the Emperor's Coven and keep King as a servant. The kids head to Amity to show her up, but a team of demon hunters grab the house and toss the kids over a cliff. Willow apologizes to Luz by admitting that she used to be friends with Amity and wanted to prove her worth. The kids manage to escape and defeat the hunters while also rescuing Eda and King who get the elixir and destroy Tibbles' stand. Eda confronts Luz on her actions and has her and her friends clean the house while also remarking on her powers. Meanwhile, Amity and her friends, who were unable to conjure anything, check their "penstagram" and learn of Luz's adventure.|
|07||07||"Lost in Language"||February 28, 2020||107|
|While Eda and King babysit the children of the Bat Queen, Luz goes to the library to return Eda's overdue books. As she explores, she finds Amity reading to kids and thinks she can befriend her. Luz also meets Amity's older siblings, Emira and Edric, who take a liking to her and invite her for some "fun" in the library. After messing around in the library, Amity tells on them, and they get kicked out. Emira and Edric then invite Luz to break in the library with them during the Wailing Star shower. The break in as the star flies over the library, and its magic brings the books contents to live. After some fun, they break into Amity's secret room to look for her diary, so they can post it at school as payback for being a tattle-tale. Luz does not want to do that, but unintentionally finds it and some of it's pages fall out. Amity catches them in the act and calls Luz a bully, making Luz feel terrible. After telling Emira and Edric that she's gonna find Amity to apologize, she finds her, and they have to fight against an altered version of a beloved children's character. They fix it and the stars magic wares off. Luz lets Amity borrow the fifth Azura book as a way to say sorry and to be friends with her, Amity reluctantly accepts. Luz returns to find Eda, King, and the bat kids asleep as the Bat Queen comes in to pick up her kids. She gives them a treasure chest and a skull whistle for their troubles and leaves. Luz then gives Eda an empty-nester book, seeing that she and King were sad to hear them leave.|
|08||08||"Once Upon a Swap"||March 6, 2020||115|
|Luz wishes she could be like Eda and magic her problems away, King wants to be like Luz because of teenagers' domineering lifestyle and Eda thinks that King has an easy life by being adorable. They resolve to spend the day body swapped with the loser having to clean Hooty, who is notoriously filthy. Eda as King enjoys being given free things, but finds herself taken in by two elderly cat café owners, Roselle and Dottie. Eda then finds herself being held prisoner. King as Luz confronts Boscha and convinces her friends to run amok all over town. Afterwards, Boscha challenges King to a race that results in their hangout getting destroyed. They chase King into the café where he too is held prisoner. Luz as Eda begins to make a fortune selling human items, but gets arrested. Lilith comes and tries to convince her to join the Emperor's Coven, which Eda apparently wanted, but she escapes and runs into Eda and King. Surrounded by the all the people chasing them, Eda swaps their bodies back and then swaps all of their pursuers. They return home, having learned their lesson, but Luz ends up with cleaning duty.|
|09||09||"Something Ventured, Someone Framed"||March 13, 2020||109|
|When a new member of the Human Appreciation Society named Mattholomule challenges Gus' leadership, Gus decides to invite Luz to the meeting, and lies about her ban being lifted. The school is now enforced by trouble-smelling creatures working as security guards who throw troublemakers into detention following Luz' last visit. Upset that Luz still wants to go, Eda caves in and approaches Principal Bump about enrolling her into Hexside. He agrees, on the condition that she fix every prank she pulled when she attended the school. Mattholomule is furious over Luz arriving and after feigning regrets over his actions, has Luz taken to detention. Gus then sends himself and Mattholomule to detention as well where it's revealed to be a giant pit with worm creatures that entrap students in brainwashing bubbles to make them good. Luz and Gus escape with Mattholomule just in time to run into Bump and Eda. After calling off the worm creatures, Bump kicks out Luz. Gus takes the blame, and he is removed from the H.A.S. as president and member altogether. And with Luz also kicked out of the club, Mattholomule becomes the new president, seeing as he's "still alive." Eda tells Luz that she's allowing her into Hexside because she knows that she's smart enough to make her own decisions as well as Bump agreeing not to tell the Emperor's Coven about their deal. In the final scene, Luz reads every mischief that Eda did as she mentions that Bump was right about her.|
