It’s arguably the best time in the history of mankind to sit back and soak up some new content on Disney Plus.
From the premier of Marvel’s WandaVision, to some sharks, aliens, and a couple of older classics, here are a few things to consider on the popular streaming platform this weekend.
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Set in a surreal world inspired by classic American sitcoms, approach WandaVision as if The Brady Bunch were in The Truman Show, meeting The Avengers.
Check out Daily Hive’s full WandaVision review right here.
Isle of Dogs
Mary Poppins Returns
Here is some more content that started streaming on Disney Plus earlier this month and from December:
Marvel Studios: Legends
The new series revisits the most iconic moments from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the first two episodes are now streaming on Disney+.
National Geographic divers surround themselves with predators during their search for an elusive shark.
Earth to Ned
Ned, a blue-skinned alien and his lieutenant Cornelius, who were sent to scout Earth for an eventual invasion – become obsessed with our popular culture. Now, they host a talk show.
Discovering their potential won’t be easy. Get a glimpse into the students from the School of American Ballet in On Pointe, an Original Documentary Series.
Disney Parks Sunrise Series – Season 1
A collection of videos showcasing the Disney theme parks, including Walt Disney World at sunrise.
Check out the true empowering story of Ray McElrathbey, a young man who faces a series of challenging circumstances as he struggles to balance playing football on scholarship at Clemson University, all while raising and caring for his 11-year-old brother.
Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mickey Mouse dreams of becoming a knight, and Minnie tries to make an ordinary dinner extraordinary in two new episodes of The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse.
And here are some shows, documentaries, and movies from earlier on in December:
Diana: In Her Own Words
From executive producer and Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Tom Jennings of 1895 Films, Diana: In Her Own Words weaves archival footage and photography with these rarely heard recordings. Told entirely in the Princess’ voice, with no interviews, most of these unique recordings have never been broadcast before.
Brain Games explores the inner workings of your brain with interactive games you can play at home, as well as experiments on the streets of a city as complex as your brain — New York
Here is some more new content that dropped earlier in November as well as older shows and movies that are new to the streaming service:
In this modern-day reimagining of Anna Sewell’s timeless classic, we follow Black Beauty, a wild horse born free in the American West. Rounded up and taken away from her family, Beauty is brought to Birtwick Stables, where she meets a spirited teenage girl, Jo Green. Beauty and Jo forge an unbreakable bond that carries Beauty through the different chapters, challenges, and adventures of her life.
Marvel’s 616 explores Marvel’s rich legacy of pioneering characters, creators and storytelling to reflect the world outside your window. Each documentary, helmed by a unique filmmaker, showcases the intersections of storytelling, pop culture, and fandom within the Marvel Universe.
The Real Right Stuff
The Real Right Stuff tells the remarkable true story of the nation’s first astronauts, the original Mercury 7, and pulls from hundreds of hours of archival film and radio broadcasts, interviews, home movies and other rare and never-before-seen material to catapult viewers back to the late 1950s.