Disney Plus already launched with a ton of titles, but the platform hasn’t reached maximum capacity just yet. In addition to original content, like the upcoming episodes of The Mandalorian and High School Musical: The Musical: The Series which drop every Friday, there are a whole host of movies and shows wrapped up under other streaming services and licenses. Good news, though, they’re all eventually going to come over to Disney Plus!
This month brings some Disney Junior titles like Miles From Tomorrowland and Henry Hugglemonster. Basketball movie Glory Road comes to the platform, along with Thor: Ragnarok and Alice Through the Looking Glass — and also Garfield!
Here’s everything coming to Disney Plus in the next two weeks:
Available Dec. 1
Henry Hugglemonster (seasons 1-2)
Miles From Tomorrowland (seasons 1-3)
Sheriff Callie’s Wild West (seasons 1-2)
Star vs. The Forces of Evil (seasons 1-4)
The Lion Guard (season 3)
The Incredible Dr. Pol (season 15)
The Incredible Dr. Pol: Blue Ribbon Kids
The Incredible Dr. Pol: Jingle Pols
Incredible! The Story of Dr. Pol
Just Like Me! (seasons 1-2)
Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts
Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors - Heart of Iron
Available Dec. 3
One Day at Disney
From Disney: One Day At Disney is a spectacular collaboration between Disney Publishing Worldwide and Disney+. The new, 224-page coffee table book and the documentary series will both arrive on December 3, highlighting the talented men and women who bring life to some of Disney’s most beloved stories.
Disney+’s 52-episode documentary series will launch with a feature length film, with new shorts releasing weekly.
Discover the fascinating and inspiring personal stories of 10 incredible people behind the enduring magic of Disney. Through the lens of CEO Bob Iger, we follow each subject, including a legendary animator, the woman leading the next generation of Imagineers, and GMA’s Robin Roberts, throughout their day for an intimate glimpse into their unique journey.
Available Dec. 5
Available Dec. 6
The Mandalorian: “Chapter 5”
From Disney: The Mandalorian helps a rookie bounty hunter who is in over his head.
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series: “Homecoming”
From Disney: Miss Jenn organizes a girl’s night out with Kourtney and Nini to help Nini shake off the boy drama, while the rest of the theater kids attend the East High Homecoming dance, where Carlos learns to dance like everyone’s watching.
Encore! “Annie Get Your Gun”
From Disney: Twenty-one years ago, high school classmates from Satellite High School in Satellite Beach, Florida performed the Broadway classic “Annie Get Your Gun.” Now, the cast returns to reprise the roles of their youth with the help of Broadway professionals.
Marvel’s Hero Project: “Might Rebekah”
From Disney: Rebekah is on a mission to shield others from hate, and make the world a safer, more loving place for everyone. Raising awareness for LGBTQ youth and putting herself out there as a role model for other kids has made her a hero. She doesn’t know it yet, but Rebekah is being initiated into a small group of extraordinary kids, as she joins Marvel’s Hero Project.
The Imagineering Story: “A Carousel of Progress”
From Disney: Bob Iger returns Imagineering to the foundation of Disney DNA - quality wins out. He modernizes the formula. By strategically investing in creative content, international expansion and new technology, he empowers the Imagineers to plus the existing parks worldwide, especially the recent ones that fell short of expectations. After a decade, the parks never looked better.
The World According to Jeff Goldblum: “BBQ”
From Disney: Jeff Goldblum embarks on a mouth-watering tour of all things BBQ and discovers a whole new subculture and language behind this primordial culinary tradition. He joins the BBQ Pit Boys for a Connecticut cookout and visits a cutting-edge farm facility to learn about an unusual meat alternative –insects! Jeff then puts his new skills to the test as his grills up a July 4th feast.
Forky Asks a Question: “What is Love?”
From Disney: Forky attempts to understand the concept of love from Bonnie’s elder toys who believe they’ve been there, done that.
Available Dec. 11
Alice Through the Looking Glass
Available Dec. 13
The Mandalorian “Chapter 6”
From Disney: The Mandalorian joins a crew of mercenaries on a dangerous mission.
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series: “What Team?”
From Disney: When Miss Jenn is placed on temporary leave and rehearsals are put on hold, the students rally together to defend their drama teacher.
From Disney: Twenty-eight years ago, students at Brookwood High School in Snellville, Georgia planted their Southern roots in the classic musical “Oklahoma!” Now, the alumni reunite with the help of Broadway professionals to restage it for an encore performance. The cast comes together and turns their struggles into a sensation, while learning more about themselves and each other in five days. Tony award-winning Broadway actress Ali Stroker appears in this episode.
Marvel’s Hero Project: “Make Way For Jahkil”
From Disney: Jahkil wanted to help the homeless people he noticed in his city, so he started distributing his Blessing Bags full of essential items. As he sets new goals to reach even more people who could use his support, Jahkil never strays from his original goal - to show people, no matter their situation, that they deserve kindness and dignity. That’s what makes Jahkil a true Marvel Super Hero.
The Imagineering Story: “To Infinity and Beyond!”
From Disney: Bob Iger personally shepherds his labor of love, the Shanghai Disney Resort. The Imagineers customize an ambitious new theme park to fit China’s culture, a symbol of patience and collaboration. Meanwhile, through innovative technology and immersive placemaking, the beloved pop culture worlds of Avatar, Marvel and Star Wars come to life.
The World According to Jeff Goldblum: “Gaming”
From Disney: Jeff Goldblum plugs in to the world of GAMING as he discovers that video games are far more than a mindless past time. From the high-octane world of e-sports to game-design sound engineering and Live Action Role Roleplay (LARP), Jeff witnesses how gaming can be a vehicle for empathy, cooperation and confidence building, which has an impact far beyond the virtual sphere.
Forky Asks A Question: “What is a Computer?”
From Disney: Trixie explains to Forky what a computer does as they experience the common stresses of technology.
From Disney: Set in a world of magical realism, “Wind” sees a grandmother and her grandson trapped deep down an endless chasm, scavenging debris that surrounds them to realize their dream of escaping to a better life.