What’s New On Disney+ (US/Canada) | Star Wars: The Clone Wars
It’s Friday and time to take a look at what’s arrived on Disney+ in the United States and Canada, which includes a brand new episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Shop Class. There are also some new additions to the Disney+ Library including the Olympic Elk.
Here is the full rundown:
Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Episode 710 – “The Phantom Apprentice”
Ahsoka and Republic forces confront Maul on Mandalore.
Disney Family Sundays – Episode 125 – “WALL•E: Recycling Container”
In honor of Earth Day, the Mai family builds an eco-conscious craft inspired by Pixar’s “Wall•E.”
Disney Insider Episode 104 – “Mixing a Masterpiece, Dressing Minnie, Disney Heroes”
This week on Disney Insider, we give you a sneak peek on how Walt Disney Animation Studios’ legendary Ink & Paint Department continues to create classic Disney moments in vibrant colors. Fashion designer Guo Pei creates exclusive Lunar New Year looks for Mickey and Minnie. In celebration of the Disney Conservation Fund’s 25th Anniversary and Earth Month, “Disney Insider” follows one of the year’s Conservation Heroes.
One Day At Disney – Episode 121 – “Tia Kratter: Pixar University”
Tia Kratter, Manager of Art and Film Education at Pixar University, helps Pixar artists hone their craft. Kratter sheds light on the immeasurable artistic detail that goes into every film, and spreads her wealth of knowledge to Pixar employees as well as others who want to further their creative education.
Be Our Chef – Episode 105 – “Beyond the Reef”
The Merrill family and Wells family look to sail away with a win in the “Moana” challenge. Just as Moana was able to combine her island life with her adventures at sea, our families must now create a dish that brings both land and sea together in a harmonious way. Families travel to the Land Pavilion at Epcot and meet Moana herself at Magic Kingdom Park for a little land and sea inspiration.
America’s Funniest Home Videos (S12-19, 23)
The Olympic Elk
True-Life Adventure featurette; released on February 13, 1952. Directed by James Algar. Depicts the lives of elk living on the Olympia Peninsula in Washington, including their feeding habits, breeding, and battles for supremacy of the herd.
What are you looking forward to watching on Disney+ this week?