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The best shows on Disney+ right now (December 2022)

Disney+ has been a part of the streaming market for just over three years now, and although the streaming service doesn’t have the sheer depth of original projects offered by established giants like Netflix, there’s still plenty of material to enjoy going into the end of 2022. Now that Lucasfilm has wrapped up the first season of Star Wars series Andor, December is set to be an admittedly quieter month by comparison. But there are still plenty of exciting franchise shows and even a Marvel Studios special to keep up with the holiday festivities.

We’ve sifted through hours of content for audiences to look through in this guide, combining recent hits with past additions to the platform worth looking into for the uninitiated.

And for those that find what’s on display here appealing, the Disney Bundle is a streaming package to consider investing in, which gets you Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu for just $14 a month. That’s a great bundled price for the content you’re getting, whether it’s the latest from Star Wars and Marvel, sports coverage, or all the originals offered on Hulu.

Looking for some more guidance on how to make the most of your streaming service subscriptions? We have also compiled guides on the best movies on Disney+, on top of the best shows on Netflix, the best shows on Amazon Prime, and the best shows on Hulu.

The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special (2022) new
The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special
80 %
7.2/10
tv-14
Genre Superhero, Sci-Fi, Comedy
Cast Dave Bautista, Pom Klementieff, Kevin Bacon
Created by James Gunn
Marvel Studios has admittedly seen varying degrees of staleness in several of their superhero ventures in recent years, but it seems that the newfound TV specials format has some potential. It’s an exciting way to creatively use the TV medium to its potential, paving the way for some engaging one-off stories. And with James Gunn returning to helm his iteration of the Guardians of the Galaxy, fans are given a fun new side story revolving around everyone’s favorite band of Marvel Cinematic Universe misfits. In The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special, the plot puts a refreshing focus on Dave Bautista’s Drax and Pom Klementieff’s Mantis in a superhero and sci-fi-themed escapade — with Kevin Bacon playing himself in a supporting role to boot.
Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi (2022) new
Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Animation, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Created by Dave Filoni
Though Andor has closed the curtains on its gripping and reinvigorating debut season, there’s still some content in the Star Wars universe worth going back to get invested in. Like recent animated projects including the final season of The Clone Wars, The Bad Batch, and the anime-focused shorts anthology Visions, Tales of the Jedi is another impressive set of isolated Star Wars stories. Comprising six-episode shorts, this animated series takes fans back to the Prequel era while chronicling the parallel lives of then-Jedi Count Dooku and the young Ahsoka Tano. All six shorts of Tales of the Jedi are available to stream now.
Star Wars Rebels (2014) new
Star Wars Rebels
tv-y7 4 Seasons
Genre Action & Adventure, Animation
Cast Freddie Prinze Jr., Taylor Gray, Vanessa Marshall
Created by Simon Kinberg, Dave Filoni, Carrie Beck
Even though it didn’t quite measure up to the highs of The Clone Wars, Rebels still garnered a much-deserved, positive critical reception for continuing the franchise’s success in the realm of animation. Star Wars Rebels is the natural sequel to The Clone Wars, this time largely following a new main cast of characters. It begins 14 years into the devastating aftermath of Emperor Palpatine’s Order 66, with Jedi now endangered and actively hunted down. And while the protagonists are mostly original, it rewards longtime fans with satisfying conclusions to story arcs started in the preceding series, with thrilling appearances by characters from the original trilogy. All four seasons of  Star Wars Rebels are available to stream now.
Star Wars: Andor (2022)
Star Wars: Andor
74 %
8.3/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, War & Politics
Cast Diego Luna, Stellan Skarsgård, Kyle Soller
Created by Tony Gilroy
It’s a bit of a misnomer to call this Rogue One prequel series Andor. It is the story of the doomed Rebel operative, Cassian Andor (Diego Luna). However, the narrative has greatly expanded to include Rebel masterminds Luthen Rael (Stellan Skarsgård) and Mon Mothma (Genevieve O’Reilly), as well as a dedicated Imperial agent, Dedra Meero (Denise Gough). The show’s relatively slow pace has put off some Star Wars fans, but it has incredible writing with excellent performances by Skarsgård and guest star Andy Serkis that have already made this season an unforgettable experience.
Save Our Squad with David Beckham (2022)
Save Our Squad with David Beckham
63 %
7.2/10
1 Season
Genre Documentary, Reality
Cast David Beckham
David Beckham is such a world-renowned soccer player that his fame even extends to America for his stint with the Los Angeles Galaxy. But before Beckham was famous, he was simply another child soccer player in East London’s Echo Premiere League. Disney+’s new reality show, Save Our Squad With David Beckham, brings the star player home as he mentors the Westward Boys, a struggling East London team that is at risk of being expelled from the league. Can Beckham’s guidance help the team turn their fortunes around? Probably, and it will be a lot of fun to see these kids come together with Beckham.
The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers (2021)
The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers
72 %
7.5/10
tv-pg 2 Seasons
Genre Family, Comedy
Cast Lauren Graham, Emilio Estevez, Brady Noon
Created by Steven Brill, Josh Goldsmith, Cathy Yuspa
In the Mighty Ducks movies, the titular team was a group of underdogs who rose above adversity to find a way to win. But in the Disney+ sequel series, The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, the team’s success has transformed it into something unrecognizable. It’s now an elite junior hockey team that is the complete opposite of what the original Ducks stood for.
The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers | Official Trailer | Disney+

When Coach T (Dylan Playfair) heartlessly cuts Evan Morrow (Brady Noon) from the Ducks, Evan’s mother, Alex Morrow (Lauren Graham), takes it upon herself to start a new hockey team called the Don’t Bothers just so her son and his fellow outcasts have a group of their own. This soon attracts the attention of Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez), the original coach of the Ducks. And as much as Gordon has soured on hockey, the kids’ passion for the game helps him rediscover his own. The second season is now streaming on Disney+[/dt_media]

The Mysterious Benedict Society (2021)
The Mysterious Benedict Society
66 %
7.7/10
2 Seasons
Genre Family, Action & Adventure
Cast Tony Hale, Kristen Schaal, Mystic Inscho
Created by Todd Slavkin, Darren Swimmer

Now streaming its second season on Disney+, The Mysterious Benedict Society follows four kids: Reynard “Reynie” Muldoon (Mystic Inscho), George “Sticky” Washington (Seth Carr), Kate Wetherall (Emmy DeOliveira), and Constance Contraire (Marta Kessler). They’ve been recruited by the enigmatic Nicholas Benedict (Tony Hale) to infiltrate the Learning Institute for Veritas and Enlightenment and foil the evil plans of Dr. L.D. Curtain. However, Benedict has neglected to tell the kids that the malevolent Dr. Curtain is actually his twin brother, Nathaniel Benedict (Hale).

The Mysterious Benedict Society | Official Trailer | Disney+
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (2022)
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law
67 %
5.1/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Comedy, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Cast Tatiana Maslany, Jameela Jamil, Josh Segarra
Created by Jessica Gao
Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) may be one of the most normal people in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. She just happens to be the She-Hulk as well. In She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, Jennifer’s life is transformed after she is infected with the blood of her famous cousin, Bruce Banner/Hulk (Mark Ruffalo). Despite Bruce’s best efforts to turn her into a superhero, Jen resumes her career as a lawyer only to find herself at the forefront of a law firm’s superhuman law division. Unfortunately for Jen, her life only gets stranger from there.
Bluey (2018)
Bluey
9.7/10
tv-y 3 Seasons
Genre Animation, Kids
Cast Dave McCormack, Melanie Zanetti
Created by Joe Brumm
If you have very young children, you’re probably well-aware of Bluey. This animated program is a blockbuster hit among the preschool crowd, and it has a delightfully simple premise. It follows a puppy named Bluey and her younger sister, Bingo, as they use the power of their imaginations to play with each other and the world around them. Bluey and Bingo’s parents, Bandit (David McCormack) and Chilli (Melanie Zanetti), also use the fun and games to gently teach their two girls some important life lessons. Those lessons are one of the reasons why Bluey appeals to parents as well.

