September sees Disney add lots of new content onto their streaming service in the United States, including the original movie, “Secret Society Of Second Born Royal” along with other new additions to the Disney+ library.

NOTE – This list isn’t complete and will be updated with new additions as they are announced.  Content may vary depending on your country and this list is based on the US release schedule.

Here is the full rundown:


Tuesday 1st September

Cinderella (2015)

After the untimely death of her father, Ella is troubled by her stepmother and stepsisters. However, her life changes forever after dancing with a charming stranger at the Royal Ball.



Friday 4th September

Mulan

To save her ailing father from serving in the Imperial Army, a fearless young woman disguises herself as a man to battle northern invaders in China.

NOTE – This title is Premier Access & is an additional cost of $29.99


The Wolverine

The Wolverine returns to face his ultimate nemesis in an action packed battle that takes him to modern day Japan; an epic fight that will change him forever.



Earth To Ned (Global)

From the Jim Henson Company comes a late-night talk show hosted by alien commander Ned and his lieutenant Cornelius, who call off the invasion of Earth after they fall in love with human culture. Broadcasting from the bridge of their spaceship, hidden deep underground, Ned and Cornelius interview Earth’s greatest resource, celebrities. With the help of the ship’s artificial intelligence, BETI, and the destructive CLODs, Ned must keep his show a secret from his home planet or suffer the wrath of his father, the Admiral of the Galactic Fleet.  All 10 episodes will be dropping on September 4th.


Weird But True – Episode 304 – Germs (Global)

Hosts Carly and Charlie are nominated for a Daytime Crafty Award! The awards ceremony is just around the corner, and Casey is helping them with their costumes…until she comes down with a cold! To avoid getting sick from the germs Casey is spreading throughout HQ, Carly and Charlie must understand all there is to know about germs. They head to Germfree Laboratories and Mushroom Mountain to examine good hygiene and health practices.


Pixar In Real Life – Episode 111 – “Coco: Abuelita Says No Music” – Finale

Abuelita shakes her chancla at the street performers in Washington Square Park and asks real New Yorkers to help her find her grandson. She eventually finds Miguel playing guitar, and he begs her to let him play just one song. The other street performers join in, creating a performance so delightful that even Abuelita can’t help but clap along.


Muppets Now (Episode 6) Finale – “Socialized”

Muppets Now social media intern, Robin The Frog, makes Scooter co-moderator of the social media accounts. Scooter attempts to carry out this week’s upload amidst a flood of alerts, requests, and notifications. Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and his assistant, Beaker, receive legal lectures and accidental assistance from Muppet attorney, Joe The Legal Weasel. The Swedish Chef faces his competitor, Marina Michelson, to prove his family recipe makes the most magnificent meatball. Fozzie Bear talks shop with fellow comedian Seth Rogen, while babysitting some bad babies. Linda Cardellini and Taye Diggs indulge Miss Piggy more than usual for this installment of Lifestyle with Miss Piggy



Ancient China from Above (s1)

The filmmaker sheds light on the ancient civilisation of China, one of the most populated nations on Earth, and explores its hidden landscapes and vast lands.


D2: The Mighty Ducks

An international competition for junior league hockey teams is being held in Los Angeles. Coach Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez) is picked to lead Team U.S.A. He reunites the “Mighty Ducks,” the teen misfits he once coached to victory. This time, crass sports promoter Tibbles (Michael Tucker) tempts the Ducks to cash in on their fame in lieu of practicing, but the team eventually gets back into training and takes on Iceland and their violence-prone coach, Wolf Stansson (Carsten Norgaard).


D3: The Mighty Ducks

The Ducks team receives scholarships to the prestigious Eden Hall Academy and soon faces off against the school’s arrogant varsity team with the help of their coach, Gordon Bombay.


Never Been Kissed

Josie, an editor, must go undercover at a high school to prepare a report on the lives of the students. However, she finds it difficult to fit in and school life brings back some unpleasant memories.


Strange Magic

After meeting Marianne, a fairy princess who is nursing a broken heart, Bog King’s views on love change as he realises that true love does not need a potion to blossom.


Trick or Treat

Trick or Treat is a 1952 animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures. The cartoon, which takes place on Halloween night, follows a series of pranks between Donald Duck and his nephews with Witch Hazel.


One Day At Disney – Episode 140 – “Alice Taylor: Studiolab”

Alice Taylor experiments with new storytelling mediums through Disney’s StudioLAB. From drones to augmented reality, Taylor uses innovation and emerging technologies to continue pushing the boundaries by which content can be created and shared with people around the world.


