What’s Trending On Disney+ | The Simpsons Knocks Artemis Fowl Off #1
It’s Sunday and time to take our weekly look at what everybody is watching on Disney+. This week has seen “The Simpsons” once again reclaim the top spot on the trending chart, knocking off the new Disney+ Original movie “Artemis Fowl”.
Here is the Disney+ Trending chart for week ending Sunday 21st June 2020 for the United States:
- The Simpsons (2)
- Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (3)
- Frozen 2 (5)
- Moana (-)
- Artemis Fowl (1)
- Fantastic Four (2015) (NEW)
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars (-)
- Jessie (6)
- Frozen (8)
- Toy Story 4 (9)
- The Jungle Book (NEW)
- Zootopia (-)
- Black Panther (Re-Entry)
- Tangled (13)
- The Princess and the Frog (NEW)
- Onward (11)
- Avengers: Endgame (15)
- Star Wars: The Mandalorian (14)
- Phineas & Ferb (16)
- Toy Story (17)
- Aladdin (2019) (18)
- Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (NEW)
- Coco (21)
- Toy Story 3 (Re-Entry)
- Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil (10)
This week has seen a number of new movies push their way onto the trending chart, since they’ve just been added to Disney+, its interesting to see that “Fantastic Four” (2015) has jumped so high into the charts, considering the reaction to that movie being added.
“Black Panther” and “The Princess and the Frog” have also both moved into the trending chart, as Disney added a “Celebrate Black Stories” collection onto the Disney+ home page.
It was the 10th anniversary of the release of “Toy Story” 3 this week, and people have been rewatching that movie. People have also been watching other Toy Story content, especially in other regions such as the UK, which saw “Toy Story With Terror” and “Toy Story That time Forgot” added to the platform.
Disney don’t provide actual viewing numbers for Disney+, so this chart is based off the Trending section on my Disney+ app on Sunday morning. Numbers within brackets indicate last weeks spot on the trending chart.
What have you been watching on Disney+ this week?
What do the numbers in parentheses beside the trending titles mean? Also, putting the years beside each title would help identify each title
That’s the trending chart number from last week. I usually only put the year on a title like “The Lion King” or “Aladdin” since there are 2 of them.