The Simpsons (1989)
The Simpsons
87 %
8.7/10
tv-14 33 Seasons
Genre Family, Animation, Comedy
Cast Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright
Created by Matt Groening
Disney+ hasn’t officially announced it yet, but The Simpsons season 33 is going to arrive on the platform later this month shortly before or after the season 34 premiere on Fox on Sunday, September 24. In its heyday, The Simpsons was the sharpest animated satire on television, and it easily ranked among the best comedies on TV. Although the show’s best days may be behind it, the Simpson family of Homer, Marge, Maggie, Bart, and Lisa have become an American institution. We can’t imagine a world without the Simpsons in it, and we probably won’t have to for a very long time.

Prop Culture (2020)
Prop Culture
8.1/10
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Documentary
Cast Dan Lanigan
Disney+ isn’t just about pop culture, it’s also about Prop Culture. Collector, Disney fan, and host Dan Lanigan created this eight-part documentary series in which he attempts to track down some missing props from Disney classics like Mary Poppins, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Tron, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, and more. Some of these items have found their way into private collections, which we get to see on the show. Lanigan also has the honor of speaking with many of the behind-the-scenes creators who brought these films to life. 
I Am Groot (2022)
I Am Groot
7.1/10
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Family, Comedy, Animation, Sci-fi
Cast Vin Diesel
Created by Kirsten Lepore
The Guardians of the Galaxy’s smallest hero, Groot, has his own series of shorts on Disney+. But since there’s so little time to waste in I Am Groot, the little guy fast forwards through the MCU fanfare himself. Vin Diesel reprises his role as Baby Groot, but don’t worry about things like continuity. These are just fun misadventures with Groot that never run longer than a few minutes. He even manages to learn a few things along the way. For Guardians fans, Bradley Cooper also reprises his role as Rocket in one of the shorts, and it’s easily our favorite of the season.
I Am Groot | Official Trailer | Disney+
The Orville (2017)
The Orville
36 %
8/10
tv-14 3 Seasons
Genre Drama, Comedy, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Cast Seth MacFarlane, Adrianne Palicki, Penny Johnson
Created by Seth MacFarlane
Do you know what the advantage is to watching The Orville on Disney+ instead of Hulu? There are no ads on Disney+…at least until this fall. This series openly parodies Star Trek and isn’t exactly Disney-friendly at first glance. But it’s also an earnest show in its own way, as lifelong Trekker Seth MacFarlane gets to live out his dream by playing Captain Edward “Ed” Mercer, the new commanding officer of the Orville. Alongside his ex-wife and new first officer, Kelly Grayson (Adrianne Palicki), and their faithful crew, Mercer explores new worlds and saves the galaxy in ways that would make all Star Trek generations proud.
The Orville: New Horizons | Trailer | Hulu
Light & Magic (2022)
Light & Magic
9/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Documentary
Cast George Lucas
Created by Lawrence Kasdan
If you know anything about special effects, you’ve probably heard of Industrial Light & Magic, the storied special effects unit that George Lucas formed to create his original Star Wars trilogy. ILM has gone on to become one of the most prominent effects houses in Hollywood history. Thankfully, Lucas and company documented a lot of their work along the way. In the new Disney+ original series, Light & Magic, director Lawrence Kasdan introduces fans to the unsung men and women behind-the-scenes who have created movie magic for over four decades. It’s an eye-opening experience even for casual fans.
Running Wild With Bear Grylls: The Challenge (2022)
Running Wild With Bear Grylls: The Challenge
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Reality
Cast Bear Grylls
Created by Bear Grylls, Delbert Shoopman
Adventurer and TV host Bear Grylis is back for the latest season of Running Wild with Bear Grylls, which has a new subtitle: The Challenge. It’s nothing new for Bear to bring along a celebrity sidekick, but he really got Ashton Kutcher to open up about his health problems in the Costa Rica episode. Bear also took Natalie Portman to the Escalante Desert and taught Shang-Chi star Simu Liu some essential survival skills in the Canadian Rockies. You may not get to join Bear yourself, but it’s fun to watch these episodes unfold from the perspective of each celebrity guest.
Baymax! (2022)
Baymax!
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Animation, Action & Adventure, Comedy, Kids
Cast Scott Adsit, Ryan Potter
Created by Don Hall
The breakout hero from Big Hero 6 is back in Baymax! Scott Adsit once again reprises his vocal role as Baymax, the inflatable healthcare robot who was repurposed to become a superhero. However, Baymax feels the need to revisit his original programming in this series of shorts as he sets out to help heal the people of San Fransokyo, whether they want his help or not! There are no big superhero battles to be had here, but Baymax does get into some hilarious situations despite his kind nature. And yet Baymax almost always finds a way to truly heal the people he comes into contact with.
The Villains of Valley View (2022)
The Villains of Valley View
4.8/10
tv-y7 1 Season
Genre Comedy, Kids
Cast Kayden Muller-Janssen, Lucy Davis, James Patrick Stuart
Marvel doesn’t have a monopoly on superheroes at Disney+. The Villains of Valley View stars Isabella Pappas as Amy, the teenage daughter of a family of supervillains. Amy’s parents, Eva/Surge (Lucy Davis) and Vic/Kraniac (James Patrick Stuart), are former members of the League of Villains who were in good standing with the evildoers. However, Amy/Havoc got the family blacklisted when she stood up for them against the top bad guy, Onyx. Now the entire Madden family, including Amy’s brothers, Colby/Flashform (Malachi Barton) and Jake/Chaos (Reed Horstmann), have to hide under assumed identities and keep their cover intact. That’s a lot easier said than done.
Alias (2001)
Alias
75 %
7.6/10
tv-14 5 Seasons
Genre Action & Adventure, Drama
Cast Jennifer Garner, Michael Vartan, Victor Garber
Created by J.J. Abrams
Two decades ago, J.J. Abrams made a big splash on ABC with Alias, an espionage series with unexpected elements of sci-fi and fantasy. Jennifer Garner stars as Sydney Bristow, an undercover operative for a CIA black ops division called SD-6. Sydney openly admires her boss, Arvin Sloane (Ron Rifkin), until she learns that SD-6 isn’t actually affiliated with the CIA at all. While hiding her double life from her friend, Will Tippin (Bradley Cooper), Sydney agrees to remain undercover at SD-6 while working for the real CIA to bring them down alongside another double agent: Her father, Jack Bristow (Victor Garber). This is one of the more mature additions to Disney+, but it should be fine for teenagers and older viewers.
America the Beautiful (2022)
America the Beautiful
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Documentary
Cast Michael B. Jordan
How well do you know your country? National Geographic’s America the Beautiful shows us that there’s a lot more to the United States than cities and towns. Michael B. Jordan narrates each episode as the series offers a stunning look at the landscape and the animals who live in the wild. This show also explores how climate change challenges wildlife to find new ways to survive. It’s not always a pretty picture, but it’s a breathtaking reminder about the ways our environment has been transformed by humanity’s decisions and inaction.
America The Beautiful | Official Trailer | Disney+
Obi-Wan Kenobi (2022)
Obi-Wan Kenobi
73 %
7.1/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Drama
Cast Ewan McGregor
We’ve been waiting a long time for this, but Ewan McGregor is finally back as Obi-Wan Kenobi in the miniseries that shares his name. Ten years have passed since the events of Revenge of the Sith, and Obi-Wan is a broken man who has lost faith in the path of the Jedi. Unfortunately for Obi-Wan, he can’t remain in hiding for much longer. A personal mission will force him to leave Tatooine, which draws his former pupil, Darth Vader (Hayden Christensen, with James Earl Jones reprising his iconic voiceover role). It’s the rematch of the century, and Obi-Wan’s greatest challenge lies ahead.
Ms. Marvel (2022)
Ms. Marvel
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Comedy
Cast Iman Vellani, Aramis Knight, Saagar Shaikh
Created by Bisha K. Ali
The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s newest heroine is headlining her own show before jumping to the big screen next year in The Marvels. Newcomer Iman Vellani stars in Ms. Marvel as Kamala Khan, a refreshingly normal teenager who just happens to be one of the biggest superhero fans, especially for her idol, Captain Marvel. When Kamala gains superhuman powers of her own, it’s like a dream come true. She has to learn the hard way that being a hero isn’t that simple, and her life is about to change forever.
Marvel Studios’ Ms. Marvel | Official Trailer | Disney+
Glee (2009)
Glee
75 %
6.8/10
tv-14 6 Seasons
Genre Comedy, Drama
Cast Matthew Morrison, Jane Lynch, Lea Michele
Created by Ryan Murphy, Ian Brennan, Brad Falchuk
Glee’s arrival on Disney+ is emblematic of the platform’s shift towards more mature programming that would traditionally be on Hulu alone. This wildly popular musical dramedy stars Matthew Morrison as high school teacher Will Schuester, and the new coordinator for the glee club at William McKinley High School. Will is lucky to have some extremely talented singers on his club, including Rachel (Lea Michele), Finn (Cory Monteith), Artie (Kevin McHale), Kurt (Chris Colfer), and Mercedes (Amber Riley). But if the glee club is ever gonna get to the regionals, they will have to deal with the machinations of cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch), as well as the everyday trials of being a teenager.
Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers (1989)
Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers
7.6/10
tv-g 3 Seasons
Genre Animation, Comedy, Kids, Family
Cast Corey Burton, Tress MacNeille, Jim Cummings
Created by Alan Zaslove, Tad Stones
The recently released Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers movie is a very funny, and also very adult, take on the original animated series from 1989. But for younger viewers, it’s probably a better idea to start them out on the show. It’s got a lot of charm despite its age. Lifelong friends Chip (Tress MacNeille) and Dale (Corey Burton) decide to make a difference in the world by forming a detective agency with Monterey Jack (Peter Cullen and Jim Cummings), Gadget Hackwrench (MacNeille), and a fly named Zipper (Burton). Together, the Rescue Rangers take on the cases that would otherwise “go slippin’ through the cracks.”
The Owl House (2020)
The Owl House
8.2/10
tv-y7 2 Seasons
Genre Animation, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Comedy, Action & Adventure
Cast Sarah-Nicole Robles, Wendie Malick, Alex Hirsch
Created by Dana Terrace
The Owl House’s second season has arrived on Disney+, and it’s a marked departure from almost everything that Disney has done before. Sarah-Nicole Robles stars as Luz Noceda, a young girl who stumbles upon a witch named Eda Clawthorne (Wendie Malick), and her demon companion, King (Alex Hirsch). Upon learning that magic is real, Luz is determined to become a witch herself under the tutelage of Eda. Luz also has the honor of being the first LGBT lead in Disney history, as she is in a romantic relationship with a girl named Amity Blight (Mae Whitman). But it’s not all love and magic on this show, as Luz and her new friends face an evil that could threaten the human world as well.
Once (2017)
Once
7.9/10
tv-g 3 Seasons
Genre Comedy, Family
Cast Sebastián Athié, Juan David Penagos, Luan Brum
Created by Jorge Edelstein
Don’t let Disney+’s confusing stylization, OIICE, distract you from what Once really is. This is one of the rare Disney original series that was created for Latin America. It’s a telenovela for teenagers, but the themes are universal as Gabriel “Gabo” Moreti (Mariano González-Guerineau) chases his dream to become a great soccer player. After earning a scholarship to Sports Academic Institute, Gabo’s ambitions are hindered when many of the team’s star players abandon the school for other institutions. Gabo will have to lead his remaining teammates to victory, if he can overcome some new rivals on the squad. He might even find love along the way. After all, we did say this was a telenovela.