Friday 11th September

Christoper Robin

Winnie the Pooh enters the life of a now-grown-up Christopher Robin, to seek his help in finding his lost friends in the Hundred Acre Wood.


Weird But True – Episode 305 – Photography

This year Carly and Charlie’s work is the main attraction at an art gala! This year’s gala focuses on photography, but the duo is not as skilled in this artform. They head to Berkeley to learn from one of the best – National Geographic photographer Anand Varma! Their idea to combine paper art with photography makes their creation the hit of the show!


One Day At Disney (Short) Episode 141 – “Amanda Lauder: Chef Chocolatier”

Fulfilling a childhood dream, Amanda Lauder is the Chef Chocolatier for The Ganachery at Disney Springs. For Amanda, it’s a daily goal to create a delicious dessert that is both a tasty treat and a memorable experience for each guest. S’mores, ganache squares and chocolate lollipops are all on the menu as Amanda takes us into The Ganachery’s bustling kitchen



Friday 18th September

Becoming

The insightful and uplifting series tells the origin stories of 10 talented athletes, entertainers, and musicians including Adam Devine, Anthony Davis, Ashley Tisdale, Caleb McLaughlin, Candace Parker, Colbie Caillat, Julianne Hough, Nick Cannon, Nick Kroll, and Rob Gronkowski.    In this documentary-style series, shot in vérité, each episode centres around a visit to the celebrity’s hometown, touring important locations central to their upbringing. A supporting cast of family members, coaches, teachers, mentors and friends are interviewed, sharing rarely heard anecdotes and insights into the star’s “becoming” story.    All 10 episodes will be available on Friday 18th.


Weird But True – Episode 306 – Trains

It’s Crafty Camper Career Week, and Carly is so excited. All campers are paired with a professional in their respective field, and Carly’s assignment is to shadow a train engineer. After her grandfather organizes a visit to Steamtown Pennsylvania, Carly becomes inspired to improve trains in the future.


One Day At Disney (Short) Episode 142 – “Dr. Natalie Mylniczenko: Veterinarian”

Discover Walt Disney World Resort Veterinarian Dr. Natalie Mylniczenko’s creative approach to animal care. From performing rhinoceros check-ups at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park to traveling abroad for environmental work with endangered gorillas, this animal lover is dedicated to ensuring the survival of our world’s most vulnerable species


Morning Light

Experience a riveting and inspiring true-life adventure aboard the high-tech sloop MORNING LIGHT. Fifteen rookie sailors have one goal in mind — to be part of her crew, racing in the most revered sailing competition on Earth, the Transpac Yacht Race. From start to finish, it’s a rollercoaster ride of emotions and physical challenges, beginning with six months of intense training.  Only eleven will survive to race in the grueling 2,225-mile Transpac. Matching wits and skills against experienced pros and the unforgiving, unpredictable Pacific Ocean, these young men and women develop a powerful bond and prove how dedication, teamwork and an unyielding spirit can overcome the greatest of odds.


Bend it Like Beckham

A girl bends the rules, to reach her goal, in professional soccer. But her traditional parents refuse to even consider it and want her to hang up her football boots, find a nice boy and learn to cook.


Oil Spill of the Century

Documentary examining the sinking of oil tanker the Amoco Cadiz on the French coast in 1978, revisiting the site of the disaster to see how the environment has recovered.


India From Above

One of the world’s oldest continuing civilizations, India has the youngest population of any country on the planet. With an average age of 29 years, the populace is now faced with the largest democratic exercise in human history. India From Above hovers over the 850 million voters casting their ballots in 2019 to form a government. This story of a nation, at once both modern and steeped in mysticism, is told over two powerful episodes.


Coop & Cami Ask the World (s2)

Cooper and Cami, two middle school siblings, run an online channel and present unusual questions to their followers and solve their problems with the help of people’s opinions.


Europe from Above (s1)

Europe from Above takes to the air over Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain and the UK to showcase Europe’s finest cultural and geographical landmarks as you’ve never seen them before.


Ever After: A Cinderella Story

Danielle, a beautiful young woman, is treated as a servant by her stepmother and stepsisters. One day, she crosses paths with Prince Henry, heir to the kingdom, who falls in love with her.