|10||10||"Escape of the Palisman"||March 20, 2020||108|
|When Eda begins to feel the effects of her curse, she decides to take a rest. Luz meets up with Willow and Gus to see a grudgby match between Hexside and Glandus. They miss the bus, so Luz decides to use Eda's staff. They fly and end up crashing into a tree, resulting in Owlbert cracking his head and running from Luz. The kids run into the Bat Queen who is protecting Owlbert and gives Luz a series of trials to win Owlbert's trust back. King discovers that Eda is in her cursed form, but is more docile. He decides to use her to get revenge on the children at the park, but this alerts animal control who take Eda away. He tries to use the elixir on her, but it has no effect. Knowing it's Eda's favorite thing for him to do, he squeals and it turns Eda back to normal. After completing the tasks, the Bat Queen refuses to give up Owlbert. Luz discovers that the Bat Queen was a palisman to a giant and has been protecting other palismans. Realizing that Owlbert trusts Luz now, she lets him go back to her. As everyone heads home, Eda realizes that the elixir is not working well enough.|
|11||11||"Sense and Insensitivity"||July 11, 2020||111|
|The Book Fair has come to Bonesborough and Luz is excited. When she discovers that a book writing contest is being held, she decides to enter it with King joining. Meanwhile, Eda discovers that Lilith is searching for the Bloom of Eternal Youth for the Emperor. When she calls Eda a "frail old bitty", Eda gets a map from the market owner to prove her wrong. Luz tries writing a romantic fantasy while King just wants to add violence. King takes over the book and refuses to listen to Luz's ideas. A publisher named Piniet reads his manuscript and makes King famous overnight. When King has to write his second book however, Piniet tells him it is not good. He attempts to get Luz to help him, but she is instead offended at being used. Piniet kidnaps her and forces them to write the book or else they will be crushed into a cube like his previous clients. King finally learns to compromise with Luz, and they manage to escape after burning his contract and when Tiny Nose arrives with her manuscript that reduces Piniet to tears. Eda and Lilith race to the Bloom only to discover that it was a trap by the market seller. They instead mock him and beat him up with Eda politely turning down Lilith's offer to join the Emperor and Lilith apologizes for her insult.|
|12||12||"Adventures in the Elements"||July 18, 2020||110|
|Luz is excited to be joining Hexside Academy with her friends. While getting her Azura book back from Amity, she informs her that in order to share the same classes with her, she needs to know at least two spells, otherwise she will be put in the baby class. Luz convinces Eda to teach her a second spell, and she takes her to The Knee, a snowy tundra on the Boiling Isles, to train. To Luz's shock, Amity is there as well-being trained by Emira and Edric, who are making up for the library incident. Meanwhile, King uses a life giving potion to create an army with his stuffed dolls. They turn on him, and he ends up recruiting Hooty to destroy them after drawing a body for him on his door. Dissatisfied with Eda's teaching style and wanting to impress Amity and her siblings, Luz decides to steal Amity's wand to teach herself fire magic. She ends up angering the Slitherbeast, a yeti-like creature, who kidnaps Eda, Emira and Edric. Amity, upset that Luz used up the power in her wand, puts her in a cage to protect her while she rescues them. Luz suddenly has an epiphany and learns ice magic by creating a block to escape. She catches up and uses her new powers to knock over the Slitherbeast while Eda puts the monster to sleep. Luz apologizes to Amity and she forgives her.|
|13||13||"The First Day"||July 25, 2020||113|