Sketchbook (2022)
Sketchbook
7.7/10
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Documentary
Disney is keen to remind everyone that “the magic is drawn one line at a time.” But that doesn’t usually include a space to showcase the artists behind the magic. Sketchbook is a brilliant way to change that. Each episode, a Disney artist chooses a character from the studio’s vast library of animated features and shows the audience how they bring that character to life either on the page or on the computer screen. It’s fun to watch them draw, but the most entertaining part is when the men and women explain their Disney origin stories and how they ended up working for the studio.
Sketchbook | Official Trailer | Disney+
Marvel Studios: Assembled (2021)
Marvel Studios: Assembled
7.9/10
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Documentary
New episodes of Marvel Studios: Assembled are admittedly few and far between. But this is the series that offers an intimate look behind-the-scenes of Marvel’s films and its original series that were created for Disney+. Since the shows aren’t on Blu-ray, this is really the only way to experience the special features for Loki, WandaVision, Hawkeye, and the upcoming Moon Knight special. Of course, there will also be special episodes later this year for Marvel’s 2022 film slate, shortly after they arrive on Disney+.
MARVELS ASSEMBLED (2021) Full Official Trailer
Moon Knight (2022)
Moon Knight
69 %
7.3/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Action & Adventure, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Mystery, Drama
Cast Oscar Isaac, May Calamawy, Karim El Hakim
Created by Jeremy Slater
Moon Knight may remind some fans of Batman, but he’s his own kind of hero. Unfortunately for Steven Grant (Oscar Isaac), his world comes crashing down when he learns that he is both Moon Knight and his alter ego, Marc Spector. Thanks to his severe dissociative identity disorder, Steven really believed he was just a simple gift shop employee with a mundane life. Now, Steven has made an enemy out of a cult leader named Arthur Harrow (Ethan Hawke), and the supernatural stakes are more than Steven can easily comprehend. His life will never be the same, assuming he lives!
Parallels (2022)
Parallels
6.9/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Action & Adventure, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Cast Timoté Rigault, Thomas Chomel, Omar Mebrouk
Created by Quoc Dang Tran
One of Disney+’s international selections is the French sci-fi series, Parallels. Sam Deslandes (Thomas Chomel) and his brother, Victor (Maxime Bergeron), as well as Bilal Belkebirs (Timoté Rigault) and Romane Berthauds (Victoria Eber), are inadvertently caught in an experiment that sends Victor and Romane into an entirely different world and ages Bilal (Omar Mebrouk) into a 30 year old man. Victor (Jules Houplain) and Romane (Jade Pedri) spend four years in their new world, as only Sam seems physically unaffected. Despite the vast distance between them, the four friends must find a way to reconnect in order to change their fate and restore their lives.
Parallels | Official Trailer | Disney+
Critter Fixers: Country Vets (2020)
Critter Fixers: Country Vets
8.7/10
tv-14 3 Seasons
Genre Documentary, Family
Cast Terrence Ferguson, Vernard Hodges
If you’re looking for something life-affirming and family friendly, then National Geographic’s Critter Fixers: Country Vets is just what you’ve been searching for. Dr. Vernard Hodges and Dr. Terrence Ferguson are the co-owners of Critter Fixer Veterinary Hospital in Georgia. And while they do handle dogs and cats, their patients also include a wide variety of farm animals, wild creatures, and more. They are experts in their field, but even these doctors can be challenged by some of the animals that pass through their doors.
Milo Murphy's Law (2016)
Milo Murphy's Law
7.5/10
tv-y7 3 Seasons
Genre Family, Comedy, Animation
Cast Mekai Curtis, Sabrina Carpenter, 'Weird Al' Yankovic
Created by Dan Povenmire, Jeff 'Swampy' Marsh
Murphy’s Law holds that anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. In Milo Murphy’s Law, “Weird Al” Yankovic stars as Milo Murphy, a young boy who exemplifies the worst aspects of Murphy’s Law. He just has the absolute worst luck in the world. And yet Milo is also incredibly optimistic, and usually prepared when the worst happens. Against all odds, Milo has also formed close friendships with Melissa Chase (Sabrina Carpenter) and Zack Underwood (Mekai Curtis). Together, this trio can handle almost anything that the universe throws at them.
Milo Murphy's Law | OFFICIAL TRAILER ?| Official Disney XD UK
Marvel's Daredevil (2015)
Marvel's Daredevil
72 %
8.7/10
tv-ma 3 Seasons
Genre Crime, Drama, Action & Adventure
Cast Charlie Cox, Deborah Ann Woll, Elden Henson
Created by Drew Goddard, Steven S. DeKnight
There’s no such thing as “Disney+ After Dark,” but Daredevil and its fellow Netflix refugees are about as close to R-rated content that you can find in the MCU. That’s why there are new parental controls on Disney+. But if you and your kids are old enough to enjoy it, then you’re in for one of the most amazing superhero adaptations to date. Charlie Cox stars as Matt Murdock, a blind lawyer whose enhanced senses allow him to become the costumed vigilante known as Daredevil. Vincent D’Onofrio also stars in the show as Wilson Fisk, a fearsome crime lord who won’t let anyone stand in the way of his criminal empire. That puts Matt and Wilson into conflict over the course of the entire series.
black-ish (2014)
black-ish
77 %
7.1/10
tv-14 8 Seasons
Genre Comedy
Cast Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Marcus Scribner
Created by Kenya Barris
Black-ish is one of the few modern comedies that isn’t afraid to tackle the topic of race in a way that doesn’t belittle the subject matter or dumb it down for a general audience. In fact, there are moments when this show can be quite dramatic. But it’s still a family comedy at heart, with grounded and very funny performances by Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross as Andre “Dre” Johnson and his wife, Rainbow Johnson, respectively. Together, the Johnsons raise their children Zoey Johnson (Yara Shahidi), Andre Johnson, Jr. (Marcus Scribner), Jack Johnson (Miles Brown), and Diane Johnson (Marsai Martin) against the backdrop of an increasingly complex world.
Black-ish - Trailer
The Wonder Years (2021)
The Wonder Years
75 %
5.8/10
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Comedy, Drama
Cast Elisha Williams, Dulé Hill, Don Cheadle
Created by Saladin K. Patterson
This Wonder Years is not The Wonder Years you may remember from the ‘80s. Although both the original series and its reboot take place in the ‘60s, the modern incarnation takes a look at the period from the perspective of an African-American family. In this period of social and racial strife, young Dean Williams (Elisha “EJ” Williams) still manages to find hope and inspiration. Don Cheadle provides the voice of Dean’s older incarnation in the present, and he offers his thoughts about his parents, Bill (Dulé Hill) and Lillian (Saycon Sengbloh), as well as his sister, Kim (Laura Kariuki), and the girl he longs for: Keisa Clemmons (Milan Ray).
Snowdrop (2021)
Snowdrop
8.2/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Drama, Soap, War & Politics
Cast Jung Hae-in, Kim Ji-soo, Jang Seung-jo
Created by Yoo Hyun-mi
Snowdrop is a very dramatic departure from many Disney+ series, and it happens to be the streaming service’s first-ever South Korean show. As such, it takes place during a key period in South Korea’s history: The June 1987 Democracy Movement. A graduate student named Eun Yeong-ro (Jisoo) finds Lim Soo-ho (Jung Hae-in) suffering from a gunshot in the aftermath of a student protest. Yeong-ro quickly falls in love with Soo-ho and believes that he is a student protester. However, he is secretly a North Korean spy, and his loyalty to his country is complicated by the reciprocal attraction he has for Yeong-ro.
The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder (2022)
The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder
tv-y 1 Season
Genre Family, Animation, Comedy
Cast Kyla Pratt, Tommy Davidson, Paula Jai Parker
Created by Bruce W. Smith
After a 17-year absence, The Proud Family is back in a new animated series. For The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder, Penny Proud is now 14 years old and adjusting to life in the 2020s with her loving parents, Oscar and Trudy, siblings BeBe and CeCe, and their beloved grandmother, Suga Mama. While The Proud Family was ahead of its time, Louder and Prouder is even more progressive with some of the few openly LGBTQ characters in Disney’s library who have their own individual lives within this revival.
The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder | Official Trailer | Disney+
Disney Intertwined (2021)
Disney Intertwined
6.7/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Comedy, Family, Drama
Cast Carolina Domenech, Elena Roger, Benjamín Amadeo
Intertwined has a touch of sci-fi and fantasy, and it is a family comedy and drama that has some time travel involved. In the present, Allegra Sharp (Carolina Domenech) is a 16-year-old girl whose dreams of joining a musical theater group, Eleven O’Clock, are thwarted by her mother, Caterina Sharp (Clara Alonso). After a car accident leaves Caterina unconscious, Allegra finds herself transported to the past where she learns that young Caterina (Manuela Menéndez) once tried out for Eleven O’Clock herself. Allegra befriends her mother and attempts to rewrite the past so that she can live out her ambition in the present. However, there may be unforeseen consequences if Allegra is successful.
Amphibia (2019)
Amphibia
8.1/10
tv-y7 3 Seasons
Genre Animation, Comedy, Action & Adventure, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Cast Brenda Song, Justin Felbinger, Bill Farmer
Created by Matt Braly
If you think that Disney never tries out anything new, then maybe you should check out Amphibia. This animated series is really catching on, thanks to its unique blend of sci-fi, adventure, and heart. The show follows a 13-year-old girl, Anne Boonchuy (Brenda Song), and her friends, Sasha Waybright (Anna Akana) and Marcy Wu (Haley Tju), as they are thrust into an alternate reality called Amphibia where anthropomorphic frogs rule. While Anne is taken in by a kind family of frogs, Sasha takes a more ambiguous turn, and Marcy … poor Marcy, suffers a fate that may be worse than death. This is an unfolding epic for the younger viewers, but older fans may find a lot to enjoy as well.
Called to the Wild (2021)
Called to the Wild
6.0/10
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Reality
Reality shows are the bane of network television. And yet occasionally, there are some intriguing ideas that emerge from the pack. National Geographic’s Called To the Wild is a survivalist reality competition that pairs people with their trusted canine companions. Three teams of humans and dogs brave the elements together and use their strong bonds to overcome any adversity that heads their way. It’s perhaps the most wholesome reality show we’ve seen in a long time.
The Ultimate Survival Test | Called To The Wild | National Geographic WILD UK
The Book of Boba Fett (2021)
The Book of Boba Fett
59 %
8.2/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure
Cast Temuera Morrison, Ming-Na Wen
Created by Jon Favreau
Following his triumphant return in The Mandalorian season 2, Boba Fett is back in his own series on Disney+. Temuera Morrison stars as the title character in The Book of Boba Fett, and he’s no longer content with simply being a bounty hunter. Instead, Boba and his right-hand woman, Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen), have seized control of Jabba the Hutt’s criminal empire. However, holding on to that empire will be challenging. The series also explores what happened to Boba after his near death experience in Return of the Jedi.
The Book of Boba Fett | Official Trailer | Disney+
The World According to Jeff Goldblum (2019)
The World According to Jeff Goldblum
64 %
7.8/10
tv-pg 2 Seasons
Genre Documentary
Cast Jeff Goldblum
The World According to Jeff Goldblum was one of the first original series on Disney+, and now it’s back for a second season, courtesy of National Geographic. Goldblum hosts the documentary series, but it’s not a traditional format. Rather than presenting himself as an expert, Goldblum intentionally explores topics that he knows little about, like the creation of sneakers, ice cream, video games, and more. And as Goldblum learns more about the subjects, so too do the viewers. Of course, Goldblum’s natural sense of humor and wonder shines through, which makes it a very enjoyable show to watch.
