When the streaming service launched back on November 12, Disney Plus did fans a great service when they announced future release dates for 77 of their recent films. Since then, titles such as Cool Runnings have released as scheduled, building trust and fulfilling expectations.

Yet for hundreds of Disney-owned films and shows, no such information has been released. After over 90 years of Disney, ABC and 20th Century Studios history, a wealth of family-friendly titles remain hidden away in the Disney Vault along with acquired properties such as The Muppets.

Clearly it will take some months and even years for so many legacy titles to be rolled out to Disney Plus. As part of an ongoing #OpenTheVault campaign, this list simply provides an idea of the scope of what’s missing—excluding R-rated or TV-MA titles, per Disney Plus policies. Perhaps this list will help as fans give feedback regarding missing Disney Plus titles.


This list has eight categories:

  • Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)
  • Walt Disney Pictures and Theatrical Disney Releases
  • Touchstone Pictures (Select Titles)
  • Hollywood Pictures (Select Titles)
  • Wonderful World of Disney And Other Disney-Owned Broadcast TV Films
  • 20th Century Studios And Affiliated Labels (Select Titles)
  • Likely Future Additions on Hulu/Star Streaming Services
  • Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney

Films and shows are listed chronologically, except to keep franchises/sequels listed together. A few titles (i.e. Song of the South) are unlikely to ever release due to offensive, outdated cultural depictions but are listed for informational purposes.

Thanks to fellow fans who post in the unofficial fan-led Disney Plus Facebook group, as this list reflects titles others have flagged. This list is not comprehensive and may have some inaccuracies. There are also some titles that are available in other countries, but not in all (this list reflects U.S. availability). Corrections and suggestions are welcome, comment below.


List last updated: October 17, 2020


LIVE-ACTION AND ANIMATED TV SERIES (DISNEY LEGACY AND SELECT ABC TITLES)

  • Disneyland, USA: People & Places (miniseries, 1953-1960, 17 episodes)
  • Celebrating Disneyland (include 1955 Dateline special + other programs from Walt Disney Treasures 2001 DVD and Disneyland: Secrets, Stories, & Magic Treasures 2007 DVD)
  • The Mickey Mouse Club (1955–1959, 1977–1978, 1989–1994)
  • The Hardy Boys: The Mystery of the Applegate Treasure (miniseries, 1956, 19 episodes)
  • Zorro (1957-1961, 78 episodes plus 4 specials) Starring Guy Williams
  • Annette (miniseries, 1957-1958) Starring Annette Funicello
  • The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca (miniseries, 1958)
  • The Swamp Fox (miniseries, 1959-1961)
  • Dr. Syn: The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh (miniseries, 1964)
  • Daniel Boone (20th TV, 1964-1970) Starring Fess Parker
  • The Adventures of Gallegher (miniseries, 1965-1968)
  • Lost In Space (20th TV, 1965-1968)
  • Schoolhouse Rock! (ABC, 1973-2009) (Some episodes are still missing)
  • The Muppet Show (1976-1981, 5 seasons) Produced by Jim Henson
  • Herbie, the Love Bug (CBS, 1982) Starring Dean Jones
  • Mousercise (Disney Channel, 1983-1995)
  • Welcome To Pooh Corner (1983-1986)
  • Five Mile Creek (1983-1985, 3 seasons)
  • Muppet Babies (CBS, 1984-1991)
  • The Wuzzles (CBS, 1985)
  • Small Wonder (20th TV, 1985-1989)
  • Dumbo’s Circus (1985-1989)
  • Star Wars: Droids (20th TV/Lucasfilm, 1985-1986)
  • Star Wars: Ewoks (20th TV/Lucasfilm, 1985-1986)
  • Return To Treasure Island (1986) Miniseries starring Brian Blessed
  • Sidekicks (ABC, 1986-1987) including pilot The Last Electric Knight (1986)
  • Win, Lose, or Draw (ABC, 1987-2014)
  • The Wonder Years (ABC, 1988-1993)
  • Great Expectations (miniseries, 1989)
  • Doogie Howser, M.D. (ABC, 1989–1993) Starring Neil Patrick Harris
  • America’s Funniest Home Videos (1989-present) (missing seasons)
  • Zorro (New World TV/20th Century TV, 1990-1993) Starring Duncan Regehr
  • The 100 Lives of Black Jack Savage (NBC, 1991)
  • Dinosaurs (ABC, 1991-1994) (slated to release this fall)
  • Home Improvement (ABC, 1991-1999) Starring Tim Allen, Patricia Richardson, Jonathan Taylor Thomas
  • Disney’s Raw Toonage (CBS, 1992)
  • Eek! The Cat (20th TV, 1992-1997)
  • Adventures in Wonderland (1992-1995)
  • Really Wild Animals (National Geographic, 1993-1998, 26 Episodes)
  • Walt Disney World Inside Out (1994-1997)
  • Aladdin: The Series (ABC, 1994-1995)
  • The Tick animated series (20th TV, 1994-1996, 3 Seasons)
  • Goosebumps (20th TV, 1995-1998, 4 Seasons)
  • Brotherly Love, (NBC, 1995-1997, 2 seasons)
  • Flash Forward (Disney Channel, 1995-1997)
  • Muppets Tonight (ABC, 1996-1998)
  • Jungle Cubs (ABC, 1996-1998)
  • Nightmare Ned (ABC, 1997)
  • The Torkelsons (NBC, 1991-1993)
  • My Wife And Kids (ABC, 2001-2005)
  • Pepper Ann (ABC, 1997-2000)
  • Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show (1997–2000)
  • Bear in the Big Blue House (1997-2006)
  • PB&J Otter (1998-2000)
  • Bug Juice (1998-2001)
  • Once and Again (ABC Studios, 1999-2002) Starring Sela Ward, Billy Campbell, Evan Rachel Wood
  • The Jersey (1999-2004)
  • In A Heartbeat (Disney Channel, 2000-2001) Co-produced by Alliance Atlantis
  • Malcolm in the Middle (20th Century TV, 2000-2006, 7 Seasons)
  • Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (ABC, 2000–2002)
  • The Weekenders (ABC, 2000-2004)
  • The Amazing Race (Touchstone TV/ABC Studios, 2001-present) Hosted by Phil Keoghan
  • Legend of Tarzan (UPN, 2001-2003)
  • Disney’s House of Mouse (2001-2002)
  • Lloyd in Space (2001-2004)
  • Stanley (2001-2004)
  • According to Jim (ABC, 2001-2009)
  • Still Standing (20th Century TV, 2002-2006, 4 Seasons)
  • Firefly (20th Century TV, 2002-2003)
  • Teamo Supremo (ABC, 2002-2004)
  • Filmore! (ABC, 2002-2004)
  • 8 Simple Rules (ABC, 2002-2005, 3 seasons)
  • JoJo’s Circus (2003-2007)
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Lucasfilm, 2003-2005) 2D Anime Series Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky
  • Dave the Barbarian (2004-2005, 1 Season)
  • Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (2004-2006)
  • W.I.T.C.H. (Disney Channel, 2004-2006)
  • Little House on the Prairie (ABC miniseries, 2005)
  • Breakfast with Bear (2005-2006)
  • Get Ed (Jetix/Disney, 2005-2006)
  • The Buzz on Maggie (2005-2006)
  • American Dragon: Jake Long (2005-2007)
  • Yin Yang Yo! (2006-2009)
  • Disney Channel Games (2006-2008)
  • Lincoln Heights (Freeform, 2006-2009)
  • Cory in the House (2007-2008)
  • RoboDz (2008)
  • Fireball (2008) (Available on Disney+ Japan)
  • Stitch! (anime series, 2008-2011) (Available on Disney+ Japan)
  • The Replacements (Season 2, 2008-2009)
  • Legend of the Seeker (ABC, 2008-2010)
  • Castle (ABC, 2009-2016, 8 Seasons) Starring Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic, Susan Sullivan
  • Aaron Stone (2009-2010)
  • Zeke & Luther (2009-2012)
  • Special Agent Oso (2009-2012)
  • Modern Family (ABC, 2009-2020)
  • I’m in the Band (2009-2011)
  • Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil (2010-2012)
  • Pair of Kings (2010-2013)
  • Sofia the First (2012-2018) (currently on Netflix) (Available in some countries)
  • Once Upon a Time in Wonderland (2013–2014)
  • Motorcity (2012-2013)
  • Dog with a Blog (2012-2015)
  • Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles (2013) Lucasfilm (missing episodes)
  • Liv and Maddie (2013-2017) (currently on Netflix) (Available in some countries)
  • Wander Over Yonder (2013-2016)
  • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC, 2013-2020) (currently on Netflix) (Available in some countries)
  • Black-ish (ABC, 2014-present)
  • Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014-2015)
  • Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero (2014-2017)
  • The 7D (2014-2016)
  • The Astronaut Wives Club (ABC, 2015)
  • Pickle And Peanut (2015-2018)
  • Star Talk (National Geographic, 2015-present) Hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson
  • Bunk’d (2015-Present) (currently on Netflix) (Available in some countries)
  • Goldie & Bear (2015-2018) (currently on Netflix) (Available in some countries)
  • Galavant (ABC, 2015-2016)
  • Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything (2015-2017)
  • Fresh off the Boat (ABC, 2015-2020)
  • Future-Worm! (2016-2018)
  • Walk the Prank (2016-2018)
  • Stitch & Ai (2017)
  • Marvel’s Cloak And Dagger (2018-2019)

WALT DISNEY PICTURES AND THEATRICAL DISNEY RELEASES

  • Victory Through Air Power (1943)
  • Make Mine Music (1946)
  • Song of the South (1946)
  • So Dear to My Heart (1948) Starring Burl Ives, Luana Patten, Bobby Driscoll
  • Ben And Me (animated short, 1953)
  • The Sword and the Rose (1953) Starring Richard Todd, Glynis Johns
  • Rob Roy, the Highland Rogue (1954) Starring Richard Todd, Glynis Johns
  • The Littlest Outlaw (1955)
  • The Great Locomotive Chase (1956) Starring Fess Parker, Jeffrey Hunter
  • Westward Ho the Wagons! (1956) Starring Fess Parker, Kathleen Crowley
  • Johnny Tremain (1957) Starring Hal Stalmaster, Luana Patten
  • The Light in the Forest (1958) Starring James MacArthur, Fess Parker
  • Tonka (1958)
  • White Wilderness (1958)
  • Third Man on the Mountain (1959) Starring James MacArthur
  • Toby Tyler (1960) Starring Kevin Corcoran
  • Kidnapped (1960) Starring James MacArthur
  • Ten Who Dared (1960)
  • Nikki, Wild Dog of the North (1961)
  • Moon Pilot (1962) Starring Tom Tryon, Dany Saval, Tommy Kirk
  • Bon Voyage! (1962) Starring Fred MacMurray
  • Big Red (1962)
  • The Legend of Lobo (1962)
  • In Search of the Castaways (1962) Starring Hayley Mills
  • Son of Flubber (1963) Starring Fred MacMurray
  • Miracle of the White Stallions (1963) Starring Robert Taylor, Lilli Palmer
  • Savage Sam (1963) Sequel to Old Yeller
  • Summer Magic (1963) Starring Hayley Mills, Burl Ives
  • The Waltz King (1963)
  • A Tiger Walks (1964) Starring Brian Keith
  • The Misadventures of Merlin Jones (1964) Starring Tommy Kirk, Annette Funicello
  • The Three Lives of Thomasina (1964) Starring Karen Dotrice
  • Run, Appaloosa, Run (1967)
  • The Monkey’s Uncle (1965) Starring Tommy Kirk, Annette Funicello
  • Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N. (1966) Starring Dick Van Dyke
  • The Fighting Prince of Donegal (1966)
  • Follow Me, Boys! (1966) Starring Fred MacMurray, Kurt Russell
  • Monkeys, Go Home! (1967) Starring Dean Jones
  • The Gnome-Mobile (1967) Starring Walter Brennan, Karen Dotrice
  • Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar (1967)
  • The Happiest Millionaire (1967) Starring Fred MacMurray, Lesley Ann Warren
  • The Horse in the Grey Flannel Suit (1968) Starring Dean Jones, Kurt Russell
  • The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band (1968) Starring Walter Brennan, Lesley Ann Warren
  • Never A Dull Moment (1968) Starring Dick Van Dyke
  • Smith! (1969)
  • Rascal (1969) Starring Ron Howard
  • King of the Grizzlies (1970)
  • The Boatniks (1970)
  • The Wild Country (1970)
  • Smoke (1970) Starring Ron Howard
  • Scandalous John (1971)
  • The Barefoot Executive (1971) Starring Kurt Russell
  • Now You See Him, Now You Don’t (1972) Starring Kurt Russell
  • Napoleon and Samantha (1972)
  • Run, Cougar, Run (1972)
  • Charley and the Angel (1973)
  • Superdad (1973)
  • The Island at the Top of the World (1974)
  • One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing (1975)
  • Ride a Wild Pony (1975)
  • No Deposit, No Return (1976)
  • The Littlest Horse Thieves (1977)
  • Hot Lead and Cold Feet (1978)
  • The North Avenue Irregulars (1979)
  • The London Connection (1979)
  • Midnight Madness (1980)
  • The Watcher in the Woods (1980)
  • The Last Flight of Noah’s Ark (1980)
  • The Devil and Max Devlin (1981)
  • Condorman (1981) Starring Michael Crawford
  • Night Crossing (1982) Starring John Hurt, Beau Bridges
  • Tex (1982)
  • Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore (1983)
  • Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)
  • Never Cry Wolf (1983)
  • Trenchcoat (1983)
  • Baby…Secret of the Lost Legend (1985)
  • Return to Snowy River (1988)
  • Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken (1991)
  • A Far Off Place (1993)
  • White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf (1994)
  • Angels in the Outfield (1994)
  • Squanto: A Warrior’s Tale (1994)
  • The Jungle Book (1994) (Currently on HBO Max)
  • Man of the House (1995) Starring Chevy Chase
  • RocketMan (1997)
  • Endurance (1998)
  • The Hand Behind the Mouse: The Ub Iwerks Story (1999) Directed by Leslie Iwerks
  • Ghosts of the Abyss (2003)
  • The Pacifier (2005) Starring Vin Diesel (currently on HBO Max)
  • The Shaggy Dog (2006) Starring Tim Allen
  • Enchanted (2007) Starring Amy Adams
  • Bridge to Terabithia (2007) Disney/Walden Media/Summit-Lionsgate
  • Disneynature Earth (2009)
  • Old Dogs (2009) (Available in Some Countries) (Currently on HBO Max)
  • You Again (2010) (currently on Starz) (Available in some countries)
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011) (currently on Starz) (Available in some countries)
  • Oz the Great and Powerful (2013) (Available in some countries)
  • Million Dollar Arm (2014) (currently on Starz)
  • Cinderella (2015) Starring Lily James, Directed by Kenneth Branagh
  • Disneynature Growing Up Wild (2016) (Available in some countries)
  • Disneynature Ghost of the Mountains (2017) (Available in some countries)

TOUCHSTONE PICTURES (SELECT TITLES)


  • Country (1984)
  • The Rescue (1988)
  • Dead Poets Society (1989)
  • Mr. Destiny (1990)
  • Spaced Invaders (1990)
  • Dick Tracy (1990) (currently on HBO Max)
  • What About Bob? (1991) (currently on HBO Max)
  • Father of the Bride (1991) Starring Steve Martin, Martin Short, Diane Keaton
  • Father of the Bride, Part II (1995)
  • 3 Ninjas (1992)
  • The Preacher’s Wife (1996) Starring Denzel Washington
  • The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit (1998)
  • The Waterboy (1998) Starring Adam Sandler
  • Armageddon (1998) (currently on HBO Max)
  • The Horse Whisperer (1998) Starring Robert Redford (currently on Hulu)
  • Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams (co-produced with Sony) (currently on HBO Max)
  • Shanghai Noon (2000) Starring Jackie Chan, Owen Wilson
  • Pearl Harbor (2001) Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer
  • Sweet Home Alabama (2002)
  • Frank McKlusky, C.I. (2002)
  • The Count of Monte Cristo (2002) Starring Jim Caviezel, Guy Pearce
  • Shanghai Knights (2003) Starring Jackie Chan, Owen Wilson
  • Ladder 49 (2004) Starring Joaquin Phoenix, John Travolta
  • The Alamo (2004) Produced by Ron Howard, Directed by John Lee Hancock
  • King Arthur (2004) Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer
  • Hidalgo (2004)
  • The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (2005) (Available in some countries)
  • Annapolis (2006)
  • Step Up (2006)
  • Step Up 2: The Streets (2008)
  • Step Up 3 (2010) (currently on Starz)
  • Confessions of a Shopaholic (2009)
  • When in Rome (2010)
  • Gnomeo and Juliet (2011)
  • War Horse (2011) DreamWorks/Touchstone
  • Real Steel (2011) Touchstone/DreamWorks, Starring Hugh Jackman (currently on Netflix)
  • Lincoln (2012) Touchstone/DreamWorks, Directed by Steven Spielberg
  • The Hundred-Foot Journey (2014) Touchstone/DreamWorks, Produced by Steven Spielberg (currently on Netflix)
  • Need for Speed (2014) Touchstone/DreamWorks
  • Bridge of Spies (2015) Touchstone/DreamWorks

HOLLYWOOD PICTURES (SELECT TITLES)

  • Ernest Goes to Camp (1987) Starring Jim Varney
  • Ernest Saves Christmas (1988) Starring Jim Varney
  • Ernest Scared Stupid (1991) Starring Jim Varney
  • Encino Man (1992) Starring Sean Astin, Brendan Fraser
  • Swing Kids (1993) Starring Christian Bale
  • Quiz Show (1994) Directed by Robert Redford
  • White Squall (1996) Directed by Ridley Scott
  • Simon Birch (1998) (currently on Cinemax)

WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY AND OTHER DISNEY-OWNED BROADCAST TV FILMS

  • Disneyland: Operation Undersea (1954)
  • Disneyland: Man and the Moon (1955)
  • Disneyland: Where Do the Stories Come From (1956)
  • Disneyland: Our Friend the Atom (1957)
  • Disneyland: Tricks of our Trade (1957)
  • Donald in Mathmagic Land (1959)
  • Disneyland: I Captured the King of the Leprechauns (1959)
  • Disneyland: Perilous Assignment (1959)
  • The Horse with the Flying Tail (1960)
  • The Hound That Thought He Was A Raccoon (1960)
  • The Magnificent Rebel (1961) Biopic on Ludwig van Beethoven
  • The Mooncussers (1962) Starring Kevin Corcoran
  • Disneyland After Dark (1962)
  • Disneyland: The Golden Horseshoe Revue (1962)
  • The Horsemasters (1963) Starring Annette Funicello
  • Johnny Shiloh (1963) Starring Kevin Corcoran
  • Little Dog Lost (1963)
  • The Horse Without a Head (1963)
  • For the Love of Willadean (1964)
  • Disneyland Goes to the World’s Fair (1964)
  • The Tattooed Police Horse (1964)
  • A Country Coyote Goes Hollywood (1965)
  • Mosby’s Marauders (1967) (also known as Willie And the Yank)
  • The Boy Who Flew With Condors (1967)
  • Atta Girl, Kelly! (1967)
  • The Young Loner (1968)
  • Way Down Cellar (1968)
  • Disneyland: From the Pirates of the Caribbean to the World of Tomorrow (1968)
  • Secrets of the Pirate’s Inn (1969)
  • Hey Cinderella (1969) Featuring The Muppets
  • The Secret of Boyne Castle (1969) Starring Kurt Russell (also known as Guns in the Heather)
  • The Muppets on Puppets (1970)
  • The Boy Who Stole the Elephant (1970)
  • The Strange Monster of Strawberry Cove (1971)
  • The Frog Prince (1971) Featuring The Muppets
  • The Muppet Musicians Of Bremen (1972)
  • The Magic of Walt Disney World (1972)
  • Mustang! (1973)
  • Call It Courage (1973)
  • One Little Indian (1973)
  • Mystery in Dracula’s Castle (1973)
  • Stub, Best Cowdog in the West (1974)
  • Diamonds On Wheels (1974)
  • The Whiz Kid and the Mystery at Riverton (1974)
  • The Whiz Kid and the Carnival Caper (1976)
  • The Flight of the Grey Wolf (1976)
  • The Ghost of Cypress Swamp (1977)
  • Three On the Run (1978)
  • Child of Glass (1978)
  • Star Wars Holiday Special (1978) 20th Century TV
  • The Muppets Go Hollywood (1979) Behind-the-scenes of The Muppet Movie
  • Born to Run (1979)
  • Of Muppets and Men: The Making Of The Muppet Show (1981)
  • The Muppets Go to the Movies (1981) Behind-the-scenes of The Great Muppet Caper
  • The Fantastic Miss Piggy Show (1982) Featuring the Muppets
  • Beyond Witch Mountain (1982)
  • EPCOT Center: An Opening Celebration (1982)
  • Tiger Town (1983)
  • Hansel and Gretel (1983) Directed by Tim Burton
  • Love Leads the Way (1984)
  • Where the Toys Come From (1984)
  • Gone Are the Dayes (1984)
  • The Blue Yonder (1985)
  • Black Arrow (1985)
  • Lots of Luck (1985)
  • Fluppy Dogs (1986)
  • The Leftovers (1986) Starring John Denver
  • I-Man (1986)
  • A Fighting Choice (1986)
  • B.R.A.T. Patrol (1986)
  • Help Wanted: Kids (1986)
  • My Town (1986)
  • Little Spies (1986)
  • The Richest Cat in the World (1986)
  • The Girl Who Spelled Freedom (1986)
  • The Thanksgiving Promise (1986)
  • The Muppets: A Celebration Of 30 Years (1986)
  • Walt Disney World: A Dream Come True (1986)
  • The Parent Trap 2 (1986)
  • The Parent Trap 3 (1989)
  • Parent Trap: Hawaiian Honeymoon (1989)
  • Return of the Shaggy Dog (1987)
  • Not Quite Human (1987)
  • Bigfoot (1987) Starring Candace Cameron
  • Double Agent (1987)
  • You Ruined My Life (1987)
  • Double Switch (1987)
  • Young Harry Houdini (1987)
  • The Liberators (1987)
  • Funny, You Don’t Look 200: A Constitutional Vaudeville (1987)
  • A Muppet Family Christmas (1987) Featuring Jim Henson and Frank Oz
  • A Friendship in Vienna (1988) Starring Ed Asner
  • The Absent-Minded Professor (1988) Starring Harry Anderson
  • Earth Star Voyager (1988)
  • Rock ‘n’ Roll Mom (1988) Starring Dyan Cannon
  • Goodbye, Miss 4th of July (1988)
  • A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving (1988)
  • Ollie Hopnoodle’s Haven of Bliss (1988)
  • It All Started with a Mouse: The Disney Story (1989)
  • The Disney-MGM Studios Theme Park Grand Opening (1989)
  • Polly (1989)
  • Polly: Comin’ Home! (1989)
  • A Mother’s Courage: The Mary Thomas Story (1989)
  • Not Quite Human II (1989)
  • A Mom For Christmas (1990) Starring Olivia Newton John
  • The Little Kidnappers (1990) Starring Charlton Heston
  • Back Home (1990) Starring Hayley Mills
  • Chips, the War Dog (1990)
  • The Muppets at Walt Disney World (1990)
  • The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson (1990)
  • Back to Hannibal: The Return of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn (1990)
  • She Stood Alone (1991)
  • Bejewelled (1991)
  • Simply Mad About the Mouse: A Musical Celebration of Imagination (1991)
  • Perfect Harmony (1991)
  • In the Nick of Time (1991) Starring Lloyd Bridges, Cleavon Little
  • Have Yourself a Goofy Little Christmas (1992)
  • Still Not Quite Human (1992)
  • Spies (1993)
  • Heidi (1993) Starring Jason Robards, Noley Thornton
  • The Ernest Green Story (1993) Peabody Award Winner
  • Muppet Classic Theater (1994)
  • The Four Diamonds (1995)
  • Escape to Witch Mountain (1995)
  • The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1995)
  • Freaky Friday (1995) Starring Shelley Long
  • The Old Curiosity Shop (1995) Based on the Charles Dickens story
  • Susie Q (1996)
  • The Little Riders (1996)
  • Oliver Twist (1997) Starring Richard Dreyfuss, Elijah Wood
  • Tower of Terror (1997)
  • Rogers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (1997) Starring Whitney Houston, Brandy Norwood
  • Flash (1997)
  • Toothless (1997) Starring Kirstie Alley
  • Under Wraps (1997)
  • The Paper Brigade (1997)
  • Northern Lights (1997) Diane Keaton
  • Angels in the Endzone (1997)
  • The Love Bug (1997) Directed by Peyton Reed, Starring Bruce Campbell
  • Goldrush: A Real Life Alaskan Adventure (1998)
  • Safety Patrol (1998)
  • The Garbage Picking Field Goal Kicking Philadelphia Phenomenon (1998)
  • My Date with the President’s Daughter (1998)
  • A Knight in Camelot (1998) Starring Whoopi Goldberg
  • Summer of the Monkeys (1998) Co-produced with Sullivan Entertainment
  • Belle’s Tales of Friendship (1999)
  • Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving (1999)
  • Selma, Lord, Selma (1999)
  • The Duke (1999)
  • Tarzan in Concert with Phil Collins (ABC, 1999)
  • Olive, the Other Reindeer (20th Century TV, 1999) Starring Drew Barrymore
  • Angels in the Infield (2000)
  • Model Behavior (2000) Starring Maggie Lawson, Justin Timberlake, Kathy Lee Gifford
  • The Pooch and the Pauper (2000)
  • Life-Size (2000)
  • The Loretta Claiborne Story (2000)
  • The New Adventures of Spin and Marty: Suspect Behavior (2000)
  • The Growing Pains Movie (2000)
  • Santa Who? (2000)
  • Geppetto (2000) Starring Drew Carey
  • The Miracle Worker (2000)
  • Mail to the Chief (2000)
  • Air Bud: World Pup (2000)
  • Walt: The Man Behind the Myth (2001) Documentary
  • R2-D2: Beneath the Dome (2001) Star Wars mockumentary produced by Lucasfilm
  • Child Star: The Shirley Temple Story (2001) Documentary
  • Disney’s California Adventure TV Special (2001)
  • Anne Frank: The Whole Story (2001)
  • The Princess of Thieves (2001)
  • The Jennie Project (2001)
  • The Other Side of Heaven (2001)
  • Recess Christmas: Miracle on Third Street (2001)
  • Ladies and the Champ (2001)
  • Mickey’s Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse (2001)
  • Mickey’s House of Villains (2002)
  • Home Alone 4: Taking Back the House (2002) (Currently on HBO Max)
  • Home Alone: The Holiday Heist (2012) (currently on HBO Max) (Available in some countries)
  • Disney’s American Legends (2002) Featuring James Earl Jones
  • Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch (2002)
  • Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister (2002)
  • Eloise at the Plaza (2003)
  • Eloise at Christmastime (2003)
  • Sounder (2003)
  • The Music Man (2003) Starring Matthew Broderick
  • Where the Red Fern Grows (2003)
  • Air Bud: Spikes Back (2003)
  • The Girl Can Rock (2004)
  • The Muppets’ Wizard of Oz (2005)
  • Pooh’s Heffalump Halloween Movie (2005)
  • Lego Star Wars: Revenge of the Brick (2005)
  • Air Buddies (2006) (Currently on HBO Max)
  • Snow Buddies (2008) (Currently on HBO Max)
  • A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa (2008)
  • Lego Star Wars: The Quest for R2-D2 (2009)
  • Prep & Landing (2009) (Available in some countries)
  • Disney Parks: Where Dreams Come True (2010)
  • Lego Star Wars: Bombad Bounty (2010)
  • Prep & Landing: Naughty vs. Nice (2011)
  • Lego Star Wars: The Padawan Menace (2011) Lucasfilm
  • Lego Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Out (2012) Lucasfilm
  • Double Victory: The Tuskegee Airmen at War (2012) Lucasfilm documentary
  • Radio Rebel (2012) (currently on Netflix)
  • National Geographic: Comic Store Heroes (2012)
  • Toy Story of Terror! (2013) (Available in some countries)
  • Toy Story That Time Forgot (2014) (Available in some countries)
  • We Wish You a Merry Walrus (2014)
  • Club Penguin: Monster Beach Party (2015)
  • Club Penguin: Halloween Panic! (2015)

The legacy films listed below are currently available to be added to Disney Plus, with a few exceptions due to pre-existing contracts. 

