It’s Friday, and time to take a look at what’s been added onto Disney+ in Canada today, which includes some sing-along versions of some Disney films plus lots of Shark documentaries.

Here’s the rundown:


Beauty and the Beast (1991) Sing-Along

Belle, a beautiful young woman, agrees to live with the Beast in exchange for the return of her abducted father. Soon, Belle discovers that her hideous captor is actually an enchanted prince.


Beauty and the Beast (2017) Sing-Along

Belle, a village girl, embarks on a journey to save her father from a creature that has locked him in his dungeon. Eventually, she learns that the creature is an enchanted prince who has been cursed.


Tangled Sing-Along

Rapunzel, a naive and young girl, is locked up by her overly protective mother. Her wish to escape into the world outside finally comes true when she meets the good-hearted thief, Flynn.


Baby Sharks

Even the biggest, fastest, and fiercest predators start out…as a baby. Baby sharks are cute, but they need to grow up fast. Because out of more than 500 species of sharks, not one parent sticks around to help raise them. Sharks are found in every ocean across the planet and have evolved extraordinarily different ways to carry their young and give birth — and for baby sharks⋯ to thrive.


Camo Sharks

As one of the most feared predators on the planet, sharks use a number of strategies to enhance their predatory abilities, even changing colour.


Counting Jaws

Shark encounters off the coast of California are skyrocketing. Now, a team of researchers are on a mission to investigate a newly discovered white shark hot spot close to popular beaches and determine how many Great Whites are out there. Their expedition will bring them face to face with some of the biggest sharks on the planet.


Jaws vs. Boats

Viral videos of sharks attacking boats abound. Dr Mike Heithaus and PhD candidate Sara Casareto investigate what’s causing this clash.



Maui Shark Mystery

Every year tiger sharks gather in big numbers in Maui. What’s the cause?


Shark Queens

In the ocean, female sharks often make the rules. In fact, scientists are trying to understand if the biggest and baddest sharks in the world’s waters are female.


Shark Side of the Moon

A glimpse into the lives of hammerhead sharks and their surprising connection to the moon.



Sharks That Eat Everything

The ocean’s deadliest predators often eat more than just sardines and seals.


World’s Biggest Hammerhead?

Numerous reports of giant great hammerheads up to twenty feet in length have put the true size potential of this species into question.


Nature Boy

Real or Fake? That’s the essential question behind the long history of professional wrestling. In Nature Boy, an ESPN Films 30 for 30documentary on the truth-is-stranger-than-fiction life of Ric Flair, director Rory Karpf (I Hate Christian Laettner) bares the soul of someone whom millions of fans think they know. Propelled by two rousing yet brutally honest interviews with Flair conducted 16 months apart, the film traces his epic career-from the creation of his blond Adonis character, through the glory days of the NWA and The Four Horsemen, to his poignant last years in the ring. Serving as witnesses are a Who’s Who of wrestling: Triple H, The Undertaker, Baby Doll, Shawn Michaels, Jim Ross, Ricky Steamboat, Sting and Hulk Hogan. As a pure wrestler, he was truly beloved. His “Woooo” showmanship was imitated by athletes from other sports, as well as the hip-hop community. But as interviews with family members and Flair himself reveal, his frenzied lifestyle masked the loneliness of a man who could never please his physician father and then ran away from his own wives and children-and toward an almost unbearable tragedy. It was Ric Flair who popularized the boast, “If you want to be The Man, you gotta beat The Man.” In this film, you’ll get to meet the man.


What are you going to watch on Disney+ over the weekend?






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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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