Disney has removed Marvel’s Spider-Man animated series from the 1990s from Disney+ in multiple countries including the US, Canada and in the UK.

Spider-Man is one of the classic animated series from the 1990s and ran for 65 episodes.  The show features many great storylines from the comic books and introduced a generation to many of the other characters within the Marvel Universe.

Disney+ doesn’t advertise these removals in advance like other streaming services like Netflix or Hulu.

This removal could be temporary, such as to fix an issue or it’s just a mistake, as this has happened in the past, for example with “Sword In The Stone.  Another possible reason for this is that Disney are fixing the issue with episodes being out of order and needed to take them offline to do so.

While some titles are sometimes removed from Disney+ in the United States due to pre-existing contracts, Disney generally doesn’t remove that many titles each month and they usually happen at the beginning of a month.  And internationally, hardly any titles have been removed since Disney+ launched.

No return date has yet been confirmed by Disney on when this series will be readded to Disney+.  We will keep you informed when the series is available again on Disney+.

UPDATE – Disney+ Help have confirmed they are aware of the problem, but can’t say when the series will be re-added to Disney+.

UPDATE 2 – Spider-Man has now returned to Disney+.

Roger Palmer

Roger has been a Disney fan since he was a kid and this interest has grown over the years. He has visited Disney Parks around the globe and has a vast collection of Disney movies and collectibles. He is the owner of What's On Disney Plus & DisKingdom. Email: Roger@WhatsOnDisneyPlus.com Twitter: Twitter.com/RogPalmerUK Facebook: Facebook.com/rogpalmeruk

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  1. Francon_Espinola April 26, 2021

    Rumor has it there will be a 1994 Spiderman revival

  2. Rodrigo Barros April 26, 2021

    Here in Portugal, According to Jim has left the catalogue out of the blue. Also, there are around 20 episodes missing from the middle section "One Day at Disney", and the series was complete when we first got the service here.

    1. Ricky April 27, 2021

      That's weird. I belieber it's the first time it happens on D+ Portugal.

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    2. Ricky April 27, 2021

      I was told that a few series, including According to Jim and Sleepy Hollow will return to Disney Plus Portugal as soon as some subtitle issues will be fixed. Hope it helps.

      1. Rodrigo Barros April 28, 2021

        Thanks. I didn't even notice Sleepy Hollow. :p It should be on my queue/watch list. In fact, I do hope Disney revamps the list soon. It's infuriating that you can only view 50 titles at a time! But yeah, According to Jim had terrible subtitles. It seemed like they just ran the English one through an automatic translator. Made no sense, it was really messy.

  3. Ricky April 26, 2021

    I'm sure it will return soon

    1. Clyde April 27, 2021

      This is stupid Sony doesn’t even own the rights to this, and I thought Disney Plus will never remove any shows (sigh) but I guess I was wrong. Not even WarnerMedia will take away it’s own tv shows from HBO Max (although Warner could’ve taken out several of it’s own cartoons such as several Looney Tunes shows, several Scooby Doo shows, Tom & Jerry, Yogi Bear, and Jonny Quest, but they changed their mind and kept them there much longer)

      1. Nathan Gamerdog April 27, 2021

        They are probably just fixing an issue calm down

      2. Chris April 27, 2021

        HBO Max will remove Warner Bros. properties if they have licensed them to another streaming service. There are several WB movies that will be leaving HBO Max on April 30 that will then be available on Peacock on May 1.

        1. Clyde April 27, 2021

          I’m fully aware of that, but sometimes WB movies will get removed and not be licensed on any other streaming services plus some Warner Bros movies are on Netflix and HBO Max like The Conjuring for example

        2. Clyde April 27, 2021

          So yeah even other Warner movies can be licensed to other streaming services, the same can sometimes be said about Disney

          1. Chris April 27, 2021

            Were you specifically referring to WB shows, not movies? I was referring to your claim that HBO Max wouldn't remove WB properties. They actually do that a lot in the case of movies. With shows, though, I'm not so sure. If HBO Max has ever removed a TV series owned by WB, I haven't noticed it.

          2. Clyde April 27, 2021

            I clearly stated that WarnerMedia will never took away any of their own shows I’m just giving you an example that not every WB movie licensed to other streaming services gets removed on HBO Max since YOU stated that there are several WB movies going to Peacock.

        3. Clyde April 27, 2021

          Like for example many Disney movies are on Netflix and Disney+ such as The Muppets (2011), Muppets Most Wanted, and Miracle, although a few are only on Netflix such as The BFG

          1. Chris April 28, 2021

            Yeah, HBO Max is sort of confusing. They will sometimes say certain titles will be removed at the end of the month, then they don't leave after all.

          2. Clyde April 28, 2021

            I agree The Austin Powers trilogy was supposed to be gone at the end of March, but they stayed instead

  4. Teen Arachnid April 27, 2021

    I don't care if it's not in order. I wanna watch the show!🙁🙁

  5. Riley May 2, 2021

    Thanks for this! I do remember feeling like some of the episodes were in the wrong order or at least a different order than they were released. I'm still waiting for Spider-Man '66 to be added!