The Best Documentaries on Disney Plus Right Now (2022)

There’s a whole lot of hot content to pick through on Disney Plus, including hours of Spider-Man cartoons of wildly variable quality and two different versions of Adventures in Babysitting. But if you’re in the mood for more educational fare, don’t worry – Disney+ has got you covered. (Although I would argue there is plenty to learn from Vincent D’Onofrio’s scene in Babysitting in which he plays an auto mechanic who may or may not be the Mighty Thor.)

It’s a little clunkily organized, but there’s plenty of documentary fare available on the streaming platform to sate your appetite for knowledge. We've assembled a list of some of the best titles, covering a wide range of topics including nature films, undersea exploration, the history of Disney, and the making of the Star Wars trilogy (the good one). Below, check out our list of the best documentaries on Disney Plus right now.

Editor's note: This article was updated July 2022 to include Science Fair.

Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised) (2021)

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Director: Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson

The Oscar-winning documentary tells the untold story of the 1969 Harlem Culture Festival, a six-week celebration of Black culture, music, and fashion. During the same summer as Woodstock, the Harlem Culture Festival featured legendary performances from Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, and Gladys Knight & the Pips, just to name a few. Despite its popularity at the time, the documentary explores why the historic festival faded into pop culture obscurity. Part music film and part historical record, Summer of Soul revives the once lost festival for a new generation and stands as a testament to the power of great music in the midst of a tumultuous time in American history, past and present. — Meredith Loftus

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Science Fair (2018)

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Directors: Cristina Costantini, Darren Foster

Run Time: 1 hr 30 min

An engaging and entertaining documentary about a selection of top-tier high school science students, Science Fair explores the fascinating world of academic competition peppered in with adolescent infatuations. Hormones rage in this documentary, which follows nine rival students as they grapple for the title of “Best in Fair.” Directed by Cristina Costantini and Darren Foster (Own the Room), who also wrote the documentary with Jeff Plunkett, Science Fair explores how intellect works hand-in-hand with courage and determination, showcased by these remarkable individuals. – Yael Tygiel

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Olivia Rodrigo: driving home 2 u (a SOUR film) (2022)

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Director: Stacey Lee

This documentary follows young singer Olivia Rodrigo as she reflects on her debut album Sour while driving from Salt Lake City, Utah to Los Angeles, California. In driving home 2 u, Rodrigo’s poignant insight is combined with new arrangements of her songs that show how far the singer has come in the year since her song “driver’s license” propelled her into the spotlight. The vulnerability present in her music continues into the documentary – she’s upfront about how challenging it was to follow the success of her first song. But it’s clear that this experience has given Rodrigo valuable insight and closure. Her youthful perspective gives her a wise outlook on life and relationships that is easy to lose track of as we get older. Even if you’re not a Rodrigo superfan, driving home 2 u is the perfect lowkey watch for all ages. - Brynna Arens

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The Beatles: Get Back (2021)

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Directed By: Peter Jackson

Just when you think you’ve seen and heard enough about The Beatles, Peter Jackson comes along. In 1970, the documentary of their album Let It Be was released. Jackson obtained all the hours of unaired footage and cut it down into a three-part documentary. The stress amongst the group is clear, but the musical genius pouring out of them effortlessly is what you can’t look away from. It’s a feeling of being in the room with the most famous band that ever lived as they look inside their instruments and produce some of the most recognizable songs in history. Watching Paul McCartney goofing around on a guitar when suddenly he’s written the titular song, "Get Back," is a moment you won’t regret witnessing. And seeing the band as bandmates, goofy pals, husbands, and fathers is just about as intimate as you ever thought you could get with a band that has always seemed so untouchable. By the time the rooftop concert starts at the end, you’ll feel like you’ve been through something with them and be saddened knowing that this will be the last time they perform together. - Jennifer McHugh

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Folklore: The Long Pond Sessions (2020)

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Director: Taylor Swift

Join Taylor Swift at the historic Long Pond Studios for a personal concert in the comfort of your home. Directed by Taylor Swift herself, Folklore: The Long Pond Sessions is an intimate look inside her GRAMMY-winning Album of the Year alongside her co-producers, Jack Antonoff and Aaron Dessner. It includes stripped-down performances of each track from folklore, which are the first in-person performances since recording the album remotely. Plus, Taylor also takes the time to reveal the creation and intended meaning behind each track. This documentary is not just for Taylor Swift fans but every music lover who wants to know more about the creative process of one of the best songwriters in the industry today. — Meredith Loftus

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The Pixar Story (2007)