Chip 'n' Dale: Park Life (2021)
Chip 'n' Dale: Park Life
5.7/10
1 Season
Genre Animation, Kids
Cast Matthew Géczy, Kaycie Chase, Bill Farmer
Chip ‘n’ Dale: Park Life is technically the second Disney animated series to feature the titular chipmunks as main characters. However, these aren’t the Rescue Rangers that you may remember. Instead, Park Life takes its inspiration from the original Chip ‘n’ Dale animated shorts by presenting the duo as wild animals who live in a park. Their misadventures are largely non verbal in this series, but a few familiar faces show up. That includes Pluto and his pups, as well as Chip ‘n’ Dale’s old nemesis, Donald Duck.
Chip 'n' Dale: Park Life | Official Trailer | Disney+
Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir (2015)
Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir
7.0/10
24m
Genre Adventure, Action, Superhero, Romance
Stars Cristina Valenzuela, Bryce Papenbrook, Keith Silverstein, Mela Lee, Max Mittelman
Directed by Thomas Astruc
There’s more to the superhero genre than just Marvel can provide. Case in point, the French animated series, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir. In this series, Marinette Dupain-Cheng and Adrien Agreste are teenage crime-fighting partners when they assume their alter egos, Ladybug and Cat Noir. They’re also in love with each other, but not in the way that makes for an easy relationship. Since neither Marinette nor Adrien knows each other’s secret identity, it makes things complicated when Adrien has romantic feelings for Ladybug and yet has none of those feelings for Marinette. In turn, Marinette loves Adrien, but she’s not into Cat Noir. Somehow, they will have to navigate their feelings while defending Paris against evil.
The Beatles: Get Back (2021)
The Beatles: Get Back
85 %
9.3/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Documentary
Cast John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison
Created by Peter Jackson
Is The Beatles: Get Back a miniseries or a single documentary that got out of control in the editing room? Since there are three episodes, we’re calling it a miniseries. The Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson was given access to over sixty hours of previously unseen footage of the Fab Four: Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, and George Harrison. Jackson’s special effects team has also restored the footage to a remarkably fresh and vibrant state while showing the Beatles creating and recording music together. Get Back doesn’t shy away from showing tensions as well, including one bandmate’s abrupt departure. But it may be the best window into the Beatles near the end of their run that anyone outside of the band will ever see.
Welcome to Earth (2021)
Welcome to Earth
63 %
7.7/10
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Documentary, Reality
Cast Will Smith
We like to think we know everything about our planet, and every creature that resides there. But there’s always more to learn and discover. In National Geographic’s new series, Welcome To Earth, Will Smith serves as an executive producer, host, and an enthusiastic explorer as a team of experts takes him around the world to experience some of the most unique places on Earth. Their trip even includes some time in a submarine beneath the waves, which Smith likens to another planet entirely. It’s a beautifully realized journey of a world that hasn’t given up all of her secrets yet.
Hawkeye (2021)
Hawkeye
66 %
8.1/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Action & Adventure, Drama
Cast Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld, Tony Dalton
Created by Jonathan Igla
Hawkeye is the final live-action show in Marvel Studios’ first year on Disney+, and it may be the best one to date. Hailee Steinfeld stars as Kate Bishop, a young woman who has idolized Clint Barton/Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) for most of her life. In the present, Kate’s suspicions of her soon-to-be father-in-law, Jack Duquesne (Tony Dalton), lead her to enter Clint’s life at a very inopportune time. Their subsequent actions also catch the attention of Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox), a deadly woman who blames Hawkeye’s alter ego, Ronin, for the death of her father.
Magic Bake-Off (2021)
Magic Bake-Off
6.0/10
1 Season
Genre Reality
Cast Issac Ryan Brown, Dara Reneé
It shouldn’t surprise anyone that Disney has its own bake-off show. It’s practically a streaming prerequisite. But the appeal of Disney Magic Bake-off comes with the form that the show takes. Rather than focusing on adult chefs, hosts Issac Ryan Brown and Dara Reneé oversee a contest between kids to come up with the best Disney-inspired deserts that they can conceive within a strict time limit. For the first season, the topics include Disney Princesses, theme parks, The Lion King, Frozen, Toy Story, and more. It’s a real charmer, and appropriate family viewing is always welcomed here.
Just Beyond (2021)
Just Beyond
6.1/10
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Family, Comedy
Created by Seth Grahame-Smith
Remember R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps? Disney+’s Just Beyond is essentially another iteration of that, based upon the graphic novels that Stine created in association with Boom! Studios. Each episode tells a self-contained story of its own, as kids and young adults find themselves thrust into unusual and strange circumstances including alternate worlds, aliens, supernatural creatures, and more. It’s a wonderfully weird universe out there, and it’s only getting weirder.
Wizards of Waverly Place (2007)
Wizards of Waverly Place
6.9/10
tv-g 4 Seasons
Genre Comedy, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Kids
Cast Selena Gomez, David Henrie, Jake T. Austin
Created by Todd J. Greenwald
Would it surprise you to learn that Disney does have its own Harry Potter, by way of Sabrina the Teenage Witch? Wizards of Waverly Place may not be as serious as Harry’s adventures, but it’s a touchstone show for kids who grew up watching the Disney Channel in the 2000s. Selena Gomez plays Alex Russo, the oldest sibling in a family of wizards. Alex’s brothers, Justin (David Henrie) and Max (Jake T. Austin), are also wizards. But in this world, only one family member can hold onto their powers when they come of age. That means the Russo siblings are in competition with each other, even though they remain close as a family.
TRON: Uprising (2012)
TRON: Uprising
8.2/10
tv-y7 1 Season
Genre Action & Adventure, Animation, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Cast Mandy Moore, Elijah Wood, Emmanuelle Chriqui
Created by Edward Kitsis, Adam Horowitz
It’s unfortunate that there’s only a single season of Tron: Uprising, but what a season it was! This is the high point of the Tron franchise, with beautifully realized animation and a strong story about Beck (Elijah Wood), a young program who may be the next Tron. Bruce Boxleitner reprises his role as the original Tron, and he mentors Beck as he starts a resistance movement against the forces of Clu. Beck leads a double life in part to protect his friends, Mara (Mandy Moore) and Zed (Nate Corddry). But Beck also finds himself drawn to the enemy general, Paige (Emmanuelle Chriqui), a female program whose loyalties to the regime are conflicted by her empathy and her intelligence.
Gargoyles (1994)
Gargoyles
8.1/10
tv-g 3 Seasons
Genre Animation, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure
Cast Keith David, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Jeff Bennett
Created by Frank Paur, Greg Weisman
In 1994, Disney didn’t have many action oriented brands like Marvel or Star Wars. What it did have was Gargoyles, an amazing animated series that seemed to take its style from Batman: The Animated Series. However, Gargoyles surpassed its influences with a dense and compelling mythology about gargoyles from 994 A.D. who awakened in the present after being trapped in stone for 1,000 years. Goliath (Keith David) leads the surviving gargoyles, and he forms a special bond with police detective Eliza Maza (Salli Richardson). Their slow burn romance was set against the backdrop of fantasy and sci-fi stories that remain among the best that Disney has ever made.
Star Wars: Visions (2021)
Star Wars: Visions
79 %
7.2/10
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Animation, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure
Lucasfilm delivered a new spin on Star Wars with this anime anthology series that includes nine short films produced by Japanese animation studios and inspired by the beloved sci-fi saga set in a galaxy far, far away. Set throughout the Star Wars timeline — and in some cases, outside of it — the films filter the franchise through a fresh lens that also offers some fascinating new stories voiced by an all-star cast of actors. Among the highlights in Star Wars: Visions are the Akira Kurosawa-inspired tale The Duel, and the surprising, post-Rise of Skywalker story told in The Ninth Jedi, among other great episodes.
Behind the Attraction (2021)
Behind the Attraction
72 %
7.7/10
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Documentary
Cast Paget Brewster
Created by Brian Volk-Weiss
Brian Volk-Weiss, the filmmaker responsible for the popular, nostalgia-inducing documentary series The Toys That Made Us and The Movies That Made Us, turns his attention to the Disney theme parks with this surprisingly deep dive into the history, evolution, and future of some of the most famous Disney attractions around the world. From The Haunted Mansion and Jungle Cruise to the Disney hotels, castles, and even the parks’ groundbreaking transportation systems, the series covers a lot of ground — literally — as it explores how Disney’s park experience has changed over time. Dwayne Johnson, who co-produced the series with Volk-Weiss, even makes an appearance, with Paget Brewster narrating the episodes. And yes, in case you’re wondering, there’s an entire episode dedicated to It’s A Small World.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
66 %
8.3/10
tv-pg 7 Seasons
Genre Action & Adventure, Animation, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Cast James Arnold Taylor, Corey Burton, Dee Bradley Baker
Created by George Lucas
The Clone Wars feature film, which also serves as the series pilot, is not good. The animated series that followed that film is very, very good. Although The Clone Wars started as a typical action-adventure cartoon, it quickly morphed into something much more complex: A thorough and nuanced examination of the horrors of war in the Star Wars universe. Across seven seasons, The Clone Wars both deepened and expanded the Star Wars franchise in all kinds of unexpected ways. Even better? The end isn’t really the end — the story continues in The Clone Wars‘ also-great follow-up, Star Wars Rebels.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars | Official Trailer | Disney+
So Weird (1999)
So Weird
8.5/10
tv-y7 3 Seasons
Genre Mystery, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Kids
Cast Cara DeLizia, Mackenzie Phillips, Alexz Johnson
Created by Tom J. Astle
So Weird was never the biggest Disney Channel series, but over the years, it’s become a cult classic. The title tells you why. In this X-Files-inspired series, a teenage girl tries to find a way to communicate with her dead father while touring with her rock-star mom and ends up running afoul of ghosts, vampires, Bigfoot, angels, and all kinds of other paranormal creatures. If you want something darker than the typical Disney Channel fare, look no further. You’ve found it.
Diary of a Future President (2020)
Diary of a Future President
6.1/10
tv-pg 2 Seasons
Genre Comedy, Kids
Cast Tess Romero, Charlie Bushnell, Selenis Leyva
Created by Ilana Peña
Diary of a Future President follows Elena (Tess Romero), a 12-year-old Cuban American girl, a middle schooler with dreams of becoming a future POTUS. The show features voice-over work and flash-forward appearances from Gina Rodriguez, playing the adult Elena, as she reads from Elena’s middle school diary and leads a political campaign. Rodriguez produces through her own I Can & I Will production company, alongside CBS Television Studios, with episodes premiering on Disney+. The show does a good job of balancing coming-of-age tribulations with witty humor. It’s sharp and heartfelt writing, for sure, which helped to net Diary a second season through Disney+.
Diary of a Future President | Official Trailer | Disney+