20TH CENTURY STUDIOS AND AFFILIATED LABELS

  • Soup to Nuts (1930) Featuring The Three Stooges
  • Bright Eyes (1934) Starring Shirley Temple
  • Curly Top (1935) Starring Shirley Temple
  • Captain January (1936) Starring Shirley Temple
  • Heidi (1937) Starring Shirley Temple
  • Little Miss Broadway (1938) Starring Shirley Temple
  • Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1938) Starring Shirley Temple
  • The Little Princess (1939) Starring Shirley Temple
  • The Mark of Zorro (1940) Starring Tyrone Power
  • State Fair (1945) Rogers and Hammerstein musical
  • A Tree Grows In Brooklyn (1945) Starring Dorothy McGuire
  • Captain from Castile (1947) Starring Tyrone Power
  • The Jackie Robinson Story (1950) Starring Jackie Robinson
  • Stars And Stripes Forever: The Story of John Philip Sousa (1952) Musical
  • There’s No Business Like Show Business (1954) Musical by Irving Berlin
  • Oklahoma! (1955) Rogers and Hammerstein musical
  • Carousel (1956) Rogers and Hammerstein musical
  • The King And I (1956) Rogers and Hammerstein musical
  • South Pacific (1958) Rogers and Hammerstein musical
  • Snow White and the Three Stooges (1961)
  • Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines (1965)
  • Fantastic Voyage (1966)
  • Doctor Dolittle (1967) musical with Rex Harrison
  • The Three Musketeers (1973)
  • The Four Musketeers (1974)
  • Scrooge (1970) Musical with Albert Finney
  • Sounder (1972) Starring Cicely Tyson, Paul Winfield, Kevin Hooks
  • Wizards (1977) Directed by Ralph Bakshi
  • Breaking Away (1979)
  • My Bodyguard (1980)
  • The Man from Snowy River (1982) (currently on Starz)
  • Return of the Ewok (1982) Star Wars parody
  • Author! Author! (1982)
  • Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure (1984)
  • Ewoks: The Battle for Endor (1985)
  • Cocoon (1985) Directed by Ron Howard
  • The Boy Who Could Fly (1986) (currently on HBO Max)
  • Space Camp (1986)
  • Big (1988) Starring Tom Hanks (currently on HBO Max)
  • Edward Scissorhands (1990) Directed by Tim Burton, Starring Johnny Depp (Available in some countries)
  • Home Alone (1990) (Available in some countries) (Currently on HBO Max)
  • Home Alone 2 (1992) (Available in some countries) (Currently on HBO Max)
  • Home Alone 3 (1997) (Currently on HBO Max)
  • Ferngully: The Last Rainforest (1992)
  • Rookie of the Year (1993)
  • The Sandlot (1993) (Available in some countries)
  • The Sandlot 2 (2005) (Available in some countries)
  • Once Upon A Forest (1993)
  • Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) Starring Robin Williams (Available in some countries)
  • Miracle on the 34th Street (1994)
  • Thumbelina (1994) (currently on Starz) (Available in some countries)
  • The Pagemaster (1994) Starring Macaulay Culkin, Christopher Lloyd
  • A Troll in Central Park (1994)
  • Baby’s Day Out (1994)
  • That Thing You Do! (1996) Directed by Tom Hanks (currently on HBO Max)
  • Jingle All the Way (1996)
  • Anastasia (1997) (currently on HBO Max) (Available in some countries)
  • Ever After (1998)
  • Rusty: A Dog’s Tale (1998)
  • Casper Meets Wendy (1998)
  • Addams Family Reunion (1998)
  • Cast Away (2000) Starring Tom Hanks
  • Digimon: The Movie (2000)
  • Titan A.E. (2000) Directed by Don Bluth
  • Ice Age (2002) (Available in some countries) (currently on Starz)
  • Like Mike (2002)
  • Like Mike 2 (2006)
  • Cheaper by the Dozen (2003) (Available in some countries)
  • Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003)
  • Catch That Kid (2004)
  • Garfield The Movie (2004) (currently on Starz) (Available in some countries)
  • Garfield: A Tail Of Two Kitties (2006) (currently on Starz) (Available in some countries)
  • Robots (2005) 20th Century/Blue Sky Studios (currently on Starz)
  • Rebound (2005)
  • Little Manhattan (2005)
  • Flicka (2006) (currently on HBO Max) (Available in Some Countries)
  • Dr. Dolittle 3 (2006) (Available in some countries)
  • Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief (2008)
  • Dr. Dolittle: Million Dollar Mutts (2009)
  • Eragon (2006)
  • The Devil Wears Prada (2006)
  • Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006) 20th Century/Blue Sky Studios (currently on Starz) (Available in some countries)
  • Night at the Museum (2006) (Available in some countries) (currently on Starz)
  • Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009) (Available in some countries) (currently on Starz)
  • Dan in Real Life (2007)
  • Firehouse Dog (2007)
  • The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising (2007) Co-produced by Walden Media
  • Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium (2007) Co-produced by Walden Media (Currently on HBO Max)
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks (2007)
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks The Squeakquel (2009)
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks Chipwrecked (2011)
  • Nim’s Island (2008) Co-produced by Walden Media
  • Marley & Me (2008)
  • City of Ember (2008) Co-produced by Walden Media
  • 27 Dresses (2008) (Available in some countries)
  • Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who! (2008) 20th Century/Blue Sky Studios (Available in some countries)
  • Meet Dave (2008) Starring Eddie Murphy
  • Post Grad (2009) Starring Alexis Bledel, Michael Keaton, Carol Burnett
  • Bride Wars (2009) Starring Kate Hudson, Anne Hathaway
  • Aliens in the Attic (2009)
  • Dragonball: Evolution (2009)
  • Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009) 20th Century/Blue Sky Studios (currently on Starz)
  • Tooth Fairy (2010)
  • Tooth Fairy 2 (2012)
  • Marmaduke (2010)
  • Ramona and Beezus (2010) Co-produced by Walden Media
  • Gulliver’s Travels (2010)
  • Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas (2011) 20th Century/Blue Sky Studios (TV special)
  • Rio (Blue Sky Studios, 2011)
  • Mr. Popper’s Penguins (2011) (Currently on HBO Max)
  • The Big Year (2011)
  • Monte Carlo (2011)
  • We Bought a Zoo (2011)

*The deal between HBO and 20th Century Studios is set to expire at end of 2022.  20th Century films released since 2012 are counted as “missing” though few are expected to release soon on Disney+ in the U.S. 

20th Century/Marvel Films

  • X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) (Available in some countries)
  • X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) (Available in some countries)
  • X-Men: First Class (2011) (Available in some countries) (Currently on HBO Max)
  • X-Men: Dark Phoenix (2019) (Available in some countries) (Currently on HBO Max)
  • Daredevil (2003)
  • Fantastic Four And the Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007) (Available in some countries) (currently on Starz)
  • Elektra (2005)

20th Century Studios Films Since 2012

  • Life of Pi (2012)
  • The Three Stooges (2012)
  • Ice Age: Continental Drift (2012) (Available in some countries)
  • Won’t Back Down (2012) Co-produced by Walden Media
  • Chasing Mavericks (2012) Co-produced by Walden Media
  • Parental Guidance (2012) Co-produced by Walden Media
  • Epic (2013) Produced by Blue Sky Studios
  • The Book Thief (2013)
  • Walking with Dinosaurs (2013)
  • The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013)
  • Rio 2 (2014) Produced by Blue Sky Studios
  • Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods (2014)
  • The Book of Life (2014)
  • The Maze Runner (2014)
  • Jingle All The Way 2 (2014) Starring Larry The Cable Guy
  • Belle (2014) Released by Searchlight Pictures
  • Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (2014) (Available in some countries)
  • The Longest Ride (2015)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ (2015)
  • Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (2015)
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip (2015)
  • Eddie the Eagle (2016) (slated for October)
  • Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (2016)
  • Ferdinand (2017) Produced by Blue Sky Studios
  • Gifted (2017) Starring Chris Evans, Octavia Spencer
  • Goodbye Christopher Robin (2017) Released by Searchlight Pictures
  • Maze Runner: The Death Cure (2018)
  • Once Upon A Deadpool (2018)
  • The Hate U Give (2018)
  • Alita: Battle Angel (2019)
  • Dragon Ball Super: Broly (2019)
  • The Kid Who Would Be King (2019)
  • Breakthrough (2019)
  • Tolkien (2019) Released by Searchlight Pictures
  • The Art of Racing in the Rain (2019) (Available in some countries)
  • Ford v Ferrari (2019)
  • Spies in Disguise (2019) Produced by Blue Sky Studios (Available in some countries)
  • The Call of the Wild (2020) (Available in some countries)

LIKELY FUTURE ADDITIONS ON HULU & STAR STREAMING SERVICES

Due to content ratings, franchise/genre consistency, and mature focus of Hulu & Star streaming services, the following TV series and films are more likely to land there. Films are 20th Century titles unless otherwise noted. Titles in this category are not counted as part of the “missing” total.

TV Series

  • M*A*S*H (20th TV, 1972-1983)
  • The Bob Newhart Show (1972-1978, 6 Seasons)
  • Moonlighting (ABC, 1985-1989)
  • The Golden Girls (ABC, 1985-1992, 7 Seasons) starring Beatrice Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty
  • Empty Nest (ABC, 1988-1995, 7 seasons)
  • Carol & Company (Touchstone TV, 1990-1991)
  • NYPD Blue (20th Century TV, 1993-2005, 12 Seasons)
  • The X-Files (20th Century TV, 1993-2002; 2016-2018, 11 Seasons)
  • Buffy, the Vampire Slayer (20th Century TV, 1997-2003, 7 Seasons) starring Sarah Michelle Gellar
  • Felicity (ABC Studios, 1998-2002, 4 Seasons)
  • 24 (20th Century TV, 2001-2010, 9 Seasons)
  • Wonderfalls (20th Century TV, 2004, 1 Season)
  • Lost (ABC, 2004-2010, 6 Seasons)
  • Desperate Housewives (ABC, 2004-2012, 6 Seasons)
  • Bones (20th Century TV, 2005-2017, 12 Seasons)
  • How I Met Your Mother (20th Century TV, 2005-2014) (currently on Hulu)
  • Kyle XY (2006-2009, 3 Seasons)
  • Ugly Betty (ABC, 2006-2010)
  • Samantha Who? (ABC, 2007-2009)
  • FlashForward (ABC, 2009-2010)
  • White Collar (ABC, 2009-2014)
  • Castle (ABC, 2009-2016, 8 Seasons)
  • Glee (20th Century TV, 2009-2015, 6 seasons)
  • Make It or Break It (Freeform, 2009-2012)
  • Melissa & Joey (Freeform, 2010-2015)
  • Revenge (ABC, 2011-2015, 4 Seasons)
  • Switched at Birth (Freefrom, 2011-2017)
  • New Girl (20th Century TV, 2011-2018, 7 seasons)
  • Scandal (ABC, 2012-2015, 7 Seasons)
  • Don’t Trust the B in Apartment 23 (ABC, 2012-2013; 2 Seasons) Starring Krysten Ritter
  • Baby Daddy (Freeform, 2012-2017)
  • Sleepy Hollow (20th TV, 2013-2017)
  • Red Band Society (ABC Studios, 2014-2015, 1 season)
  • How to Get Way with Murder (ABC, 2014-2020, 6 Seasons)
  • Empire (20th Century TV, 2015-2020, 6 Seasons)
  • The Astronaut Wives Club (2015)
  • The Real O’Neals (2016-2017, 2 Seasons)
  • The Orville (20th Century TV, 2017-present)
  • The Gifted (20th Century TV, 2017-2019)
  • 9-1-1 (20th Century TV, 2018-present)
  • 9-1-1: Lone Star (20th Century TV, 2020-present)

Films


  • The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939) Starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce
  • The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939) Starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce
  • Jesse James (1939)
  • The Grapes Of Wrath (1940)
  • Great Guns (1941) Starring Laurel and Hardy
  • Iceland (1942)
  • Springtime In The Rockies (1942) Starring Betty Grable
  • A-Haunting We Will Go (1942) Starring Laurel and Hardy
  • Heaven Can Wait (1943)
  • The Dancing Masters (1943) Starring Laurel and Hardy
  • Jitterbugs (1943) Starring Laurel and Hardy
  • The Fighting Sullivans (1944)
  • The Big Noise (1944) Starring Laurel and Hardy
  • The Bullfighters (1944) Starring Laurel and Hardy
  • It Shouldn’t Happen to a Dog (1946)
  • Sitting Pretty (1948)
  • My Blue Heaven (1950)
  • The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)
  • Monkey Business (1952)
  • Titanic (1953)
  • The Robe (1953)
  • A Man Called Peter (1955) Starring Richard Todd
  • Anastasia (1956)
  • The Diary of Anne Frank (1959)
  • The Longest Day (1962)
  • Von Ryan’s Express (1965)
  • The Sand Pebbles (1966) Directed by Robert Wise, Starring Steve McQueen
  • Two for the Road (1967) Starring Audrey Hepburn, Albert Finney
  • Planet of the Apes (1968)
  • Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970)
  • Escape from the Planet of the Apes (1971)
  • Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972)
  • Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973)
  • Young Frankenstein (1974) Starring Gene Wilder
  • The Man With One Red Shoe (1985) Starring Tom Hanks
  • Tough Guys (Touchstone, 1986)
  • Hello Again (Touchstone, 1987)
  • Can’t Buy Me Love (Touchstone, 1987)
  • Beaches (Touchstone, 1988)
  • Three Fugitives (Touchstone, 1989)
  • Gross Anatomy (Touchstone, 1989)
  • Stella (Touchstone, 1990)
  • Fire Birds (Touchstone, 1990)
  • Pretty Woman (Touchstone, 1990)
  • Deceived (Touchstone, 1991)
  • Paradise (Touchstone, 1991)
  • The Doctor (Touchstone, 1991)
  • Only The Lonely (1991)
  • Dutch (1991)
  • Captain Ron (Touchstone, 1992)
  • Noises Off (Touchstone, 1992)
  • The Gun in Betty Lou’s Handbag (Touchstone, 1992)
  • Blame It on the Bellboy (Hollywood Pictures, 1992)
  • Passed Away (Hollywood Pictures, 1992)
  • A Stranger Among Us (Hollywood Pictures, 1992)
  • Straight Talk (Hollywood Pictures, 1992) Starring Dolly Parton, James Woods
  • Aspen Extreme (Hollywood Pictures, 1993)
  • Terminal Velocity (Hollywood Pictures, 1994) Starring Charlie Sheen, Nastassja Kinski
  • Houseguest (Hollywood Pictures, 1995) Starring Sinbad, Phil Hartman
  • Evita (Hollywood Pictures, 1996) Musical from Andrew Lloyd Weber
  • Independence Day (1996) Starring Will Smith, Bill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum
  • The X-Files: Fight the Future (1998)
  • The Sixth Sense (Hollywood Pictures, 1999) Starring Bruce Willis, Haley Joel Osment
  • Big Momma’s House (2000) Starring Martin Lawrence
  • The Legend of Bagger Vance (2000)
  • Coyote Ugly (Touchstone, 2000)
  • Monkeybone (2001)
  • Reign of Fire (Touchstone, 2002)
  • Signs (Touchstone, 2002) Starring Mel Gibson, Joaquin Phoenix
  • Down with Love (2003) Starring Renée Zellweger, Ewan McGregor
  • I, Robot (2004) Starring Will Smith
  • Fat Albert (2004) Starring Kenan Thompson
  • The Village (Touchstone, 2004)
  • Wild Hogs (Touchstone, 2005)
  • A Lot Like Love (Touchstone, 2005)
  • Flightplan (Touchstone, 2005)
  • Dark Water (Touchstone, 2005)
  • Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
  • Shopgirl (Touchstone, 2005)
  • Big Momma’s House 2 (2006)
  • Jumper (2008)
  • The X-Files: I Want to Believe (2008)
  • What Happens in Vegas (2008)
  • 500 Days of Summer (2009) Searchlight Pictures
  • The Proposal (Touchstone, 2009)
  • Date Night (2010)
  • I Am Number Four (Touchstone/DreamWorks, 2011) (currently on Roku)
  • The Help (2011) DreamWorks/Touchstone (currently on Netflix)
  • Big Mommas House: Like Father, Like Son (2011)
  • Chronicle (2012)
  • Prometheus (2012)
  • Delivery Man (Touchstone/DreamWorks, 2013) Starring Vince Vaughn, Chris Pratt, Cobie Smulders
  • The Internship (2013)
  • The Monuments Men (2014)
  • Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014)
  • Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014)
  • Paper Towns (2015)
  • The Martian (2015)
  • Assassin’s Creed (2016)
  • Independence Day: Resurgence (2016)
  • War for the Planet of the Apes (2017)
  • Alien: Covenant (2017)
  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017)
  • The Mountain Between Us (2017)
  • The Post (2017) Co-produced by DreamWorks
  • Murder on the Orient Express (2017)
  • Love, Simon (2018) (not to be confused with TV series, currently on Hulu)
  • Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)
  • Red Sparrow (2018)
  • The Predator (2018)
  • Widows (2018)
  • JoJo Rabbit (2019) Directed by Taika Waititi, released by Searchlight Pictures
  • Ad Astra (2019)
  • Stuber (2019)
  • A Hidden Life (2019) Directed by Terrence Malick, Released by Searchlight Pictures
  • Underwater (2020)

OFTEN-REQUESTED TITLES WITH GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY

Films in this category are not counted as part of the “missing films” total.

  • The Great Santa Claus Switch (1970) Sullivan Productions/The Jim Henson Company
  • John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together (1979) (Note: rights issues with Estate of John Denver)
  • Popeye (1980) Paramount/Disney (currently on CBS All Access)
  • Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) Paramount/Lucasfilm
  • Dragonslayer (1981) Paramount/Disney (currently on CBS All Access)
  • Time Bandits (1981) Studio Canal/20th Century
  • Rocky Mountain Holiday with John Denver and The Muppets (1983) (Note: rights issues with Estate of John Denver)
  • Fraggle Rock (The Jim Henson Company/CBC, 1983-1987) (currently on Apple TV+)
  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) Paramount/Lucasfilm
  • The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984) Sony/Tristar (currently on Tubi)
  • The Edison Twins (1984-1986) CBC Television
  • Kids, Incorporated (1984-1994) MGM/Hal Roach Studios
  • The Christmas Toy Featuring The Muppets (1986) The Jim Henson Company
  • Howard the Duck (1986) Universal Pictures/Lucasfilm/Marvel (currently on Peacock)
  • The Tale of the Bunny Picnic (1986) Starring the Muppets, HBO
  • Captain EO (1986) (note: rights issues with Estate of Michael Jackson)
  • Under the Umbrella Tree (1986-1993) CBC Television
  • The Adventures of Spot the Dog (1987, 1993, 2000) King Rollo Films
  • The Brave Little Toaster (1987) Hyperion Pictures
  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) Paramount/Lucasfilm
  • The Jim Henson Hour (NBC, 1989) The Jim Henson Company
  • Looking for Miracles (1989) Sullivan Entertainment / GazeboTV.com
  • Jim Henson’s Mother Goose Stories (1990-1992) The Jim Henson Company
  • Road to Avonlea (1990-1996, 7 seasons) Sullivan Entertainment / GazeboTV.com
  • Sarafina! (1992) Miramax/Hollywood Pictures
  • The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (ABC/Lucasfilm/Paramount, 1992-93)
  • Marsupilami (NBC/Disney, 1993) Character owned by Marsu Productions
  • Bill Nye the Science Guy (Syndicated, 1993-1998) (note: current litigation over this series)
  • Ready Or Not (1993-1997) Insight Production/Global TV Network
  • Ocean Girl (1994-1997) CBS/Westbridge
  • Mr. Willowby’s Christmas Tree (1995) CBS, Featuring The Muppets
  • A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes: The Annette Funicello Story (1995) Savoy Pictures/CBS
  • Just Like Dad (1995) Cinar/Leucadia Film
  • The Wind in the Willows (1996) Allied Filmmakers
  • Titanic (1997) Paramount/20th Century
  • Mother Goose Rock ‘n’ Rhyme (1998) Lyrick Studios
  • Air Bud (1997) Buddy Films Inc./Disney
  • Air Bud: Golden Receiver (1998) Keystone Pictures/Dimension Films/Miramax
  • Air Bud: World Pup (2000) Keystone Family Pictures/Dimension Films
  • Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch (2002) Keystone Family Pictures/Dimension Films
  • Air Bud: Spikes Back (2003) Keystone Family Pictures/Dimension Films
  • Rolie Polie Olie (1998-2004) Nelvana/Sparx/Disney
  • The Famous Jett Jackson (1998-2001) Alliance Atlantis/WildBrain Studios
  • Our Friend, Martin: Inspired by the Life of Martin Luther King Jr. (1999) DIC Entertainment/20th Century
  • Muppets From Space (1999) Sony/Tristar (currently on Tubi)
  • Runaway Bride (1999) Paramount/Touchstone
  • O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) Touchstone/Universal
  • Jett Jackson: The Movie (2001) Alliance Atlantis/WildBrain Studios
  • Kermit’s Swamp Years (2002) Sony/The Jim Henson Company
  • It’s a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie (2002) NBC/MGM
  • The Sweatbox: Behind-the-scenes of The Emperor’s New Groove (2002) Xingu Films/Buena Vista
  • A Wrinkle in Time (2003) Echo Bridge Home Entertainment/Disney
  • Napoleon Dynamite (2004) MTV Films/Paramount/Searchlight
  • Modern Marvels: Walt Disney World (2005) History Channel/Al Roker Productions
  • Dream on Silly Dreamer (2005) WestLund Productions
  • The Prestige (2006) Touchstone/Warner Bros.
  • The Incredible Hulk (2008) Universal Pictures
  • Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) Paramount/Lucasfilm
  • Industrial Light & Magic: Creating the Impossible (2010) Starz, Directed by Leslie Iwerks
  • Richard M. Sherman: Songs of a Lifetime (2015) PBS
  • American Experience: Walt Disney (2015) PBS
  • Walt Before Mickey (2015) Mission Pictures
  • Floyd Norman: An Animated Life (2016) Michael Fiore Films/FilmBuff
  • Life, Animated (2016) A&E Indie Films/The Orchard
  • The Dreamfinders (2016) Directed by Tony Cortese
  • Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Sony Pictures
  • Muppet Guys Talking: Secrets Behind the Show the Whole World Watched (2017) Directed by Frank Oz, produced by Vibrant Mud
  • Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) Sony Pictures

What is inaccurate on this list? Should some titles be moved to the final category? What’s missing? Corrections, additions and constructive feedback are welcome, comment below.

 

Freelance journalist Josh M. Shepherd covers culture and entertainment for several media outlets, including articles on Disney Plus, the surprising impact of Mary Poppins and Disney nostalgia. A graduate of the University of Colorado, Josh and his wife live in the Washington, D.C. area with their son.

 












Josh Shepherd

Freelance journalist Josh M. Shepherd covers culture and entertainment for several media outlets, including articles on Disney Plus, the surprising impact of Mary Poppins and Disney nostalgia. A graduate of the University of Colorado, Josh and his wife live in the Washington, D.C. area with their son.

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  1. aj erjavec January 20, 2020

    For Kim possible In time it is on there but they broken it up into three episodes

  2. Matt January 20, 2020

    Some movies you are missing are encino man with brendan fraser sean astin and the tv movie escape from witch mountain from 1995 that was on the wonderful world of disney. Some tv shows you are missing from the disney channel are The famous jett jackson Adventures in wonderland Aladdin tv series Bug juice 1998 series The jersey

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  3. Raymond January 21, 2020

    Thank you for putting those up. I subscribed because Disney said the vault was wide open. It certainly is not. I want to see the old shows of my childhood, Zorro, Elfego Baca, all the Davy Crocketts, Toby Tyler, happiest Millionaire, Summer Magic and many more. Where are they? if they don’t come up soon, I will definitely Cancel my subscription. Since Disney Plus started in November, none of the other old movies have been added. I’m not happy with this...instead we get Diary of a future president...oh please.

    1. Fernando Vega January 21, 2020

      They said the animated vault I believe. Not the entire Disney library right up.

    2. Scarlett Butler March 2, 2020

      That’s been my question since this started...if all the old Disney Classics and Wonderful World of Disney would be available. You just saved me from disappointment. Thank you.

    3. Robert Koehler March 31, 2020

      Hoopla is a free streaming service available through most public libraries. They have Zorro, In Search of the Castaways, and a lot of the older live action movies.

    4. David Mcdougle May 26, 2020

      I wholeheartedly agree with you Raymond. Mini that you've mentioned are ones that I would dearly love to see also again. I can't believe personally they only had the very first week of the original Mickey Mouse club available. Want to see those other episodes from that series again.

  4. Connor Beith January 21, 2020

    Some of the stuff that's missed on the list: The Wuzzles (CBS, 1985) Bill Nye The Science Guy (1993-1998; syndicated by Walt Disney Television) Nightmare Ned (ABC, 1997) Pepper Ann (ABC. 1997-2000) 101 Dalmatians: The Series (ABC, 1997-1998) The Weekenders (ABC, 2000-2004) Teamo Supremo (ABC, 2002-2004) Legend of Tarzan (UPN, 2001-2003) Filmore! (ABC, 2002-2004) W.I.T.C.H (Toon Disney, 2004-2006) Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! (Toon Disney, 2004-2006) Get Ed (Toon Disney, 2005-2006) Yin Yang Yo! (Toon Disney, 2006-2009) Dave the Barbarian (Disney Channel, 2004-2005) Brandy and Mr. Whiskers (Disney Channel, 2004- American Dragon: Jake Long (Disney Channel, 2005-2007) Shorty Mcshorts' Shorts (Disney Channel, 2006-2007) The Disney Channel Games (2006-2008) Star Wars Detours (Lucasfilms, 2012) Cory in the House (Disney Channel; 2007-2008)

    1. samantha romo October 3, 2020

      bohemian rhapsody is missing too

  5. Xanity Plus January 21, 2020

    Not sure but I believe all the DreamWorks titles produced in the Touchstone partnership are owned by Disney domestically and globally.