|Luz attends her first day at Hexside, much to her enjoyment. However, she has trouble deciding what track to enroll in, so an annoyed Principal Bump places her in the potions track. When she tries to perform oracle magic, she is placed in the detention track where the original detention hall is still being repaired following the incident. Meanwhile, King follows Luz to school and takes over a class; teaching kids useless facts. As Luz manages to get Willow and Gus to help her escape detention, she learns that her classmates Viney, Jorbo, and Barkus have a secret shortcuts room established by "Lord Calamity" that they go to so that they can listen in on other covens and learn mixed magic. Viney was placed in the detention track for mixing healing and beast-keeping, Jorbo was placed there for mixing plant magic with abomination magic, and Barkus was placed there for mixing potion and oracle magic. They become offended when they learn that Luz said that she was better than them and makes her leave. As Bump tries to impress the inspector of the Emperor's coven, the inspector turns out to be a Greater Basilisk which drains magic from everyone, weakening them like it did with the other schools. Luz rushes back to the detentioners and asks for their help. Using their mixed magic skills, they defeat the Basilisk and return all their magic. Luz talks some sense into Bump who concedes and allows the students to learn mixed magic. Luz gains a mixed track colors as she wants to learn everything. Bump reveals that the only other student who wanted to learn everything was Eda, but never got the chance to do it. While planning to file a complaint to the Emperor's Coven who denied any knowledge of the Greater Basilisk posing as their inspector, Bump discovers King posing as a teacher and chases him out with a broom.|
|14||14||"Really Small Problems"||August 1, 2020||112|
|After Hexside gets closed for a pixie infestation, Luz, Eda, and King decide to go to the carnival, with Eda seeing it as a good time to sell her human merchandise. Luz and King decide to win a friendship necklace at the carnival, but Luz is distracted when she meets Willow and Gus and starts playing with them more, leaving out King. But he gains a sprayer of mysterious potion from Tibbles Grimhammer, and he ends up shrinking Gus and Willow. They ride a fly and just as King and Luz win the friendship necklace, they bring Luz to a Hall of Mirrors where she finds Gus and Willow. She confronts King in the Hall of Mirrors, and they both end up shrinking as well. Grimhammer abducts the four of them and brings them to his 'Tent of Tiny Terrors' to feed them to five shrunken monsters as revenge for them destroying his stand. King manages to reverse his potion's effects by tricking him into undoing the shrinking spell, and they all have the monsters chase him away. Meanwhile, Eda ends up arrested by the 'Fun Police' and is bribed by another scammer into helping with his scams under threat of turning her into the authorities. But she later turns up her own profit.|
|15||15||"Understanding Willow"||August 1, 2020||114|
|In photo class, Luz and Willow extract some of Willow's memories as photos, but the picture of her and Amity in class ends up scaring Amity into burning it, but she unintentionally burns her all of her memories along with them, affecting Willow's head as a result. Luz and Amity bring Willow to the Owl House where Eda casts a spell to bring them into Willow's mind to fix the damage. They do well for a while until they encounter a purple flaming monster whom they discover is Willow's inner mind enraged by Amity's actions. She shows them a memory Amity had been avoiding in which Amity ended their friendship because she saw her as weak. But Amity reveals the truth: Her parents had forbidden her from being friends with Willow any longer by threatening to ensure she never goes to Hexside with her. This quells Inner Willow's rage and completely restores her memories, with Amity unsure if they should be friends again. Meanwhile, Gus tries to write a report for journalism class but cannot find a good person. Eda and King compete for this, but in the end, Gus chooses Hooty because he concludes that only the Owl House itself can create interesting people like Eda and King.|
|16||16||"Enchanting Grom Fright"||August 8, 2020||116|
|While teaching herself plant magic, Luz discovers that Hexside has its own version of Prom called Grom with the Grom Queen going to Amity, who is upset at this news. Luz learns that on Grom, one student is chosen to face Grometheus, a fear demon, from wrecking havoc on the town. After Principal Bump rejects Amity's request to abandon the title, Luz steps up and decides to replace her, claiming that her fear is being looked down upon by Eda. Eda herself feels that Luz is too fragile to handle the situation and agrees to go to watch over her. Meanwhile, Gus invites King to be his co-emcee at Grom, but he is revealed to have stage fright. Once at Grom, Luz begins battling the fear demon. While she holds it off at first, it takes on her actual biggest fear: her mother discovering her secret of witch training. As she runs from the school, King overcomes his fear and directs the students toward the fight. Amity steps in to help Luz and her biggest fear is revealed to be rejection from an unknown recipient (privately revealed to be Luz). Luz and Amity defeat the fear demon together and are carried away by the school as heroes alongside King. Afterwards, Luz, who has been avoiding texting her mother, texts her back confirming that she is okay. When her mother tells her that she loves her "letters", Luz thinks she is talking about her texts, only to be revealed that her mother is getting letters signed by someone claiming to be Luz.|
