It’s Sunday and time to look at what’s trending on Disney+;  “Bluey” continues to hold the top spot on the US trending chart, with “The Marvels” continuing to pull in viewers on Disney+.

This week saw the return of “Star Wars: The Bad Batch” for its third and final season.  With the drop of three new episodes, it gave the show a big boost in views, pushing the series back into the top end of the trending chart.

While Hulu on Disney+ launched in the US last month, it’s still in its Beta version until March 2024, so any content from Hulu isn’t included in the main trending chart. 

In the United Kingdom,  “Grey’s Anatomy” once again moved back to being the most popular show on the platform.

Here are the Disney+ Trending charts for the week ending Sunday, 25th February 2024:

United States

  1. Bluey
  2. Moana
  3. The Simpsons
  4. Elemental
  5. Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
  6. Star Wars: The Bad Batch
  7. Encanto
  8. Spidey And His Amazing Friends
  9. Toy Story
  10. Cars
  11. Frozen
  12. Pupstruction
  13. The Marvels
  14. Zootopia
  15. Monsters Inc
  16. Big City Greens
  17. Jessie
  18. Turning Red
  19. Frozen 2
  20. Tangled
  21. Dance Moms
  22. Toy Story 2
  23. Percy Jackson And The Olympians
  24. Puppy Dog Pals
  25. Finding Nemo

United Kingdom

  1. Grey’s Anatomy
  2. Modern Family
  3. Family Guy
  4. The Simpsons
  5. Bluey
  6. Criminal Minds
  7. The Walking Dead
  8. Star Wars: The Bad Batch
  9. Desperate Housewives
  10. Bob’s Burgers
  11. American Dad
  12. The Marvels
  13. New Girl
  14. NCIS
  15. How I Met Your Mother
  16. Moana
  17. Bones
  18. Deadpool 2
  19. Prison Break
  20. 9-1-1
  21. Elemental
  22. Frozen
  23. Percy Jackson And The Olympians
  24. Futurama
  25. Encanto

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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: Twitter: Facebook:

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