Rogue Trip (2020)
Rogue Trip
7.2/10
1 Season
Genre Documentary
Cast Bob Woodruff, Mack Woodruff
After being injured in a roadside bombing while working as a correspondent in Iraq, ABC News correspondent Bob Woodruff developed a new lease on life and opted to face fear head-on instead of shying away from it. Part of his journey includes this National Geographic series where he, along with his son, Mack, visits six regions that are known for conflict. As the pair go to Colombia, Papua New Guinea, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Lebanon, and Ukraine, viewers will not only learn about the regions and their cultures and history, but also get to experience father and son’s touching bond.
Rogue Trip | Official Trailer | Disney+

Raven's Home (2017)
Raven's Home
7.3/10
tv-g 5 Seasons
Genre Family, Comedy
Cast Raven-Symoné, Anneliese van der Pol, Issac Ryan Brown
Created by Scott Thomas, Jed Elinoff
Raven’s Home is a current Disney Channel show and sequel series to That’s So Raven (2003-2007)Taking place a decade after the latter, Raven’s Home finds the titular Raven (Raven-Symoné) as a divorced single mother of two rooming with best friend Chelsea (Anneliese van der Pol) and her own kids in Chicago. Fans of That’s So Raven will be pleased to know that, yes, Raven is still psychic. And now her son is, too. Raven’s Home brings all the familiar hijinks and psychic vision plotting of the original Raven, while effectively tackling the modern-day struggles of both parents and their preteens.
Teaser | Raven’s Home | Disney Channel