    1. Ernesto Chacon January 21, 2020

      Exactly, the DreamWorks movies they distributed through the Touchstone Pictures banner from 2011-2016 such as Real Steel, The Help, I Am Number Four, War Horse, Lincoln, to name a few are owned by Disney. So those films (depending on rating) will go to Disney+ or Hulu.

  6. Todd January 21, 2020

    Don’t forget about the Aladdin TV Series

  7. Adam Sweeney January 21, 2020

    One movie I can’t find on Disney + that I didn’t see on the list is The Barefoot Executive starring Kurt Russell (1971). Other than that, it’s a fine list. A lot of things listed that I had forgotten about. Thanks for doing the compiling.

    1. Kannan June 22, 2020

      Missing some episodes like Ged ed,shuriken school, pucca,w.i.t.c.h,Martin mystery, goosebumps,the spider man (1994),Vicky & vedal (Indian show),galactic football,Denice the menace, inspector gadget animated series,A.T.O.M ,monster warriors,kid Vs kat

  8. John January 21, 2020

    Make Mine Music is missing, and it's the only music based "compilation" movie not on Disney+. Also, there are 5(!) episodes of the original MMC, with NO additions since the launch! C'mon, Disney, eliminate a few thousand items from this list!

    1. Anthony Bernacchi March 10, 2020

      Not only are only the first five "Mickey Mouse Club" episodes included, but episodes 3 and 5 are missing their Mousekartoons, "Mickey's Service Station" and "Two-Gun Mickey", which are also unavailable on Disney+ in their own right.

    2. Bryce May 3, 2020

      Ant man and the wasp Avengers infinity war

    3. Sierra August 25, 2020

      Yes, you are missing Slugterra (Disney XD, 2012-2016, 6 seasons)

  9. Ernesto Chacon January 21, 2020

    Thanks for the list Josh although their are a couple of shows and films from the Disney and 20th Century side of things you missed and forgot to put in: - Wander over Yonder (Disney Channel/Disney XD, 2013-2016; 2 Seasons) - Penn Zero: Part Time Hero (2014-2017, 2 Seasons) - Malcolm in the Middle (2000-2006, 7 Seasons) - Robots (Blue Sky Studios film, 2005) - Horton Hears a Who! (2008) - Rio (2011) - Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (2011) (streaming rights held by HBO) - Modern Family (ABC, 2009-2020) - Fresh off the Boat (ABC, 2015-2020) - Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003, 7 Seasons) - Firefly (2002-2003, 1 Season) - Glee (2009-2015, 6 Seasons) - Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23 (ABC, 2012-2013; 2 Seasons) Starring Krysten Ritter - Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (2004-2006, 2 Seasons) - The Buzz on Maggie (2005-2006, 1 Season) - Dave the Barbarian (2004-2005, 1 Season) - Bend it Like Beckham (2000) - Samantha Who? (ABC, 2007-2009) - Really Wild Animals from National Geographic (1993-1998, 26 Episodes) - Gnomeo and Juliet (2011) - When in Rome (2010) Also put in a section dedicated to Domestic Rights issues cause certain films and shows aren't owned by Disney and it's subsidiaries Domestically such as Popeye, Dragonslayer and Titanic. Finally, I would like to point out a couple of things Josh, certain PG-13 and TV-14 titles from Touchstone, 20th Century Studios (Film/Television) and ABC Studios might not appear on Disney+ and instead go to Hulu due to content not being suitable for the Disney+ service, such as Dead Poets Society, Armaggedon, Coyote Ugly, Signs, The Village, The Proposal, A Lot Like Love, Jumper, Wild Hogs, The Prestige, 24, The X-Files, Bones, NYPD Blue, Lost, Desperate Housewives, Revenge, Scandal, Castle, How to Get Way with Murder, among others. Even Family Guy and the rest of Seth MacFarlane's other animated shows (while TV-14) have been confirmed to stay on Hulu due to the inappropriate humor and content.

  10. A January 21, 2020

    They do have Recess seasons 4-6, they just have them scrunched up and scrambled alongside seasons 1-3.

  11. drewsclues January 21, 2020

    There are so many classic disney Channel shows not even mentioned like the Jersey, flash forward totally hoops, totally circus, bug juice, adventures on wonderland, Dumbo's circus, in a heartbeat, Jett Jackson, Jett Jackson movie, Susie q etc plus also galavant?!

    1. Annodal March 27, 2020

      I can't believe that Jett Jackson isn't on Disney+, that should be a crime!! 😠

  12. Robert OLin January 21, 2020

    i dont see house of mouse, melody time, Dumbo's circus, Pooh corner

  13. Justin January 21, 2020

    Pretty sure Muppet Family Christmas needs to be in that last category for the Sesame Street and Fraggle Rock characters which are not Disney owned. That's why it was never put on DVD.

    1. Ernesto Chacon January 26, 2020

      Music Licensing is also another factor why this special hasn't been released on DVD/Blu-ray nor on Television.

      1. Nessa May 3, 2020

        Roli poli olie, higgley town hero’s, Pb&j otter, bear in the big blue house, jojos circus, the doodle bops, pretty much all of the old Play house disney shows!

    2. Philip February 16, 2020

      No, the only reason it hasn't been rereleased is because of music rights issues. Nothing else!

  14. Bill January 21, 2020

    Another title that's missing from the broadcast TV listing is "Dateline: Disneyland", the live broadcast of Disneyland's opening on July 17,1955

  15. Craig B January 21, 2020

    Thank you for writing this article. There are many like myself who think Disney held back too much content from Disney+ and that decision threatens the long-term viability of the service. I'm already seeing articles about how investors on Wall Street are looking to Netflix as a better bet going forward, concluding that while Disney+ is popular, it doesn't have enough broad-based content to truly compete. They say Netflix has a greater opportunity for market penetration in 2020. Essentially they think Disney won't be able to grow their subscriber count very much. That is some bad press for Disney and you see it reflected in how flat the stock price has been over the last month or so. Disney+ runs the risk of turning into something regarded as a novelty and if that happens it could be devastating to its future. Right now it's too easy for people to dismiss Disney+ as just for kids because of it's heavy reliance on Disney Channel content and lack of older titles from Disney, Touchstone and ABC. They need to step up their game. Originally we saw articles wondering if Disney+ would be a Netflix killer. Now we see articles saying Netflix has nothing to worry about. In some forums people are starting to say Disney+ has a lot for kids, but not much for adults. Personally, I don't think it's that bad but Disney does need to hold a lot less back, especially if that's the impression. The list you presented in the article of titles they've held back is long and people are starting to notice and complain. I'm glad this topic is finally starting to gain traction because I don't want Disney+ to fail. And if people think it can't fail, they're fooling themselves. I heard Disney needs at least 90 million US subscribers to be profitable. Right now they have around 20 million by some estimates. On February 4th they are supposed to disclose their number of subscribers. I hope they also seriously talk about plans for adding older content to Disney+ and don't just focus on their own originals. I like Baby Yoda and Jeff Goldblum, but they're not going to single-handedly sell the service.

  16. Jonathan Harriman Lhota January 21, 2020

    I hope you add Raw Toonage (1992), Marsupilami (1993), The Jim Henson Hour (1989), and much more..... The Muppet Show (1976) might be an issue with music rights. Same with the Disney channel's DTV. I know that some DTV videos were pulled from Youtube for copyright infringement and many users were banned.

  17. Jamie January 21, 2020

    How about Edward Scissorhands, the Planet Of The Apes films, Under The Umbrella Tree, Welcome To Pooh Corner, Howard The Duck

  18. Bill January 21, 2020

    Another title that's missing from the broadcast TV listing is "Dateline: Disneyland", the live broadcast of the opening of Disneyland on July 17,1955.

  19. Jonathan Johnson January 22, 2020

    Earth Star Voyager - Wonderful World of Disney

  20. Alex D. January 22, 2020

    No one’s mentioned Kick Buttowski or Motorcity yet. And then you have the Fox Kids cartoons that Disney / Fox owns like Eek! the Cat or Mad Jack the Pirate.

    1. KB4L February 7, 2020

      Yea, where the hell is KICK BUTTOWSKI!!!!!!

  21. Michelle Burk January 22, 2020

    How can I add the bundle already to my subscription of Disney+ I pay 11.99 separately for Hulu no ads it would be easier to combine to one payment for Hulu ,Disney+ and ESPN+ I pay 6.99 for Disney+

  22. Jake January 22, 2020

    Thank you for making this list! Howard, the documentary about the late Howard Ashman, has also yet to be added on Disney+. It was supposed to be included in late 2019 (or at least that's what I've seen in articles and the Disney+ YT channel). That was the only reason I've subscribed to the streaming service. Unfortunately, there are no blu-ray/digital copy editions of the movie, either.

  23. Jace January 23, 2020

    There's also the Marvel animated Spectacular Spiderman show. Still waiting on the Aladdin TV series.

    1. Ernesto Chacon January 26, 2020

      Unlike the other Spider-Man shows, Specacular Spider-Man and the MTV animated Spider-Man are owned by Sony Pictures Television and NOT by Marvel Animation.

  24. NEWCamaro January 25, 2020

    All the 20th Century studios family-friendly movies and shows should be on D+ that aren’t on existing contracts

  25. Brian Holt January 25, 2020

    You left out The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit from 1968

  26. Bradley Martin January 25, 2020

    For the Love of Willadean Pooh Corner Dumbo’s Circus

  27. Steve January 25, 2020

    I don’t see Mystery In Dracula’s Castle which I remember from Wonderful World of Disney.

  28. Todd January 26, 2020

    Model Behavior starring Maggie Lawson, Justin Timberlake and Kathy Lee Gifford from WWoD

  29. Melissa January 26, 2020

    You are missing “You Ruined My Life” it was a 1987 Wonderful World of Disney movie staring Paul Riser and Soleil Moon Frye.

  30. Jeff January 26, 2020

    "LIttle Muppet Monsters" 13 episodes from 1985 "The Jim Henson Hour" 12 episodes from 1989 Get on this Disney + these 2 shows are brilliant!! WAITING!!! Also would love to see Dinosaurs, Fraggle Rock and The Muppet Show!

    1. Philip February 16, 2020

      Disney does not own the rights to Fraggle Rock--that one is still owned by The Jim Henson Company.

  31. Todd January 26, 2020

    Fantastic Four Rise of Silver Surfer is on D*

    1. Anthony Bernacchi March 10, 2020

      "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" **was** on Disney+, but it's been removed.

    2. Philip April 10, 2020

      Not anymore

  32. Ernesto Chacon January 26, 2020

    I'd also put "James and the Giant Peach" in the GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY section given that Disney doesn't have the full distribution rights to this movie in Europe (Mainly the UK, France and Germany) as it's distributed by Allied Filmmakers. Also don't forget Glee (20th Century TV, 2009-2015, 6 seasons).

  33. Micah L January 26, 2020

    RUMOR: Disney and Dinamo Productions are beginning to bring a Kid Friendly TV show is Called The Lingo Show is Coming to Disney Channel and Disney Plus! 

  34. DonDonP1 January 27, 2020

    Several family-friendly MTM Enterprises productions--including "The Cape" and "Bailey Kipper's P.O.V.," both from the 1996-97 TV seasons--were missing from Disney Plus as well. I hope Disney would digitally restore and remaster "The Cape" in 4K Ultra High Definition, in 24 framers per second and in 7.1 surround sound with texts recreated in 4K Hi-Def and CGI recreations of lost and impossible-to-restore elements and with or without the possible re-frame from 4:3 to 16:9 and with or without the possibility of ending each episodes with the recreated final MTM logo and either the 20th Television or Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution logo afterwards.

  35. DonDonP1 January 27, 2020

    *Frames. Darn typo. And from 35mm negatives.

  36. Ernesto Chacon January 27, 2020

    Here are a couple of other 20th Century titles that could work on Disney+: Cocoon (1985), and The Boy Who Could Fly (1986). Princess Bride (1987) could go under the GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY section as 20th Century ONLY owns the domestic rights to the film but internationally it's owned by Interaccess Film Distribution.

  37. Carl January 27, 2020

    The home alone movies were there during Christmas time

  38. Nicole January 31, 2020

    Curious George and the Lindsay lohan movie ...Disney+ only has the sequel to the first movie..I forget what it’s callled

  39. Chris February 1, 2020

    A Troll in Central Park by fox and Rolie Polie Olie you named the rest of the shows that I was missing.

  40. Renae February 7, 2020

    It’s a shame Selma Lord Selma is not on Disney Plus. Especially with it being Black History Month!

  41. Xenia Franklin February 10, 2020

    All Disney Channel, Disney XD, and Disney Junior/Playhouse Disney shows aired need to be on Disney+

  42. Philip February 16, 2020

    Add "The Mouse Factory" (1972-1973 TV series) to the list. Also, things like Song of the South are not "unlikely to appear". With existing content on the service containing warnings of outdated cultural depictions, NOTHING is off the table now, not even Song of the South!

  43. Kayla February 16, 2020

    Adventures in Wonderland

  44. Bruce February 29, 2020

    Earth Star Voyager (1988) Under your Category: WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY AND OTHER DISNEY-OWNED BROADCAST TV FILMS

  45. Caleb March 3, 2020

    Missing liv and Maddie (not available in the USA yet but available else where), sonny with a chance, so random

  46. Marshall March 8, 2020

    The five episode Herbie tv series called “Herbie, The Love Bug” & the 1997 Wonderful World of Disney The Love Bug TV movie

  47. Joseph March 8, 2020

    You can add Rolie Polie Olie to the often requested titles with global rights not owned by Disney. I see a lot of people request that show, despite the show being a Nelvana show, rather than a Disney show

    1. Joseph March 11, 2020

      In all fairness though, I understand why a lot of people think Rolie Polie Olie was a Disney show, since the show was produced in association with them and it was produced for the Disney Channel in the USA along with CBC in Canada, plus Disney distributed the show in the US, so even though its a Nelvana show, I understand why people think its a Disney show

  48. Red March 8, 2020

    Does the peanuts movie count because this peanuts film is made by 20th century fox.

  49. TheGreatOne March 8, 2020

    Avengers Disk Wars and House of Mouse is currently missing on Disney+

    1. TheGreatOne March 8, 2020

      Also Stitch! (The Japanese Spinoff of Lilo and Stitch!)

  50. Ernesto Chacon March 8, 2020

    Can you please add in Modern Family (ABC, 2009-2020), Buffy the Vampire Slayer (20th Century TV, 1997-2003, 7 Seasons); Firefly (20th Century TV, 2002-2003, 1 Season) - Glee (20th Century TV, 2009-2015, 6 Seasons); Samantha Who? (ABC, 2007-2009); Gnomeo and Juliet (2011) and When in Rome (2010) from Touchstone Pictures to the list please?

    1. Jade2016 April 18, 2020

      Buffy the Vampire Slayer is on Hulu which I partly owned by Disney.

      1. Ernesto Chacon May 5, 2020

        They did sent out surveys to subscribers for Disney+ last month on the possibility on having in Buffy, How I Met Your Mother, Firefly, Modern Family, Black-ish and Malcolm in the Middle on the service.

  51. Ricardo March 8, 2020

    Actually a troll in Central Park is fox

  52. Amber March 8, 2020

    You are missing some Playhouse Disney shows such as JoJo's Circus, Stanley, Rolie Polie Olie and Higglytown Heroes.

  53. Adrienne March 9, 2020

    Anyone remember Prince Brat and the Whipping Boy? 1994

    1. Annodal March 28, 2020

      I do! I remember the kid who played the price also played an elf in The Santa Clause.

  54. Jacob March 9, 2020

    Super Mario Bros.: The Movie is also missin. It's owned by Hollywood Pictures at least in the US.

  55. Jimmy D March 9, 2020

    Forgot all the X-men movies. As well as Deadpool (they won’t add the R rated but they can do once upon a Deadpool which is PG13 plus the Spider-Man reboots homecoming & far from home

    1. Jon March 28, 2020

      Sony own the last two Spider-Man movies.

  56. Daniel March 9, 2020

    I suspect Disney plans to rotate shows in and out the vault to keep interest up in streaming service. Some films shows have dated content that would be seen as racist/homophobic etc. and most likely, they just won't be available I suspect. Much they way for years they would make a classic film available on VHS/CD/Blueray, then take off market, and then bring it back again in about 5 to 10 years.

  57. Luke Gregory March 9, 2020

    PB&J Otter is also missing from Disney+. The show is about hit the 22nd anniversary and I’ve made a petition to make it available: http://chng.it/v8KqV2sB

  58. Lee March 9, 2020

    Also missing from the list: Freaky Friday (1995) TV-movie starring Shelley Long

  59. Miguel Moreno March 10, 2020

    Super Mario Bros. should be on there. It's from Hollywood Pictures as well.

  60. Anthony Bernacchi March 10, 2020

    I was shocked to see online that Disney+ included "White Wilderness" at launch, but that it's since been removed. Given that film's inclusion of the infamous faked "lemming suicide" sequence, I would have expected Disney+ never to include it at all, much like "Song of the South". I suspect that it was included by mistake in the first place.

  61. Luke Gregory March 12, 2020

    PB&J Otter is also missing. I have a petition to make it available on Disney+: http://chng.it/v8KqV2sB

  62. Briana casino March 14, 2020

    Please put the sandlot back on !!!!!!

  63. Joseph St Pierre March 17, 2020

    I would like some of the Hulu content on Disney+ like the Orville.

  64. S Bell March 17, 2020

    I’m hoping more Wonderful World of Disney shows like “Secret of Boyne Castle” are added to Disney+.

  65. Anne March 24, 2020

    Around the World in 80 Days (the 2004 one starring Jackie Chan) isn't on the UK Disney+, that is possibly due to distribution rights.

  66. AggressivePacifist March 24, 2020

    Some individual episodes are missing like DuckTales: Sphinx for the Memories.

  67. David Torres March 25, 2020

    Moesha, the series starring brandy Norwood is missing too.

    1. Josh April 5, 2020

      That's a CBS-distributed show rather than Disney owned, it appears.

  68. Annodal March 27, 2020

    Bejeweled - a made for TV movie from the early 90's Kids Incorporated - similar to the likes of Mickey Mouse Club, looks like it started on a different network but Disney took it over, Fergie and Jennifer Love Hewitt were in it

  69. Nicholas roberts March 29, 2020

    They are 400 movies and tv shows not on Disney + any plans for them to come to Disney + yerys to come

    1. Toni April 6, 2020

      Mousercise (1983-1995) Disney channel (One of their original programs) Welcome To Pooh Corner (1983-1986) another original program Dumbo’s Circus (1985-1989) Donald Duck Presents (1983-1992) Good Morning Mickey! (1983-1992)

  70. Helison April 7, 2020

    Also missing from the list: The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1995), The Pooch and the Pauper (2000), Life-Size (2000), The Loretta Claiborne Story (2000), The New Adventures of Spin and Marty: Suspect Behavior (2000), The Growing Pains Movie (2000), Santa Who? (2000), Ladies and the Champ (2001), Home Alone 4: Taking Back the House (2002), A Wrinkle in Time (2003), Eloise at the Plaza (2003), Eloise at Christmastime (2003), High School Musical: El Desafío (Mexico, 2008), High School Musical: El Desafío (Argentina, 2008), High School Musical: O Desafio (Brazil, 2010), High School Musical China: College Dreams (China, 2010), Skyrunners (2010) | TV Shows: Teen Angel (1989), The Jersey (1999), High school musical: La Selección (Argentina, 2007), High School Musical: Get in the Picture (2008), High School Musical: A Seleção (Brazil, 2008), Jake & Blake (Disney Channel Latin America, 2009-2010), Aaron Stone (2009-2010), Dog with a Blog (2012-2015), PrankStars (2011) Code: 9 (2012) Zeke & Luther (2009-2012), Kirby Buckets (2014-2017), Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything (2015-2017), Walk the Prank (2016-2018), Mech-X4 (2016-2018), Peter Punk (Disney XD Latin America, 2010-2012), A Floricultura da Nana (Disney Channel Brazil, 2009-2011), El jardín de Clarilú (Disney Channel Latin America, 2012-2014), Morko e Mali (Disney Channel Latin America, 2016-2017), Junior Express (Disney Channel Latin America, 2013-2015), Art Attack (UK, 1990~ | Germany, 1995~ | Italy 1998~ | LA, 2000~ | Brazil, 2000~ | Portugal, 2002~), Playground (Disney Channel Latin America, 2013-2016), Quelli dell'Intervallo (Disney Channel Italy, 2005-2008), As the Bell Rings (2007-2009), Quando Toca o Sino (Disney Channel Brazil, 2009-2011), Cuando Toca La Campana (Disney Channel Latin America, 2011-2012), Summer Break Stories / יומני החופש הגדול (Disney Channel Israel, 2012-2013), Alex & Co. (Disney Channel Italy, 2015-2017), ONCE/O11CE/Disney's 11 (Disney Channel Latin America, 2017-2019), Pijama Party LA (Disney Channel Latin America, 2014-2018), Pijama Party Brasil (Disney Channel Brazil, 2016-2018), Juacas (Disney Channel Brazil, 2017-2019), Z4 (Disney Channel Brazil, 2018), Nivis Amigos de otro Mundo (Disney Channel Latin America, 2019-current), Bia (Disney Channel Latin America, 2019-current)...

  71. Ernesto Chacon April 7, 2020

    Just to Clarify, 20th Century Studios still owns the rights to A Troll in Central Park along with Thumbelina, besides Warner Bros. doesn't own the rights to this movie anymore so put this in the 20th Century Studios section. Also, please add Modern Family (ABC, 2009-2020), Buffy, the Vampire Slayer (20th Century TV, 1997-2003, 7 Seasons); 8 Simple Rules (ABC, 2002-2005, 3 seasons); Glee (20th Century TV, 2009-2015, 6 Seasons); Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23 (ABC, 2012-2013; 2 Seasons); New Girl (20th Century TV, 2011-2018, 7 seasons); and Wander Over Yonder (2013-2016) to the "LIVE-ACTION AND ANIMATED TV SERIES (DISNEY LEGACY AND SELECT ABC TITLES)" Lastly please include The Wind in the Willows (1996 film; aka Mr. Toad's Wild Ride) and Popeye (starring Robin Williams) to the "OFTEN-REQUESTED TITLES WITH GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY" as the former film is distributed by Disney in the United States but not in other countries as the 1996 version of Wind in the Willows is owned by Allied Filmmakers, while the latter film is distributed internationally by Disney but owned by Paramount in the United States. I'd also like to have you put down Valiant and James and the Giant Peach under the "OFTEN-REQUESTED TITLES WITH GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY" cause Disney doesn't have the rights to these particular films in certain international markets such as the United Kingdom, even they aren't on the UK/Ireland version of Disney+.

  72. Bill April 7, 2020

    All of these titles could easily be released in English-speaking countries first and then be dubbed and sub-titled for foreign countries. But the question is how many people would be interested in them? Especially in uncertain economic times like these that expense has to be taken into consideration. I think right now Disney just does not feel that a substantial audience exists for many of these titles.

    1. Charlie April 8, 2020

      True but there is no harm adding them, because they already own and have access to them

  73. Kelly April 7, 2020

    I miss a lot of the shorts with Mickey, Donald, Pluto, Goofy & Chip & Dale. Definitely need more Muppets and the older show Kids Incorporated. I used to watch that every day!

  74. RED April 7, 2020

    There's one show on the list you might forget so far is FOX/Marvel The Gifted. Which was on FOX at the time. So is it possible to add on Disney+ or is it on another steaming service?

    1. Jon Mani April 17, 2020

      It is currently on Hulu and likely through Fox TV network's (not Disney owned 20th Century Fox Television production and distribution studios) online streaming distribution partnership with Hulu. Once the Hulu streaming rights expire, I think it would go on Disney+

  75. Trevor April 8, 2020

    Just requested the Parent Trap Sequels to be added. If anyone else loved the original 1961 Parent Trap hopefully you will join me.

    1. Jade2016 April 18, 2020

      How can you request something?

      1. Jon Mani April 18, 2020

        To directly request a film or show you can contact the Disney+ Help Center by logging into your account and accessing https://help.disneyplus.com/csp Click 'Give Feedback' -> 'Request a film or show'

  76. grant atkins April 8, 2020

    i think a lot of abc shows ugly betty, the goldbergs, the middle, the good doctor, the bachelorette, bless the harts, the rookie, gray's anatomy, lifetime's little women, switched at birth, baby daddy, the conners, good trouble, melissa and joey, 10 things i hate about you, full house original series, lincoln hieghts, lost, make it or break it, the kids are alright, brothers or sisters, last man standing, famous in love, everything gonna be okay, party of five, schooled, a million little things, american housewives and lifetime's married at first sight and dance moms.

    1. Philip April 10, 2020

      Some of those shows are only distributed by ABC, shows like The Good Doctor are made by Sony tho

      1. Ernesto Chacon April 19, 2020

        ABC doesn't OWN and produces The Goldbergs, The Middle, The Good Doctor, The Conners, lifetime's married at first sight, etc. as they are owned by other production companies (Sony Pictures Television, Warner Bros. Television). Secondly it's likely that shows like Lost, Grey's Anatomy, Desperate Housewives seem better suited for Hulu.

  77. Charlie April 8, 2020

    Star Wars Holiday Special Academy Award Review of Walt Disney Cartoons Doofenshmirtz Daily Dirt Those aren't on Disney+ or your list

    1. Josh April 13, 2020

      I'm not sure why you would want the Star Wars Holiday Special. I try forgetting it ever existed

  78. Payton Cummings April 10, 2020

    You forgot to put Stanley and Rolie Polie Olie on this list

  79. Thomas Mulligan April 10, 2020

    What about Brandy & Mr. Whiskers?

  80. Allie April 11, 2020

    Rolie Polie Olie was on Playhouse Disney.

  81. Sam April 11, 2020

    Missing some Disney Channel content such as "As the Bell Rings", "Disney Channel Games" and "Mike's Super Short Show". Also, "Bridge to Terebithia"!

  82. Jon Mani April 12, 2020

    Please add the following Marvel content to the list Daredevil (2003) Elektra (2005) Fantasitc Four (2015) Lego Marvel Spider-Man: Vexed by Venom (2019) X-Men: Dark Phoenix (2019) New Mutants (202?) may ultimately be on Hulu due to content Animated Series ------------------------------------------------------------------ The Marvel Super Heroes (1966) Spider-Man (1967) The New Fantastic Four (1978) Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014) Made for TV films distributed by Fox and its affiliated labels ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Incredible Hulk Returns (1988) -> Currently streaming on Tubi The Trial of the Incredible Hulk (1989) -> Currently streaming on Tubi The Death of the Incredible Hulk (1990) Generation X (1996) Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (1998) Currently streaming on Netflix US ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013) Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload (2013) Lego Marvel Marvel Super Heroes: Avengers Reassembled (2015) Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Guardians of the Galaxy (2017) Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Black Panther (2018) Iron Man and Captain America: Heroes United (2014 animated film) Streaming on Hulu -------------------------------------------------- Cloak and Dagger (2018 TV Series) Fox label films streaming now on Disney+ internationally ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- X-Men (2000) X2: X-Men United (2003) X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) X-Men: First Class (2011) The Wolverine (2013) X-Men Days of Future Past (2014) X-Men Apocalypse (2016)

  83. Peter April 15, 2020

    Your missing Lloyd in space Brotherly love Teen angel 8 simple rules for dating my teenage daughter/simple rules From this list

    1. Jon Mani April 17, 2020

      Looks like 'Lloyd in Space' and 'Brotherly Love' were already up there. Still waiting to see '8 Simple Rules'

  84. Jade2016 April 18, 2020

    Who owns the right to Our Friend Martin. I’ve lookEd for everywhere. It showed it was owned by 20th Century Fox, but I can’t find it on any of the streaming services.