|17||17||"Wing It Like Witches"||August 15, 2020||118|
|Willow suddenly has a confidence boost that earns the support of her classmates. This does not sit well with Boscha, the Grudgby team captain, who still looks down on Willow and picks on her. Luz and Gus try to defend her against Boscha's hazing, but find themselves also getting attacked. Realizing she needs to literally beat her at her own game, Luz challenges Boscha to a Grudgby game on Willow's behalf. Luz extends help to Amity, who has apparently grown smitten with Luz, but she turns her down out of embarrassment. Meanwhile, Lilith arrives at the Owl House to take Eda to the Emperor. In response, Eda says she will go if they play a Grudgby match together. Ultimately, Eda wins, but sympathetically gives her ring to Lilith telling her to tell him that she put up a fight. Luz pushes Willow and Gus in training, resulting in them getting tired. Amity reveals to Luz that she used to be team captain, but hurt her fellow players and quit. Luz decides to forfeit to Boscha, but when she begins attacking her, Amity recruits Willow back and have a proper Grudgby game. Luz and Willow perform a dangerous move and supposedly win, but Boscha's team ends up winning after catching a gold bug needed to end the game. Luz is upset at this, but Boscha's teammates congratulate Willow for the fun game, flustering Boscha. Luz notices that Amity is injured and carries her, which once again makes Amity blush, and the friends have a sports montage.|
|18||18||"Agony of a Witch"||August 22, 2020||119|
|Lilith makes another attempt at capturing Eda, but fails due to Hooty. Luz discovers that Eda's brooch is getting darker and that she needs more of her elixir in order to restrain her curse. She tells Luz not to worry and sends her off to school. Luz learns that they are taking a field trip to the Emperor's Castle. At first, she does not want to go, but changes her mind when she learns that the castle has relics including a healing hat. While on the tour, the students witness the arrival of Lilith and Luz sneaks off to see that she answers directly to Emperor Belos who threatens expulsion if she does not capture Eda. Willow and Gus learn of Luz's plan and help her break into the relics room. They are found by Lilith who destroys the healing hat and holds Luz hostage; sending Willow and Gus to retrieve Eda. Eda and Lilith have a fight with Luz trapped in a bubble, during which Lilith accidentally reveals that she was the one who cursed Eda. With Luz's life on the line, Eda uses up her magic which breaks the bond on her brooch and causes her to transform fully into her monster form. Lilith takes Eda away to Belos and Luz walks back to the Owl House, sad and defeated.|
|19||19||"Young Blood, Old Souls"||August 29, 2020||120|
|Luz prepares herself to rescue Eda with King joining her. King claims that magic was once wild, but that Emperor Belos arrived and claimed that he could "speak to the island" and created the covens, resulting in him becoming the most powerful magic-user. Witches who do not choose a coven are taken and petrified permanently. Belos tells Lilith that petrification will be Eda's punishment as well and he has no intention to heal her curse. Luz and King purposefully get caught so that they can get into the castle. Luz finds Eda and manages to restore her mind while in her owl monster form. Eda tells her that Belos wants the portal to the human world and that she needs to head home and destroy it. As she is taken away, Luz fights with Lilith and both end up in the human world. Lilith admits that cursing Eda was a mistake. She thought the curse would last a day because she wanted to weaken Eda during a witch's duel for joining the Emperor's Coven, although Eda was willing to give it up for her. As they head back together to save Eda, they are caught by Belos who has Lilith and King sent to Eda while Luz fights him. Meanwhile Willow and Gus lead the citizens in cheering for Eda's release. Overpowered by Belos, Luz is given the choice of giving up the portal to the human world or have Eda suffer. Luz gives up the portal, but burns it upon leaving. Luz, King, and Lilith manage to rescue Eda and escape as Belos begrudgingly informs the citizens that Eda will be spared. Lilith uses her magic to share Eda's curse, resulting in Eda returning to normal, but both her and Lilith's magic having weakened to being unusable. Afterwards, Luz makes a video message to her mother about her adventures, promising that she will find a way back home. Belos sends a spy to the Owl House and uses what was left of the portal to start building a larger one, combining with technology.|