Marvel's Agent Carter (2015)
Marvel's Agent Carter
73 %
7.9/10
tv-pg 2 Seasons
Genre Drama, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Cast Hayley Atwell, James D'Arcy, Enver Gjokaj
Created by Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely
A spinoff from Marvel’s Captain America films, Agent Carter stars Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter, the love of Captain America’s life, in the aftermath of Captain America’s tragic accident at the end of World War II. Now, Agent Carter is virtually unstoppable in her fight against new atomic threats. After a career in New York, however, she relocates to Los Angeles for her most dangerous assignment yet. Working in the bright lights of Hollywood, she’ll need all of the help and cunning of her new friends and allies to take on her most sinister threat yet. With Peggy Carter playing a big role in Marvel’s What If? series, there’s never been a better time to find out why she’s such an important character in the MCU.

The Muppet Show (1976)
The Muppet Show
8.4/10
tv-g 5 Seasons
Genre Kids, Comedy, Family
Cast Louise Gold, Karen Prell, Jim Henson
Created by Jim Henson
When Disney+ launched, classic variety series The Muppet Show was conspicuously absent from its library. That terrible mistake was finally addressed when all five seasons of the show were added to the streaming service in February 2021. The series joins the various Muppets movies and modern Muppets projects like Muppets Now on the service, and offers a great reminder of just how groundbreaking The Muppet Show was when it premiered in 1975. Over the course of its run, a long list of A-list celebrities joined Kermit, Miss Piggy, and the rest of the Muppets gang, including Steve Martin, Diana Ross, Elton John, and even Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill.
Showtime | The Muppet Show | Disney+

Doogie Kamealoha, M.D. (2021)
Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.
71 %
6.3/10
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Drama
Cast Peyton Elizabeth Lee, Kathleen Rose Perkins, Jason Scott Lee
Created by Kourtney Kang
Disney’s reboot of ’90s teen-doctor series Doogie Howser, M.D. isn’t a sequel or spinoff, but rather the story of another teenage prodigy who finds herself saddled with the nickname “Doogie” due to awareness of the classic ABC series in the show’s fictional world. Peyton Elizabeth Lee portrays Lahela “Doogie” Kameāloha, a graduate of Harvard Medical School at just 16 years old, who finds herself juggling the responsibilities of a medical career with the trials and tribulations of teenage life. Fortunately, the Hawaiian teenager has plenty of friends and family around her to help. With positive reviews for its first few episodes, the series has proven to be just as rewarding for the children of parents who grew up with Doogie Howser as it is for kids discovering the premise for the very first time.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (2021)
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
75 %
7.3/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Drama, War & Politics
Cast Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, Wyatt Russell
Created by Malcolm Spellman
Following the success of WandaVision, the next chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe unfolds in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, which follows Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan’s MCU characters Sam Wilson and James “Bucky” Barnes, respectively, as they navigate a world thrown into chaos after the events of Avengers: Endgame. As Wilson deals with the ramifications of Captain America passing his shield to him, Barnes struggles to reconcile his villainous past with his uncertain future. As if that wasn’t enough, the series throws villain Helmut Zemo (Daniel Brühl) into the mix, too.
The Bad Batch (2021)
The Bad Batch
67 %
8.0/10
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Animation, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure
Cast Dee Bradley Baker, Michelle Ang
Created by Dave Filoni
The Star Wars saga continues in this series set after the overlapping events of Episode III — Revenge of the Sith and the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, but before the events of the franchise-spawning Episode IV — A New Hope. The series follows the members of Clone Force 99, a unique group of clone troopers whose genetic mutations during the cloning process (which earned them the nickname “The Bad Batch”) gave them specialized abilities. First introduced in The Clone Wars, the characters were a hit among Star Wars fans, and The Bad Batch explores what happened to them after the war ended and Order 66 forced many of their fellow clones to kill the Jedi they served alongside.