  85. Jon Mani April 18, 2020

    Under the 'OFTEN-REQUESTED TITLES WITH GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY' please add 'Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles' (2013) I believe Cartoon Network owns the rights to season 1

    1. Ernesto Chacon April 19, 2020

      Pretty sure Lucasfilm still owns the rights to the Yoda Chronicles.

      1. Jon Mani April 20, 2020

        Lucasfilm owns the Intellectual Property that was licensed to make the show and may have co-produced season 1 but you will notice season 2 was renamed The 'New' Yoda Chronicles and that season is currently only available on Disney Plus US. There are some wiki articles that state the renaming was done to differentiate the episodes that aired on Cartoon Network because Cartoon Network owns the rights to Season 1.

  86. Emily April 24, 2020

    I didn’t see the Hercules Animated tv series on this list. That is also missing from Disney+ Also what about the even steven tv series?

    1. Josh April 30, 2020

      This list tracks U.S. availability of titles. Both Hercules animated series and Even Stevens are on the U.S. Disney Plus.

  87. Heather C April 25, 2020

    I am so desperate for Legend of the Seeker to be on Disney+!! I don't understand why it isn't, because Disney owns it now! Who do I call to get this show put on the platform because I want it above all others that are missing!

  88. Will April 30, 2020

    You're missing the World of Color mini series "Willie and the Yank" which was later brought to home video as one film titled "Mosby's Marauders." It's from 1967 and was one of the first films for actor Kurt Russell. Its last release was on VHS in 1998. It takes place during the Civil War but, IIRC, does not portray or glorify slavery so it could theoretically see a release.

  89. Carissa Moore May 2, 2020

    I didn’t see The Mooncussers on the list. Another Mevin Corcoran classic

  90. Amanda May 3, 2020

    You are missing Johnny Shiloh.

  91. Marshall May 3, 2020

    Not to sound like a broken record but The 1997 made for TV movie The Love Bug which aired on The Wonderful world of Disney on November 30 1997 & The tv series “Herbie, the love bug” which aired March 17th 1982, it was a mid season replacement series on CBS

  92. Denise Nickers May 3, 2020

    Add this one to the list, Spies (1993) a made-for-TV Disney Channel movie: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0255612/

    1. DENISE NICKERS May 3, 2020

      Also, She Stood Alone (1991) another Disney made-for-TV movie: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102902/

  93. Alessandro Argueta May 3, 2020

    You Forgot To Put Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!, Yin Yang Yo!, & The Buzz On Maggie as Part Of The What’s Missing Section for Disney Plus.

  94. Alessandro Argueta May 3, 2020

    Also I Want To See Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!, Yin Yang Yo, & The Buzz On Maggie For Disney Plus

  95. Hilary Eastman May 4, 2020

    How about jojo’s circus. I don’t see that children’s stop motion animated tv show on the list. I loved that show growing up.

  96. Ernesto Chacon May 4, 2020

    Can you change How I met Your Mother to "(20th Century TV, 2005-2014)" as the show NEVER aired on ABC

  97. Hannah May 4, 2020

    Some tv shows I would really like to see are Life with Derek, Naturally Sadie, The Latest Buzz and all those older family channel shows.

    1. Ernesto Chacon May 4, 2020

      @Hannah Disney doesn't own Life with Derek and "Naturally, Sadie" as they are Canadian shows and they didn't produce them physically.

  98. James M May 4, 2020

    Bride of Boogedy is now on Disney Plus. I don’t think I can include an image, but if you look on the main page then look in the “New to Disney+” section you will see it listed between United States of Animals and Disney Family Sundays.

  99. David May 4, 2020

    I don’t at all see Winnie the Pooh Seasons of Giving or Hercules Zero to Hero on any of these lists

    1. David May 4, 2020

      Also episodes of Andi Mac are missing from Disney Channel

      1. Maddie June 1, 2020

        Probably because of the Stoney Westmorland scandal...

  100. Ernesto Chacon May 5, 2020

    Just to Clarify, 20th Century Studios actually owns the rights to A Troll in Central Park along with Thumbelina, besides Warner Bros. doesn't own the rights to this movie anymore so put this in the 20th Century Studios section. Besides, like Thumbelina "A Troll in Cnetral Park" was produced by Don Bluth Productions and owned by Don Bluth Productions before Fox acquired them in 2000, even it begins with "Don Bluth presents".

  101. Ernesto Chacon May 5, 2020

    Can you please remove A Troll in Central Park from the "OFTEN-REQUESTED TITLES WITH GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY" listing?

  102. Ernesto Chacon May 5, 2020

    Can you Please add in the Disney and 20th Century side of things you missed and forgot to put in?: Buffy, the Vampire Slayer (20th Century TV, 1997-2003, 7 Seasons) starring Sarah Michelle Gellar; Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23 (ABC, 2012-2013; 2 Seasons) Starring Krysten Ritter; The Buzz on Maggie (2005-2006, 1 Season); Dave the Barbarian (2004-2005, 1 Season); Disney's The Legend of Tarzan (2001-2003, 2 seasons); The Golden Girls (1985-1992, 7 Seasons) starring Beatrice Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty; Red Band Society (2014-2015, 1 season); Glee (20th Century TV, 2009-2015, 6 seasons); New Girl (20th Century TV, 2011-2018, 7 seasons), Felicity (1998-2002, 4 Seasons) and Bless This Mess (ABC, 2019-present)

  103. Sam Gmuer May 5, 2020

    Great list! Still missing "Stich! The Series" (different that the one on there already) and "As the Bell Rings"!

  104. Jason Hurd May 6, 2020

    The (newer) Goofy short, "How to Hook Up Your Home Theater." (It premiered in theaters with National Treasure 2.)

  105. Paul May 6, 2020

    Many “Magical World of Disney” movies: B.R.A.T. Patrol, Little Spies

  106. Lauren May 6, 2020

    There was a whole cute series of Disney Sing Along Songs back in the late 80s/90s with songs from a whole lot of classic Disney movies/cartoons, and a few live-action titles (Pongo & Perdita, Disneyland Fun) that I keep hoping they'll add!

    1. Tom May 11, 2020

      I have requested these numerous times through the app. I have also requested Schoolhouse Rocks. Both would be great additions. I know they will be added eventually as Disney owns them and they were released on DVD so it would be easier to convert over than some movie from the 1960’s that last appeared on VHS.

  107. Alan May 6, 2020

    The short film Lorenzo and the TV The Parent Trap sequels (there are 3)

  108. Elvin Jones May 7, 2020

    I’ve been curious about a TV movie called Child of Glass. I recall seeing it in school in the 80s even though it was made in 78 I believe. I managed to find a horrible vhs to dvd transfer movie. Quality isn’t that great but I’d be curious about its rights.

  109. Miércoles May 7, 2020

    I missed this series/movies: „Nixon“ (1995, Cinergi Pictures / Hollywood Pictures) „Medicine Man“ (1992, Cinergi Pictures / Hollywood Pictures) „Arachnophobia“ (1990, Hollywood Pictures) „Up Close & Personal“ (1996, Touchstone Pictures / Cinergi Pictures) „Terminal Velocity“ (1995, Hollywood Pictures, Interscope, PolyGram) „The Day After“ (1983, ABC Circle Films) „Moonlighting - Das Model und der Schnüffler“ (1985-1989, ABC Circle Films) „The Wonder Years“ (1988-1992, ABC, New World Television, The Black/Marlens Company) I know that some of the films in the US are PG-13 and above, so they are unlikely to come on D +, i think.

  110. Savage May 7, 2020

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer

  111. Cesar May 8, 2020

    You forgot the show Rollie Polie Ollie, PB&J Otter and JoJo’d Circus. Along with some of their spin off movies Rolie Polie Olie: The Great Defender of Fun and Rolie Polie Olie: The Baby 'Bot Chase. They were a huge part of my childhood!

  112. Joseph St Pierre May 9, 2020

    Reign of Fire.

  113. Rodolphe May 9, 2020

    Any release date for Condorman on Disney+?

  114. aj erjavec May 10, 2020

    your missing motorcity from the list

  115. PR May 10, 2020

    The World’s Greatest Athlete (1973) is missing from the list as well.

  116. Servpro May 11, 2020

    I'd also like to see some of Disney's TV specials.

  117. Dawn May 12, 2020

    Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day 1968 - missing

    1. Dawn May 12, 2020

      Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree 1966 - missing Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too 1974 - missing

      1. Josh May 19, 2020

        All three of those shorts are available on Disney+ as part of the film, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977).

  118. Jon B May 12, 2020

    Good list but I don't think it's fair to list stuff on Hulu. Granted, it be nice to just have one service but Hulu belongs to Disney. I feel that should be considered Disney+ Dark. That said, yeah there's a ton of stuff that should and are hopefully planned to come soon. I especially support anything with 'Muppet' in the title. I love the four movies and Muppet Moments is cute but the Muppet selection is pitiful. It kills me that the newest Muppet series is there but not the classic show. I understand licensing problems but I wish Disney would open the purse strings for one of the best series. Also need Enchanted. Just love that film :)

    1. Josh May 26, 2020

      When compared with Netflix and HBO Max, the TV series listing on Disney+ is the weakest aspect of this streaming service... and adding The Muppet Show would be a good first step to remedying this issue. The other dozen shows that should already be on Disney+: Zorro (both versions), Five Mile Creek, Dr. Syn, Dinosaurs, Home Improvement, The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Muppets Tonight, Firefly, Malcolm in the Middle, Lincoln Heights, Once Upon A Time, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

  119. Joseph St Pierre May 12, 2020

    Roadside Romeo, Do Dooni Chaar, Feluda: The Kathmandu Caper, Anaganaga O Dheerudu, Zokkomon, Arjun: The Warrior Prince, Luck Luck Ki Baat, Khoobsurat, ABCD 2, Apna Bhai Gaju Bhai, Dangal, Jagga Jasoos (Walt Disney Pictures India.)

  120. Chris May 13, 2020

    What happened to Ink & Paint, the docuseries based on the best selling book? It was supposed to be up on the Disney+ service in 2019 but is no where to be found??

  121. Chris May 13, 2020

    What happened to Ink & Paint, the docuseries based on the best selling book? It was supposed to be up on the Disney+ service in 2019 but is no where to be found??

  122. Savage May 15, 2020

    Tom Hanks’ “Big”

  123. Disney Halloween Fanatic May 17, 2020

    You forgot to remove Bride of Boogedy since it's on now. The Ghost of Cypress Swamp Our Unsung Villains (1956) All About Magic Halloween Hall of Fame Haunted Halloween Halloween Surprises (Mickey Mouse Safety Club) Disney's Greatest Villains (1977, 1983) A Disney Halloween (1981, 1983) Halloween Treat Scary Tales of Halloween Hallowe'en Hilarities Mother Goose Rock N Rhyme

  124. Susan May 21, 2020

    Thank goodness that I have my VHS tapes and DVDs of Disney movies that they aren't showing or in this listing ? My collection is far more inclusive. Saves me a lot of money each month . Let me know when they expand their listings for us baby boomers .

  125. David Duquet May 21, 2020

    You were missing Marmaduke which is a fox franchise. Hope this gets added

  126. Nick May 21, 2020

    What about the movie Armageddon? Wasn’t it Disney & it’s PG-13. Why is it not on Disney Plus?

    1. Ernesto Chacon June 1, 2020

      Regardless if it's PG-13 It has content that might not fit on Disney+ hence why this may work on Hulu.

      1. Josh June 1, 2020

        'Armageddon' is on the list above, and always has been. (Look under Touchstone Pictures)

        1. Ernesto Chacon June 4, 2020

          Yeah, but I'm not expecting EVERY one of the Touchstone Pictures titles regardless if they are PG-13. Look PG-13 is "subjective", all I'm saying is that certain PG-13 titles from Touchstone, Hollywood Pictures and 20th Century might not go to Disney+ such as Coyote Ugly, The Village, Devil Wears Prada, etc.. and instead will head to Hulu.

      2. Red June 29, 2020

        That right, It like the show Love, Victor. It was plan to be release on Disney+, then they decided to be release on Hulu because of the subject matter.

  127. Terry May 25, 2020

    We'd love to see Right Now Kapow, Future Worm! and the Two More Eggs shorts on Disney+. I don't know if there are any Disney XD shows on there right now.

    1. Ernesto Chacon June 4, 2020

      Right Now Kapow is produced by Warner Bros. Animation so they don't physically own the show

  128. Thea May 28, 2020

    Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister was a WWoD title, that isn’t on the list but should be!

  129. Josh June 1, 2020

    I want to see all the Disney holiday parades on there.

  130. Savage June 1, 2020

    Isn’t Stuber rated R?

  131. Ernesto Chacon June 3, 2020

    Can you remove "Murder on the Orient Express", "Assassin's Creed", "The Proposal", and "Stuber" from the list? Because the latter film is Rated R which is ideal for Hulu, and while the former three films are PG-13 I don't know if these titles will be on Disney+, they seem more suited for Hulu.

  132. Ernesto Chacon June 3, 2020

    I also would suggest to remove "Exodus: Gods of Kings" as that film looks more like a film suited for Hulu, than Disney+.

  133. Ernesto Chacon June 3, 2020

    Remove the Dreamworks Animated films distributed by 20th Century Fox as those films reverted back to Universal Pictures, even Universal Home Entertainment is listing the films that were distributed by 20th Century Fox.

  134. Ernesto Chacon June 3, 2020

    Can you please add in the following shows: Buffy, the Vampire Slayer (20th Century TV, 1997-2003, 7 Seasons) starring Sarah Michelle Gellar; Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23 (ABC, 2012-201, 2 Seasons) Starring Krysten Ritter; The Golden Girls (ABC, 1985-1992, 7 Seasons) starring Beatrice Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty; Red Band Society (ABC Studios, 2014-2015, 1 season); Glee (20th Century TV, 2009-2015, 6 seasons); New Girl (20th Century TV, 2011-2018, 7 seasons) and Felicity (ABC Studios, 1998-2002, 4 Seasons). I'd say the majority of them especially "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer" could appeal to the adults and teen demographic on Disney+, along with the fact that most of them are in the TV-PG/TV-14 rating.

    1. Savage June 3, 2020

      I agree for Buffy the Vampire Slayer. That show is binge-worthy and should be a big win for D+

    2. Josh June 12, 2020

      Excellent examples of TV titles that, to quote one commenter, "seem more suited for Hulu." (For instance, a series titled Don't Trust the B**** very unlikely to ever land on Disney+). Lots of valuable feedback though.

      1. Ernesto Chacon June 14, 2020

        Frankly Josh I also think that shows like The X-Files, Bones, 24, NYPD Blue, Empire, Desperate Housewives, Castle, Lost are more suited for Hulu than Disney+. Even the PG-13 films such as "Murder on the Orient Express", "Assassin's Creed", "Devil's Wear Prada", "Date Night", "The Proposal", "Coyote Ugly", "The Village", "Signs", "Wild Hogs" and "The Prestige" are titles that seem more suited for Hulu than Disney+

        1. Josh June 14, 2020

          We are agreed on this, which is why none of titles you've noted just above are on the list... with a couple exceptions (some being removed at next update).

  135. Ernesto Chacon June 3, 2020

    Can you also add in "Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse", "Mickey's House of Villains", "Lego Star Wars: The Padawan Menace", and "Lego Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Out"?

  136. Ernesto Chacon June 3, 2020

    Can you add in (Available in some countries) For Anastasia (1997), because the film is available in several international countries just not in the United States?

  137. Phillip June 5, 2020

    You placed James Cameron’s Titanic in the list of films that Disney does not have global rights to. This is actually incorrect, as Paramount only owns the domestic/United States rights; 20th Century Fox owns the international/global rights. Also, Anastasia (1997) is now available in some countries. Lastly, is Disney having some trouble with uploading their 1950s and 1960s television content, because they reported in previous months they would be putting on selected episodes of Disneyland/Wonderful World of Disney/World of Color etc along with the Zorro TV series, only to have each and every occasion being a complete no-show?

    1. Josh Shepherd June 5, 2020

      "Global rights" refers to Disney/Fox having both domestic (U.S.) and international rights to a title. We will see about the 50/60s TV content, as four such titles are slated to release in June.

    2. Ernesto Chacon June 6, 2020

      Then again Disney didn't own the domestic rights to Popeye and Dragon Slayer themselves but they own the international rights.

  138. Susan Taylor June 7, 2020

    I didn't see 1987's Return of he Shaggy Dog!

  139. Tony J June 9, 2020

    I looked over the Wonderful World of Disney section a few times and I didn't see The Whiz Kid and the Mystery at Riverton (1974) or The Whiz Kid and the Carnival Caper (1976) listed. I really hope they find their way to Disney plus. There might be some Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fans out there that would love to see of Kim Richards' finest work.

  140. George June 9, 2020

    So, 20th century has lost the rights of the DreamWorks-produced films it distributed in the past? In this regard why doesn't Lucasfilm own the rights of the 4 Indiana Jones films it produced for Paramount and ABC studios the rights of the Marvel shows it produced for Netflix?

    1. Ernesto Chacon June 10, 2020

      The rights to Indiana Jones is loosey-goosey and in the grey area. Disney/Lucasfilm only owns the copyrights to the story, characters, merchandising and the trademarks of the first 4 Indiana Jones films, and more recently they acquired the film distributions rights to the 5th Indiana Jones film from Paramount Pictures back in December 2013. Paramount owns the theatrical, home video, TV, and streaming distribution rights to the first 4 Indiana Jones films, until the copyright expires or they sell the distribution rights back to Lucasfilm (which I highly doubt it's going to happen). On top of that this isn't like the MCU Spider-Man films where Sony owns PERMANENT rights to the films.

      1. GEORGE June 11, 2020

        Thanks. I thought that the film production company always retained the rights to the movie product even though it was distributed by another company just like it happens with the tv shows. For example Modern Family was owned by 20th tv even though it was broadcasted on Disney's ABC until Disney bought it and eventually owned it. In conclusion, films are usually owned by the studio that distributes them and tv shows are owned by the production company? Do you know who owns the rights to the Netflix/Marvel shows?

  141. Yazzy June 9, 2020

    I couldn’t see it on your lists but I know that the movie ‘Stitch! The movie’ released in 2003 is not on Disney Plus.

  142. Ernesto Chacon June 10, 2020

    Here's another family favorite to add on Disney+: "Olive, the Other Reindeer" (1999) Starring Drew Barrymore

    1. Zachary Gage June 10, 2020

      Missing On Disney Plus Is Dark Phoenix 2019 Star Wars Droids Star Wars Ewoks Star Wars Resistance Shorts Star Wars Galaxy Of Adventures Shorts Star Wars Roll Out Shorts Star Wars Holiday Special 1978 The Ewok Adventure 1984 Ewoks The Battle For Endor 1985 Billy Bunny’s Animal Songs 1993 Kermit’s Swamp Years 2002 Sam And Friends 1955 Little Muppet Monsters 1985 Muppets TV 2006 The Tale Of The Bunny picnic 1986 A Muppet Family Christmas 1987 Lady Gaga and the Muppets Holiday Spectacular 2013

      1. Ernesto Chacon June 14, 2020

        Dark Phoenix is available in some countries but won't be on the US Disney+ until 2022.

  143. Zachary Gage June 12, 2020

    Where Is Told By Disney Emoji Shorts Disney Be your Best Snack Down Shorts Bizaardvark Shorts Cars Shorts Where’s My Water Shorts Disney Re Micks Shorts

    1. Josh June 14, 2020

      This list doesn't track missing shorts

  144. Jacob June 13, 2020

    Add “Jingle All the Way” from 20th Century from 1996

  145. Peppercorn June 15, 2020

    You're missing Disney's The 7D (2014-2016) for the animated series category, plus Dinosaurs will be added sometime this autumn.

  146. Brayden June 15, 2020

    The Pacifier (2005), Million Dollar Arm (2014) Strange Magic (2015), While You Were Sleeping (1995), Anastasia (1997), Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas (2011), The Peanuts Movie (2015), The Art of Racing in the Rain (2019) are available in Australia.

  147. Brayden June 15, 2020

    All Star Wars content as well as Strange Magic are copyright Lucasfilm. Fox only ever owned the distribution rights to A New Hope. Cartoon Network nor Warner Bros never owned anything. Indiana Jones content is copyright Lucasfilm but the distribution rights are held by Paramount. You're missing the following: Star Wars: The Clone Wars Crystal Crisis on Utapau story reels (four unfinished episodes on StarWars.com and season 6's Blu-ray) Star Wars Resistance shorts Lego Star Wars: Revenge of the Brick (2005) Lego Star Wars: The Quest for R2-D2 (2009) Lego Star Wars: Bombad Bounty (2010) Lego Star Wars: The Padawan Menace (2011) Lego Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Out (2012) In regards to Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles they're simply missing the first 3 episodes, the other 5 are already on there all be it categorized as specials. Star Wars: Forces of Destiny Volumes 1-4 (they currently just have the shorts up) Science and Star Wars (2017) - Internet series Our Star Wars Stories (2018–present) - YouTube series Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures (2018–present) - Internet series of animated shorts Rebels Recon (2014–2018) - Rebels behind the scenes series for Internet and then home media Double Victory: The Tuskegee Airmen at War (2012) - Red Tails doco Star Wars Animated Adventures: Ewoks - Tales from the Endor Woods and The Haunted Village (the episodes were reedited into TV movies) Star Wars Animated Adventures: Droids - Treasure of the Hidden Planet and The Pirates and the Prince (the episodes were reedited into TV movies) Star Wars: Clone Wars Volume 1 & 2 - the episodes were reedited into TV movies The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones - the episodes were reedited into TV movies Plenty of other Star Wars and Indiana Jones docos as well plus a Lego Indiana Jones short.

    1. Ernesto Chacon July 22, 2020

      Indiana Jones rights is loosey-goosey and in the grey area, but as you said it yourself, Disney/Lucasfilm only owns the copyrights to the story, characters, merchandising and the registered trademarks of the first 4 Indiana Jones films, and more recently they acquired the film distributions rights to the 5th Indiana Jones film from Paramount Pictures back in December 2013. Paramount owns the theatrical, home video, TV, and streaming distribution rights to the first 4 Indiana Jones films (not PERMANENT), until the copyright expires or they sell the distribution rights back to Lucasfilm (which I highly doubt it's going to happen). On top of that this isn't like the MCU Spider-Man films and The Incredible Hulk where Sony and Universal Pictures owns PERMANENT rights to these films.

  148. Zachary Gage June 15, 2020

    Where is Garfield The Movie 2004 Garfield A Tail Of Two Kitties 2006 Space Camp 1986 Hugo The Hippo 1977 Big 1988 Bunk D 2015-Present Fat Albert 2004 Miracle on the 34th Street 1994

  149. Zachary Gage June 16, 2020

    I Want Marvel’s Cloak And Dragger Tv series 2018-2019

  150. Kyle Frank June 17, 2020

    I was looking for Child of Glass (1978) on Disney+ and it didn't have results. It was made for TV but most definitely Disney.

  151. Zachary Gage June 17, 2020

    I Saw Star Wars Holiday Special But Where is Kermit’s Swamp Years

  152. Zachary Gage June 18, 2020

    Here Are Some Disney Channel Stuff Hotel Transylvania the series Season 1-Present Disney Zombies 2 Descendants Remix Dance Party Disney Tsum Tsum Shorts Bunk D 2015-Present Miraculous Ladybug and Cat Noir 2015-Present

    1. Ernesto Chacon June 19, 2020

      Hotel Transylvania The Series is NOT a Disney show nor is it owned by Disney it's owned by Sony Pictures Television and it's currently streaming on Netflix.

  153. Zachary Gage June 19, 2020

    There’s Disney XD Show Called Parker Plays And Player Select You Can Put It On There

  154. Zachary Gage June 20, 2020

    There’s 2 Movies You Can Put on Disney Plus that’s Own By Jim Henson Company Labyrinth And The Dark Crystal

    1. Phillip June 21, 2020

      The distribution rights of these two films are owned by other studios, Sony/TriStar for Labyrinth and Universal Pictures for The Dark Crystal.

    2. Ernesto Chacon June 30, 2020

      They are not owned by Disney it's owned by The Jim Henson Company.

  155. Zachary Gage June 21, 2020

    What About Sofia the First once Upon A Princess Sofia The First Tv series 2013-2018 Aliens Love Underpants And Shorts Big Block Sing Song Shorts The Bite Sized adventures of Sam Sandwich Bunnytown Shorts Choo Choo Soul Shorts Chuggington Disney Animals Shorts DJ Melodies Shorts Goldie And Bear 2015-2018 Handy Manny School For Tools Shorts Higgtytown Heroes 2004-2008 Lou And Lou Safety Patrol Shorts Mickey’s Mousekersize Shorts Molang Shorts Nina Needs To Go Shorts Quiet Is Shorts Disney Rhythm and Rhymes Shanna’s Show Sunny Bunnies Tasty Time With Ze Fronk Whisker Haven Tales With Palace Pets Shorts Winnie The Pooh Shorts Yup Yups Shorts Special Agent Oso 2009-2012 and Also I Want Kermit’s Swamp Years I Don’t See It On What’s on Disney Plus Missing Movies And Shows

    1. Josh June 27, 2020

      This list doesn't track shorts

  156. P. Martin June 22, 2020

    I was hoping for more from the Wonderful World of Disney. The program I watched every Sunday night as a kid. The Adventures of Gallagher, Way Down Cellar, The Loner, and many others. I picked up Disney+ for the 3 year deal. I have enjoyed the channel, but I do wish there was more from the past.

  157. Zachary Gage June 23, 2020

    What About Straight Talk 1992

  158. Savage June 23, 2020

    Can you please add “Buffy the Vampire Slayer?” Also add “The Golden Girls”

  159. Owen buddery June 23, 2020

    I would remember the Little einstiens as a child and I remember that it was in English but in US dub for the USA and British dub for the UK and Higly town hero’s was in my and so was the Book of Pooh was when In my childhood and so was Jo Jo’s circus and Out of the box was from my childhood And another television show that Disney premiered in the UK since January 2019 which is Fancy Nancy Clancy it is known in the UK and T.O.T.S which came to the uk since April 2020

  160. Zachary Gage June 24, 2020

    On OFTEN-REQUESTED TITLES WITH GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY Can You Put Kermit’s Swamp Years Please😀😀😎🐸

  161. Zachary Gage June 24, 2020

    On OFTEN-REQUESTED TITLES WITH GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY Can You Put Kermit’s Swamp Years Please

  162. Zachary Gage June 25, 2020

    What About Born Yesterday 1993

  163. Zachary Gage June 26, 2020

    What About Super Mario Bros 1993

  164. Sam June 26, 2020

    I think "Bridge to Terebithia" is mistakenly in the last category. I believe Disney+ will eventually have it, since it's on the service internationally. How about a list of missing Nat Geo content? :)

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 26, 2020

      But which international services? I don't think Disney owns Bridge to Terabithia worldwide as Summit Entertainment owns full rights to the film in several international markets.