Kingdom of the Mummies (s1)

In the shadow of the world’s oldest pyramids, a team of archaeologists, led by Dr. Ramadan Hussein, has made the discovery of a lifetime: a fully intact burial complex buried deep beneath the sand.


Marvel Super Hero Adventures (s4)

Spider-Man forms a team with various other superheroes in order to fight crime and teach the basics of friendship and co-operation.


Notre Dame: Race Against the Inferno

When the historic Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, France, burns down, the country’s firefighters strive to put out the fires. These individuals then share insights about the horrific event.


Once Upon a Time (s1-7)

Emma Swan’s past disasters drag her into the small town of Maine. She is the long-lost daughter of a king, who must protect her town from the curse of an evil queen.


Soy Luna (s2-3)

Luna lives with her family in Cancun, where she has a group of friends at school. However, her life changes when her parents receive an offer of work and must move to Buenos Aires, Argentina.


Violetta (s3)

A talented teenager returns to her hometown in Buenos Aires after living many years in Europe.


Wicked Tuna (s9)

The most skilled fishermen test themselves in the freezing waters of the North Atlantic to find the rare bluefin tuna fish.


Friday 25th September

Secret Society of Second-Born Royals

“Secret Society of Second Born Royals” follows Sam, a teenage royal rebel second in line to the throne of the kingdom of Illyria. Just as Sam’s disinterest in the royal way of life is at an all-time high, she discovers she has super-human abilities and is invited to join a secret society of similar extraordinary second-born royals charged with keeping the world safe. With guidance from their Secret Society instructor James, Sam and a new class of royal recruits must first learn to harness their new powers at a top-secret training camp before they can save the world.


Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Disney+‘s “Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom” produced by National Geographic and narrated by Disney fan-favorite Josh Gad (“Frozen,” “Frozen II”) gives viewers an all-encompassing backstage pass to explore the magic behind two of the world’s most beloved animal experiences, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park and The Seas with Nemo & Friends at EPCOT. Viewers get unprecedented access to some of the most rare and beautiful creatures on the planet and meet the animal care experts who have formed remarkable bonds with the parks’ 5,000 plus animals.


Weird But True – Episode 307 – Venomous Animals

Super Staple strikes again! The local library’s annual contest is here, and Charlie’s ready to submit his latest comic book for review. Unfortunately, Charlie’s comic book is never picked, so Carly and Charlie embark on a mission to find a new superhero and villain. But when they discover amazing things about venomous animals, Charlie and Carly must decide who the real hero is. They head to California Academy of Sciences to learn all about venomous species.



DisneyNature Oceans

Most of the Earth’s surface is covered by water; using the latest technology, filmmakers Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud set out to explore the underwater world. Diving deep into the waters that ultimately sustain all life on Earth, Perrin and Cluzaud capture spectacular footage of the amazing beauty and harsh reality of life beneath the waves.


The Fault In Our Stars

Hazel Grace Lancaster (Shailene Woodley), a 16-year-old cancer patient, meets and falls in love with Gus Waters (Ansel Elgort), a similarly afflicted teen from her cancer support group. Hazel feels that Gus really understands her. They both share the same acerbic wit and a love of books, especially Grace’s touchstone, “An Imperial Affliction” by Peter Van Houten. When Gus scores an invitation to meet the reclusive author, he and Hazel embark on the adventure of their brief lives.


Hidden Figures

Three brilliant African-American women at NASA — Katherine Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer) and Mary Jackson (Janelle Monáe) — serve as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn (Glen Powell) into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation’s confidence, turned around the Space Race and galvanized the world.


Fancy Nancy: Fancy it Yourself (s2)


The Giant Robber Crab


Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted (s2)

Gordon Ramsay sets out on an adventurous journey around the world where he interacts with people from different countries about their food and culture. He also prepares a number of delicacies.


Muppet Babies (s2)

Kermit, Piggy, Fozzie, Gonzo, Animal and their other friends explore their vast imagination to go on amazing adventures inside their nursery.


Port Protection: Alaska (s3)

The producers of National Geographic Channel’s hit series “Life Below Zero” are behind “Port Protection Alaska,” which profiles individuals trying to survive way above the Lower 48. Surrounded by the North Pacific, Port Protection is a remote community tucked into the northwest corner of Prince of Wales Island, Alaska. The approximately 100 residents who call the rugged, unforgiving land home push the limits of survival, living an isolated and risky existence of self-reliance with no roads, government or law enforcement. However, they think the risk is worth the profound reward: a world of beauty with the security of community without the constraints of bureaucracy.


