Disney Shows and Movies Not to Miss

Disney+ debuted in November with 24 Million subscribers, Almost a quarter of Netflix’s 60 million subscribers and right around Hulu’s 25 million subscribers. You can currently sign up for Disney’s streaming service in North America, the Netherlands, Australia, and New Zealand. On March 31, 2020, you can sign up in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain. Disney’s streaming service is starting at 6.99, but you can also bundle Disney with Espn and Hulu for 12.99.

With Disney having the rights for ABC, Marvel, Pixar, and The History Channel show and movies, there will be plenty of content for everyone in the family. Here is a list of movies and television shows that are currently streaming on Disney’s streaming service that have been rated highly by audience viewers:

1. Star Wars: Clone Wars
This animated series aired from 2008-2014 and revolves around the Jedi Knights fighting against the army of the Separatists.

2. Marvel’s Hero Project
A Disney original that premiered on November 12, 2019. The series tells the story of 20 real-life kids who are making a difference in their communities.

3. Togo
Togo was released in December of 2019 and tells the real-life story Leonhard Seppala and his lead sled dog Togo. The team of 150 sled dogs and Leonhard Seppala made a 674-mile journey in the year 1925 in order to deliver a container of antitoxins for a diphtheria outbreak.

4. The Imagineering Story
A documentary that gives viewers a look at the history and creation of Walt-Disney theme parks around the world.

5. The Simpsons
The Simpson prime-time’s longest-running scripted TV series will now be available on Disney’s streaming service. The Simpsons is an American animated cartoon series that tells the story of Homer, his family, and the Springfield community as everyone goes about regular life.

6. Life Below Zero
Life below zero allows viewers to glimpse into the life of people who live in the most remote areas of Alaska. With temperatures sometimes reaching as low as -60 F life can become a struggle.

7. The World According to Jeff Goldblum
The world according to Jeff Goldblum is a new series that allows viewers to see everyday things like ice cream through the unique mind of Jeff Goldblum.

8. Gordan Ramsay Uncharted
Gordan Ramsay travels around the world in this series meeting with indigenous people to learn about their culture and the food they eat.

9. Forky Asks a Question
Forky Ask a question is an American animated series that follows the Toy story 4 character Forky as he asks his friends different questions about life.

10. Mandalorian
Mandalorian is a Star Wars spin off that revolves around a lone Mandalorian bounty hunter in the outer reaches of space.

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