  165. aj erjavec June 27, 2020

    i have 3 movie that disney made for other nations that 2 of witch i not sure was dub in to in to English but disney let to be for sale on digital sides so maybe add to disney plus and there are once upon a warrior zokkomon and the last warrior

  166. Zachary Gage June 27, 2020

    What About Lost In Space tv series 1965-1968 And Goosebumps tv series 1995-1998

  167. Zachary Gage June 28, 2020

    What About Planet of the Apes 2001

  168. Zachary Gage June 29, 2020

    What About Cleopatra 1963 and Batman 1966

  169. Zachary Gage June 29, 2020

    Can You Please Add Marvel’s Cloak And Dragger Freeform (2018-2019) And Kermit’s Swamp Years 2002 Columbia Tristar Starring William Bookston John Hostetter Christian Kebbel Kelly Collins Lintz Cree Summer

  170. Ernesto Chacon June 30, 2020

    With the announcement of X-Men: Days of Future Past, X-Men: Apocalypse, The Peanuts Movie, X-Men, The Greatest Showman, Fantastic Four (2005), The Wolverine, Ice Age Collision Course, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, and Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days can you update their release dates?

  171. Owen Buddery July 3, 2020

    Why Isn’t the little einstins on Disney + it is a Playhouse Disney classic from 2005 to 2009 it was a great show

  172. Owen Buddery July 3, 2020

    The only Disney Junior TV show on the Disney + app in the UK is Fancy Nancy Clancy season 1 season 2, T.O.T.S season 1 , Vampirina Season 2 PJ masks season 3 and season 4 from when it was Playhouse Disney The book of Pooh Season 1 episode 1 to 26 and season 2 episode 1 to 25, PB&J Otter season 1, season 2, season 3 Stanley Season 1,Season 2,season 3 Jo Jo's circus season 1 season 2 and season 3 the Little einsteins UK for the uk and ireland dub the american dub for the US season 1 and season 2 and Bear in the Big Blue House and Out of the box with season 1 season 2 and season 3 and Special agent Oso season 1 and season 2 and why song of the south to be on Disney + it is good Idea for the app in the uk and all around the world

  173. Ernesto Chacon July 5, 2020

    Josh can you Please add Buffy, the Vampire Slayer (20th Century TV, 1997-2003, 7 Seasons) starring Sarah Michelle Gellar; The Golden Girls (ABC, 1985-1992, 7 Seasons) starring Beatrice Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty; Red Band Society (ABC Studios, 2014-2015, 1 season); Glee (20th Century TV, 2009-2015, 6 seasons); New Girl (20th Century TV, 2011-2018, 7 seasons) and Felicity (ABC Studios, 1998-2002, 4 Seasons). I don't care if many commenters say "They are suited for Hulu" I'd say the majority of these shows especially "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer" could appeal to the adults and teen demographic on Disney+, along with the fact that most of them are in the TV-PG/TV-14 rating. Even Buffy was listed on the Disney+ survey for more adult/teen content on the service.

    1. Savage July 5, 2020

      Right. I agree for “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Can you please add that show to that list, please?

  174. Ernesto Chacon July 5, 2020

    Can you remove some PG-13 films on the listing in the next update such as "Murder on the Orient Express", "Assassin's Creed", "Devil's Wear Prada", "Date Night", "The Proposal", "Coyote Ugly", "The Village", "Signs", "Wild Hogs" and "The Prestige"? These PG-13 film titles that seem more suited for Hulu than Disney+.

  175. Jennifer July 5, 2020

    Some movies missing are: Toothless (1997), Eloise at the Plaza (2003) and Eloise at Christmastime (2003). All of which are of course my favorites. :(

  176. Ernesto Chacon July 5, 2020

    Can you remove "Mickey’s House of Villains (2002)" cause it was double posted and it should be listed as just once.

  177. Zachary Gage July 5, 2020

    I Am So Happy That Kermit’s Swamp Years is And Marvel’s Cloak and Dragger But Where Is Fat Albert 2004 And Maybe You Can Put Have A Laugh Mickey Re Micks Shorts and Disney’s Where’s My Water Shorts

    1. Zachary Gage July 5, 2020

      I am So Happy That Kermit’s Swamp Years And Marvel’s Cloak and Dragger Is On The List I Have Some New Shows And Movies Is Fat Albert 2004 20th Century Fox And Mickey Remicks Shorts And Where’s My Water Shorts Disney Zombies 2 2020 And Maybe Put Some Jim Henson Company Like The Star 2017 and Fraggle Rock The Animated Series 1987 The Wubbulous World Of Dr Seuss The Wubbulous World Of Dr Seuss tv Series 1996-1998 Sid The Science Kid 2009-2013 Jim Henson’s Pajanimals 2008-2013 Dinosaur Train 2009-2020 The Doozers 2014-2018 Turkey Hollow 2015 Splash And Bubbles 2016-2018 The Dark Crystal Age Of Resistance 2019-Present

      1. Ernesto Chacon July 6, 2020

        Zachary Gage stop spamming him with all these shows (Fraggle Rock The Animated Series 1987 The Wubbulous World Of Dr Seuss The Wubbulous World Of Dr Seuss tv Series 1996-1998 Sid The Science Kid 2009-2013 Jim Henson’s Pajanimals 2008-2013 Dinosaur Train 2009-2020 The Doozers 2014-2018 Turkey Hollow 2015 Splash And Bubbles 2016-2018 The Dark Crystal Age Of Resistance 2019-Present) When literally Disney has NOTHING to do with them and NOT related to The Muppets

  178. Nikhil July 5, 2020

    Small wonder

  179. aj erjavec July 5, 2020

    I have a couple questions I think there’s at least One more show that should be on the list get Ed it was a Jetex show I think there were some other co productions Should at least be on the last list and one more show I want to talk about miraculous ladybug I mean that’s all does it on Disney Channel around the world should eat at least three mentioned

  180. Ernesto Chacon July 5, 2020

    With the announcement of X-Men: Days of Future Past, X-Men: Apocalypse, The Peanuts Movie, X-Men, The Greatest Showman, Fantastic Four (2005), The Wolverine, Ice Age Collision Course, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, and Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days schedule to be arriving on Disney+ can you update their release dates, in particular X-Men: Days of Future Past, X-Men: Apocalypse, Ice Age Collision Course, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, and Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days cause these five 20th Century Studios films are coming out this month?

  181. Zachary Gage July 5, 2020

    What About Sesame Street Tv series 1969- Present

    1. Ernesto Chacon July 6, 2020

      That's not owned by Disney it's owned by Sesame Workshop. On top of that it's currently airing on HBO Max.

  182. Meghan July 5, 2020

    Would love to see Disney’s Sing-Along Songs on Disney+!

  183. Charlie July 5, 2020

    fantastic 4 2015 is in the US https://www.disneyplus.com/movies/fantastic-four-2015/5AmUT6dHFM4J

  184. Connor Beith July 6, 2020

    Some Jetix originals are missing from the list including W.I.T.C.H., Get Ed, Oban Star Racers, and Pucca, along with Kid Vs. Kat from Disney XD. Other than that it's a great list.

    1. Ernesto Chacon July 6, 2020

      Kid vs Kat is owned 100% by Disney, it's actually owned by Wildbrain (previously DHX Media and Studio B Productions)

      1. Ernesto Chacon July 6, 2020

        Also, I meant Kid vs Kat isn't owned by Disney.

    2. Ernesto Chacon July 24, 2020

      Also, don't count on Pucca airing cause it is currently owned by VOOZ/Wildbrain.

  185. Joseph St Pierre July 6, 2020

    Not going to add Disney Bollywood or other International Disney Content?

  186. Kael Harvey July 6, 2020

    Batman 1966 could be in pre-2012 Fox

  187. Kael Harvey July 6, 2020

    Oh yeah, the first two Power Rangers movies are pre-2012 Fox, and Disney owns the rights to Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2001). Glass is owned by Disney virtually anywhere but US and Canada.

  188. Zachary Gage July 6, 2020

    Can You Please Put Movie The Star 2017 Fraggle Rock The Animated Series 1987 The Wubbulous World Of Dr Seuss Tv series 1996-1998 Sid The Science Kid 2008-2013 Jim Henson’s Pajanimal’s 2008-2013 Dinosaur Train 2009-2020 The Doozer 2014-2018 Turkey Hollow 2015 Splash And Bubbles 2016-2018 The Dark Crystal Age Of Resistance 2019 -Present

    1. Zachary Gage July 7, 2020

      I Am Sorry Ernest Chacon I Saw Your Message Today I Will Try My Best To Find Some Good Movies And Shows What Do You Mean Related To Muppets

      1. Ernesto Chacon July 7, 2020

        Why you keep spamming the comments about adding this specific movie/show when literally NONE of them are owned, produced or distributed by Disney and with the shows/movies you put down, they are ALL owned by the Jim Henson Company and no Disney doesn't have the rights to all the Jim Henson shows/movies (unless if the show was co-produced with Disney such as "Dinosaurs" and the Upcoming "Earth to Ned"). Disney ONLY owns the rights to The Muppets and Bear in the Big Blue House since 2004 after the Henson Company sold the brands off to Disney.

  189. Michelle July 6, 2020

    This list is actually missing quite a number of the Disney Studios movies, you can just look at Wikipedia for a list. Or maybe I’m missing something to explain why those movies weren’t all included. I went blind trying to scan your list for my missing favorites, lol, but these are the ones I’d love to see Disney include that aren’t on your list: The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes Strongest Man in the World Absent Minded Professor All The Love Bug Movies (4-5) Escape From Witch Mountain Return to Witch Mountain Parent Trap with Haley Mills 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea Old Yeller The Shaggy Dog Swiss Family Robinson That Darn Cat The Ugly Dachshund Apple Dumpling Gang Freaky Friday Candleshoe We signed up this week to see Hamilton. If all my favorite movies were there I’d consider keeping my subscription beyond one month.

    1. Gary July 8, 2020

      Michelle, Perhaps you are in a different locale but east coast USA most of the films you listed have been on since it went live last November. Candleshoe was one of the first we watched. Just this week we got around to Ugly Daschund and That Darn Cat. Apple Dumpling 1 and 2, Parent Trap, 20,000 leagues there are 2 Swiss Family movies etc.

    2. Josh July 10, 2020

      The Disney films you list are currently on Disney+... this list is for movies that are missing from the streaming service.

  190. Zachary Gage July 7, 2020

    Are you Mad At Me Ernesto Chacon

  191. Ray July 7, 2020

    "Toothless" from 1997 with Kirstie Alley

  192. Zachary Gage July 7, 2020

    Did You See My Apologize Message Ernesto Chacon I Will Find Some Movies That Owned By Disney The Reason I Get Comments So I Can Find Some Movies And Shows That Are Missing I Didn’t Know Jim Henson Shows Was Owned By The Jim Henson Company but I Did Find Movies And Shows That Owned By Disney Like Hollywood Pictures Films Like Born Yesterday 1993 Super Mario Bros 1993 Disney Shorts Disney ReMicks Shorts 2009-2012 And Where’s My Water Swampy’s Underground Adventures 2012-2013 Disney XD Shows Player Select And Parker Plays Future Worm Shorts 2015 and Future Worm Tv Series 2016-2018 Are You Mad at Me Friend

  193. Heather July 7, 2020

    Please add "The Magical World of Disney" The Leftovers-1986 starring John Denver & "The Magical World of Disney" Bigfoot -1987 starring Candace Cameron

  194. Zachary Gage July 8, 2020

    What About Academy Award Review of Walt Disney Cartoons 1937

  195. Patrick Martin July 9, 2020

    What a great list! I have been looking for the Gallagher series as well as other Wonderful World of Disney titles. I am hoping Disney will have those in not too distant future. They seem to be concentrating on new material rather than the vault stuff. I picked up Disney+ for 3 years and I have been hoping in the past 8 months more old material would show up. I could care less if it is in 4K or not. Just show it in original form is good enough for me. Most of the old stuff has never been been released on VHS or DVD either, so it is impossible to find.

  196. Zachary Gage July 9, 2020

    What About Disney Sing Along Songs 1986-2006

  197. aj erjavec July 10, 2020

    Who does anyone think Futurama ads for movies should be on Disney+ I think they’re on by Disney

  198. aj erjavec July 10, 2020

    What about Bill Nye the science guy isn’t that a Disney show

  199. Zachary Gage July 10, 2020

    What About Zorro The Avenger 1959

  200. Zachary Gage July 11, 2020

    What About The Monkeys Uncle 1965

  201. Zachary Gage July 12, 2020

    What About 20th Century Fox Film Called Batman 1966 and Walt Disney Film Claled La Grande Vadrouille 1966 Also Put Billy Nye The Science Guy tv Series 1993-1998

    1. aj erjavec July 12, 2020

      I’m pretty sure the Batman movie isn’t going to be on this list because you know Warner Bros. owns DC

      1. Kael Harvey July 15, 2020

        While yes, WB owns DC, Disney owns Batman 1966. Something like that on Disney+ would be sure to boost subscribers

        1. Ernesto Chacon July 17, 2020

          You're somewhat correct. While 20th Century Fox owns the licensing rights to the 1960's Batman show, the characters including Batman are owned by DC Comics (owner of the characters, and sister company of Warner Bros.) So that requires deep in the process of sorting out the legalities and licensing situations for this release. Other license issues that are involved, include the music.

          1. Kael Harvey October 11, 2020

            I am a bit late to this reply (I don't actively check the comments here) but I don't think music is an issue, as the Batman Theme by Neil Hefti is owned by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, which is of course owned by Disney now. You can see this in the credits of Ralph Breaks the Internet and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. I have no doubt that the character rights are a mess though.

  202. Zachary Gage July 12, 2020

    There’s A Disney Film Called La Grande Vadrouille 19966

  203. Zachary Gage July 12, 2020

    My Bad I Mean Walt Disney Film Called La Grande Vadrouille

  204. billy July 13, 2020

    Remember Anne Of Green Gables (1985)!

    1. Josh August 2, 2020

      That's a Sullivan Production and available on GazeboTV.com

  205. billy July 13, 2020

    AND Summer of the Monkeys!

  206. billy July 13, 2020

    Anne of Green Gables 1985

  207. Ernesto Chacon July 13, 2020

    Can you remove "Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2003-2005) Lucasfilm, Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky" from the LIVE-ACTION AND ANIMATED TV SERIES (DISNEY LEGACY AND SELECT ABC TITLES)? Because compared to the 2008 CGI Clone Wars series this one isn't 100% owned by Lucasfilm as Cartoon Network Studios was involved in the micro-series for both co-producing and animating the show and this is where I think it's VERY unlikely this will EVER air on Disney+ anytime soon.

    1. aj erjavec July 16, 2020

      So what fantastic four worlds greatest heroes was Co produced By Cartoon Network and that’s on Disney+ so why can’t Star Wars clone wars be on Disney+

      1. Ernesto Chacon July 17, 2020

        WRONG AJ, Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes was actually developed by Moonscope Group, and even if you say Cartoon Network co-produced it, they didn't physically own the show nor was it developed at Cartoon Network Studios.

        1. aj erjavec July 19, 2020

          Even So fox helped create Star Wars clone wars and since Disney owns 2/3 of the things that help to make that show I’m pretty sure they can put it on Disney+

          1. Ernesto Chacon July 19, 2020

            I don't think 20th Century Fox was involved in the Clone Wars microseries as they just the Home Video distributors. Besides, the microseries was co-produced by Cartoon Network studios which will be difficult to have this air on Disney+. I'm not going to continue arguing with you while at the same time making refutes and dismissing my statements AJ.

  208. Zachary Gage July 13, 2020

    Can You Please Put Hollywood Party 1934 Starring the Three stooges and Walt Disney Film The World’s Greatest Athlete 1973

  209. Ernesto Chacon July 13, 2020

    Here are some other shows you can add for next month: Kyle XY (2006-2009, 3 Seasons); The Astronaut Wives Club (2015); The Real O'Neals (2016-2017, 2 Seasons); Wonderfalls (20th Century TV, 2004, 1 Season); The Tick (1994-1996, 3 Seasons); Goosebumps (1995-1998, 4 Seasons); Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? (1994-1999, 4 Seasons); The Bob Newhart Show (1972-1978, 6 Seasons); Still Standing (20th Century TV, 2002-2006, 4 Seasons).

    1. Ernesto Chacon July 13, 2020

      Now The Tick, Goosebumps and Where on Earth is Carmen San Diego? are actually owned by Disney much like the X-Men animated series and Richie Rich's Christmas Wish, both of these aforementioned shows aired on Fox Kids and they owned the Saban Entertainment library. I also would like to suggest Rusty: A Dog's Tale (1998 film)

  210. Owen Buddery July 13, 2020

    This is great to see Disney channel going from sky and virgin media by September this year TV shows that where on Disney junior wich was known as Playhouse Disney The little einstins seasons 1 and 2 with the original us cast and The uk cast Fancy Nancy Clancy season 1 and season 2 T.O.T.S season 1 Vampirina season 2 the Lion Guard season 3 PJ masks season 3 and season 4 Jo Jo’s circus season 1 and 2 and 3 and Bear in the big blue house seasons 1 to 6 PB and J otter seasons 1 to 3 and the book of Pooh seasons 1 to 2 Stanley season 1 to 3

  211. Anne Onimous July 13, 2020

    I think Brave Little Toaster is on Disney+, isn't it?

    1. Ernesto C Chacon July 19, 2020

      Nope, ONLY the sequels. I'm not sure where does the first film fall in cause it doesn't seem that Disney has 100% rights to the film

  212. Zachary Gage July 13, 2020

    What About Special Agent Oso 2009-2012

  213. Zachary Gage July 14, 2020

    What About One Little Indian 1973

  214. Owen Buddery July 14, 2020

    When will Disney Annouce what movies and Disney Junior show to be on Disney + this August for the United Kingdom and Ireland The Horsemasters song of the south and Enchanted are the only Disney movies arn't on Disney + the Disney Junior shows that arn't on Disney + in the UK and Ireland like Fancy Nancy Clancy, TOTS, The little Einstins UK Dub and Mickey mouse mixed up adventures and Sofia the first Once Upon A Princess

  215. Zachary Gage July 15, 2020

    What About The Wiggles Tv Series And Walt Disney Television Films Called beyond Witch Mountain 1982 and Escape To Witch Mountain 1995

    1. Ernesto Chacon July 15, 2020

      Disney doesn't OWN the Wiggles.

  216. Ernesto Chacon July 15, 2020

    Here's a Disney special that could work well on Disney+: "Funny, You Don't Look 200 - A Constitutional Vaudeville" (1987 Television special)

  217. Zachary Gage July 16, 2020

    What About The Best Of Walt Disney’s True Life Adventures 1975

  218. Zachary Gage July 17, 2020

    What About Take Down 1979

  219. Zachary Gage July 18, 2020

    Since Disney Plus Is Going To Put The Peanuts Movie In August 7th Maybe Disney Plus Can Add Charlie Brown TV Specials And The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show 1983-1985 Peanuts Motion Comics Tv series 2008 Peanuts Tv series 2016 Snoopy in Space tv series 2019 A Boy Named Charlie Brown 1969 Snoopy Come Home 1972 Race For Your Life Charlie Brown 1977 Bon Voyage Charlie Brown 1980

    1. Ernesto Chacon July 18, 2020

      Disney doesn't own the rights to The Peanuts franchise, it's ONLY The Peanuts Movie (Blue Sky) through the Fox acquisition. Just like how they don't own the rights to Garfield and Alvin and the Chipmunks, but own ONLY the Live-Action film adaptations of them.

  220. aj erjavec July 19, 2020

    I have four shows Then I’m wondering if they would count for Disney+ and they are Sabrina the teenage witch Sabrina the animated series you wish and teen angel I’ll be honest teen angel and you wish our only because the crossover with Sabrina and boy meets world

    1. Ernesto Chacon July 19, 2020

      Disney doesn't own Sabrina the teenage witch and Sabrina the animated series. The former is OWNED by especially ViacomCBS and the latter show is currently owned by DHX Media/Wildbrain which have the rights to the Cookie Jar/DiC Library catalog.

      1. aj erjavec July 19, 2020

        Two things one I mostly wanted to teen angel and you were just for the crossover they had with boy meets world and Sabrina and to Sabrina had a episode where they went to Disney world I’m pretty sure Disney would want to have a show that has one of their biggest Part of the revenue

        1. Ernesto Chacon July 19, 2020

          And again, Disney doesn't own the rights to Sabrina the teenage witch and Sabrina the animated series.

          1. aj erjavec July 19, 2020

            What about the other two shows teen angel and you wish

        2. Ernesto Chacon July 20, 2020

          Teen Angel and You Wish are owned by ABC Studios which is owned by Disney. Again, if a show is produced and developed by Disney and it's subsidiaries (ABC Studios/Touchstone Television, 20th Century Television) then they own it, but if they did NOT produce/develop a particular show or movie that is owned by an outside production company (e.g. Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Pretty Little Liars, The Middle, The Goldbergs, My Babysitter's a Vampire, Life with Derek, "Sister, Sister", Hotel Transylvania: The Series etc..) and just air the show then they don't own it/

          1. aj erjavec July 21, 2020

            For Sabrina and sister sister The company that helped make those shows has worked with Disney and lots of other projects including a diary of a future president and the upcoming life and deaf so they’re making a deal to let Shows that they were done with Disney or ABC be on Disney+ is not out of the realm of possibilities

          2. Ernesto Chacon July 24, 2020

            PJ Masks, Bluey, Gigantosaurus and Miraculous Ladybug are the exceptions but again, Disney+ is only interested in creating original content from their OWN Library content (e.g. Disney, ABC, Marvel, Lucasfilm, Pixar, 20th Century Studios) on the service or acquiring shows from an outside production company that fits within the service and that interests them (e.g. Diary of a Future President & the upcoming "Life and Deaf" from CBS Studios; Earth to Ned from The Jim Henson Company; Clouds). Once again, I don't think Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Sabrina the Animated series, "Sister, Sister", Pretty Little Liars, The Middle, Pushing Daisies, The Goldbergs, My Babysitter's a Vampire, Life with Derek, Hotel Transylvania: The Series will ever be on Disney+ like at all. Secondly aside from PJ Masks, Bluey, Gigantosaurus and soon Miraculous Ladybug I don't think they are interested in acquiring streaming rights of certain shows (e.g. "Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Sabrina the Animated series, "Sister, Sister") from an outside production company when compared to HBO Max and Peacock.

        3. Ernesto Chacon July 22, 2020

          But you're missing the big picture, just because Diary of a Future President and the upcoming "life and deaf" being produced by CBS Television Studios and airing on Disney+ doesn't necessarily mean that Sabrina and "Sister Sister" will ALSO air on the service as well because again, and last time saying this, if a show is produced and developed by Disney and it's subsidiaries (ABC Studios/Touchstone Television, 20th Century Television) like Boy Meets World, Lost, Desperate Housewives, Golden Girls, Modern Family, among many others then they own the show, but if they did NOT produce/develop a particular show or movie (with some exceptions) that is owned by an outside production company (e.g. Warner Bro.s Television, Sony Pictures Television, CBS Television studios) such as Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Pretty Little Liars, The Middle, Pushing Daisies, The Goldbergs, My Babysitter's a Vampire, Life with Derek, "Sister, Sister", Hotel Transylvania: The Series, and air the show on Disney Channel or ABC then they don't own the full rights to the series. The reason Diary and the upcoming "Life and Deaf" are airing on Disney+ was a decision made by the production company CBS Television studios and the people at Disney+ who gave it a go as it felt family-friendly on the service.

          1. aj erjavec July 23, 2020

            I was trying to say that maybe they can make a deal so it should at least be on the last category plus with miraculous ladybug coming and PJ masks being on there which I don’t think we’re made by Disney pin on Disney+ or coming in miraculous his case but to be fair the only episode I can’t see them not putting on there is one episode and season 7 One for house Sabrina has been transformed into and two for the Scooby Doo appearance so can we at least say Sabrina should at least be on The category which is unlikely to be on Disney+ but we wouldn’t mind if it was

          2. Ernesto Chacon July 24, 2020

            @AJ Erjavec Finally keep in mind that ViacomCBS is planning to launch a larger premium streaming offering, combining CBS All Access with content from Paramount Pictures, the Domestic Media Networks division, and Pluto TV. Even it's set to include a library of 30,000 television series episodes and up to 1,000 film titles from Paramount's film and television divisions and CBS Television Distribution so don't count on Sabrina and Sister, Sister coming to Disney+.

          3. Ernesto Chacon July 25, 2020

            @AJ Erjavec PJ Masks, Bluey, Gigantosaurus and Miraculous Ladybug are the exceptions but again, Disney+ is only interested in creating original content from their OWN Library content (e.g. Disney, ABC, Marvel, Lucasfilm, Pixar, 20th Century Studios) on the service or acquiring shows from an outside production company that fits within the service and that interests them (e.g. Diary of a Future President & the upcoming "Life and Deaf" from CBS Studios; Earth to Ned from The Jim Henson Company; Clouds). Once again, I don't think Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Sabrina the Animated series, "Sister, Sister", Pretty Little Liars, The Middle, Pushing Daisies, The Goldbergs, My Babysitter's a Vampire, Life with Derek, Hotel Transylvania: The Series will ever be on Disney+ like at all. Secondly aside from PJ Masks, Bluey, Gigantosaurus and soon Miraculous Ladybug I don't think they are interested in acquiring streaming rights of certain shows (e.g. "Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Sabrina the Animated series, "Sister, Sister") from an outside production company when compared to HBO Max and Peacock. Finally, just so you know, ViacomCBS is planning to launch a larger premium streaming offering, combining CBS All Access with content from Paramount Pictures, the Domestic Media Networks division, and Pluto TV. Even it's set to include a library of 30,000 television series episodes and up to 1,000 film titles from Paramount's film and television divisions and CBS Television Distribution so don't count on Sabrina and Sister, Sister coming to Disney+.

  221. Savage July 19, 2020

    Add Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and The Golden Girls

  222. Zachary Gage July 19, 2020

    What About TrenchCoat 1983

  223. Zachary Gage July 20, 2020

    What About 20th Century Fox Film Called Bus Stop 1936

  224. Zachary Gage July 21, 2020

    20th Century Fox Film Steamboat Round The Bend 1935

  225. Zachary Gage July 22, 2020

    20th Century Fox Film Called Thanks A Million 1935

  226. aj erjavec July 25, 2020

    Does anyone else think with all the marvel movies that were released by Fox that are coming to Disney+ that the HBO deal parts to be taken down Also should Disney put Film versions of the original Broadway shows on Disney+ Also if a Show was called produced by Jetix Or Disney XD would that show qualified at least for the bottom section for this list

  227. Zachary Gage July 25, 2020

    What About The Magical World Of Disney tv series 1954-1991

  228. Zachary Gage July 25, 2020

    What About Pup Academy tv Series 2019

  229. Zachary Gage July 26, 2020

    What About Charlie Chan’s Fox Films And 20th Century Fox Flims On Disney Plus too

  230. Zachary Gage July 27, 2020

    What About Have A Laugh Disney Remicks Shorts and Where’s My Water?: Swampy’s Underground Adventures Shorts 2012-2013

  231. Zachary Gage July 28, 2020

    What About Disney Channel Show Called So Random 2011-2012

    1. aj erjavec July 28, 2020

      So random is on there but it’ Sonny with a chance season three

  232. Zachary Gage July 31, 2020

    What About LILO and Stitch The series

    1. RED August 1, 2020

      It been on Disney+ since the launch.