Sydney to the Max (s2)

Sydney, a middle school student, and her father, Max, encounter different challenges in their daily lives, which they solve thanks to help from her grandmother Judy and their familial bond


Wild Central America (s1)

Nigel Marven’s exploration of the colorful and varied wildlife and culture of Central America includes climbing the ancient Maya ruins of El Mirador, Tikal and Yaxha in northern Guatemala and trekking through the jungles of the mysterious Darien Gap.


X-Ray Earth (s1)

Earth as it has never been seen before, by challenging preconceived notions about the world, making use of cutting-edge scientific tools, and travelling over, across and deep into the Earth’s crust to learn just what makes the world tick.


One Day At Disney (Short) Episode 143 – “Ashley Girdich: R&D Imagineer Manager”

Project manager Ashley Girdich oversees dynamic assignments for Walt Disney Imagineering’s Research and Development group. From managing teams to keeping projects and plans on track, Ashley is constantly pushing boundaries to ensure the next generation of Imagineers continue to create industry-leading, interactive experiences for park guests


NOTE – This list isn’t complete and will be updated with new additions as they are announced.  Content may vary depending on your country and this list is based on the US/Canada release schedule.

What are you looking forward to seeing on Disney+ in September?

 












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. Dylan July 21, 2020

    It was just recently announced that the 20th Century Studios film Mr & Mrs. Smith is leaving HBO in August so i hope that film comes to either Disney+ or Hulu in September, i think Hulu would be a better option (possibly the directors cut) but i think that movie should be on Disney+ because we need more adult content available and that movie would be a perfect addition to Disney+. Plus the film is PG-13 so its already qualified to show up on the service if they want to add it.

    1. Ernesto Chacon August 7, 2020

      PG-13 is subjective if I'm being honest with most of you, but honestly, I'd see Mr. and Mrs. Smith more suited for Hulu than Disney+. Even the same can be said for the other PG-13 titles from 20th Century Studios and Touchstone Pictures such as "Murder on the Orient Express", "Assassin's Creed", "Devil's Wear Prada", "Date Night", "The Proposal", "Coyote Ugly", "Wild Hogs", "The Village", "Signs", "Wild Hogs"

      1. Dylan August 7, 2020

        your absolutely right, PG-13 is very subjective and out of the films you mentioned i can only see 2 of them that might only be exclusive to Hulu and those films are M. Night's Signs and The Village because they're kind of scary movies and Disney might not want those kinds of films on Disney+ so they might as well just dump them on Hulu, as for the other films you mentioned i think Disney could meet in the middle and decide to put those films on both Disney+ and Hulu cause not only would it be a win-win situation at Disney but it would definitely satisfy the consumers in the long run cause like i said Disney needs to add more content that's aimed at teens, young adults (like myself) and adults onto Disney+ and those films besides Signs and The Village would be perfect additions to both Disney+ and Hulu cause some of those films were a major part of my childhood (and many others) like Coyote Ugly, The Devil Wears Prada, Wild Hogs and The Proposal so to make that work Disney could just add a Disclaimer onto those films and they're all good, plus Disney needs to add more ABC shows onto Disney+ (plus add on Freeform shows as well) cause their are only 4 shows from ABC that are on Disney+ and those are Agent Carter, Boy Meets World, Inhumans and The Muppets (and i know Agents of SHIELD is available in some countries but it probably won't come to Disney+ until 2022 here in the US because its on Netflix) but that may change in this month since its being reported that Dinosaurs and Once Upon a Time are coming to Disney+ (because Once Upon a Time is leaving Netflix on September 6th) so if those reports are true i hope Disney adds more shows aimed at the demographic that i just mentioned and that will satisfy a lot of people also with some major executives leaving Disney+ for other business it might help boost Disney+ with their content and adding those films and shows onto Disney+ will only make the service a whole lot better.

        1. Ernesto Chacon August 8, 2020

          Again, I really don't think that "Murder on the Orient Express", "Assassin's Creed", "Devil's Wear Prada", "Date Night", "The Village", "Signs", "Wild Hogs" and especially "The Proposal" and "Coyote Ugly" will be the type of movies airing on Disney+ due to the content not being suitable on the service. As for the ABC shows, the ones I see realistically appearing on Disney+ while joining alongside "Boy Meets World, the Marvel shows (Agents of SHIELD, Agent Carter, Inhumans), Once Upon a Time (including OYAT in Wonderland) and the 2015 Muppets show are The Golden Girls, Dinosaurs (which is set to come to Disney+ in Fall 2020), Home Improvement and Black-ish. Frankly, I don't think that a series such as Lost, Desperate Housewives, Scandal, Revenge, How to Get Away with Murder, Castle don't seem to be the kind of shows meant to be streaming for Disney+ so I'd see them airing on Hulu and their upcoming international service "Star".