Phineas and Ferb (2007)
Phineas and Ferb
8.0/10
tv-g 4 Seasons
Genre Animation, Comedy, Family, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Cast Vincent Martella, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Ashley Tisdale
Created by Dan Povenmire, Jeff 'Swampy' Marsh, Joe Orrantia
Stepbrothers Phineas and Ferb are going to have the best summer vacation they can, the only way they know how: By building ludicrous and extremely dangerous contraptions in their backyard and avoiding the wrath of their older sister, Candace. Phineas and Ferb has the same energy as Family Guy (co-creator Dan Povenmire used to work on Fox’s animated sitcom), but it’s not nearly as raunchy, leading to a show that the whole family can enjoy. It’s a great time to catch up on Phineas and Ferb, too: A spinoff movie, Candace Against the Universe, is now available for streaming on Disney+.

Darkwing Duck (1991)
Darkwing Duck
7.6/10
tv-g 3 Seasons
Genre Action & Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Kids
Cast Terence McGovern, Jim Cummings, Christine Cavanaugh
Created by Tad Stones
By day, Drake Mallard is a regular suburbanite who frets over his adopted daughter, Gosalyn. By night, he’s Darkwing Duck, a masked superhero who spends the midnight hours fighting crime alongside his pilot sidekick, Launchpad McQuack. Sure, sometimes Darkwing’s ego gets in the way of stopping evildoers, but when push comes to shove he’s not just the hero that St. Canard needs. He’s the hero that St. Canard deserves.
Boy Meets World (1993)
Boy Meets World
8.0/10
tv-g 7 Seasons
Genre Drama, Comedy
Cast Rider Strong, Danielle Fishel, Maitland Ward
Created by Michael Jacobs, April Kelly
For seven seasons, audiences watched Cory Matthews (Ben Savage), his on-again, off-again girlfriend, Topanga (Danielle Fishel), his older brother, Eric (Will Friedle), and his best friend, Shawn (Rider Strong), navigate middle school, high school, and college, usually with the help of their teacher/principal/friend Mr. Feeny (William Daniels). While Boy Meets World tackled heady issues like divorce, child abuse, and underage alcoholism, it was also a sweet and funny TGIF staple that earned legions of fans — not to mention a spinoff called Girl Meets World, which is also available on Disney+.
WandaVision (2021)
WandaVision
77 %
8/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Mystery, Drama
Cast Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany, Kathryn Hahn
Created by Jac Schaeffer
This original series is the first project in Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and follows Avengers teammates Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) as they settle into a perfect suburban life together — only to discover that everything is not as it seems. Set after the events of Avengers: Endgame, the nine-episode WandaVision filters the pair’s life together through classic sitcom tropes, and poses plenty of questions about exactly how the duo ended up where they are while giving its stars ample opportunity to explore the funny side of superheroes in suburbia.
Spider-Man (1994)
Spider-Man
8.4/10
tv-y7 5 Seasons
Genre Animation, Action & Adventure
Cast Christopher Daniel Barnes, Roscoe Lee Browne, Jennifer Hale
Created by Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Widely regarded as the best Spider-Man animated series ever made, Spider-Man (also known as Spider-Man: The Animated Series) premiered in 1994 during the height of the ’90s comics boom and managed to be one of the few superhero series of the era to be both critically and commercially successful, running for five highly acclaimed seasons. Over the course of the show’s 65 episodes, the series explored Peter Parker’s life both in and out of costume and took the unusual (at the time) approach of having lengthy, season-long story arcs unfold in addition to more traditional episodic adventures.
Becoming (2020)
Becoming
6.9/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Documentary
LeBron James is behind this documentary series that delves into the backstories of famous entertainers, taking them back to their hometowns and learning about their early lives, what inspired them, their struggles along the way, and how they got their big breaks. Along with the celebrities recalling events in their own words, loved ones are also interviewed to share their perspectives. The first 10 episodes feature a range of celebrity figures, from actor Adam Devine to singer Colby Caillat, dancer Julianne Hough, TV personality Nick Cannon, athlete Rob Gronkowski, and others.
What If...? (2021)
What If...?
69 %
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Animation, Action & Adventure, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Cast Jeffrey Wright
What if Peggy Carter got the super-soldier serum instead of Steve Rogers? What if T’Challa didn’t want to be Black Panther and became Star-Lord instead? What if various other key moments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe happened differently? That’s the premise of Marvel’s animated anthology series What If?, which explores the alternate histories that spin out of small changes in the MCU timeline that end up changing the franchise’s status quo in some big ways. Not only does the series offer some intriguing questions to ponder about the evolution of the MCU, but it also features many of the same actors from live-action Marvel films voicing the animated versions of their characters.
Marvel Studios' What If...? | Official Trailer | Disney+

Hannah Montana (2006)
Hannah Montana
5.2/10
tv-g 4 Seasons
Genre Comedy, Kids
Cast Miley Cyrus, Emily Osment, Jason Earles
Created by Rich Correll, Barry O'Brien, Michael Poryes
By day, she’s regular teenager Miley Stewart. By night, she’s international pop star Hannah Montana — and almost nobody knows her secret. Sound like trouble? Oh, it is. Not only did Hannah Montana launch Miley Cyrus’ career (and helped revitalize that of her real-life and on-screen father, Billy Ray Cyrus), but it’s also the highest-rated show in Disney Channel history. If you grew up with Miley, Disney+ gives you the perfect chance to revisit the series: Every episode is available on Disney+ right now.

The Right Stuff (2020)
The Right Stuff
61 %
6.8/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Drama
Cast Jake McDorman, Patrick J. Adams, Colin O'Donoghue
Created by Mark Lafferty
Loosely based on the Tom Wolfe novel of the same name released in 1979, this historical drama takes viewers back in time and into the origins of the creation of the U.S. space program. The Mercury Seven astronauts travel from the Mojave Desert to space as they obsessively compete with one another and become instant celebrities. There are eight parts in the first season, which has been better reviewed by viewers than critics. That said, while some call the series and storylines clichéd, others laud the striking visuals and great acting that make it worth watching.

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Earth to Ned (2020)
Earth to Ned
6.5/10
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Comedy, Talk
Cast Paul Rugg, Colleen Smith, Michael Oosterom
This clever talk show is hosted by Ned, an extraterrestrial being who came to Earth intending to conquer the planet but ended up falling in love with its pop culture and celebrities. The series premiered in September with a 10-episode first season that featured a wide range of guests, from Andy Richter and Community actress Gillian Jacobs to a special Star Wars-themed episode featuring Billy Dee Williams and BB-8. The entertainment of the unscripted interviews in each episode is only matched by The Jim Henson Company’s impressive puppetry that brings Ned and his supporting cast of animatronic characters to life.
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Kim Possible (2002)
Kim Possible
7.2/10
tv-y7 4 Seasons
Genre Animation, Action & Adventure, Comedy, Kids
Cast Christy Carlson Romano, Will Friedle, Nancy Cartwright
Created by Mark McCorkle, Bob Schooley
Middleton, USA. Happy homes, good schools, plenty of evil. Fortunately, an extraordinary, crime-fighting teen named Kim Possible (Christy Carlson Romano) lives just around the corner. Kim Possible episodes each follow a day in the life of the titular character. A day could be tough because of school or tough because of superhuman battles with the notorious Dr. Drakken. Luckily, Kim’s got best friend Ron (Will Friedle) and bedroom computer genius Wade (Tahj Mowry) to back her up. Together, they are Team Possible. Call her, beep her if you want to reach her. Kim Possible ran from 2002 to 2007 on the Disney Channel, becoming one of the network’s most popular animated series.