  233. Zachary Gage July 31, 2020

    I Saw Your Comment AJ Erjavec about So Random On Sonny With a Chance Season 3

  234. Zachary Gage July 31, 2020

    What About Marvel’s Daredevil And Other Marvel Netflix Shows You Can Make It Censored and Change The Rated TV-14 Make It Family Friendly

    1. Ernesto Chacon July 31, 2020

      Those shows are owned by Netflix and staying there. Disney and Marvel will acquire the rights to the characters after two years after the end of their shows, but the rights to the Netflix Marvel shows are owned by Netflix.

  235. Ernesto Chacon July 31, 2020

    Here is another series you could add "Ohh Nooo! Mr. Bill Presents" (20th Century TV, 1998-1999, 1 Season) it aired on the Fox Family channel and is produced by 20th Century Television.

  236. Zachary Gage August 1, 2020

    What About Lego Marvel Super Heroes Maximum Overload 2013 and Lego Marvel Super Heroes Avengers Reassembled 2015 Lego Marvel Super Heroes Guardians of the Galaxy The Thanos Threat 2017 Lego Marvel Super Heroes Black Panther Trouble in Wakanda 2018 Lego Spider-Man Vexed By Venom 2019

  237. RED August 1, 2020

    I notice that on the touchstone pictures list is missing Adam Sandler’s film The Waterboy. It should be fine to be streaming on Disney+.

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 2, 2020

      I agree it's PG-13, and when compared to the other PG-13 Touchstone Pictures films like Armaggedon, Coyote Ugly, Signs, The Village, The Proposal, A Lot Like Love, Jumper, and Wild Hogs which seem more suited for Hulu, this could be an ideal fit for Disney+.

  238. Zachary Gage August 2, 2020

    What About Touchstone Film Called Country 1984

  239. Savage August 3, 2020

    Seriously, how aren’t you adding “Buffy the Vampire Slayer?” That show is rated TV-PG/TV-14, similar ratings to “The Simpsons.” There are certain shows like “The Simpsons” that may seem better suited for Hulu but they’re still added on to D+. Even there was a survey hints that show may be coming in a future. There is nothing wrong with “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” That show is very binge-worthy, DEFINITELY should a WIN for D+, and could appeal to older audiences. Can you PLEASE add “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” on the list?

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 3, 2020

      I agree. Josh why aren't you adding Buffy, the Vampire Slayer and Golden Girls?!?!? 🤨🤨

  240. Ernesto Chacon August 3, 2020

    Josh Shepherd can you move "Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2003-2005) Lucasfilm, Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky" from the LIVE-ACTION AND ANIMATED TV SERIES (DISNEY LEGACY AND SELECT ABC TITLES) to the "OFTEN-REQUESTED TITLES WITH GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY" category? Because compared to the 2008 CGI Clone Wars series this one isn't 100% owned by Lucasfilm as Cartoon Network Studios was involved in the micro-series for both co-producing and animating the show, plus it's not listed on the Lucasfilm website nor is it Star Wars Canon.

    1. aj erjavec August 3, 2020

      For Star Wars clone wars I don’t think Cartoon Network really going to complain Because Disney has way more money than them Plus when Disney bought marvel and Star Wars they basically let the shows they were still ongoing basically fizzled out to avoid Disney so I’m pretty sure Star Wars clone wars is viable for Disney+

      1. Ernesto Chacon August 3, 2020

        Again AJ, I'm not going to continue listening to your arguments and your refutes, the microseries while co-produced by Lucasfilm, it was co-produced by Cartoon Network studios I see this falling under "Do they own this series Physically?". On top of that compared to the Ewoks TV movies, and the Droids and Ewoks cartoon shows which have a very likely chance to appear on Disney+, I don't think the micro series will have a chance to be on Disney+

    2. Tiffany August 3, 2020

      Isnt dancing with the stars owned by abc? They promote disney frequently and disney plus when it came out. Would love to see it on the service as I see it as a bingeable series (28 seasons) and is family friendly

      1. Ernesto Chacon August 3, 2020

        Dancing with the Stars is owned/produced by BBC Studios not ABC Studios so it should be under "OFTEN-REQUESTED TITLES WITH GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY"

  241. Ernesto Chacon August 3, 2020

    Josh Shepherd can you Please, please and please add Buffy, the Vampire Slayer (20th Century TV, 1997-2003, 7 Seasons) starring Sarah Michelle Gellar; The Golden Girls (ABC, 1985-1992, 7 Seasons) starring Beatrice Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty; Red Band Society (ABC Studios, 2014-2015, 1 season); Glee (20th Century TV, 2009-2015, 6 seasons); New Girl (20th Century TV, 2011-2018, 7 seasons) and Felicity (ABC Studios, 1998-2002, 4 Seasons), Kyle XY (2006-2009, 3 Seasons); The Astronaut Wives Club (2015); The Real O'Neals (2016-2017, 2 Seasons); Wonderfalls (20th Century TV, 2004, 1 Season); The Tick (1994-1996, 3 Seasons); Goosebumps (1995-1998, 4 Seasons); The Bob Newhart Show (1972-1978, 6 Seasons) and Still Standing (20th Century TV, 2002-2006, 4 Seasons) to your future listing. I don't care if many commenters including yourself say "They are suited for Hulu" I'd say the majority of these shows especially "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer" and "The Golden Girls" could appeal to the adults and teen demographic on Disney+, along with the fact that most of them are in the TV-PG/TV-14 rating. Even Buffy was listed on the Disney+ survey for more adult/teen content on the service released a few months ago. Also, you think could add "Ohh Nooo! Mr. Bill Presents" (20th Century TV, 1998-1999, 1 Season) it aired on the Fox Family channel and is produced by 20th Century Television?

  242. Ernesto Chacon August 3, 2020

    Can you remove "The Proposal" and "Murder on the Orient Express" on the list in your next update? Even if both of these films are rated PG-13, the content and the scenes displayed in the film especially in Murder on the Orient Express seem more suited to air on Hulu than say Disney+.

  243. Ernesto Chacon August 3, 2020

    Can you add this Disney special in your next update, it's called "Funny, You Don't Look 200 - A Constitutional Vaudeville" (1987 Television special)?

  244. Ernesto Chacon August 3, 2020

    Also, you think you can remove "Big Momma's House" on the list in the next update? Cause while it's PG-13 the content and humor might not fit Disney+ and seem more suited for Hulu.

  245. Connor Beith August 3, 2020

    Interesting that some of the stuff in the "Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" list were moved into the other categories like Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003), also glad Yin Yang Yo! was added. Though it'd be cool if Super Mario Bros. (1993) was put in the Hollywood Pictures category or "Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" and maybe Get Ed, W.I.T.C.H., and other Jetix shows in "Live-Action and Animated TV Series" or "Global Rights Not Owned By Disney".

    1. aj erjavec August 3, 2020

      For get Ed which and a few other Jetix I think Disney might on a big chunk of the rights for one get Ed is in the same category as super robot monkey team hyper Force go And yin Yang yo so Disney can put that on Disney+ Witch and atom We’re coproduced by Jetix Europe And a company that Was replaced Walt Disney Company France so I’m pretty sure Disney can put it on Disney+ and I think Disney can put much of the saban Library on Disney+ because unless it says otherwise Disney owns the entire library

      1. Ernesto Chacon August 3, 2020

        The ONLY Jetix shows that are 100% owned by Disney are Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper Force Go (currently on Disney+), Get Ed, Yin Yang Yo, W.I.T.C.H (co-produced by Jetix Europe; Also based on a Disney Italian comic), and A.T.O.M. (another series co-produced by Jetix Europe) so these shows have a chance to be on Disney+. Ōban Star-Racers and Combo Niños are in the Grey area but these shows could appear it just comes down to the owners as they were developed by another company and not Just Jetix Europe. As for Monster Warriors, Galactik Football, Shuriken School, Team Galaxy, Monster Buster Club, Captain Flamingo, Dragon Booster, Pucca, Kid vs. Kat, Jimmy Two-Shoes, mainly the latter 3 shows I'm pretty sure they aren't 100% owned by Disney/Jetix and unlikely will EVER be on Disney+.

        1. aj erjavec August 4, 2020

          What about the Saban Library there are lots of stuff there that unless it’s set otherwise I think does the owns it so they can put on Disney+ the marvel shows saban Made there on Disney+ So why can’t they be on Disney+ so do you think they could become it’s own list

          1. Ernesto Chacon August 4, 2020

            Disney doesn't own the rights to Power Rangers and Digimon anymore as they're now owned by Hasbro (for PR) and Toe Animation (for Digimon) respectively. I'm also certain they don't own Pigs Next Door, Wowser Iznogoud, Walter Melon, Bobby's World, The international distribution rights to the pre-1990 DiC Entertainment library reverted to DiC in the 2000s. This library is now owned by WildBrain through Cookie Jar Entertainment, Many of Saban's anime licenses, such as Macron 1, Noozles, Flint the Time Detective, The Littl' Bits and Saban's The Adventures of Pinocchio, What's with Andy? and The Kids from Room 402 so those aren't coming to Disney+

          2. Ernesto Chacon August 4, 2020

            However, the only Saban Entertainment properties Disney currently owns from their acquisition of Saban Entertainment in 2001 are the Marvel shows (e.g. X-Men, Spider-Man (1994), The Incredible Hulk, Silver Surfer, Spider-Man Unlimited; Currently on Disney+), Ritchie Rich's Christmas Wish (which is also on Disney+), Rusty: A Dog's Tale (1998), Casper Meets Wendy (1998), Addams Family Reunion (1998), The Tick (1994 animated series), and interestingly enough they also own the rights to Digimon: The Movie (2000) and Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2001 Anime TV series).

          3. aj erjavec August 5, 2020

            I was going on the Saban Wikipedia page which has a section dedicated to the library and there are several things that Disney is still owns so they can be put on Disney+ I think a fun thing to do is to figure out which of the saban things that can be put on Disney+

          4. Ernesto Chacon August 6, 2020

            @AJ As I said in my previous posting, Disney doesn't own the rights to Power Rangers and Digimon anymore as they're now owned by Hasbro (for PR) and Toe Animation (for Digimon) respectively. They also don't own Pigs Next Door, Wowser Iznogoud, Walter Melon, Bobby's World, The international distribution rights to the pre-1990 DiC Entertainment library, Many of Saban's anime licenses, such as Macron 1, Noozles, Flint the Time Detective, The Littl' Bits and Saban's The Adventures of Pinocchio, and finally What's with Andy? and The Kids from Room 402 so those are the ONLY Saban properties not coming to Disney+ due to different ownerships. The only Saban Entertainment properties Disney currently owns from their acquisition of Saban Entertainment back in 2001 from the top of my head are the Marvel animated shows (e.g. X-Men, Spider-Man (1994), The Incredible Hulk, Silver Surfer, Spider-Man Unlimited, etc.; Currently on Disney+), Ritchie Rich's Christmas Wish (which is also on Disney+), Rusty: A Dog's Tale (1998), Casper Meets Wendy (1998), Addams Family Reunion (1998), The Tick (1994 animated series), Digimon: The Movie (2000) and Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2001 Anime TV series)

    2. Ernesto Chacon August 3, 2020

      @ConnorBeith Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003) has been moved from the "Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" since last month, personally it should be moved back to the "OFTEN-REQUESTED TITLES WITH GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY" category. the Clone Wars micro-series while co-produced by Lucasfilm, it was co-produced by Cartoon Network studios I see this falling under "Do they own this series Physically?", on top of that compared to the Ewoks TV movies, and the Droids and Ewoks cartoon shows which have a very likely chance to appear on Disney+, I don't think the micro-series will have a chance to be on Disney+

  246. Zachary Gage August 4, 2020

    What About Baby Secret Of the Lost Legend 1985 Touchstone Film

  247. aj erjavec August 4, 2020

    There are two Saban Shows the realization that I am not sure if they Could be on Disney+ Mystic knights of tir na nog and the new Addams family for the mystic knights I’m not sure if if Saban Successor group ever got the rights to it along with the new Addams family

  248. JD August 4, 2020

    What about Emmet Otter's Jug Band? (Muppets) Definitely muppet related as the original broadcast has Kermit as narrator at the beginning and ending.

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 6, 2020

      Actually that special is still owned by the Jim Henson Companu

  249. Zachary Gage August 5, 2020

    What About Disney Film Called My Science Project 1985 and What About 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment Tv Show Called That 70s Show tv series 1998-2006

    1. aj erjavec August 5, 2020

      That 70s show will be on Hulu too sexual for Disney+

      1. Ernesto Chacon August 6, 2020

        @AJ Erjavec Actually "That 70s Show" was not developed by 20th Century Television like most of us thought it was as literally the show was owned and produced by Carsey-Werner Productions.

    2. Ernesto Chacon August 6, 2020

      That 70's Show isn't actually owned by 20th Century Fox television, it's owned by Carsey-Werner Productions.

  250. Griselda Olivarez August 5, 2020

    I think there’s a Tinkerbell movie still missing and Pucca

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 6, 2020

      Pucca isn't 100% owned by Disney as literally VOOZ/Wildbrain owns the rights to the show.

  251. Daniel Pedersen August 5, 2020

    Star Wars the Clone Wars are not missing even though the list says so

      1. Ernesto Chacon August 6, 2020

        Although the microseries does fall under "Do they own this series Physically?", on top of that compared to the Ewoks TV movies, and the Droids and Ewoks cartoon shows which have a very likely chance to appear on Disney+, I don't think the micro-series will have a chance to be on Disney+. So personally it needs to move under the "OFTEN-REQUESTED TITLES WITH GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY".

        1. aj erjavec August 6, 2020

          For those who question For the global rights of Star Wars clone wars I think they’re open several examples when where the fans have asked for someone to sue Disney because they thought they were ripping off another property and the companies who made the shows of people if they were being ripped off said no because I didn’t want to deal with Disney’s lawyers so I think Star Wars clone wars has a chance to be on Disney+

          1. Ernesto Chacon August 7, 2020

            Again, the Clone Wars micro-series while co-produced by Lucasfilm, it was co-produced by Cartoon Network studios I see this falling under "Do they own this series Physically?". I like the series but when compared to the Ewoks TV movies, and the Droids and Ewoks cartoon shows which have a very likely chance to appear on Disney+, I don't think the micro-series will have a chance to be on Disney+ nor have Disney and Lucasfilm pay ANY attention to it.

      2. Daniel Pedersen August 6, 2020

        Oh wow, I thought you meant the clone wars that got a new season. Never even heard of the 2d series before I found the Wikipedia page (I would clarify in the post that its the other clone wars series also made by Lucasfilm)

  252. Zachary Gage August 6, 2020

    What About The Spectacular Spider-Man tv series 2008-2009

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 6, 2020

      Unlike the other Marvel Spider-Man shows that are airing on Disney+ (Spider-Man 1994, Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends, Ultimate Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2017), both the MTV Spider-Man show and The Spectacular Spider-Man are owned by Sony Pictures Television not Marvel/Marvel Television.

      1. aj erjavec August 7, 2020

        Plus I think the MTV Spiderman might be too mature for Disney+

  253. Zachary Gage August 7, 2020

    What About Disney Channel Voices As Told By Disney Emoji Shorts Be Your Best Snack Down Shorts TouchStone Film Called Off Beat 1986 and What About 20th Century Fox Films Called Home Alone 3 1997 and Home Alone The Holiday Heist 2012 What About Hollywood Pictures Arachnophobia 1990

  254. aj erjavec August 7, 2020

    Here all the Saban Shows I think Disney owns so Can Be put on Disney+ Kid n play Video Power Little shop tenko And the guardians of Magic Little mouse on the prairie bureau of alien Detectors The secret files of the spy dogs The secret files of the spy dogs xyber nine new dawn NASCAR racers action man Mad scientist toon Club sweet Valley high breaker high mystic knights of tir na nog The new Addams family and los Luchadores

  255. Zachary Gage August 9, 2020

    What About Glee tv Series 2009-2015

  256. Zachary Gage August 10, 2020

    What About Prison Break tv series 2005-2017

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 10, 2020

      Prison Break looks more suited for Hulu than Disney+

  257. […] franchises in limbo. Simultaneously, hundreds of PG-13-and-below properties are reportedly also not on the service, and their inclusion in the future is uncertain. Potentially adding to the issue is a recent report […]

  258. Ernesto Chacon August 10, 2020

    In the next update, can you include Old Dogs in the list cause while the film is available in some Disney+ services in international countries it is not on the US Disney+ due to HBO Max holding the streaming rights until 2022?

  259. Ernesto Chacon August 10, 2020

    Can you remove The Orville (20th Century TV, 2017-present) from under the "Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)" section to the "Likely Future Additions on Hulu/Star Streaming Services"? Because for one it is currently airing on Hulu (with its upcoming 3rd season set to air) and second I'd expect this one to be on their upcoming international streaming service "Star". I'd also recommend moving Star Wars: Clone Wars the Micro animated series Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky to the "OFTEN-REQUESTED TITLES WITH GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY" section because literally that series is in the grey area in terms of Ownership as neither Disney nor Lucasfilm themselves never talk about it nor does the latter production company have this listed on their website.

  260. Ernesto Chacon August 10, 2020

    I appreciate that you finally included the "Likely Future Additions on Hulu/Star Streaming Services" section on the page cause literally there was a debate on certain films owned by Disney like "Murder on the Orient Express", "Assassin's Creed", "Devil's Wear Prada", "Date Night", "The Proposal", "Coyote Ugly", "The Village", "Signs", and "Wild Hogs" going to either Disney+, Hulu or both despite being rated PG-13. However, I would like to suggest a couple of changes for the next update. The Tick (1994 animated) and Goosebumps need to both move from the "Likely Future Additions on Hulu/Star Streaming Services" to the "Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)" section as both of these aforementioned shows aired on Fox Kids and they looked more suitable on Disney+ as they are rated TV-Y7.

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 12, 2020

      Don't forget to move The Tick (1994 Animated TV series) to the "Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)" section as that show aired on Fox Kids, was produced by Saban International and is more suitable on Disney+ as it is rated TV-Y7.

  261. Ernesto Chacon August 10, 2020

    Can you re-add "Assassin's Creed" (2016), "The Devil Wears Prada" (2006), "Date Night" (2010), "Coyote Ugly" (Touchstone, 2000), "The Village" (Touchstone, 2004), "Signs" (Touchstone, 2002), and "Wild Hogs" (Touchstone, 2005) to the "Likely Future Additions on Hulu/Star Streaming Services" section while also adding in "Dark Water" (Touchstone, 2005), "Shopgirl" (Touchstone, 2005), "Pretty Woman" (Touchstone, 1990), "A Lot Like Love" (Touchstone, 2005), and "Flightplan" (Touchstone, 2005)?

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 10, 2020

      Never Mind you added in Signs but please re-add "Assassin's Creed" (2016), "The Devil Wears Prada" (2006), "Date Night" (2010), "Coyote Ugly" (Touchstone, 2000), "The Village" (Touchstone, 2004), and "Wild Hogs" (Touchstone, 2005) to the "Likely Future Additions on Hulu/Star Streaming Services" section in your next update.

    2. Ernesto Chacon August 10, 2020

      Also please add in JoJo Rabbit (2019) Directed by Taika Waititi, released by Searchlight Pictures to the "Likely Future Additions on Hulu/Star Streaming Services" section in your next update.

  262. Ernesto Chacon August 10, 2020

    Can you move Monte Carlo (2011), The Three Stooges (2012), Life of Pi (2012), The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013), and The Book of Life (2014) to the 20th Century Films section for the next update? The majority of these films are rated PG and seem more suited to air on Disney+ than say Hulu/Star.

  263. Ernesto Chacon August 10, 2020

    While although the majority of them I'm listing are already available on Hulu do you think you can add in 24 (20th Century TV, 2001-2010, 9 Seasons), The X-Files (20th Century TV, 1993-2002; 2016-2018, 11 Seasons) Bones (20th Century TV, 2005-2017, 12 Seasons), NYPD Blue (20th Century TV, 2001-2010, 9 Seasons), Empire (20th Century TV, 2015-2020, 6 Seasons), Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23 (ABC, 2012-2013; 2 Seasons) Starring Krysten Ritter, Lost (ABC, 2004-2010, 6 Seasons), Desperate Housewives (ABC, 2004-2012, 6 Seasons), Revenge (ABC, 2011-2015, 4 Seasons), Scandal (ABC, 2012-2015, 7 Seasons), Castle (ABC, 2009-2016, 8 Seasons), and How to Get Way with Murder (ABC, 2014-2020, 6 Seasons) to the "Likely Future Additions on Hulu/Star Streaming Services"?

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 13, 2020

      Also, Typo error on NYPD Blue as the show began and ended on 1993 not 2005. So it should be NYPD Blue (20th Century TV, 1993-2005, 12 Seasons),

  264. Ernesto Chacon August 10, 2020

    Can you move The Tick (1994 animated) and Goosebumps from the "Likely Future Additions on Hulu/Star Streaming Services" to the "Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)" section as both of these aforementioned shows aired on Fox Kids and they are family-friendly titles that would work well on the Disney+ service as they are rated TV-Y7.

    1. aj erjavec August 12, 2020

      I don’t think Disney owns the rights to To the goosebumps show I think that’s owned by the company that made the books also help made the TV show

      1. Ernesto Chacon August 12, 2020

        Said the person who still argues that Star Wars: Clone Wars (the 2D Microseries) is owned by Disney/Lucasfilm which they don't. Even if Goosebumps is a Scholastic property the producers of the show from the 1990's was produced by 20th Century TV.

        1. aj erjavec August 12, 2020

          Scholastic Has been involved in pretty much every one of the many adaptations of their properties so I find it unlikely I will be on Disney+

          1. Ernesto Chacon August 12, 2020

            Again it aired on Fox Kids, it was distributed by 20th Century TV, it still could air on the service unless said so otherwise. Besides, you have other film tv adaptations of Scholastic properties owned by the distributor of that particular film or show (e.g. Universal/Dreamworks Animation for Captain Underpants, Sony Pictures for the Goosebumps films). I'm not going to continue arguing with you again as literally you were the same person who wanted Star Wars: Clone Wars (the 2D Micro series) to appear on the Disney+ service when literally Disney/Lucasfilm don't own it 100% and show little care over it, along with the fact that Cartoon Network Studios did the animation.

  265. Zachary Gage August 11, 2020

    What About This Is Us 2016-Present

  266. Zachary Gage August 12, 2020

    What About Arrested Development 2003-Present

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 12, 2020

      While although a 20th Century Fox property Netflix has been owning the rights of this series in perpetuity.

  267. Dot August 13, 2020

    Would it be possible to add Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken and the Broadway version of Anastasia? I'd love it if these could be added to the service! Thank You.

  268. Dorothy August 13, 2020

    A few are missing such as Wild Heart's Can't Be Broken and the Broadway version of Anastasia. Thank You!

  269. Zachary Gage August 13, 2020

    What About Family Guy 1999-Present The Cleveland Show 2009-2013 American Dad 2005-Present Bordertown 2016 tv series It Can Be On Hulu Area Where Missing Hulu Shows On What’s On Disney Plus.com

  270. aj erjavec August 13, 2020

    About goosebumps Disney does that on any of the production companies that made the TV show add said someone got into a big heated argument with me about whether or not Sabrina the teenage witch can be on Disney+ because Disney did it all the companies that produce it I think Goosebumps has apparently just as likely to chat as Sabrina

    1. aj erjavec August 13, 2020

      I was trying to say Disney does not own The production companies That made goosebumps And since someone on here has made a big list of Shows that aired on Disney own Networks that are unlikely to be on Disney+ because their production companies are not own by disney

      1. Ernesto Chacon August 13, 2020

        Said someone who wanted Sabrina the Teenage Witch and the 2d Clone Wars microseries on Disney+ when they don't own it. Seriously you're missing the big picture AJ, PJ Masks, Bluey, Gigantosaurus and Miraculous Ladybug are the exceptions but again, Disney+ is only interested in creating original content from their OWN Library content (e.g. Disney, ABC, Marvel, Lucasfilm, Pixar, 20th Century Studios) on the service or acquiring shows from an outside production company that fits within the service and that interests them (e.g. Diary of a Future President & the upcoming "Life and Deaf" from CBS Studios; Earth to Ned from The Jim Henson Company; Clouds; Black Beauty from Constantin Film). Once again, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Sabrina the Animated series, "Sister, Sister", Pretty Little Liars, The Middle, Pushing Daisies, The Goldbergs, My Babysitter's a Vampire, Life with Derek, Hotel Transylvania: The Series will never be on Disney+ like at all. Secondly aside from PJ Masks, Bluey, Gigantosaurus and soon Miraculous Ladybug I don't think Disney are interested in acquiring streaming rights of certain shows (e.g. "Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Sabrina the Animated series, "Sister, Sister") from an outside production company when compared to HBO Max and Peacock. Finally, just so you know, ViacomCBS is planning to launch a larger premium streaming offering, combining CBS All Access with content from Paramount Pictures, the Domestic Media Networks division, and Pluto TV. Even it's set to include a library of 30,000 television series episodes and up to 1,000 film titles from Paramount's film and television divisions and CBS Television Distribution so don't count on Sabrina and Sister, Sister coming to Disney+, of course, "Sister, Sister" will be on Netflix next month.

        1. aj erjavec August 14, 2020

          The point I was trying to make was the goosebumps is unlikely to be on Disney+ because it’s not from production companies that Disney owns

          1. Ernesto Chacon August 14, 2020

            And again I get that. I just thought 20th Century TV also produced the 1990's Goosbumps series. Lastly and last time, I also think the Clone Wars 2D Micro series is unlikely to be on Disney+

          2. aj erjavec August 14, 2020

            Sorry about that but your last comment didn’t exactly give the implication do you understand why am I was saying plus I do have another comment up there that has all the Saban Shows I think can be on Disney+ after all unless it said otherwise Disney does own the library

          3. Ernesto Chacon August 14, 2020

            The ONLY Saban properties that Disney owns from their acquisition of Saban Entertainment in 2002 are the Marvel shows (e.g. X-Men, Spider-Man (1994), The Incredible Hulk, Silver Surfer, Spider-Man Unlimited; Currently on Disney+), Ritchie Rich's Christmas Wish (which is also on Disney+), Rusty: A Dog's Tale (1998), Casper Meets Wendy (1998), Addams Family Reunion (1998), The Tick (1994 animated series), Digimon: The Movie (2000), Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2001 Anime TV series) along with the ones that you mentioned in the other post: Kid n play, Video Power, Little shop, Tenko and the Guardians of Magic, Little mouse on the prairie, bureau of alien Detectors, The secret files of the spy dogs, Xyber 9: New Dawn, NASCAR racers, Action Man, Mad Scientist Toon Club, Sweet Valley High, Breaker High, Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog, The New Addams Family, and Los Luchadores. So yeah those do have a chance it just will come down to HQ versions of these shows

          4. aj erjavec August 14, 2020

            Hey do you think Disney will make a deal with Hasbro for PJ masks And several And several Saban Properties For Hasbro to finally release Robots in disguise on DVD Also how cool would it be if they made a deal to allow Hasbro characters in the MCU because at least G.I. Joe had transformers do have marvel roots

  271. JBW August 13, 2020

    Sidekicks(1986)/ The Last Electric Knight

  272. Ernesto Chacon August 13, 2020

    Can you update Red Bang Society with (ABC Studios, 2014-2015, 1 season) cause it didn't air on the ABC channel.