          1. Dylan August 8, 2020

            Well it all depends on where Disney wants to put what movies and shows on to Disney+ or Hulu in their official press releases, wherever they go ill be fine with it, as for those ABC shows you mentioned most of them are already available on Hulu (with the exception of How to Get Away with Murder because its on Netflix till June 2022 so i expect it to be on Hulu after their time at Netflix ends) and Castle is nowhere to be found anywhere on streaming so it could end up on either service but i think Hulu would be the best place to put it as the shows you mentioned are already streaming on Hulu, as for the ABC shows you mentioned that are suitable for Disney+ i think it depends on the content that certain episodes cover like The Golden Girls cover some outdated themes in some episodes so i think for Disney to meet in the middle they can put disclaimers at the top of certain episodes saying "This episode is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated (whatever themes the episode covers) and it may not be suitable for younger audiences. Viewer Discretion Is Advised". But also The Golden Girls is already streaming on Hulu so if Disney wants to put The Golden Girls on Disney+ they can have it stream on both Disney+ and Hulu and it would be a win-win situation (that also applies to Black-ish as well) and i'm already aware of the reports that Dinosaurs is coming to Disney+ in the fall which i'm not surprised since it's not streaming on Hulu anymore (same with Home Improvement but i think it will come to Disney+ very soon whenever they announce it) and i hope that some newer ABC shows produced by Disney and 20th Century TV will come to Disney+ as well because some seasons of certain ABC shows are missing from Hulu like A Million Little Things, The Rookie and Station 19 which i think they may come to Disney+ or they may come back to Hulu as it depends on the content. And i hope Freeform adds some of their shows on to Disney+ as well especially Cloak and Dagger since it is a Marvel show (and Marvel is a core brand on Disney+) but that show does cover very sensitive topics so i think maybe it might stay on Hulu or it can stream on both services (like Runaways) either way whatever Disney decides to do i'm fine with it.

        2. Ernesto Chacon August 10, 2020

          I also forgot to mention Galavant as being another ABC series that would work well on Disney+ besides The Golden Girls, Dinosaurs Home Improvement and Black-ish. Also, keep in mind that the Oh My Disney YouTube channel did had a video on The Golden Girls. Regarding Freeform/ABC Family shows it's hard to think of which shows and Movies would work cause the majority of them have content that seems more suited for Hulu (e.g. Sirens, Motherland, etc..) or owned by another company (e.g. Pretty Little Liars), the ones I can think would work well and join alongside "Disney Fairytale Weddings", "12 Dates of Christmas", on "Home Alone 4" on Disney+ are "Melissa & Joey", "10 Things I Hate About You" (TV series), "Kyle XY", "Grown-ish" and "Baby Daddy".

          1. Dylan August 10, 2020

            Yes i totally forgot about Galavant, and that's leaving Netflix on September 7th alongside Once Upon a Time so that could be coming to Disney+ as well in September. Plus i forgot to mention some seasons of America's Funniest Home Videos are also on Disney+ so that's 4 1/2 ABC shows available on Disney+ (soon to be 6 1/2 when Galavant and Once Upon a Time arrive to Disney+). And out of the Freeform shows you mentioned that might be suitable for Disney+ are very good ones since the movie version of 10 Things I Hate About You is already available on Disney+ it makes sense to have the series version available on their, having all the ish trilogy of shows on Disney+ is a must so you're right about that, and Kyle XY is nowhere streaming right now so having it on Disney+ could be huge and the other two shows you mentioned are most definitely qualified to be available on Disney+. And i hope they add kore recent ABC shows on to Disney+ as well like Mixed-ish, Stumptown, A Million Little Things, The Rookie and other comedies like Fresh off the Boat, Speechless, Single Parents, American Housewife, Modern Family, The Kids Are Alright, and Bless This Mess. And i think Shadowhunters would be a good Freeform show to add on to Disney+ as well.