Season Two (2021)
|20||01||"Separate Tides"||June 12, 2021||201|
|Luz feels guilty about Eda and Lilith's predicament, so decides to earn some money by joining an ocean crew to hunt for a Selkidomus, along with King. King discovers that the ship belongs to the Emperor's Coven and is captured by the Golden Guard. A thief steals the monetary reward for capturing the Selkidomus. Luz gives chase, discovering that Eda is the thief, but also knocking the money into the sea. The Golden Guard reveals himself, demanding that the two kill the Selkidomus, or else he will harm King. Eda convinces Luz to stop blaming herself for recent events, explaining how her life is better with Luz in it. After learning the Selkidomus has a child, they fake killing the creature and the Golden Guard leaves. The Selkidomus rewards the two with valuable selkigris. Meanwhile, Lilith wants to make things up to Eda by creating a scrying potion for her. She acquires one of the ingredients, fire bee honey, with Hooty's help, and the two form a friendship. When Luz, Eda, and King return, Lilith completes the potion, allowing them to spy into Emperor Belos' castle. Although they don't watch it, the potion shows Belos continuing to rebuilding the portal.|
|21||02||"Escaping Expulsion"||June 19, 2021||202|
|Luz returns to school and reunites with Amity, Willow, and a pubertal Gus, but she and the last two are suddenly expelled from Hexside by Principal Bump at the request of Odalia and Alador Blight for distracting their daughter. With Willow and Gus being punished by their parents, Luz decides to strike a dangerous deal with Odalia and Alador for her and her friends to go back to school: demonstrate their abomination-based products while putting herself in danger. Amity, Willow, and Gus break into Blight Industries to save Luz and Amity convinces her mother to reluctantly allow her true friends back at Hexside. Alador agrees noting that his daughter is getting stronger while Eda and Lilith spend the rest of their day training Luz's glyph lessons. However, Eda's haste to skip the basics and try glyph combos causes one of her attempts to grow icicles that encase King and require Lilith's help. Successfully, Lilith and Eda learn how to combine different glyphs and cast new spells properly, earning both of them extra credit from a tired Luz.|
|22||03||"Echoes of the Past"||June 26, 2021||203|
|King's delusions of grandeur lead Luz, Lilith and Hooty to a dangerous new island.|
|23||04||"Keeping Up A-fear-ances"||July 3, 2021||204|
|Eda gets an unwelcome visit from a family member who puts a strain on everyone in the Owl House.|
|24||05||"Through the Looking Glass Ruins"||July 10, 2021||205|
|Gus tries to impress a group of cool kids from Glandus High, while Luz and Amity journey into the most dangerous section of the library.|
|25||06||"Hunting Palismen"||July 17, 2021||206|
|It's Palisman Pairing Day at Hexside, but Luz doesn’t match with a Palisman of her own and soon finds herself on an unexpected journey with a foe.|
|26||07||"Eda's Requiem"||July 24, 2021||207|
|A special witch from Eda's past enlists her in a rebellion against the Emperor.|
|27||08||"Knock, Knock, Knockin' on Hooty's Door"||July 30, 2021||209|
|Hooty tries to help King, Eda and Luz with their problems, but it doesn't go as planned.|
- The first letters of each episode title spells out a sentence.
- The first sentence from season one reads "A WITCH LOSES A TRUE WAY", in reference to the season one finale where Luz loses her "true way" home.
- The second sentence from season two currently reads "SEEK THE K...".
- Every episode also features a coded message in the background.
- The season one message reads "Two Witches Torn Apart Now Alone Two Hearts Of Stone A Curse Of Feathers And Mud A Betrayal Of Blood". This message directly references Eda and Lillith's relationship.
- The second season message currently reads "Seething Seas...".
- "Disney Renews The Owl House for Season 3, Reveals Premiere Date for Season 2". ComicBook.com. Retrieved on May 17, 2021.
- "Dana Terrace post". Twitter. Retrieved on May 17, 2021.