  273. Ernesto Chacon August 14, 2020

    Thank you for updating the listing however you put Assassin’s Creed (2016), The Devil Wears Prada (2006), and Date Night (2010) after Chronicle, they need to be put in the right years chronologically. Also can you please move Monte Carlo (2011), The Three Stooges (2012), Snow White and the Three Stooges (1961), Life of Pi (2012), The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013), and The Book of Life (2014) to the 20th Century Films section for the next update? The majority of these films are rated PG and are family-friendly and more suited to air on Disney+ than say Hulu/Star. Lastly moved "The Post" to the "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" as literally 20th Century Fox own the rights to the film in North America while Universal Pictures has the international rights

  274. Ernesto Chacon August 14, 2020

    Can you add Flicka (2006) (Available in Some Countries) and Old Dogs (2009) (Available in Some Countries) to the list, because both movies aren't available on Disney+ in the United States? Also, can you add a ")" after the 2016 on "Wander Over Yonder (2013-2016" cause it's missing a parenthesis.

  275. Ernesto Chacon August 14, 2020

    Can you move Bridge to Terabithia (2007) Disney/Walden Media/Summit-Lionsgate to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" as literally Disney ONLY own the rights to the film in North America while Summit Entertainment has the international rights.

  276. Zachary Gage August 14, 2020

    What About Bobs Burgers 2011-Present

  277. Ernesto Chacon August 14, 2020

    Can you move Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" section in the next update? As literally Disney/Touchstone ONLY own the rights to the film in North America while Columbia/Sony Pictures has international distribution rights. Also, remove Paramount on The Wind in the Willows (1996) as Paramount was not involved in the production of this film

  278. Ernesto Chacon August 14, 2020

    Can you move Dead Poets Society (1989), Monkeybone (2001), Annapolis (2006) to the "Likely Future Additions on Hulu/Star Streaming Services" these films do have content that might be suited for Star/Hulu, and while the former film is rated PG it does deal with very sensitive topics and backstabbing especially in the films final 20-30 minutes.

  279. Zachary Gage August 15, 2020

    What About Bohemian Rhapsody 2018

  280. Zachary Gage August 15, 2020

    Where Is Home Alone 3 1997 and Home Alone The Holiday Heist 2012

  281. Nicholas Teoh August 16, 2020

    How about Baby's Day Out? It's also a Fox's PG movie

  282. Zachary Gage August 16, 2020

    What About Stargate SG-1 1997-2007

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 18, 2020

      That series is owned by MGM, not 20th Century Television

  283. Owen August 16, 2020

    Enchanted is another movie that isn’t on Disney + and Summer magic and The Monkey’s uncle and Bear in the big blue house and the book of Pooh and Stanley and Jo Jo’s circus and the U.K. and US dub of the little einstins Special agent Oso and Jungle Junction and in the U.K. whe’re missing from Disney + USA Fancy Nancy season 1 and Mickey Mouse mixed up adventures and TOTS season 1 and Goldie and Bear

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 17, 2020

      Enchanted is already listed on the missing titles not on Disney+

  284. Zachary Gage August 17, 2020

    What About White Collar 2009-2014

  285. Zachary Gage August 18, 2020

    What About M*A*S*H Tv series 1972-1983

  286. Zachary Gage August 18, 2020

    And Muppet Sing Alongs

  287. Zachary Gage August 19, 2020

    What About 20th Century Fox Film Underwater 2020 and Touchstone Film Called Tough Guys 1986

  288. Zachary Gage August 20, 2020

    What About Ernest Goes To Splash Mountain 1989 tv Special Dr Otto And The Riddle Gloom Beam 1985 Ernest Goes To Jail 1990 Ernest Rides Again 1993 Ernest Goes To School 1994 Slam Dunk Ernest 1995 Ernest Goes to Africa 1997 Ernest in the Army 1998 Hey Vern Its Ernest Tv series 1988 Tv Series

  289. Savage August 20, 2020

    Hey Josh, can you add “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Angel,” “Love, Victor,” “The Golden Girls,” and “Bob’s Burgers”

  290. Zachary Gage August 21, 2020

    What About Can’t Buy Me Love 1987

  291. Zachary Gage August 22, 2020

    What About Hello Again 1987

  292. Zachary Gage August 23, 2020

    What About Return To Snowy River 1988

  293. Zachary Gage August 23, 2020

    What About 20th Century Fox Film Called Fat Albert 2004

  294. R August 23, 2020

    The Liberators (1987) is missing from the list!

  295. Zachary Gage August 24, 2020

    What About 20th Century Fox Film Called Fat Albert 2004

  296. Zachary Gage August 24, 2020

    What About Heartbreak Hotel 1988 And Don’t Forget Liv And Maddie tv series 2013-2017 And 20th Century Fox Film Called Fat Albert 2004 Starring Kenan Thompson

  297. aj erjavec August 24, 2020

    Here are some stuff that should be added Sofia the first it’s pilot movie once upon a princess Elena of Avalor’s pilot movie secret of Avalor and Elena of Avalor season three which ended yesterday Also season one of the owl House which ends this Saturday

  298. Zachary Gage August 25, 2020

    What About Three Fugitives 1989

  299. aj erjavec August 25, 2020

    I do question if Disney can put a muppet family Christmas on Disney+ because of the Sesame Street characters in the Fraggle rock characters I know there’s an edited version but does it even really want that version also what were the original animated Muppet Babies shouldn’t at least be somewhere on this list if it isn’t already

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 26, 2020

      The reason the Muppet Family Christmas hasn't been released was actually due to Music Licensing issues.

      1. aj erjavec August 31, 2020

        Really I was certain it was the characters I mean there are edited versions without the Sesame Street and the Fraggle rock characters out there

        1. Ernesto Chacon September 2, 2020

          No, it's music licensing issues for the songs appearing in the special, which is why the special hasn't been released on VHS and DVD

  300. Zachary Gage August 26, 2020

    What About New York Stories 1989

  301. Ernesto Chacon August 26, 2020

    Josh, Can you please move Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" section for the next update. Literally Disney ONLY owns the rights to the films in North America, but internationally it's not the case. The international right for Bicentennial Man are owned by Columbia/Sony Pictures, Bridge to Terabithia international rights are fully owned by Summit Entertainment who have full distribution rights in international markets instead of Disney, while the international rights to The Post are owned by Universal Pictures.

  302. Ernesto Chacon August 26, 2020

    Josh can you move the Star Wars: Clone Wars the Micro animated series Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky to the "OFTEN-REQUESTED TITLES WITH GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY" section because literally that series is in the grey area in terms of Ownership as neither Disney nor Lucasfilm themselves never talk about it nor does the latter production company have this listed on their website, even Cartoon Network Studios made the animation

  303. Ernesto Chacon August 26, 2020

    Josh Shepherd Can you please move Monte Carlo (2011), The Three Stooges (2012), Life of Pi (2012), The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013), and The Book of Life (2014) to the "20th Century Studios And Affiliated Labels (Pre-2012 Releases)" "and 20th Century Films Since 2012" for the next update? Literally The majority of these films are rated PG and seem to be the kind of movies more suited to air on Disney+ than say Hulu/Star.

  304. Ernesto Chacon August 26, 2020

    Lastly Josh can you please move The Tick (1994 Animated TV series) to the "Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)" instead of keeping it in the "Likely additions to Hulu/Star" section in perpetuity? Because that show aired on Fox Kids, alongside the X-Men and Spider-Man animated shows and is more suitable on Disney+ as it is rated TV-Y7. Also, reorganize Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) and move it in between "The Hate U Give" and "Alita" as that film came out in 2019

  305. Ernesto Chacon August 27, 2020

    Can you add "(Available in some countries)" for The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (2005)? Because it turns out the film was listed in one of the Promos for Disney+ UK as it has footage of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (Touchstone) https://twitter.com/DisneyPlusUK/status/1287326798569758721

  306. Ernesto Chacon August 27, 2020

    Move The Orville (20th Century TV, 2017-present) from under the "Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)" section to the "Likely Future Additions on Hulu/Star Streaming Services"? Because for one it is currently airing on Hulu (with its upcoming 3rd season set to air) and second I'd expect this one to be on their upcoming international streaming service "Star".

  307. Ernesto Chacon August 27, 2020

    Here are other series that aren't on the list that could be awesome additions to Disney+ for the next update, Fireball (2008) (Available on Disney+ Japan), Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014-2015), Stitch & Ai (2017), and RoboDz (2008)?

  308. Zachary Gage August 27, 2020

    What About Dead Poets Society 1989

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 27, 2020

      It's already featured on the list

  309. Ernesto Chacon August 27, 2020

    For the next update can you add Casper Meets Wendy (1998), Addams Family Reunion (1998), Digimon: The Movie (2000) and Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2001 Anime TV series)?

  310. Zachary Gage August 28, 2020

    What About Gross anatomy 1989

  311. Zachary Gage August 28, 2020

    What About Special Agent Oso

  312. Zachary Gage August 29, 2020

    What About Stella 1990 Touchstone Film

  313. Zachary Gage August 29, 2020

    What About Jingle All The Way 2 Starring Larry The Cable Guy

  314. Ernesto Chacon August 30, 2020

    Can you correct "Stich! The Series (2008-2009)" to "Stitch! The Series (2008-2011)" cause the show has three seasons. In addition, you should add in (Available on Disney+ Japan) as currently, the series is available on that service so far. https://twitter.com/DisneyPlusJP/status/1293729034241810433 https://twitter.com/DisneyPlusJP/status/1292656956080103425

  315. Ernesto Chacon August 30, 2020

    Can you add "(currently on Starz)" for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Ice Age, Thumbelina, Ice Age: The Meltdown, Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, the Garfield Films and Robots?

  316. Ernesto Chacon August 30, 2020

    Can you correct "Stich! The Series (2008-2009)" to "Stitch! The Series (2008-2011)" cause the name was mispronounced and it had 3 seasons. Also, add in "(Available on Disney+ Japan)" for the show as the series is so far available on that international service. https://twitter.com/DisneyPlusJP/status/1293729034241810433

  317. Ernesto Chacon August 30, 2020

    Can you add in You Again (2010) (Currently on Starz) (Available in some countries)? Cause the film is available on certain countries but has yet to reach the United States.

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 30, 2020

      Typo just have the "Currently" be lowercased once you update it.

  318. Ernesto Chacon August 30, 2020

    Can you add "(currently on HBO Max)" for Anastasia (1997), as that film is still having a streaming contract with HBO in the USA?

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 30, 2020

      I also would recommend adding in "(currently on HBO Max)" for Flicka (2006), as that film is still having a streaming contract with HBO in the USA. https://play.hbomax.com/feature/urn:hbo:feature:GXdcbKgPXh6XCPQEAAC2r?camp=googleHBOMAX

  319. Zachary Gage August 30, 2020

    What About Firebirds 1990

  320. Mike August 30, 2020

    Guns in a Heather starring Kurt Russel (1969) Also, Ben and Me is included in “The Liberty Story”, it’s just in black and white

  321. Zachary Gage August 31, 2020

    What About Mr Destiny 1990

  322. aj erjavec August 31, 2020

    I have suggestions one Sofia the first once upon a princess and Alayna secret of Avalor if tangled before ever after can get separate from tangled the series why can’t these two movies be separate from their series and two shows The first is Elena of Avalor season three and owl house season oneFor the two shows I know they just ended recently but hey from the time they ended The time they go up they still count as missing from Disney+

  323. Zachary Gage August 31, 2020

    Where Is Future Worm Shorts And Future Worm Tv series 2016-2018 and Pickle and Peanut tv series 2015-2018

  324. Zachary Gage August 31, 2020

    What About The Famous Jett JACKSON Tv series 1998-2001 And Jett JACKSON 2001 Movie

    1. Ernesto Chacon September 1, 2020

      It's already been put on the list under Global Rights NOT owned by Disney

  325. Zachary Gage September 1, 2020

    What About Green Card 1990 Touchstone Film

  326. Ernesto Chacon September 1, 2020

    Please add in "Funny, You Don't Look 200 - A Constitutional Vaudeville" (1987) it's a 1987 Television special produced by Disney.

  327. Ernesto Chacon September 1, 2020

    Josh I'm asking once and not asking again please move Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney". Literally Disney ONLY owns the rights to the films in North America, but internationally it's not the case. The international rights for Bicentennial Man are owned by Columbia/Sony Pictures, Bridge to Terabithia international rights are fully owned by Summit Entertainment who have full distribution rights in international markets instead of Disney, while the international rights to The Post are owned by Universal Pictures. Also please move Monte Carlo (2011), The Three Stooges (2012), Snow White and the Three Stooges (1961), Life of Pi (2012), The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013), and The Book of Life (2014) to the "20th Century Studios And Affiliated Labels (Pre-2012 Releases)" "and 20th Century Films Since 2012" for the next update? Literally the majority of these films are family friendly and rated PG as well as being the kind of movies more suited to air on Disney+ than say Hulu/Star.

  328. Zachary Gage September 1, 2020

    I Don’t See Future Worm 2016-2018 And Pickle And Peanut 2015-2018

  329. Orion Logan September 1, 2020

    They're Coming To Disney+

  330. Savage September 1, 2020

    Hey Josh, can you remove Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Love, Simon, Paper Towns, The Golden Girls, Planet of the Apes films, and How I Met Your Mother away from the Hulu/Star section? With “The Fault in Our Stars” coming to Disney+ this month, this should give us a insight on what content that are either family-friendly and/or appropriate coming to the service. Same thing with “The Gifted” which is an X-Men property.

    1. Ernesto Chacon September 1, 2020

      I'd also say the same thing with removing Monte Carlo (2011), The Three Stooges (2012), Snow White and the Three Stooges (1961), Life of Pi (2012), The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013), and The Book of Life (2014) from the Hulu/Star section as the majority of these films are family-friendly and appropriate to air on Disney+. Plus all of them are rated PG.

      1. Savage September 1, 2020

        I agree

  331. Ernesto Chacon September 1, 2020

    Can you add "(currently on HBO Max)" for Mr. Magorium as well as including Sky High in the list cause until December HBO still has US streaming rights for Sky High.

  332. Ernesto Chacon September 1, 2020

    Can you add "(currently on Starz)" for Ice Age and the first two Night at the Museum films? Also, you think you can add in "(Available in Disney+ UK/Ireland)" for Horton Hears a Who and "(Available in some countries)" for Spies in Disguise?

  333. Ernesto Chacon September 1, 2020

    Lastly Josh, can you please remove "Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Lucasfilm, 2003-2005) 2D Anime Series Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky" from the Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)? Because literally that series is in the grey area in terms of Ownership as neither Disney nor Lucasfilm themselves never talk about it nor does the latter production company have this listed on their website, even Cartoon Network Studios made the animation.

  334. Ernesto Chacon September 1, 2020

    Please correct "Stich! The Series (2008-2009)" to "Stitch! The Series (2008-2011)" cause the name was mispronounced and it had 3 seasons. Also, add in "(Available on Disney+ Japan)" for the show as the series is so far available on that international service. https://twitter.com/DisneyPlusJP/status/1293729034241810433

  335. Ernesto Chacon September 1, 2020

    Can you remove "(Available in Some Countries)" for Dan in Real Life while at the same time move the film to the Global Rights Not Owned By Disney section? Because Disney/Touchstone doesn't own International rights to the film Focus Features have it, nor is the film on ANY of their International Disney+ services including the United Kingdom/Ireland. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0480242/companycredits?ref_=tt_dt_co

  336. Ernesto Chacon September 2, 2020

    Can you also add "(currently on HBO Max)" for Home Alone 1-2 cause that's where both of the streaming rights to these films are at in the United States?

  337. Zachary Gage September 2, 2020

    What About Bill Nye The Science Guy Tv series 1993-1998 And Oscar 1991

    1. aj erjavec September 2, 2020

      Totally agree with you on the Bill Nye thing why do you have one thing that has less to do with what’s not on Disney+ but rather to collections does anyone else think that Miles Murphy’s Law should be add to the phineas and Ferb Collection and the live action beauty and the beast and Cinderella should be added to the Disney princess collection

  338. Ernesto Chacon September 2, 2020

    Can you change "(2019)" to "(2018)" for Bohemian Rhapsody, because the film came out in November 2018.

  339. Zachary Gage September 2, 2020

    Where Is Future Worm And Pickle And Peanut

  340. Zachary Gage September 3, 2020

    What About Wild Hearts can’t be Broken 1991

  341. Ernesto Chacon September 3, 2020

    Can you please rename "Stich! The Series" to "Stitch The Series" because I still continue to see it misspelled.

  342. Zachary Gage September 4, 2020

    What About The Doctor 1991

  343. […] that details all of the Disney content that is currently unavailable on the service. As of now, more than 550 Disney properties are missing for Disney+ which makes it clear that, despite the company’s claims, the vault is […]

  344. Zachary Gage September 5, 2020

    What About Batman Tv Series 1966-1968 And 20th Century Fox Film Called Think Fast Mr Moto 1937 Touchstone Film Called Paradise 1991

    1. aj erjavec September 5, 2020

      I don’t think Batman is going to be on Disney+ mostly because I think Warner Bros. owns the rights to that show because it is a DC show

      1. Anon E Mouse October 11, 2020

        Disney actually owns the rights to that show via Fox. WB did put on DVD and Blu-ray under license from Fox, but Fox owns the rights.

  345. Zachary Gage September 5, 2020

    What About Walt Disney Television Animation Nightmare Ned Tv series Walt Disney And What About Fox Kids Shows Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes Tv Series 1990-1991 Bobby’s World 1990-1998 Fox’s Peter Pan And The Pirates tv series 1990-1991 Piggsburg Pigs Tv series 1990-1991 Zazoo U tv series 1990-1991

    1. aj erjavec September 6, 2020

      I’m iffy about Peter Pan and the Pirates Because I have read some different sources that it’s one of the shows Disney didn’t want to put out after they bought Saban Because I didn’t wanna on two different Peter Pan properties and I’m iffy about attack of the killer tomatoes Shirley because I don’t know who owns the franchise the animated series is based on and here’s one show that was on Fox they wanna know if it’s OK to be on Disney+ dog city

  346. Zachary Gage September 5, 2020

    I Almost Forgot Also Put Walt Before Mickey 2015

  347. Zachary Gage September 6, 2020

    What About deceived 1991 Touchstone Film

  348. Zachary Gage September 6, 2020

    What About 20th Century Fox Film Called Charlie Chan On Broadway And Other Charlie Chan’s 20th Century Fox Films And Fox Films

  349. aj erjavec September 7, 2020

    Here are some marvel projects that I’m not sure are on the list but I think should be on Disney+ the 1970s live-action the amazing Spiderman the live-action Incredible Hulk to the Japanese coproduction live action Spiderman show The marvel superheroes show from the 60s the animated Spiderman TV show TV show from the early 60s The animal Incredible Hulk show from the 80s the spectacular Spiderman the marvel anime stuff disk wars the avengers future avengers The dare devil movie the elektra movie The movie is marvel made with Lionsgate Iron Man and Captain America heroes tonight marvel superheroes adventures France freight hope we are monsters dwell And the Lego marvel movies

    1. Ernesto Chacon September 7, 2020

      The Marvel Disk Wars Anime, along with the Daredevil and Elektra live-action films are already listed. Secondly I don't think the Lionsgate Marvel movies will EVER be on Disney+

      1. aj erjavec September 7, 2020

        For the lien gate movies it’s hard to say what is the rights of them also about the other stuff from Marvel I said

        1. Ernesto Chacon September 9, 2020

          Even so, Disney/Marvel doesn't own the rights to The Lionsgate Marvel movies (animated).

          1. aj erjavec September 10, 2020

            The question is whether or not Disney can make a deal with Lionsgate to put them on Disney+

          2. Ernesto Chacon September 16, 2020

            @AJ Again Disney/Marvel don't own the rights to The Lionsgate Marvel movies (animated) so they are not going to Disney+ nuff said.

      2. Stacy wade September 16, 2020

        Don’t know if my first comment went through but anyone know about plus adding more vi rage cartoons? Like trick or treat, infamous Donald cartoon and they only have 1 Xmas cartoon, Pluto’s Xmas tree... there are soooo many more and great ones, are they adding them? Also made for tv specials from the 80’s like adventures of chip n dale, Disney Halloween and a Disney Xmas gift... really miss those cartoons and Disney plus was my hope to pass down and watch with my kids! Hope someone can give me good news on those?

  350. Zachary Gage September 7, 2020

    What About Little Shop 1991 Tv series And Ernest Goes To Splash Mountain 1989 Tv Special Ernest Goes To Jail 1990 Ernest Rides Again 1993 Ernest Goes To School 1994 Slam Duck Ernest 1995 Ernest Goes To Africa 1997 Ernest in The Army 1998 And Hey Vern Its Ernest Tv Series Can You Please Add Lego Marvel Super Heroes Lego Films

  351. Red September 7, 2020

    I notice that for 20th century fox list that it missing Dragonball Evolution. It is appropriate for older kids to watch it.

    1. aj erjavec September 8, 2020

      Since Dragon Ball evolution is based on a Japanese property there might be some ownership rights for it

  352. Zachary Gage September 8, 2020

    What About 20th Century Fox Film Called Jesse James

  353. Zachary Gage September 8, 2020

    And Medicine Man Hollywood Pictures Film

  354. Aris Murphy September 8, 2020

    You also forgot the movie “Brink”. Maybe I missed it but I didn’t see it on any of the lists.

      1. Ernesto Chacon September 22, 2020

        Josh, can you please remove "Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Lucasfilm, 2003-2005) 2D Anime Series Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky" from the Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)? Because literally that series is in the grey area in terms of Ownership as neither Disney nor Lucasfilm themselves never talk about it nor does the latter production company have this listed on their website, even Cartoon Network Studios made the animation.

      2. Ernesto Chacon September 22, 2020

        Also Josh can you please move Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney". Literally Disney ONLY owns the rights to the films in North America, but internationally it's not the case. The international rights for Bicentennial Man are owned by Columbia/Sony Pictures not Touchstone Pictures, Bridge to Terabithia's international rights are fully owned by Walden Media and Summit Entertainment who have full distribution rights in international markets instead of Disney, while the international rights to The Post are owned by Universal Pictures. I'd also vouch to remove "(Available in Some Countries)" for Dan in Real Life while at the same time, move the film to the "Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" section? Because Disney/Touchstone doesn't own International rights to "Dan in Real Life" Focus Features have it, nor is the film on ANY of their International Disney+ services including the United Kingdom/Ireland.

  355. Ernesto Chacon September 9, 2020

    Can you please correct "Stich! The Series (2008-2009)" to "Stitch! The Series (2008-2011)" cause I continue to see it be misspelled as "Stich!"

  356. Ernesto Chacon September 9, 2020

    Josh I asked once and not asking again please move Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney". Literally Disney ONLY owns the rights to the films in North America, but internationally it's not the case. The international rights for Bicentennial Man are owned by Columbia/Sony Pictures, Bridge to Terabithia international rights are fully owned by Walden Media and Summit Entertainment who have full distribution rights in international markets instead of Disney, while the international rights to The Post are owned by Universal Pictures. I'd also vouch to remove "(Available in Some Countries)" for Dan in Real Life while at the same time, move the film to the "Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" section? Because Disney/Touchstone doesn't own International rights to "Dan in Real Life" Focus Features have it, nor is the film on ANY of their International Disney+ services including the United Kingdom/Ireland

  357. Hannah September 10, 2020

    I saw something online about Stanley coming to Disney+ on September 11th. Is this true? Or is it just a rumor? I need to know. I would be so thrilled if Stanley was on Disney+! It was my favorite Playhouse Disney show back in the day and a lot of the episodes haven’t been uploaded yet to the internet, even though only a small number of episodes already exist online. Anyway, I’d be grateful if somebody could tell me if it’s true or not that Stanley is coming to Disney+.

  358. Zachary Gage September 11, 2020

    What About Mr Moto Movies and The Grapes Of Wrath 1940 film both of them Are 20th Century Fox And Hollywood Pictures Film Called Blame It on the Bellboy 1992

  359. Owen Buddery September 11, 2020

    So the Disney channel are shutting down in the U.K. and Ireland on sky & Virgin media So I would like to see appear on Disney plus U.K & Ireland the TV show that came from the USA last year and it is my 1st favourite is fancy Nancy. Clancy but is seasons 1 & 2 coming to Disney Plus in the U.K. ? and is T.O.T.S seasons 1 & 2 be on to Disney plus in the U.K. and Ireland ? and another TV show from the late 90s early 2000s from my childhood is Will Bear in the big blue house be on Disney plus around the world form Seasons 1 to 6 be on Disney plus around the world

  360. Zachary Gage September 11, 2020

    What About Eek! The Cat tv series 1992-1997

  361. Zachary Gage September 12, 2020

    And Iceland 1942

  362. Zachary Gage September 12, 2020

    What About 20th Century Fox Film Called Springtime In The Rockies 1942 And Touchstone Film Called Noises Off 1992

  363. Michael September 12, 2020

    You are missing Disney’s One Little Indian, released in theaters 1973

  364. Zachary Gage September 12, 2020

    Where Is Bill Nye The Science Guy Tv series

  365. Zachary Gage September 12, 2020

    What About The Terrible Thunder lizards 1993-1997

  366. aj erjavec September 14, 2020

    The first comment I made on this list was Kim possible stitch in time was breaking up into three episodes so the full movie wouldn’t be on Disney+ however with phineas and ferb Mission marvel and Star Wars been both cut up into two episodes and being together in their entirety on Disney+ I’m thinking stitch Centind has a chance to be on Disney+ and here are some other Phineas and Ferb stuff that has been cut up but I think you should at least be shown it’s complete entirely summer belongs to you save summer night of the living pharmacist last day of summer and the owca files

  367. Zachary Gage September 14, 2020

    What About Passed Away 1992

  368. Zachary Gage September 15, 2020

    What About A Stranger Among Us 1992 Hollywood Pictures Film

  369. Stacy wade September 16, 2020

    They need to add more of the vintage cartoons! Has anyone heard anything about those? Great made for tv special I think from the 80’s called a Disney Halloween and the infamous trick or treat cartoon with Huey, Dewey and Louie, one of the best EVER! Why couldn’t they add those cartoons to a Halloween section and the same thing at Xmas time? They only have 1 Xmas cartoon... any update on the cartoons would be appreciated!

  370. Ernesto Chacon September 16, 2020

    The new Coming Soon 2020 | Disney+ trailer has Eddie the Eagle (2016) another PG-13 20th Century Fox movie coming to Disney+. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tl97ugaAxsg

  371. Adam Caillouette September 16, 2020

    Quick question! Even long after "Steamboat Willie's" & Mickey Mouse's 100th Anniversary, will they still be popular, and still watch those original classics? Not to mention, preserve all those original Disney Films after they become 100 years old on Disney Plus?

  372. Jolyn Cripps September 21, 2020

    Is there any news on (Re)Connect? I cannot find anything and it was supposed to have been released in April!

  373. Jason C September 21, 2020

    Flight of the Navigator should be added as it is not on Disney plus UK like most listed above.

