Disney+ set to launch in November. Check out a list of the original content that will be available to view here --->
Disney+ will officially enter into the streaming world on November 12th, 2019 in the United States, Canada, and the Netherlands. With a launch for Australia and New Zealand a week later on November 19th.
Disney+ will offer customers a wide variety of content from Disney, Marvel, Lucas Films, Pixar, National Geographic and more. The library will include animated classics, recent releases, and brand new original content.
Someone asked us to formally introduce ourselves so of course we made a video. pic.twitter.com/VZLrJ6ff7k— Disney+ (@disneyplus) August 19, 2019
Before their presentation at the D23 Expo today, Disney+ shared posters for several projects that will be available to view upon its launch:
Check out the impressive list of other titles scheduled to be released through the streaming service below:
“The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” (fall 2020): An MCU series, set after the events of “Avengers: Endgame,” following Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson (a.k.a. Falcon) and Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes (a.k.a. Winter Soldier). They are two of Steve Rogers’ (a.k.a. Captain America) closest friends.
“WandaVision” (spring 2021): A show about Wanda Maximoff (a.k.a. Scarlet Witch), played by Elizabeth Olsen, and Vision, played by Paul Bettany. The show also will introduce MCU fans to the grown-up Monica Rambeau, played by Teyonah Parris. A much younger Monica made her MCU debut in 2019’s “Captain Marvel .”
“Loki” (spring 2021): The god of mischief will be the focus of this series, with Tom Hiddleston reprising his role as the fan-favorite villain Loki.
“Hawkeye” (fall 2021): The show that will introduce Kate Bishop ( whom comic book fans also know as Hawkeye) to the MCU. Jeremy Renner’s Clint Barton also will be there.
“The Mandalorian” (available at launch) : Set somewhere in the outer reaches of the galaxy, some time between the fall of the Empire and the rise of the First Order — meaning between the events of “Return of the Jedi” and “The Force Awakens” — “The Mandalorian” is a space western starring “Game of Thrones” alum Pedro Pascal as the titular blaster-slinger. Written and executive produced by Jon Favreau, the show is the first live-action “Star Wars” spin-off series. The cast also includes Gina Carano, Carl Weathers, Giancarlo Esposito, Emily Swallow, Omid Abtahi, Werner Herzog and Nick Nolte. Dave Filoni, known for his work in “Star Wars” animation, is the director of the first episode.
Untitled Cassian Andor Series (to debut during year two): Diego Luna will be back as Cassian Andor in this spy thriller set in the early years of the Rebellion, before the events of “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” Alan Tudyk also returns as K-2SO. Stephen Schiff (“The Americans”) will serve as showrunner and executive producer.
“High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” (available at launch): A 10-episode scripted series (in the mockumentary style) following a group of students preparing to put on East High’s first-ever production of “High School Musical.”
“Diary of a Female President” (to debut during year one): A series following a 12-year-old Cuban American girl navigating the highs and lows of middle school as she journeys to become the future president of the United States. Gina Rodriguez (“Jane the Virgin”) and Emily Gipson (“I Can and I Will”) will serve as executive producers with Ilana Peña (“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”).
“Love, Simon” (release TBA): Set in the world of the 2018 film “Love, Simon,” the half-hour series will follow Victor, a new student at Creekwood High School who has to adjust to living in a new city while dealing with family issues and struggling with his sexual orientation. He reaches out to Simon for help.
“Forky Asks a Question” (available at launch): “Toy Story 4” breakout Forky has important questions about how the world works. All of these questions and more will be explored in a series of 10 shorts.
“SparkShorts” (available at launch): A series of experimental shorts from Pixar’s program designed to discover new talent and explore new storytelling techniques from artists across the studio.
“Monsters at Work” (2020): Set six months after the events of the original “Monsters, Inc.,” this new series will follow Tylor Tuskmon (voiced by Ben Feldman), who works as a young mechanic on the Monsters Inc. facilities team. His dream is to work his way up to the Laugh Floor, to make kids laugh along with his idols Mike and Sully. The series cast includes “Monsters, Inc.” vets Billy Crystal, John Goodman, John Ratzenberger, Bob Peterson, and Jennifer Tilly, as well as newcomers Kelly Marie Tran, Henry Winkler, Lucas Neff, Alanna Ubach and Stephen Stanton.
“Marvel’s What If…?” (summer 2021): The MCU’s first animated series will introduce the Watcher, voiced by Jeffrey Wright, and feature stories set in alternate realities spun from pivotal moments in the MCU. The voice cast will include established MCU actors reprising their characters.
“Chip ’n’ Dale” (to debut during year one): Classic chipmunk characters Chip and Dale are in for a modern makeover in a new comedy series that will see them living in a small park in a busy city. The series, comprised of 39 seven-minute episodes, will be produced by the award-winning French production studio Xilam Animation.