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This Star Wars series stars Pedro Pascal as the titular bounty hunter operating on the fringes of the galaxy.
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Boy Meets World
The series that originally aired from 1993 to 2000 is available in its entirety on the platform and is already a trending topic since Disney+ launched.
The Imagineering Story
Disney park enthusiasts will love this docuseries that reveals the magic from behind the scenes as it recounts more than 50 years of imagineering history.
It may have been announced that a revival series is on the way, but in case you can’t wait until then there’s always the option of revisiting the original Disney Channel series, which is available in its entirety.
This series reunites former casts of high school productions with the help of actress Kristen Bell, and they put on the musicals they performed in the past in a touching set of stories.
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series
Revisiting East High, this show follows the students who attend the school where High School Musical was filmed as they put on their own production of the show. It’s like reboot without being an exact remake, but still includes your favorite tunes from the original 2006 film.
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The animated series is available for binging, with the entire library streaming on Disney’s new platform.
The World According to Jeff Goldblum
This new original series exclusive to the platform features actor and creative Jeff Goldblum as he explores everyday objects and concepts and unravels them through science, history and more.
Marvel’s Hero Project
The peeps at Marvel are highlighting young community leaders in their quest to help others, celebrating their everyday heroism with inspiring stories.
Forky Asks a Question
This series of shorts from Pixar features Forky — a new member of the Toy Story family — who asks the big questions over the course of 10 installments.
If Pixar shorts are your jam, this series of them is sure to satisfy. Spark Shorts features all-new stories in short form segments.
This holiday comedy stars Anna Kendrick as Noelle and Bill Hader as Nick — children of Kris Kringle, who is looking to retire soon. When Noelle convinces Nick to take a mental health break from his impending duties as the next Santa Claus and he doesn’t return, she’ll have to find him so they can save Christmas.
Lady and the Tramp
This live-action version of the beloved film features Tessa Thompson and Justin Theroux as the voices of the titular canine characters.
Disney+ is officially here, and there's more than enough content to satisfy every viewer checking out the new streaming platform.