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 Marvel’s Hero Project, there are a whole host of movies and shows wrapped up under other streaming services and licenses. Each month, a few new titles will trickle on to Disney Plus.
In January, The Proud Family makes its triumphant streaming debut. Early 2000s favorite Holes — starring none other than Shia LaBeouf — also lands on the platform. Animation buffs should watch out for the Salvador Dalí and Walt Disney collaborative short film Destino, which drops on January 10. There’s also the Mater shorts, 2019’s live-action Aladdin, and more Forky than we can handle.
Here’s everything coming to Disney Plus in January:
Available Jan. 1
America’s National Parks (Season 1)
Austin & Ally (Season 1-4)
Billy Dilley’s Super-Duper Subterranean Summer (Season 1)
Continent 7: Antarctica (Season 1)
Dog: Impossible (Season 1)
Dr. K’s Exotic Animal ER (Season 8)
Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet (Season 7)
Dr. T, Lone Star Vet (Season 1)
Drain The Bermuda Triangle
Drain The Great Lakes
Drain The Ocean: WWII
Drain The Oceans (Season 2)
Drain The Sunken Pirate City
Drain The Titanic
El Materdor (Short)
First Class Chefs: Family Style (Season 1)
Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors - Battle Of The Bands
Marvel Super Hero Adventures (Shorts) (Season 2-3)
Marvel: 75 Years, From Pop To Pulp!
Moon Mater (Short)
Muppet Babies Show And Tell (Shorts) (Season 2-3)
One Strange Rock (Season 1)
Out There With Jack Randall (Season 1)
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja (Season 1-2)
Rescue Squad Mater (Short)
Soy Luna (Season 1)
Super Rhino (Short)
The Golden Touch (Short)
The Lodge (Season 1-2)
The Proud Family (Season 1-2)
The Super Hero Squad Show (Season 1-2)
Time Travel Mater (Short)
Tokyo Mater (Short)
Unidentified Flying Mater (Short)
Vaprinia Ghouls Girls Rock! (Shorts) (Season 1)
Wild Russia (Season 1)
Year Million (Season 1)
Available Jan. 2
Life Below Zero (Season 13)
Available Jan. 3
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series: “Opening Night”
From Disney: After months of rehearsals, the theater kids gear up for an unforgettable opening night. But when unexpected audience members show up to shake the cast to its core, will the show “go on” if the Wildcats aren’t all in this together?
From Disney: Thirty-five years ago, high school classmates from Youth Performing Arts High School in Louisville, Kentucky performed the Broadway classic “Pippin.” Now, the cast returns to reprise the roles of their youth with the help of Broadway professionals. William Bradford, the director from the original musical “Pippin,” helps co-direct this performance.
Marvel’s Hero Project: “Radiant Jayera”
From Disney: Jayera is a young woman who has been working to level the playing field for those in her neighborhood who could use support in hard financial times. From fundraising for Free Wash Day to holding pop-up “pay what you can” shops, her community service is a benchmark of humanitarianism in her town. Now, Marvel recognizes her incredible work by making her a Super Hero.
The World According to Jeff Goldblum: “Coffee”
From Disney: Jeff Goldblum is buzzed about COFFEE as he learns the secrets behind its popularity and ubiquity. From driving cattle on the Texan plains to enjoying a late-night cup of Joe and meeting the brains behind ‘Latte Art,’ Jeff delves into a drink that’s becoming both an art and a science, while he also plays a crucial role in facilitating social interaction.
One Day At Disney: “Bob Iger: CEO”
From Disney: Bob Iger recalls the early days of his career and shares what inspires him as Disney’s CEO.
Pick of the Litter: “Training Begins”
From Disney: After returning to Guide Dogs for the Blind, the dogs begin formal training.
Forky Asks A Question: “What is Cheese?”
From Disney: Buttercup, annoyed with all of Forky’s questions, speed teaches everything there is.
Available Jan. 8
Available Jan. 10
Marvel’s Runaways (Season 3)
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series: “Act Two”
From Disney: It’s Act Two of opening night, and the stakes have never been higher. After last-minute cast changes in Act One — and so much left unsaid between Ricky and Nini — there’s more drama offstage than on.
Encore!: “High School Musical”
From Disney: Twelve years ago, high school classmates from Fish Creek High School in Fish Creek, Wisconsin performed the pop-culture phenomenon “High School Musical.” Now, the cast returns to reprise the roles of their youth with the help of Broadway professionals.
Marvel’s Hero Project: “Spectacular Sidney”
From Disney: Sidney fell in love with reading at a young age, but he wasn’t finding a lot of stories with characters who resembled him. So,he established his Books-n-Bros club, targeted to young, African-American boys to spread his love of reading and improve literacy skills. He wanted other kids like him to share in the power of stories, and now Marvel wants everyone to know the Super Hero Sidney is.
The World According to Jeff Goldblum: “Cosmetics”
From Disney: Jeff Goldblum faces the truth about COSMETICS and discovers that it is a vehicle for both embracing who you are or becoming someone else entirely. From taking a crash course on all things cosmetic and learning the spiritual meaning behind Native American face designs to getting groovy at a drag-queen show, Jeff gets to the root of why the world is crazy for COSMETICS.
One Day At Disney: “Modern Family: Cast & Crew”
From Disney: The cast & crew of Modern Family describe what it’s like to be a part of the infamous Pritchett-Dunphy-Tucker clan.
Pick of the Litter: “Next Level Training”
From Disney: The training dogs advance. Amara’s fate is determined. Raffi is returned for formal training.
Forky Asks A Question: “What is Reading?”
From Disney: The energetic Peas-n-a-Pod siblings teach Forky about reading and how it is done, with a little help from Mr. Spell.
From Disney: In “Loop,” two kids at canoe camp find themselves adrift on a lake, unable to move forward until they find a new way to connect and see the world through each other’s eyes. This film breaks new ground by featuring Pixar’s first non-verbal autistic character.