Disney has announced that National Geographic will be joining Disney’s D23 Expo show floor for the first time, delivering unique experiences that inspire curiosity and exploration for fans of all ages. From free solo climbing to the top of El Capitan to exploring the “why” behind the “wow” behind our gray matter, National Geographic will immerse fans […]

Marvel has announced a new Disney+ Original series called Marvel’s Storyboards, which follows Joe Quesada, Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer, as he explores the origin stories and creative drives of storytellers of all mediums, backgrounds, and experiences. Guests include Robert Lopez (songwriter, Book of Mormon, Avenue Q), Samhita Mukhopadhyay (Executive Editor, Teen Vogue), Hugh Jackman (Wolverine), Johnny Weir […]

Disney are currently negotiating a new carriage renewal deal with Charter, the second-largest U.S. pay TV provider, which brings traditional TV channels like ABC and the Disney Channel to its customers. As streaming content becomes more popular, cable companies are losing power and with Disney operating three different direct to consumer products, Hulu, ESPN+ and […]

In this What’s On Disney Plus Podcast episode, Roger and James discuss all of the recent Disney+ news including: New Football Drama Movie Coming To Disney+ FX+ To Close Down Due To Hulu & Disney+ Production Begins On Disney+ Original Series “Diary of a Female President” WarnerMedia Announce Its New Streaming Service “HBO Max” Disney+ […]

Streaming continues to grow in popularity, which is good news for Disney, who are set to launch their own service, Disney+, later this year. Ampere Analysis released a new study this week, showing subscriber growth in the US and Europe. In the US, 80% of the US internet users are now subscribing to at least […]

Disney has signed Reginald Hudlin to direct a untitled sports drama movie for Disney+ according to the Hollywood Reporter.  The movie will be based on the true story of Ray Ray McElrathbey, who, as a freshman football player for Clemson University, started secretly raising his 11-year-old brother on campus due to his mother’s issues with […]

Disney+ is months away from launching and we’ve yet to see anything officially from the new Disney+ Original series, Star Wars: The Mandalorian, while out promoting the new remake of Disney’s The Lion King, Jon Favreau has been talking about the new show, including on the Jimmy Kimmel Live Show, where he confirmed: “We’re done with the […]

Today, it was announced that the subscription service, FX+ would be closing down on August 21st. Current subscribers can access past seasons of FX and FXX originals through August 20, 2019 in the FXNOW app or online at www.FXNetworks.com. After that date, past seasons of FX and FXX originals will no longer be accessible through […]

Lucasfilm has officially announced that more details on the new Disney+ Original series, Star Wars: The Mandalorian will be revealed at the D23 Expo on August 23rd in Anaheim, California. Disney is hosting a special Disney+ panel at 3:30pm in Hall D23 and fans in attendance will get a sneak preview of the upcoming live-action […]

Disney has officially announced details on its upcoming Disney+ Original series, “Diary of a Female President”. Production started this week in Los Angeles on Disney+’s “Diary of a Female President,” from CBS Television Studios, executive producer Gina Rodriguez (“Jane the Virgin”) and Rodriguez’s production company, I Can and I Will Productions. Emily Gipson (“Someone Great”) […]

Disney has been getting some criticism for releasing so many films that are remakes and sequels lately, especially with this year featuring Dumbo, Aladdin, The Lion King and Maleficent 2. The Hollywood Reporter recently spoke with the president of Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Production, Sean Bailey about the upcoming Lion King film and spoke […]

Just ahead of the launch of Disney+, Disney Television Studios today announced the restructuring of its leadership team. At ABC Studios, Jonnie Davis has been named president. At 20th Century Fox Television, Carolyn Cassidy has been promoted to president, Creative Affairs, to run that studio alongside Howard Kurtzman, who continues as president of Business Operations. Josh Sussman will […]