  374. Zachary Gage September 21, 2020

    What About 20th Century Fox Film Called They Came Up To Blow Up America 1943 And Since There’s 3 Ninjas 1992 Film On There There’s 3 Ninjas Movies Are Missing 3 Ninjas Kick Back 1994 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up 1995 3 Ninjas High Noon At Mega Mountain 1998 It Can Be On Often Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney Area

  375. Ernesto Chacon September 22, 2020

    Josh can you please add "Funny, You Don't Look 200 - A Constitutional Vaudeville" (1987 Television special) on the listing.

  376. Ernesto Chacon September 22, 2020

    Can you ALSO please add "(currently on Starz)" for Ice Age and the first two Night at the Museum films? Also, you think you can add in "(Available in some countries)" for Horton Hears a Who and for Spies in Disguise?

  377. Ernesto Chacon September 22, 2020

    Josh I'm not saying this again, can you please remove "Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Lucasfilm, 2003-2005) 2D Anime Series Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky" from the Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)? Because literally that series is in the grey area in terms of Ownership as neither Disney nor Lucasfilm themselves never talk about it nor does the latter production company have this listed on their website, even Cartoon Network Studios made the animation.

    1. Josh Shepherd September 22, 2020

      Going to keep this where it's at in list, so no need to raise again. This is a title where there are conflicting views on the ownership (see above for others who have differing views), similar to The Princess Bride which ultimately ended up on Disney+ in the US. It's a highly in-demand title for SW fans - https://whatsondisneyplus.com/missing-star-wars-films-series-disney-plus/ - so going to keep it in the TV section.

      1. Ernesto Chacon September 22, 2020

        And again Josh I don't know why you continue to keep it on the "Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)" section for the last 3-4 months as neither Disney nor Lucasfilm themselves never talk about it nor does the latter production company have this listed on their website, even Cartoon Network Studios made the animation so it should be listed on the Global rights not owned by Disney.

      2. Ernesto Chacon September 22, 2020

        Also in regards to The Princess Bride copyright, it is a distribution rights mess cause literally Disney/20th Century Studios ONLY have the copyright to the film in North America (mainly the United States) while the international rights is a mess cause Lionsgate has the rights to the movie (through the Interaccess Film Distribution/Vestron Pictures) in the UK and who know who owns the distribution rights of the film in other countries which would likely explain why it's not on ANY of the International Disney+ services. Even James and the Giant Peach, The BFG and Valiant are in the same boat cause if you ask me I don't see it on some of the International Disney+ services (especially the UK/Ireland and Germany). Finally I asked once, I asked twice and not asking again can you PLEASE MOVE Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney". Literally Disney ONLY owns the rights to the films in North America, but internationally it's not the case. The international rights for Bicentennial Man are owned by Columbia/Sony Pictures not Touchstone Pictures, Bridge to Terabithia's international rights are fully owned by Walden Media and Summit Entertainment who have full distribution rights in international markets instead of Disney, while the international rights to The Post are owned by Universal Pictures. I'd also vouch to remove "(Available in Some Countries)" for Dan in Real Life while at the same time, move the film to the "Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" section? Because Disney/Touchstone doesn't own International rights to "Dan in Real Life" Focus Features have it, nor is the film on ANY of their International Disney+ services including the United Kingdom/Ireland.

      3. Ernesto Chacon October 2, 2020

        Josh as Much as I like the Clone Wars microseries, I'm going to be stark with you that I disagree putting this on the "Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)" section for the last 3-5 months as neither Disney and Lucasfilm themselves never talk about it nor does the latter production company have this listed on their website, even Cartoon Network Studios made the animation so honestly it should be listed on the Global rights not owned by Disney section.

  378. Ernesto Chacon September 22, 2020

    Josh I asked once, I asked twice and not asking again can you please move Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney". Literally Disney ONLY owns the rights to the films in North America, but internationally it's not the case. The international rights for Bicentennial Man are owned by Columbia/Sony Pictures not Touchstone Pictures, Bridge to Terabithia's international rights are fully owned by Walden Media and Summit Entertainment who have full distribution rights in international markets instead of Disney, while the international rights to The Post are owned by Universal Pictures. I'd also vouch to remove "(Available in Some Countries)" for Dan in Real Life while at the same time, move the film to the "Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" section? Because Disney/Touchstone doesn't own International rights to "Dan in Real Life" Focus Features have it, nor is the film on ANY of their International Disney+ services including the United Kingdom/Ireland.

  379. Ernesto Chacon September 22, 2020

    With The Fault in Our Stars (2014) and Eddie the Eagle (2016) coming to Disney+, you think you can move "Paper Towns" (2015), "Love, Simon" (2018), "The Hate U Give" (2019) along with The Three Stooges (2012) and Snow White and the Three Stooges (1961) to the 20th Century Studios section?

  380. Ernesto Chacon September 22, 2020

    Can you add "(currently on Starz)" for Ice Age and the first two Night at the Museum films because that streaming service currently has the rights to these films? Also, you think you can add in "(Available in some countries)" for Horton Hears a Who and for Spies in Disguise because as of this month they are currently on Disney+ in the UK/Ireland, Australia/New Zealand? Finally, please add "(currently on HBO Max)" for Home Alone 1-2, Mr. Magorium as well as including Sky High in the list cause until December HBO still has US streaming rights for Sky High.

  381. Zachary Gage September 23, 2020

    What About 20th Century Fox Film Called Heaven Can Wait 1943 And The Gun In Betty Lou’s Wedding Touchstone Film But I Don’t See Bill Nye The Science Guy On Missing Titles

  382. Peter September 24, 2020

    Where are the classics??? I got Disney plus for movies such as “Johnny tremain” “Happiest Millionaire” etc....was told they would have all the classics that I grew up on....

    1. Josh Shepherd September 27, 2020

      It's a great question, and many people have been asking it for almost a year now

  383. Ewan Dewar September 25, 2020

    There’s also Post Grad and Bride Wars that’s currently missing.

  384. Ewan Dewar September 25, 2020

    Oh and there’s The Swap that’s currently missing as well.

  385. Zachary Gage September 25, 2020

    What About Bill Nye The Science Guy Tv series And Disney Channel Movie Called Upside Down Magic 2020 And Touchstone Pictures Film Captain Ron 1992

    1. Ewan Dewar September 27, 2020

      Upside Down Magic is now on Disney+ outside North America, since Disney Networks now cease to exist outside North America, thus leaving Disney+ the debut point for DCOMs outside North America.

  386. Zachary Gage September 26, 2020

    Why Bill Nye The Science Guy 1993-1998 Tv series Won’t Be Add In Missing Titles Disney Plus Bill Nye The Science Guy Is A Disney Show

  387. Zachary Gage September 27, 2020

    I Hope You Put Bill Nye The Science Guy Tv Series And There’s Another 20th Century Fox Tv Show Called American’s Most Wanted Tv Series 1988-2012

  388. Zachary Gage September 27, 2020

    I Am So Happy That Bill Nye The Science Guy Tv Series On What’s Missing Titles

  389. Zachary Gage September 28, 2020

    What About Disney’s Witch TV series 2004-2006

  390. Ernesto Chacon September 28, 2020

    Thank you for adding "Funny, You Don’t Look 200: A Constitutional Vaudeville (1987)".

  391. Ernesto Chacon September 28, 2020

    Josh, I still continue to see "Dan In Real Life", Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) not being put under "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" listing as literally Disney doesn't own those films in some International Markets.

  392. Ernesto Chacon September 28, 2020

    Can you please move "Paper Towns" (2015), "Love, Simon" (2018), "The Hate U Give" (2019) along with The Three Stooges (2012) and Snow White and the Three Stooges (1961) to the 20th Century Studios section?

  393. Ernesto Chacon September 28, 2020

    I still continue to see The Tick (1994 Animated TV series) under the "Likely Future Additions on Hulu/Star Streaming Services" section when literally that show aired on Fox Kids, was produced by Saban International and is more suitable on Disney+ as it is rated TV-Y7 so it should be listed under the "Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)" section

    1. Ernesto Chacon September 28, 2020

      I'd also say the same thing on moving Goosebumps to the "Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)" section

      1. aj erjavec September 30, 2020

        I said it before but I’m not entirely sure if goosebumps was made entirely by Fox or if they just added On fox kids so that one might be iffy

        1. Ernesto Chacon September 30, 2020

          Again even if Scholastic owns the IP 20th Century Fox Television and Saban did produce it. I'm not going to continue arguing with you again.

          1. aj erjavec October 2, 2020

            Actually from what I’ve read fox and Saban did not produce show Fox just shot it on their networks Saban did the international distribution So goosebumps I don’t think we’ll be on Disney+

        2. Ernesto Chacon October 2, 2020

          Again I don't want to continue listening to you as literally you're just justifying that it won't be on Disney+ when literally Sabrina and the Clone Wars Microseries didn't produce it.

          1. aj erjavec October 21, 2020

            What does that have to do with goosebumps look people have pointed out just because something was On I Disney Own network does not mean it will be on Disney+ if a Disney oh and the company didn’t produce it and goosebumps was not made by Fox or Saban So I don’t think Disney has any legal rights to the show

  394. Ernesto Chacon September 28, 2020

    Can you now remove The Wolverine (2013) from the list casue it's now currently available on all Disney+ services while at the same time update "X2: X-Men United (2003)" (slated for October 9th). Also please update X-Men: First Class (2011) and X-Men: Dark Phoenix (2019) with "(Currently on HBO Max)" as HBO currently has streaming rights to these X-Men films.

  395. Ernesto Chacon September 28, 2020

    I'd also want to give a heads up that just like the first two Home Alone movies, Home Alone 3-4 have just left Disney+ in the United States and now are currently streaming on HBO Max through HBO, so you think you can add in "(currently on HBO Max)" and "(Available in some countries)" for all these particular Home Alone films?

  396. Ernesto Chacon September 28, 2020

    Can you add in Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2-3, Sky High, Max Keeble's Big Move, Snow Dogs, The Jungle Book (1994) to the missing movies listing while at the same time put in "(Currently on HBO Max)"? I'd also say the same thing for the Buddies films (Air Buddies, Snow Buddies, Santa Buddies, etc.), Old Dogs, Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium, and Mr. Popper's Penguins as they are currently airing on HBO Max in the United States.

    1. Josh Shepherd September 30, 2020

      If the title is in the app with a release date, it's not on this list (that's explained in the opening). One of the big asks here is for Disney+ to simply provide release date information for this extensive list, even if it's a year or two out. Those few titles not on this list can be found at: https://whatsondisneyplus.com/disney-moving-us-library-movie-release-dates-to-friday/

      1. Ernesto Chacon September 30, 2020

        Josh, I didn't know that I just was pointing out that HBO Max still has the streaming rights to these movies. At the same time beside the first two Home Alone movies, Home Alone 3-4 have also just left Disney+ in the United States and now are currently streaming on HBO Max through HBO, so you think you can add in "(currently on HBO Max)" and "(Available in some countries)" for all these particular Home Alone films?

      2. Ernesto Chacon September 30, 2020

        Finally Josh why do I still continue to see Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) and Dan in Real Life not in the "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney". Literally, Disney ONLY owns the rights to these films (in particular Bicentennial Man, Dan in Real Life and the Post) in North America, but internationally it's not the case. The international rights for Bicentennial Man are owned by Columbia/Sony Pictures, Bridge to Terabithia international rights are fully owned by Walden Media and Summit Entertainment who have full distribution rights in certain international markets instead of Disney even in Latin America Disney doesn't have the rights to Bridge to Terabithia. As for the international rights to The Post it's owned by Universal Pictures not 20th Century Fox. So literally these films are in the same boat as Titanic (1997) in which Paramount owns the US rights but 20th Century Fox/20th Century Studios own international rights.

      3. Ernesto Chacon September 30, 2020

        Finally for Dan in Real Life, literally Disney/Touchstone doesn't own International rights as Focus Features have the international rights nor is the film on ANY of their International Disney+ services including the United Kingdom/Ireland. So it's in the same boat as Titanic and the Prestige in terms of domestic or international distribution rights ownership not being owned by Disney and it's subsidiaries (20th Century, Touchstone)

  397. Ernesto Chacon September 28, 2020

    Can you move "(currently on Starz)" before "(Available in some countries)" for the Night of the Museum films?

  398. Zachary Gage September 28, 2020

    What About Get Ed Tv series 2005-2006

  399. Zachary Gage September 30, 2020

    What About Disney Show called Get Ed Tv Series 2005-2006 And Mutants X Tv series 2001-2004 Marvel Studios Tv shows And List Of Marvel Animated Shows The Marvel Super Heroes tv series 1966 Fantastic Four 1967-1968 Spider Man 1967-1970 tv series The New Fantastic Four 1978 Tv series The Incredible Hulk tv series 1982-1983 MTV Spider Man The New Animated Tv series 2003 The Spectacular Spider Man tv series 2008-2009 Black Panther Tv series 2011 Marvel Anime Iron Man 2011 tv series Marvel Anime Wolverine 2011 tv series Marvel Anime X Men 2011 tv series Some Marvel Animation Shows Can Be On Often Request Titles

    1. aj erjavec September 30, 2020

      For the 1967 Fantastic four series that show was produced by Hanna-Barbera so Warner Bros. might on the rights to that one I’m not sure and the MT Spiderman show and the Black Panther animated that might be too mature for Disney+ And here are some Jetix shows that they think may be on the list Yin Yang yo The following shows were co produced by Jetix So they should at least be given consideration to be on the list unless they were made by a company that was owned by Disney and the shows are the tofus witch atom kid versus cat which was coproduced both by jetix And Disney XD

    2. aj erjavec September 30, 2020

      I was going into an argument with someone on the comments if Sabrina the teenage witch should be put on Disney+ along with Sabrina the animated series but can Except the possibility that for some shows Can probably be on Hulu but the Sabrina shows

      1. Ernesto Chacon September 30, 2020

        Again and last time, Sabrina The Teenage Witch is owned by ViacomCBS and it's animated series is owned by DIC/Wildbrain so don't expect any of them to be on Disney+, including the latter as it's animated series is currently streaming through Starz and Tubi.

        1. aj erjavec October 1, 2020

          I was asking if they could be on Hulu Hulu Does have properties from other companies right

          1. Ernesto Chacon October 1, 2020

            If you didn't read the news CBS All Access will become Paramount+ in 2021 so it's likely that Sabrina The Teenage Witch will be on the service instead of Hulu.

    3. Ernesto Chacon October 1, 2020

      Pretty sure the Marvel Anime series (Iron Man, Wolverine, X-Men, Blade) are owned by Sony Pictures Television. Even the same can be said for Spider-Man The New Animated Tv series and The Spectacular Spider-Man tv series as they are owned by Sony

  400. Ernesto Chacon September 30, 2020

    Can you update 27 Dresses (2008) to "(Available in some countries)" cause the film was made available on Disney+ in either Australia/New Zealand or UK/Ireland back in July or August of this year.

  401. Zachary Gage October 1, 2020

    What About Shorty Mc Shorts Disney Channel 2006-2007 And Sarafina 1992 Hollywood Pictures Film Where’s My Water Swampy’s Underground Adventures 2012-2013 Disney Remicks Shorts

  402. Zachary Gage October 1, 2020

    What About Shorty Mcshorys Shorts Disney Channel 2006-2007 And Hollywood Pictures Film Called Sarafina 1992 Where’s My Water Swamp’s Underground Adventures 2012-2013 Disney Remicks Shorts

  403. Zachary Gage October 1, 2020

    I Mean Shorty Mc Shorts Shorts Disney Channel 2006-2007

  404. Ernesto Chacon October 1, 2020

    Can you please move "Love, Simon", "Paper Towns", and Alita: Battle Angel (2019) to the 20th Century Studios section. If PG-13 films from 20th Century Studios such as Eddie the Eagle, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, and especially The Fault in Our Stars can be on Disney+ why not these three films? Also, can you also add in Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005), What Happens in Vegas (2008), Big Momma's House 2 (2006), Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son (2011), Prometheus (2012), Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014), Alien: Convenant (2017), Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017), Red Sparrow (2018), The Predator (2018), Widows (2018), Stuber (2019) and Underwater (2020) to the "LIKELY FUTURE ADDITIONS ON HULU & STAR STREAMING SERVICES" section?

    1. Josh Shepherd October 2, 2020

      Alita: Battle Angel has been moved. In case you hadn't heard, Disney made a decision last year for the "Love Simon" TV series to move to Hulu - obviously they have made their call about that particular property. As to Paper Towns, one may want to check out any content advisory on that title which makes it quite different from other romance titles on Disney+. Please note that inclusion on this list has not been shown to have any effect on what happens with Disney+ so suggest any title to them.

      1. Ernesto Chacon October 2, 2020

        Okay then, but I'm just pointing out a couple of things when it comes to the PG-13 films. Secondly, I still continue to see Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "The Post", Bridge to Terabithia (2007) and especially Dan in Real Life not in the "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" section, as literally, these films are in the same boat as Titanic (1997) and the Presitge (2006) respectively in terms of distribution rights in which the former film is owned by Paramount in the US, but 20th Century Fox/20th Century Studios own international rights for Titanic, while the latter film is distributed by Touchstone in the United States while Warner Bros. owns International rights.

  405. KC October 2, 2020

    "Stitch! The Series" is actually just called "Stitch!" (no "The Series" in the title, otherwise it would be confused with "Lilo & Stitch: The Series"). It's colloquially known as the "Stitch! anime" by "Lilo & Stitch" fans, and its German dub titles it "Yuna & Stitch". You could list it as "Stitch! (anime)" or "Stitch! (Yuna & Stitch)". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stitch!#cite_note-2 https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuna_%26_Stitch Also, the year run for that show should actually be either 2008-2015 or 2008-2011, 2012, 2015, because while its last regular episode was in 2011, it got two more TV specials after that; one in 2012 and another in 2015.

  406. Ernesto Chacon October 2, 2020

    Josh please move the Clone Wars 2D series to the Global Rights not owned by Disney section instead of the "Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)" section for the last 3-5 months as neither Disney and Lucasfilm themselves never talk about it nor does the latter production company have this listed on their website, even Cartoon Network Studios (Which is owned by WarnerMedia fyi) made the animation so honestly it should be listed on the Global rights not owned by Disney section.

  407. Ernesto Chacon October 2, 2020

    Josh can you please include "(currently on HBO Max)" for Home Alone 1, Home Alone 2 and Home Alone 3, cause literally the streaming service still has the rights to them and they aren't listed anywhere on Disney+.

  408. Patrick N October 2, 2020

    Not sure about the Amazing Race being on here, since that aired on CBS.

    1. Ernesto Chacon October 2, 2020

      ABC Signature produced the series but I agree it should move to the Global Rights page as CBS Television Studios owns the rights to the series globally.

  409. Ernesto Chacon October 2, 2020

    Can you update the listing by adding in Cinderella (2015) cause the film left Disney+ in United States without notice since today.

  410. Zachary Gage October 2, 2020

    Can You Take Off Alien Convenient And Kings-man The Golden Circle Red Sparrow The Predator Widows Stuber On Missing Titles No Rated R Movies Disney Plus Can Bring PG-13 But Keep R Rated On Hulu

    1. Ernesto Chacon October 2, 2020

      Seriously, this is what Hulu/Star are meant for. Most of the content on Star is relegated to R-Rated TV-MA content and PG-13 and TV-14 content that won't got to Disney+.

  411. Zachary Gage October 2, 2020

    Disney Plus Can Add PG-13 And TV-14 But Keep Rated R And TV-MA On Hulu

    1. Ernesto Chacon October 2, 2020

      Again most of the films (Alien Convenant, Kingsman) is meant for Star.

  412. Zachary Gage October 3, 2020

    What About Shorty McShorts Disney Channel 2006-2007 And Hollywood Pictures Film Aspen Extreme 1993

  413. Zachary Gage October 4, 2020

    What About The Fighting Sullivans 1944 And Other 20th Century Fox Films In 1930 1940s 1950s

  414. aj erjavec October 4, 2020

    Since the live action Cinderella has been taking on can you put that on things that are missing

    1. Ernesto Chacon October 4, 2020

      Cinderella (2015) was already listed already like 2 days ago.

  415. Ramsay October 5, 2020

    This list is missing Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Crystal Crisis, which were four unfinished Clone Wars episodes released onto StarWars.com (later removed) and the blu-ray for Season 6 of The Clone Wars. Although the unfinished Bad Batch story arc was finished for Season 7, Cristal Crisis stayed in its story reel form. More info: https://www.starwars.com/video/the-clone-wars-legacy. Also there's Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures, a series of animated shorts on the Star Wars Kids YouTube channel that adapt the films, and Star Wars Resistance Shorts, a series of animated shorts on the Disney Channel YouTube channel that tie into the Star Wars Resistance TV show.

    1. Ernesto Chacon October 6, 2020

      Frankly, I see the Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Crystal Crisis be listed under the extra material rather than missing material.

  416. Ernesto Chacon October 6, 2020

    Once Eddie the Eagle, X2 and Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader arrive on Disney+, you think you can remove them from the list?

    1. Josh Shepherd October 17, 2020

      This list has been updated over 40 times, and it will continue to be

      1. Ernesto Chacon October 18, 2020

        And I still continue to see Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "Dan in Real Life" "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) not being put under to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" section. Literally, Disney ONLY owns the rights to the films in North America, but internationally it's not the case.

  417. Ernesto Chacon October 6, 2020

    Can you please correct Stitch! as literally, the series is simply called "Stitch!" not "Stitch! the Series".

  418. Ernesto Chacon October 6, 2020

    Do you think you can add in "9-1-1" (20th Century TV, 2018-present) and "9-1-1: Lone Star" (20th Century TV, 2020-present) to the "STAR STREAMING SERVICES" section?

  419. Zachary Gage October 6, 2020

    What About 20th Century Fox Film Called A Tree Grows In Brooklyn 1945

  420. Minni Saxton October 8, 2020

    Searching, I didn't see many disney junior titles like little einsteins (mentioned by someone else), ni hao kai-lan, doc mcstuffins, etc. that was the original reason for subscribing. Is there a link to rhe list disney plans to release?

  421. Malin Olsen October 10, 2020

    I’m missing The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1988-1991).

    1. Ernesto Chacon October 13, 2020

      It's already available on Disney+

  422. Zachary Gage October 11, 2020

    What About Bobs Burgers And Mutant X

  423. Owen Buddery October 11, 2020

    When will Disney confirm Bear in the big blue house will come on to Disney plus for US & U.K. ? When will Disney confirm that PBJ otter will come to Disney + U.K. & US ? When will Disney Confirm Stanley to come on to Disney + U.K. and USA? When will Disney confirm the Book of Pooh to come on to Disney + U.K. & US ? When will Disney confirm Out of the box to come on to Disney + U.K. & US ? When will Disney confirm that Jo Jo’s circus to come on to Disney + U.K. & US ?

  424. RBLXBrody October 13, 2020

    Would the Bionicle films count? Not only did Miramax have the rights, but so did Disney. They advertised, released, distributed, and marketed the film. Also according to an interview with one of the directors, he went on to state that Disney may had picked his studio, Creative Capers, to create the CGI for the film (alongside CGCG) since they had worked with the company before on many occasions. The films were on Netflix, but were removed from 2015 & 2016, and since Miramax owns the other rights, I would think that now they would either have to be on ViacomCBS or Disney+. What do you guys think?

    1. William Raymer October 16, 2020

      The Miramax library is owned by ViacomCBS, so any of those films would appear on CBS All Access (or Paramount+ as it will soon be known).

  425. William Raymer October 16, 2020

    As a heads-up, both Popeye and Dragonslayer can be found on CBS All Access (soon to be Paramount+) in the United States.

    1. Ernesto Chacon October 17, 2020

      Although Disney does have the international distribution rights to Popeye and Dragonslayer so I expect those films to show up on Disney+ in the International markets.

      1. William Raymer October 21, 2020

        I am aware of the rights issues regarding Popeye and Dragonslayer and that they would be available on D+ in the regions where Disney owns it. I just wanted to make sure people knew where they are here in the U.S.

  426. Ernesto Chacon October 18, 2020

    I still continue to see Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "Dan in Real Life" "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) not being put under to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney". Literally, Disney ONLY owns the rights to the films in North America, but internationally it's not the case. The international rights for Bicentennial Man are FULLY owned by Columbia/Sony Pictures, Bridge to Terabithia international rights are fully owned by Walden Media and Summit Entertainment who have full distribution rights in international markets instead of Disney (especially in Latin America, Europe and Asia), the international rights to The Post are owned by Universal Pictures not 20th Century Fox. Dan in Real Life also need to be moved to the "Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" section, Because Disney/Touchstone doesn't own International rights to "Dan in Real Life" Focus Features has it, nor is the film on ANY of their International Disney+ services including the United Kingdom/Ireland, besides 20th Century Fox doesn't have the rights to Dan in Real Life.

  427. Ernesto Chacon October 18, 2020

    Please remove Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Lucasfilm, 2003-2005) 2D Anime Series Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky from the "LIVE-ACTION AND ANIMATED TV SERIES (DISNEY LEGACY AND SELECT ABC TITLES)" section. Literally, Disney and Lucasfilm hardly talk about it along with the fact that the animation was done at Cartoon Network Studios. So compared to the other Lego Star Wars Specials and the Ewok movies I don't this micro series will EVER be on Disney+ like at all.

  428. Ernesto Chacon October 18, 2020

    Can you move Air Bud: Golden Receiver (1998), Air Bud: World Pup (2000), Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch (2002), Air Bud: Spikes Back (2003) to the "OFTEN-REQUESTED TITLES WITH GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY" section? Cause literally these first four aforementioned films are in copyright limbo, especially Golden Receiver as all 4 films were distributed by Miramax/Dimension films (which Disney sold the company off in 2010) plus they are currently owned by Air Bud Entertainment

    1. Josh Shepherd October 18, 2020

      That's a good point, should've done that already after the Franchises article - https://whatsondisneyplus.com/disney-plus-missing-incomplete-franchises-sequels/ . It's now updated, thx!

      1. Ernesto Chacon October 18, 2020

        Your welcome, secondly Josh when will you put Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "Dan in Real Life" "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" listing? Literally, Disney ONLY owns the rights to the films in the United States, but the international rights to these films (In particular Bicentennial Man, The Post, and Dan in Real Life) are distributed by another distributor, so I still am perplexed why these films haven't been moved to that section these past 4-5 months.

  429. Ernesto Chacon October 18, 2020

    Ever thought of adding in Bob's Burgers and Duncanville to the missing listing? I think both shows could be compatible with The Simpsons on Disney+ as they are animated sitcoms and more tamer than say Family Guy, of course, they could be put under the Hulu/Star section depending on how you see both shows.

    1. Josh Shepherd October 18, 2020

      Is there a strong case for that? We know Disney has stated that American Dad and Family Guy won't be coming to Disney+ (https://whatsondisneyplus.com/america-dad-family-guy-wont-be-coming-to-disney/) but with the emphasis on The Simpsons, it seems like they may be up for adding more Fox animation.

      1. Ernesto Chacon October 18, 2020

        I know that's what I was saying for Bob's Burgers and Duncanville if they can be put in either "Live-Action And Animated TV Series (Disney Legacy and Select ABC Titles)" or the Likely future additions to Star"?

  430. Zachary Gage October 19, 2020

    What About Charlie And Lola Tv series 2005-2008

    1. Ernesto Chacon October 19, 2020

      That's owned by BBC, so it's VERY unlikely that series will EVER be on Disney+.

  431. Zachary Gage October 19, 2020

    Charlie And Lola Is A Playhouse Disney Show