20 Shows To Look Out For On Disney+

The House Of Mouse’s streaming service holds nothing back.

When Daredevil, Luke Cage, and the rest of the Defenders line left Netflix, people knew that Disney would rather make their own platform for their own properties. And so a few months after, Disney officially announced their Disney+ platform and since then we have learned of a number of exclusive shows that will be coming to the platform. Including the Monsters Inc show we reported yesterday, here are other exclusive shows you should look out for when Disney+ launches.

More Stories From A Galaxy Far Far Away

The first major one is the Star Wars franchise’s first foray into live-action TV shows, with The Mandalorian. Starring Pedro Pascal, aka Oberyn Martell from Game Of Thrones, as the titular Mandalorian, the same race of people that Boba and Jango Fett belong to. The series will take place after the events of Return of The Jedi, and will be written and produced by Jon Favreau.

Other Star Wars related works will include a Rogue One spin-off, which will have Diego Luna reprise his role as Captain Cassian Andor, and a continuation of the Clone Wars TV series, which never had it’s final season made. 

Marvellous Spin-Offs

Marvel, as aforementioned, will also be joining Disney+ in big ways. Besides bringing all the use-to-be Netflix exclusives to the platform, they’ll also bring some of their silver screen heroes to the service. This includes a Loki series, a Scarlet Witch and Vision show, a Winter Soldier and Falcon series, and lastly, a Hawkeye-focused show that will have his successor Kate Bishop take center stage. All of these series will have their original actors, like Elizabeth Olsen and Jeremy Renner, coming back to reprise their roles.

Wonderful World Of Disney

When it comes to Disney’s own properties, there will be a Lady and The Tramp remake starring Tessa Thompson and Justin Theroux. It will most likely be a CGI and live action mashup, similar to the recent Dumbo remake. There’s also news of remakes of Peter Pan, The Sword In The Stone, Honey I Shrunk The Kids, and a whole lot more made exclusive to Disney+.


There’s also a number of exclusive original series coming to the service, more in line with what you’ll find on the Disney Channel. First there’s Book Of Enchantments, a series starring Disney’s cast of villains, a new series about The Mighty Ducks, a Muppets reboot, and of course, High School Musical: The Musical, which is a reimagining of the highly popular trilogy of musicals.


A Touch Of Realness

Lastly, there will be a whole slew of non-fiction works, namely documentaries and the like. There’s Ink & Paint, a documentary series focusing on the female animators in Disney’s history, Be Our Chef, a Disney-themed cooking show, Marvel's Hero Project, which shines the light on kids who are making a difference in their own communities. The most interesting of these offerings is Cinema Relics: Iconic Art Of The Movies, a behind-the-scenes documentary of some of Disney’s most innovative films like Tron, Mary Poppins, and the first Pirates Of The Carribean.

Overall, Disney is pulling out all the stops to make sure their service comes out on top. If you're a bona fide Disney fan, this service is just perfect. Will now more about Disney+ as the years go by.