    2. Teddy Hawes August 19, 2020

      Hulu or Next Year On Disney's New Streaming Service STAR

    3. Bob Olin August 22, 2020

      I'm wondering when Disney+ will start releasing more older movies and television 📺 episodes.. Most of the stuff they are doing could be on Disney Channel or XD. Lets see some Zorro, Mickey Mouse Club, Swamp Fox and movies like Johnny Tremain, Conorman, Kidnapped, 3rd Man on the Mountain, and Summer Magic and many more

  2. CrosswalkX July 30, 2020

    What still no Donald Duck cartoons, The Clock Watcher 1945, Window Cleaners 1940, Donald's Snow Fight 1942, Bellboy Donald 1942, Modern Inventions 1937. Why is the Disney company withholding the best Donald Duck cartoons I've mentioned? I've been waiting for half a year now and they still haven't uploaded more of the best Donald Duck cartoons. Please Disney company, don't put out a few of the worst Donald Duck cartoons like Donald's Garden 1942, or Uncle Donald's Ants 1952 since I refuse to watch it since those shorts had a horrible ending for Donald Duck. Also while you're at it put in "The Flying Mouse" 1934 cartoon and please get "The Practical Pig" 1939 on Disney Plus, they need to be on the Disney service.

  3. Dylan August 6, 2020

    I wonder if the 31st season of The Simpsons will be added on in this month considering the new season begins at the end of September

  4. Tom August 6, 2020

    I know it is early, but this is the smallest amount of new content I have seen. Hope they use this as an opportunity to pull out some very requested legacy content from the vault.

  5. Philip August 12, 2020

    Disney should put all PG-13 movies on the service that they own and same with TV all the way to TV-14, Hulu should just be for the strictly adult content that they own amd also for whatever studios have deals for there. And for special, extended, director's, editor's, and unrated cuts and editions, they should be added aswell, and not under extras, and most of them are unrated, so Disney should just leave them that way and upload them to the service, Hamilton shoulda been just left unrated aswell, which would've allowed all 3 f bombs to stay in, besides, parents would play the soundtack with their kids in the room anyway, so censoring did nothing, infact censoring something, just drawls attention to whats being censored

  6. Savage August 12, 2020

    Hopefully this fall, Disney+ can add Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Firefly, Modern Family, and Malcolm in the Middle

  7. Ernesto Chacon August 12, 2020

    One of the puppeteers from the upcoming Earth to Ned (from The Jim Henson Company) on Instagram said that the series will launch on Disney+, September 11. https://www.instagram.com/p/CDuKGW4gLgH/?fbclid=IwAR02RxKY_tDF2EqgplZSnNm6zGbmeOVswFzhLjHklYdSP0mUvkWFmNXO2Uc

  8. darien aguilar August 13, 2020

    air bud 1997 honey i shrunk the kids the tv show stanley house of mouse please?

  9. darien aguilar August 13, 2020

    air bud sequels 1998-2003. please?

  10. Owen Buddery August 16, 2020

    I wonder what is coming on to Disney plus In the U.K. we’re missing Disney Junior shows From Disney plus USA Fancy Nancy Season 1 Vampirina season 2 PJ masks season 3 The Lion Guard season 3 and Goldie & Bear

  11. heather woodside August 17, 2020

    I think that you will have to add all of the Eighties Disney Channel Movies that you haven't even added yet and even all of the Fifties, Sixties, Seventies, Eighties, and Nineties TV movies that you haven't even added yet to Disney Plus

  12. Nicky J. O'Hagan August 17, 2020

    I hope Aladdin: Live from the West End will be streaming on Disney+, premiered in September, October, November or December.

  13. Stuart August 19, 2020

    Is there any news of when the Lion Guard season 3 will be coming to the UK. My daughter is a big fan and desperate to watch it.

  14. Jacob August 22, 2020

    Isn't the Cinderella movie that gets added on September 1st from 2015 and not from 2017?

  15. Payton Cummings August 22, 2020

    According to the Stanley page on Wikipedia, it said "The animated series became available to stream on Disney+ on September 11th, 2020". I don't know if that's leaked information or a rumor

  16. Maddie August 26, 2020

    When will the Owl House be on Disney+? Its season finale airs this Saturday.

  17. Ernesto Chacon September 1, 2020

    The Next on Disney+ - September 2020 trailer reveals that 20th Century Studios' Hidden Figures (2016) and especially The Fault in Our Stars (2014) which the latter filmis rated is PG-13 is coming to Disney+ on September 25th. https://youtu.be/x8CmMUxx6ns