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Director: Leslie Iwerks

The Pixar Story tells the tale about a little start-up company that changed the future of animation and filmmaking forever. Leslie Iwerks’ 2007 documentary chronicles the success story of Pixar Animation Studios from the ground up, featuring interviews from Brad Bird, Tom Hanks, George Lucas, and Steve Jobs. For the studio that inspired a new generation of animators and storytellers, this documentary is a feel-good yet informative watch for movie fans young and old. Fair warning: it will likely make you want to start a Pixar movie marathon afterwards! — Meredith Loftus

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The Rescue (2021)

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Director: Jimmy Chin, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi

From the directing duo of the already outstanding Free Solo, The Rescue is a similarly harrowing yet utterly unique look at the perilous mission to rescue a soccer team trapped in a Thai cave that captured the attention of the world in 2018. It is a documentary that cuts through the noise and creates a comprehensive look at the move-by-move planning that went into the rescue itself. Making use of both recreation and a remarkable amount of footage, the more you learn about just how the children were saved the more incredible it becomes. It places you as close as you can get into the minds of those risking everything, capturing the terror of diving into the darkness and not knowing whether you would make it out alive. It is a story told with compassion and grace for all involved, never letting go as you sink deeper into its depths. — Chase Hutchinson

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Playing with Sharks: The Valerie Taylor Story (2021)

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Director: Sally Aitken

A loving look at the world of sharks as well as its central subject of Valerie Taylor, Playing with Sharks is a documentary that provides insights into both cinema history and the natural world. First shown at Sundance a couple of years back, it follows Taylor herself as she goes from working on films like Jawsto being a marine conservationist and Australian icon. There are some painful moments that don’t shy away from looking at the harm done to sharks though it is all part of the unflinching look at the undersea world. The amount of access director Sally Aitken gets to Taylor herself makes this all the more compelling as it follows her journey to understanding the importance of sharks when she didn’t initially appreciate them as much as she did in later life. Making use of archival footage and more modern interviews, it is a multifaceted documentary that provides a remarkably close look at the misunderstood animal through the eyes of the woman who would become one of their most passionate protectors. — Chase Hutchinson

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Howard (2018)

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Writer/Director: Don Hahn

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Howard Ashman, the lyricist and screenwriter behind some of the most successful films of the so-called Disney Renaissance. But his unparalleled winning streak was tragically cut short when he contracted HIV and died of AIDS before Beauty and the Beast was even released (the film is dedicated to him). Writer/director Don Hahn, who worked with Ashman on Beauty and the Beast and who directed Waking Sleeping Beauty (also on this list) tenderly recounts Ashman’s life, from his childhood putting on shows for his sister using toys as performers to his life as an Off-Broadway wunderkind to his devastating debut on Broadway that helped lead him to Disney. Like with Waking Sleeping Beauty, Hahn stays away from talking head interviews, instead letting new and archival audio interviews run over old footage, photographs and clips from the movies he worked on. (Composer Alan Menken still sounds broken up about Howard’s death.) It’s a story that is told free of sentimentality but one that will, nonetheless, still make you cry buckets. Ashman died so young and worked on so few films; it’s amazing to think what he could have accomplished and how many lives he would have touched if he’d survived. – Drew Taylor

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Walt and El Grupo (2008)

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Writer/Director: Theodore Thomas

In 1941 the United States government, fearing the Nazi influence, sent Walt Disney and a small team of animators and artists on a goodwill tour of South America. It was a chance for Walt to clear his head. He had just dealt with the animators’ strike that left him feeling betrayed and depressed and the passing of his mother in 1938. He was looking for fun and inspiration and that was just what he got on this whirlwind trip. It would inspire projects like The Three Caballeros and Saludos Amigos and put some gas in the tank for the overworked animators like Mary Blair and Frank Thomas, whose son, Theodore Thomas, wrote and directed this documentary (he is also responsible for the exemplary Frank and Ollie). The South America trip is such an oddball, often overlooked bit of Disney history but there were some pretty profound things that happened during the trip (like the death of Walt’s father) and it had a lasting effect on the company’s output for years afterwards. So if you think you know everything about Walt and the history of the company, seek out Walt and El Grupo. Ole! – Drew Taylor

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Empire of Dreams (2004)

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Directors: Kevin Burns, Edith Becker

Writer: Ed Singer

Empire of Dreams was created for the DVD release of the Star Wars Trilogy back in 2004, and you aren’t going to find a more expansive making-of documentary on George Lucas’ original saga. Clocking in at a whopping two-and-a-half hours, the film interviews virtually every cast and crew member involved in making Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi. It’s like sitting through the length of one of the prequels and coming away actually feeling good about your decision.

