A Breakdown of the Released News for Disney+

A Breakdown of the Released News for Disney+

Last updated April 22, 2019.

The internet went wild last week when all of Disney’s social media outlets broke the news of the official release date of Disney+, Disney’s upcoming streaming service: November 12, 2019.


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Along with an official release date, Disney also released tons of exciting news about some of the upcoming new titles and existing content that will be available on Disney+. The service will include TV series and movies from Disney, Pixar, Marvel,  Star Wars, Fox, and National Geographic. Here is a breakdown of the Disney+ news:


Disney+ will be a monthly membership fee of $6.99, or you can pay an annual fee of $69.99, which is equivalent to $5.83 per month. The service will also be ad-free.


I’m sure throughout the year we will hear more titles, but so far we know these will be available:

  • New Titles:
    • Lady and the Tramp (live action adaptation)
    • Noelle (Christmas movie starring Anna Kendrick)
    • Diary of a Female President
    • Timmy Failure
    • Stargirl (based on the New York Times Best-Selling novel)
    • Togo
    • Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2 (behind-the-scenes documentary)
    • Phineas and Ferb movie
    • Free Solo (National Geographic documentary)
    • Dolphin Reef (Disneynature film narrated by Natalie Portman)
  • Existing Titles Available for Streaming:
    • Mary Poppins
    • Alice in Wonderland
    • A Goofy Movie
    • Captain Marvel
    • The Sound of Music
    • The Princess Bride

TV Series

  • New Titles:
    • Monsters at Work (Monsters Inc spin-off series)
    • Forky Asks a Question (Animated shorts series with the Toy Story 4 character)
    • WandaVision (live-action series of Wanda and Vision with Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany)
    • Marvel’s What If…? (Animated Marvel series)
    • Loki (Live action series starring Tom Hiddleston as Loki)
    • The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
    • The Mandalorian (Star Wars live action series taking place before the events of Rogue One)
    • High School Musical: The Musical: The Series
    • The World According to Jeff Goldblum (National Geographic series)
    • Magic of the Animal Kingdom (documentary series giving audiences a look into Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom and Epcot’s SeaBase aquarium)
    • Be Our Chef (cooking competition show centered around creating Disney Parks dishes)
    • Cinema Relics: Iconic Art of the Movies (documentary series)
  • Existing Titles Available for Streaming:
    • Star Wars: The Clone Wars
    • Malcom in the Middle
    • The Simpsons (all 30 seasons available to watch)


  • New Titles:
    • Lamp Life (new short centered around Bo Peep)

More to Come!

Of course there will be many more titles to come, with Disney+ launching with “around 500 films from the Disney library,” as well as “around 7,000 episodes of Disney TV fare” according to The Hollywood Reporter. Disney has also released how Disney+ will look on your TV, smartphone, and tablet (see below). To learn more about the titles already released, you can get a more detailed description on Oh My Disney. Stay current on all the Disney+ news by signing up for Disney+ updates here.


Disney+ on tablet

Disney+ on TV


Disney+ on Smartphone


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