Monsters at Work (2021)
Monsters at Work
55 %
7/10
tv-g 1 Season
Genre Family, Comedy, Animation
Cast Ben Feldman, Mindy Kaling, Henry Winkler
Created by Roberts Gannaway
Set after the events of 2001’s Monsters, Inc., this series follows newly graduated Monsters University alumni Tylor Tuskmon (Ben Feldman) as he tries to adapt to the changing world around him. With the city of Monstropolis now fueled by laughter instead of screams, Tylor toils away as a mechanic while dreaming of getting the chance to work with his idols, Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) and James “Sulley” Sullivan (John Goodman). The hit franchise continues in this series, which brings back many of the series’ veteran cast members.
America's Funniest Home Videos (1989)
America's Funniest Home Videos
38 %
6.1/10
tv-pg 31 Seasons
Genre Comedy, Talk
Created by Vin Di Bona
Before the internet, silly videos went viral via America’s Funniest Home Videos. After 30 seasons, AFV isn’t quite the appointment viewing it once was, but Disney+ has a massive vault of episodes that will bring you back to a more innocent time, when kids, pets, and adults getting caught on tape in unfortunate situations was something truly special. Just because you can scroll through thousands of viral videos on social media doesn’t mean you’re going to find some of the gems of old-school AFV.
Loki (2021)
Loki
74 %
8.3/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Drama, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Cast Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson, Sophia Di Martino
Created by Michael Waldron
Marvel’s Asgardian trickster finally gets his own solo adventure in this Disney+ original series that brings back MCU veteran Tom Hiddleston as the titular god of mischief. After the events of Avengers: Endgame cut Loki loose in the MCU timeline, this series explores what happens when the trickster finds himself forced to work with an interdimensional agency to prevent just the sort of chaos he’s accustomed to creating. Owen Wilson joins Hiddleston in the show’s cast, and new episodes of the series premiere weekly on Disney+.
DuckTales (2017)
DuckTales
8.2/10
tv-y7 3 Seasons
Genre Family, Comedy, Animation
Cast David Tennant, Danny Pudi, Ben Schwartz
Created by Matt Youngberg, Francisco Angones
Reboots of beloved classic animated series don’t always work, but Disney managed to recapture lightning in a bottle with DuckTales, its re-imagined spin on the 1987 series with the insanely catchy theme song. Not only does the series give Huey, Dewey, and Louie’s adventures with Scrooge McDuck a modern makeover that’s as entertaining for adults as it is for kids, but it also introduces a few new characters to the mix — including young adventurer Webby Vanderquack — and features an impressive voice cast. That cast includes former Doctor Who star David Tennant as Scrooge, as well as Danny Pudi, Ben Schwartz, and Bobby Moynihan, and Kate Micucci. A multiple award winner and critical darling, DuckTales proves that some stories never get old.
Gravity Falls (2012)
Gravity Falls
8.9/10
tv-y7 2 Seasons
Genre Animation, Comedy, Mystery, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Kids
Cast Kristen Schaal, Linda Cardellini, Jason Ritter
Created by Alex Hirsch
When Dipper and Mabel Pines decide to spend the summer with their great uncle Stan, a huckster who runs Gravity Falls’ No. 1 tourist trap, the Mystery Shack, they don’t know what they’re in for. Gravity Falls is kind of like a kid-friendly mashup of the X-Files and Twin Peaks. It’s also equal parts thrilling and hilarious, and one of the best cartoons of the past 20 years. You’ll come for Gravity Falls‘ long-running mystery and bizarre creatures, but it’s the delightful characters that’ll keep you around. Gravity Falls is weird, but it sure has a lot of heart.
The Proud Family (2001)
The Proud Family
6.5/10
tv-y 3 Seasons
Genre Animation
Cast Kyla Pratt, Tommy Davidson, Tara Strong
Created by Bruce W. Smith
The Proud Family was groundbreaking TV for the Disney Channel. Disney’s first animated show centered entirely on an African-American family, The Proud Family is a delightful, sometimes zany coming of age show following the precocious Penny as she navigates the early years of adolescence. Balancing family, friends, school, and everything else teens do is always easier said than done but it certainly doesn’t help that Penny’s multi-generational household seems to have a knack for getting into larger-than-life hijinks.
Running Wild with Bear Grylls (2014)
Running Wild with Bear Grylls
7.6/10
tv-pg 6 Seasons
Genre Action & Adventure, Reality
Cast Bear Grylls
Created by Delbert Shoopman
With Running Wild, popular outdoor survival expert Bear Grylls put a new spin on his reality series by inviting a celebrity (or two) on a new set of adventures in harsh environments around the world. After airing on NBC for its first four seasons, the popular show moved to National Geographic for its fifth and sixth seasons, which featured Grylls teaching Brie Larson, Dave Bautista, Channing Tatum, Danica Patrick, and other celebrities how to survive in various regions. Destinations in the fifth and sixth seasons — which are both available on Disney+ now — included Iceland, Panama, Sierra Nevada, and Moab, Utah, among other breathtaking — but dangerous — locales.
The Mandalorian (2019)
The Mandalorian
71 %
8.7/10
tv-14 2 Seasons
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Western, Drama
Cast Pedro Pascal
Created by Jon Favreau
The first live-action Star Wars series got off to a surprising start, and things are only going to get wilder as time goes on. In this groundbreaking series from Iron Man director Jon Favreau, Pedro Pascal stars as a bounty hunter who travels through the Star Wars Universe’s seedy underbelly, brushing up against ex-Imperial warlords, former Rebel shock troopers, assassin droids, and all other kinds of ne’er-do-wells — all while protecting an adorable piece of precious cargo. Featuring the talents of Timothy Olyphant, Werner Herzog, Ming-Na Wen, Nick Nolte, Gina Carano, and Giancarlo Esposito — and that’s just in front of the camera — this series is something special.
Marvel's 616 (2020)
Marvel's 616
6.4/10
1 Season
Genre Documentary
Cast Jesse Falcon, Paul Scheer, Sana Amanat
This anthology documentary series explores various topics within and around the Marvel Comics universe, its rich history, and the fans that have made it one of the most popular franchises in the world. While that’s all well and good, the series’ deep dive into Marvel’s legacy is a surprisingly deep, heartfelt journey through some of the brand’s iconic elements, strangest moments, and the ways it is evolving to better represent its diverse fanbase. Gillian Jacobs, Paul Scheer, and other familiar faces both host and direct episodes within the series, which explores such topics as the origin of “The Japanese Spider-Man,” the forgotten characters of the Marvel universe, and how female creators and the stories they tell are shaping Marvel’s future.

X-Men (1992)
X-Men
8.5/10
tv-y7 5 Seasons
Genre Kids, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Animation, Action & Adventure
Cast Cathal J. Dodd, Cedric Smith, Norm Spencer
Created by Sidney Iwanter, Mark Edward Edens, Margaret Loesch, Eric Lewald
Wolverine and the X-Men (also available on Disney+) might be the superior cartoon, but there’s still nothing quite like X-Men: The Animated Series. The phenomenally catchy theme song. The ludicrous Jim Lee-designed costumes. The weird, funny moments that have sparked a thousand memes. This Saturday morning cartoon was many fans’ first introduction to Marvel’s merry mutants, and it remains one of the most popular takes on the characters. Nostalgia: It’s powerful stuff.

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