If you’re a Star Wars fan and you somehow haven’t seen this documentary already, I have no idea what you’ve been doing with your life. It’s the definitive behind-the-scenes look at the original trilogy, and it’s a must-watch for people who love the pew-pews and the laser swords. Now I’m just waiting for Disney Plus to add the truly amazing making-of feature from the Episode One DVD as the perfect companion piece.

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Free Solo (2018)

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Directors: Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, Jimmy Chin

Free Solo follows rock climber Alex Honnold as he sets out to do a free climb of Yosemite National Park’s El Capitan. Free climbing, for the uninitiated, is climbing without any harness or safety line. Basically, it’s the scariest activity human beings can engage in that doesn’t involve space travel and/or uncaged lions.

Free Solo won the Academy Award for Best Documentary in 2018, and it’s easy to see why when you watch it. Honnold’s trip up the 3,000 foot rock formation is dizzying, and if you’re like me, you will spend the entirety of the film with your butt firmly clenched. Relaying the minor spoiler that Honnold is alive and well at the time of this writing might alleviate some of the tension for you, but his quest is still undeniably thrilling to watch.

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African Cats (2011)

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Directors: Alastair Fothergill, Keith Scholey

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Writers: Alix Tidmarsh, Keith Scholey

There are a number of Disneynature documentaries available on Disney Plus, and African Catsis 100% one of them. It follows two families of big cats living in the Maasai Mara National Reserve, in Kenya. One, a family of cheetahs being raised by a lone mother, have a brutal ongoing conflict with roving hyenas. The other, a pride of lions, have a seriously dramatic power struggle involving an exiled lion trying to seize control. It’s very Shakespearian.

The film is told through gorgeous footage captured in the massive game park, and is narrated by Samuel L. Jackson, which is the icing on the cake. Some of the box office gross was donated to the African Wildlife Foundation to help some of the reserves in Kenya, and ultimately contributed to the preservation of 50,000 acres of land.

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Waking Sleeping Beauty (2009)

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Director: Don Hahn

Writer: Patrick Pacheco

If you have any interest whatsoever in the Disney Renaissance, you absolutely have to watch Waking Sleeping Beauty right this second. It’s a surprisingly candid look at Disney’s revitalization in the late 80s and early 90s, thanks to a string of hits like The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, and The Lion King.

Narrated and directed by Disney producer Don Hahn, the film is composed entirely of archival interviews with Disney animators and executives and personal footage shot by the various employees working behind-the-scenes during what is arguably the most important period of the company’s history. Like I said, it’s surprisingly candid and doesn’t paint Disney in the most flattering light, although most of the shade thrown is cast in Jeffrey Katzenberg’s direction, the one-time head of film at Disney who resigned in the mid-90s to found DreamWorks. There’s clearly no love lost there.

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Assembling a Universe (2014)

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Assembling a Universe is a brief documentary that aired as a special on ABC back in 2014, before Avengers: Age of Ultron had even come out, so it’s a little dated. But it gives fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (which is pretty much everyone on the planet) a look at how Marvel Studios began and how the MCU got off the ground. It’s kind of fluffy, and it focuses a lot on the alleged importance of ABC’s Agents of Shield, which is downright adorable. When viewed together with 2019’s Expanding the Universe, you get a neat retrospective on how the MCU has grown over the past half-decade, and where it’s going to go next. They’re not super in-depth (Expanding the Universe clocks in at just under 15 minutes, so you can watch them both in about an hour), but they’re fun.

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Chimpanzee (2012)

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Directors: Alastair Fothergill, Mark Linfield

Writers: Alastair Fothergill, Mark Linfield, Don Hahn

Chimpanzeechronicles the life of a chimpanzee named Oscar, so the title is both direct and wholly appropriate. We follow Oscar as he is being raised by his mother Isha in a group of chimps, but his mother gets separated from the squad after a violent attack by a group of rival chimps led by the villainous Scar. Isha most likely dies, as a lone chimpanzee makes for easy prey in the jungle, and indeed we never see her again. Oscar continues to search for Isha while every other mother chimp in the group rejects him, and it is devastating.

Oscar is eventually begrudgingly adopted by the alpha male Freddy, and the group takes Scar’s gang to the streets one again, Warriors style. The true events of Oscar’s life are so close to a Disney film that it almost wouldn’t surprise me to learn that Scar was on Disney’s payroll. The film is narrated by Tim Allen, which is somewhat jarring at first, but the actor/comedian and Disney mainstay winds up being a good fit.

