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Every Single Original TV Show & Movie Coming To Disney+

Disney Plus Original Movies Shows

Disney is joining the streaming game with new service Disney+, set to launch on November 12, 2019, and the studio is bringing a big lineup of original TV shows and movies to the table. From Star Wars shows like The Mandalorian and The Clone Wars to Marvel Cinematic Universe spinoffs such as Falcon and Winter Soldier, Disney is planning to spend $500 million on original Disney+ content in 2019 alone.

With established competitors like Netflix and Amazon Prime to contend with, Disney is planning to draw Disney+ customers in with a low starting price point of $6.99 a month, and a large library of archived Disney content at launch. However, in order to succeed in the streaming game, Disney+ will also need to offer a wealth of exclusives within its first few years.

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Related: Everything You Need to Know About Disney+

Though the launch of Disney+ is still months away, Disney already has shows and movies lined up through to 2021. Here's what's coming to Disney+, and when to expect it.

Falcon and Winter Soldier

Release: First year of launch.

Two of Captain America's best buds will be teaming up for Falcon and Winter Soldier, a live-action series starring Sebastian Stan and Anthony Mackie. Not much is known about the series yet, most likely because Marvel wants to avoid spoiling the events of Avengers: Endgame. However, Bucky Barnes and Sam Wilson made a formidable (and funny) team in Captain America: Civil War, so it should be fun to see them exchanging banter and covering each other's backs in their own show.

Related: These Marvel Shows Are Coming After Avengers: Endgame

Loki

Release: Second year after launch.

Thor's trickster brother is getting his own live-action series in Loki, which will see Tom Hiddleston reprise his role. Rick and Morty writer Michael Waldron is in charge of developing the series and scripting the pilot, and according to an official synopsis the series will "follow Loki as the trickster and shapeshifter pops up throughout human history as [an] unlikely influencer on historical events." This prequel approach gets around the rather sticky problem of Loki being killed off at the start of Avengers: Infinity War.

WandaVision

Release: Second year after launch.

The rather bizarrely titled WandaVision will follow romantic pairing of Scarlet Witch and the Vision, who are connected via the Mind Stone (it gave Wanda Maximoff her powers, and resided in Vision's head until being rudely pried out by Thanos). Little is known about this series so far, except that Paul Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen are expected to star and that, like the other series, it will intersect with the movie side of the MCU.

Marvel’s What If…?

Release: First year after launch

An animated series inspired by the "What If...?" Marvel comics, Marvel's What If...? is exactly what it sounds like - a series of stories based in alternate versions of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, where one major element has been changed. The first episode of the series will explore what might have happened if Agent Peggy Carter became Captain America instead of Steve Rogers. Not to be left out, this universe's version of Steve becomes the first ever Iron Man, with a suit built by Howard Stark.

The Mandalorian

Mandalorian silhouette Pedro Pascal Star Wars

Release: Episode 1 available at launch

Pedro Pascal leads the cast of The Mandalorian, the first ever live-action Star Wars series, which is set five years after the events of Return of the Jedi. The main character is a bounty hunter of questionable morals, whose identity will be a mystery at the start of the series. The Mandalorian will also star Gina Carano as Kara Dune, an ex-Rebel shock trooper, and Carl Weathers as Greef Marga, head of a branch of the Bounty Hunters Guild.

Related: Star Wars Theory Explains The Biggest Mandalorian Plot Hole

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Release: First year after launch

Animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars is being revived for Disney+, with a trailer unveiled at Star Wars Celebration. The series focuses on Ahsoka Tano, Anakin Skywalker's Padawan, and also features other characters from the movies like Yoda, Mace Windu, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Darth Maul. In season 7, Ahsoka has left the Jedi and is attempting to start a new life in the underworld of Coruscant.

Untitled Cassian Andor Series

Release: Second year after launch

Diego Luna's ruthless Rebel spy Cassian Andor, who made his debut in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, will return in a live-action series alongside sardonic robot K-2SO (voiced by Alan Tudyk). The Americans' Stephen Schiff will both produce the show and serve as showrunner. Set prior to the events of Rogue One, the show will explore Cassian's history in espionage at the height of the Empire's power.

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series

High School Musical The Musical The Series

Release: Available at launch

As you can possibly decipher from the tongue-in-cheek title, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series is about a high school production of High School Musical. This is a ten-episode series set in East High, the real high school where High School Musical was filmed, and where students are now preparing to put on their high school's first production of High School Musical. Got it?

Monsters at Work

Monster's Inc, Mike and Sully

Release: Second year after launch

Set six months after the end of Pixar classic Monsters, Inc., Disney Television Animation series Monsters at Work will follow a new monster character, Tylor Tuskmon (Ben Feldman), who works as a mechanic at the revamped Monsters, Inc. Tylor dreams of moving from his humble position up to the main team on the Laugh Floor (formerly the Scare Floor). The voice cast will feature several returning actors from the original movie, including Billy Crystal, John Goodman, John Ratzenberger, and Jennifer Tilly.

Diary of a Female President

Jane the Virgin Season 3 Gina Rodriguez

Release: First year after launch

Jane the Virgin star Gina Rodriguez will be producing Diary of a Female President, a new series from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend writer Ilana Peña. The show will follow a 12 year-old Cuban-American girl with big dreams, "as she navigates the ups and downs of middle school and her journey to becoming the future president of the United States."

Other Disney+ Original TV Shows & Specials

Available at launch:

  • Encore! - Former high school musical castmates recreate their original performance.
  • Forky Asks a Question - 10 shorts featuring Toy Story 4 character Forky.
  • Marvel’s Hero Project - Show celebrating young real-life heroes.
  • SparkShorts - Short animated films from Pixar.
  • Untitled Walt Disney Imagineering Documentary Series - Docuseries about the history of Walt Dsney Imagineering.
  • The World According to Jeff Goldblum - Show hosted by Jeff Goldblum, offering his unique view on the world.

Released in first year after launch:

  • Be Our Chef - Cooking competition show.
  • Cinema Relics: Iconic Art of the Movies - Anthology show looking at the making of famous Disney movies.
  • Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2 - Behind the scenes look at Frozen 2.
  • Magic of Animal Kingdom - Behind-the-scenes look at the Animal Kingdom theme park.
  • Lamp Life - Animated short film featuring Toy Story 4's Bo Peep.
  • Marvel’s 616 - Docuseries about the history of Marvel.
  • (Re)Connect - Series where families work out the issues dividing them.
  • Rogue Trip - Travel series with journalist Bob Woodruff.
  • Shop Class - Competition series with teams creating contraptions.

Released in second year after launch:

  • Earthkeepers - Docuseries about conservationists and the animal kingdom.
  • Ink & Paint - Docuseries about the history of animation at Disney.

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