What to Stream on Disney+ from A–Z
December 22, 2022
With classic Disney animated movies, live-action series, documentaries, shorts and tons more, Disney+ has something—well, a lot of things—for every age, interest, fandom and family. The only problem you’ll have is deciding what to watch first. To help you choose, we’ve compiled a whole alphabet of Disney+ offerings that’s full of both nostalgic favorites and new releases. But it’s just the tip of the iceberg. With Disney+ and the Disney Bundle, the entertainment is endless!
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This brand-new series in the Star Wars galaxy takes you to the early days of the rebellion against the Empire, a time of danger, deception and intrigue. Follow Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) as he discovers the difference he can make and begins a journey that will turn him into a rebel hero.
B: Behind the Attraction
How did they do that?! If you’ve ever visited a Disney park, you’ve probably wondered exactly that about your favorite attraction. In this documentary, you’ll learn fascinating facts, like how Imagineers designed the Disney castles and how a chance encounter between Walt Disney and an Academy Award®-winning actress led to the creation of “it’s a small world.”
C: Cars on the Road
Lightning McQueen and his best mate, Mater, hit the highway in this all-new original series. Follow the two pals’ es-car-pades as they head east from Radiator Springs on a road trip to meet Mater’s sister, having adventures and learning about themselves on the way.
D: Dancing with the Stars
You can now stream the hit reality competition on Disney+! Join hosts Tyra Banks and Alfonso Ribeiro for every star-studded tango, foxtrot and cha-cha.
When an animated princess, Giselle, is banished to Manhattan by an evil queen, she’ll have to find out if a fairytale romance can come true in the real world. After you’ve watched this family favorite, find out where Giselle’s story goes in the sequel, Disenchanted, premiering this November!
F: Forky Asks a Question
Forky’s got questions. His friends have answers. In this series of animated shorts, the beloved Toy Story 4 Character gets help from his pals on queries both practical—like “What is a computer?”—and philosophical—”What is time?”
Growing up might be tough, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun doing it. Tag along with Zoey Johnson as she heads to college and tackles issues facing today’s students in this coming-of-age series from black-ish executive producer Kenya Barris.
H: Hocus Pocus 2
The Sanderson sisters are back, and they’re out for revenge! It’s up to a trio of high schoolers to stop them from wreaking havoc on Salem in this sequel to the 1993 classic comedy.
I: The Incredibles 2
When we meet the Parrs again, Helen is leading a campaign to bring back the Supers, and Bob is facing the tall task of being a super stay-at-home dad to Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack. Life is good…until a new villain unveils a dangerous and brilliant plot — one that the family will have to stop together.
J: James and the Giant Peach
When young James rescues a spider from his cruel aunts, it sets in motion a fantastic adventure. Based on Roald Dahl’s celebrated children’s book, this animated feature tells the story of a boy learning to confront his sorrowful past as he embarks on a magical journey.
K: Kingdom of the White Wolf
Follow National Geographic explorer Ronan Donovan as he treks to the high Arctic in search of the legendary white wolf. Learn about these enigmatic predators and their tight family bonds in this spellbinding docuseries.
Luca and his friend Alberto share an idyllic summer of gelato and scooter rides on the Italian Riviera, but their fun is threatened by a shocking secret: they’re actually sea monsters from an underwater realm.
M: The Mandalorian
The Empire has fallen, the First Order has not yet risen, and lawlessness reigns. Amid the danger, the Mandalorian and the Child must make their way through the outer reaches of the galaxy in this smash-hit Star Wars series. Watch the first two seasons before the third comes out in 2023.
N: The Nightmare Before Christmas
Perfect for Halloween… or Christmas… or anytime, really, Tim Burton’s animated film tells the merry tale of Pumpkin King Jack Skellington’s plan to spread the joy of Christmas in Halloween Town.
Adapted from Rodgers and Hammerstein’s hit, this timeless musical follows a pair of cowboys as they vie with a nefarious ranch hand and a traveling peddler for the affections of the women they love. Fans of Broadway will love its many classic songs, like “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’” and “The Surrey With the Fringe on Top.”
P: Pinocchio (2022)
The beloved folktale and Disney animated classic gets a marvelous reimagining in this live-action and CGI film by Academy Award®-winning director Robert Zemeckis. See Pinocchio (Benjamin Evan Ainsworth), Geppetto (Tom Hanks) and Jiminy Cricket (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) as you’ve never seen them before.
Q: Queen of Katwe
Based on a true story, this film tells the inspiring tale of a Ugandan girl whose life is forever changed when she discovers her amazing talent for chess. All hail the queen!
R: Remember the Titans
Denzel Washington stars as Herman Boone, the African-American coach of a high-school football team in its first season as a racially integrated unit. Set in 1970s Virginia and based on real events, the stirring movie shows that when you work together, anything is possible.
S: She-Hulk: Attorney at Law
This new comedy series follows She-Hulk/Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany), a Super Hero/lawyer specializing in superhuman cases because, you know, some battles must be fought against villains and some must be fought in court.
T: Turning Red
Meilin Lee is confident, quirky and 13 years old. She’s going through big changes in her interests, relationships and body, and if that weren’t enough, she’s also got to deal with a little family quirk where she “poofs” into a giant red panda whenever she gets too excited.
U: Under Wraps
Pals Marshall, Gilbert and Amy accidentally revive a mummy they find in their neighbor’s basement. Can they keep him a secret and get him back to his resting place before midnight on Halloween? Find out in this adventurous comedy.
Vampirina’s family just moved from Transylvania to Pennsylvania, and now she has to adjust to the human world, make new friends at school and help her parents run a bed and breakfast for traveling ghouls in this animated children’s series. It’s a lot, but Vee knows the best way to succeed is by always being yourself.
W: Willow (1988)
With a new Disney+ original series coming out on November 30, now’s the perfect time to revisit this throwback fantasy movie. When young Willow Ufgood learns an abandoned baby girl is destined to end the reign of a wicked queen, he must team up with a rogue swordsman to protect her from the forces of darkness.
X: X-Ray Earth
Some of the world’s most dangerous and destructive forces are buried deep within the Earth, hidden from sight. In this fascinating National Geographic series, scientists use cutting-edge sensors and surface scans to x-ray the planet, revealing the secrets of earthquakes, tsunamis and super volcanoes.
Y: Year Million
What will it be like to be a human in a million years? This National Geographic series imagines that future through the lens of a typical family, taking viewers on an odyssey of unfathomable choices and predicting how technology might impact the lives of people many millennia from now.
Before the animated series Zootopia+ starts streaming on November 9, hop back to spend some time with Officer Judy Hopps, who’s just trying to be some-bunny in the big animal city of Zootopia. The first rabbit on the city’s police force, she’s got her work cut out for her and will need some help from scam-artist fox Nick Wilde to crack her first case.
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