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Frank and Ollie (1995)

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Director/Writer: Theodore Thomas

This 1995 documentary about Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnson, two legendary animators who worked alongside Walt Disney from the early days of the company all the way through the 1970s, is required viewing for anyone with any interest in the history of Disney (and American animation in general). Between the two of them, Frank and Ollie worked on every major animated Disney feature from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfsto The Fox and the Hound. That’s over 40 years of movies, which is absolutely nuts when you think about it. They even briefly appear in The Incredibles as the two old men commenting on “old school.”

The documentary is equal parts charming and fascinating, as Frank and Ollie share stories about their time as two of the Nine Old Men, the original core group of Disney animators. There’s also a ton of archival footage and interviews with more contemporary Disney animators (well, contemporary for 1995, anyway). It’s a great companion piece to Waking Sleeping Beauty if you’re a history nerd, an animation nerd, a Disney nerd, or some shambling amalgamation of the three (like me).

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The Imagineering Story (2019)

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Director: Leslie Iwerks

Writer: Mark Catalena

At the time of this writing, The Imagineering Storyis still an ongoing docuseries, but it’s absolutely worth watching for anyone interested in Disney’s history. It chronicles the creation of Disneyland and the various Disney theme parks, from Walt Disney’s initial vision to the design and construction of the actual rides to how the company has continued creating entertainment destinations in the decades since Walt’s death.

“Imagineers” are the engineers that design the attractions that Disney’s theme parks, and they’ve done some undeniably incredible work over the years. (The Haunted Mansion in particular is a landmark of special effects wizardry.) The six episode series was produced by Leslie Iwerks, an accomplished documentary filmmaker who also happens to be the granddaughter of Disney legend and Mickey Mouse co-creator Ub Iwerks. (Her film The Pixar Story is slated to come to Disney Plus in 2021.)

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Dolphin Reef (2018)

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Directors: Alastair Fothergill, Keith Scholey

Writer: David Fowler

As you can tell from this list, the Disneynature movies are some of the best documentaries on Disney+. And this year we got two new installments – the so-so Elephant and the very amazing Dolphin Reef. Directed by Disneynature veterans Alastair Fothergill and Keith Scholey, the documentary focuses on the interconnected ecosystem of the reef and all of the colorful, oversized creatures that reside there or utilize the reef for some reason – including, of course, some very adorable and super smart dolphins. Dolphin Reef is a feast for the eyes, obviously, with some of the most stunning underwater photography we’ve ever seen (captured in the highest of high-def) and narrator Natalie Portman does a terrific job both commenting on the action and also inhabiting specific roles (a trope of Disney’s nature documentaries going back to the True-Life Adventures). Truly you haven’t lived until you’ve heard one of our finest actresses fully inhabit the persona of a testy crab or describe what happens when a particular fish chews up dead parts of the reef and poops out sound. Somehow, her stately narration makes this all seem even more incredible. And, as always with the Disneynature films, the undercurrent of nature conservationism and the immediacy of its advocacy for the reef and environmentalism, is appreciated now more than ever. – Drew Taylor

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Titanic: 20 Years Later / Atlantis Rising (2017)

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Director: Thomas C. Grane, Simcha Jacobovici

Writers: Richard Brehm, Georgeos Díaz-Montexano, Simcha Jacobovici

I included this double-whammy of undersea docs just to illustrate director James Cameron’s ongoing battle with the sea. Titanic: 20 Years Later chronicles the director’s return to the wreckage of the famous ship two decades after the release of his massively successful film, appropriately titled Titanic. Cameron, armed with the latest advances in technology, explores the sunken ship once again to try and answer lingering questions about the infamous sinking. It’s funny to think that much of what we now know about the Titanic is thanks to the director, whose interest fueled several undersea expeditions, and the documentary is a fascinating watch for history buffs, fans of the film, or anyone who shares Cameron’s slightly romanticized obsession with the tragedy.

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Atlantis Rising is a bit silly, especially to me, who finds the idea of James Cameron funding an undersea expedition to search for the mythical lost city of Atlantis extremely hilarious. But the crew of the expedition actually does uncover some cool artifacts, including a number of anchors from the Bronze Age. It has an air of one of those "Searching for Bigfoot" shows, but the enthusiasm of everyone involved is enough to overlook the more eye-rolling moments.

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Are there any documentaries on Disney+? ›

There are a number of Disneynature documentaries available on Disney Plus, and African Catsis 100% one of them. It follows two families of big cats living in the Maasai Mara National Reserve, in Kenya.

What shows should I watch on Disney+? ›

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  • She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. Image via Disney+ ...
  • Inhumans. Image via ABC. ...
  • Mighty Ducks: Game Changers. Creator: Steven Brill, Josh Goldsmith, Cathy Yuspa. ...
  • 8 Simple Rules. Image via Buena Vista Television. ...
  • The Bad Batch. Image via Disney+ ...
  • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Image via ABC/Marvel. ...
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Which is the best Disney Plus series? ›

The latest Star Wars addition, The Book of Boba Fett, joins The Mandalorian on our list of the best Disney+ original series and movies, alongside Marvel phenomenons WandaVision and Loki, John Stamos sports dramedy Big Shot and Certified Fresh revival series The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers.

Is Disney Plus worth getting? ›

Is Disney+ Worth It? For many Marvel, Pixar or Star Wars fans, the featured content available on Disney+ is worth the low monthly fee. For parents of small children, the large amount of quality kids' content makes it stand out amongst streaming services.

Are National Geographic documentaries on Disney Plus? ›

Disney+: Nat Geo Movies, Series, & Shorts List. Disney+ includes a wide variety of Nat Geo movies and shows. The streaming service includes movies like Free Solo and Jane, as well as Nat Geo shows like Brain Games and Gordon Ramsey: Uncharted.

What is on Disney Plus for adults? ›

With the new parental controls, the service now has the freedom to have more adult-targeted films such as “Daredevil,” “Jessica Jones,” “Luke Cage,” “Iron Fist,” “The Punisher” and “The Defenders.”

What's coming to Disney Plus in 2022? ›

Here's the rundown:
  • Cheaper by the Dozen. Gabrielle Union and Zach Braff announce that their reimagining of the hit family comedy “Cheaper by the Dozen” will be coming to Disney+ in March 2022.
  • Disenchanted. ...
  • Better Nate Than Ever. ...
  • Hocus Pocus 2. ...
  • The Spiderwick Chronicles. ...
  • Zootopia+

Is Disney Plus better than Netflix? ›

Key points. Disney+ is cheaper than Netflix by a significant margin. Disney+ also has more features than all but the Premium Netflix plan. Netflix has a more varied content catalog, though Disney+ has more exclusive content.

Why is Disney Plus so dark? ›

Why is it so dark? It's actually quite common for a TV to struggle with colours for HDR (High Dynamic Range). HDR is designed to offer brighter highlights and a wide range of colour detail for a better overall image. Basically, it means that dark colours will be very dark and bright colours will be very bright.

What is the most watched Disney Channel show of all time? ›

List of the most viewed Disney Channel original series episodes
RankEpisodesViewers (in millions)
1"Country Cousins"10.8
2"Me and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas"10.7
3"Who Will Be the Family Wizard"9.8
4"He Could Be The One"7.9
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What is the next Disney Plus show? ›

Related News: 'Deadpool,' 'Deadpool 2,' and 'Logan' Coming to Disney+, July 22, 2022. Disney+ Day Moving to September 8 This Year to Pair with D23 Expo 2022, June 1, 2022. 'Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures' Coming Spring 2023 to Disney+ and Disney Junior, May 28, 2022.

How can I get free Disney Plus? ›

If you sign up for either the Start Unlimited plan or the Do More Unlimited plan, you can get the service for free for six months. If you sign up for the Play More Unlimited plan or the Get More Unlimited Plan, you can get Disney Plus for free and ESPN Plus and Hulu (with ads) for free.

Does Disney Plus 2022 have Dopesick? ›

“Dopesick” is the latest original drama series from 20th Television and will be coming to Hulu and Disney+ at the end of 2021.

Is Disney 11 on Disney Plus? ›

Disney 11, a children series starring Mariano González, Camila Agustina Palma, and Federico Gurruchaga is available to stream now. Watch it on Disney Plus on your Roku device.

Will Storm Rising be on Disney Plus? ›

A team of storm chasers heads directly into Mother Nature's wrath as they explore epic weather events as they happen. Your Favorite National Geographic Series and Films Streaming Anytime on Disney+.

What happened to get back on Disney? ›

On 12 June 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the film's release was pushed back to 27 August 2021. On 17 June 2021, it was announced that The Beatles: Get Back would be released as a three-part documentary series on Disney+ on 25, 26 and 27 November 2021, with each episode being about two hours in length.

Is unknown waters on Disney Plus? ›

Currently you are able to watch "Unknown Waters with Jeremy Wade - Season 1" streaming on Disney Plus.

Is LA 92 on Disney Plus? ›

Watch LA 92 | Full movie | Disney+ Marking the 25th anniversary of the Los Angeles riots, LA 92 immerses viewers in that tumultuous period through rarely seen archival footage.


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