new disney+ shows

Disney has unleashed its first look at Disney+, unveiling a list of shows we were aware of, as well as some shows we weren’t. Check out some of the new originals we learned of below. You’ll also get first looks at several titles we were already aware of. Just admit it, you’re going to sign up for this service. You might as well plunk the money down now.

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the simpsons on disney+

Now that Disney owns The Simpsons, they’re making the obvious decision, and moving the show to their new streaming service, Disney+. The entire show’s run will now be available on the streaming service, on day one. Get ready for The Simpsons on Disney+ later this year.

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Disney+ documentary series

Disney has unveiled a slate of original documentary series titles for Disney+, their upcoming streaming service, and the lineup looks promising. Disney has teamed with Supper Club members David Gelb, Brian McGinn and Jason Sterman, producers of Netflix’s Chef’s Table, who will produce two of the 10 shows. Other shows will focus on travel, lifestyle, movies, and of course, some Marvel stuff. See the full Disney+ documentary series lineup below.

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fox layoffs

Remember when Ryan Reynolds posted a pic of Deadpool wearing mouse ears to celebrate the closing of the Disney-Fox deal? Pretty funny! Anyway, thousands of people are getting fired. Now that the Fox-Disney deal is over and done with, Fox Entertainment has released a video celebrating their bright new future. One thing they left out of the video, though: layoffs have already begun.

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Ewoks TV show

Disney’s new streaming service Disney+ is going to be home to all sorts of original Star Wars content, from live-action shows to animated series. Confirmed shows include The Mandolorian, a series about Rogue One character Cassian Andor, and a new animated Clone Wars. Then there are rumors about a series involving Solo character Qi’ra, and even a potential Obi Wan series. Now we have yet another rumored series to add to the pile: a show about Ewoks! Yes, those furry freedom fighters who love to dance, sing and murder stormtroopers, might be getting their own TV show. Details are extremely vague at the moment, but that won’t stop us from speculating!

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disney vault streaming

During today’s big Disney shareholders meeting, Bob Iger, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Walt Disney Company, revealed that Disney+, the Disney streaming service, will eventually house the “entire Disney motion picture library”, including titles in the fabled Disney Vault. When will this happen? To quote Mr. Iger, “at some point.”

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Don’t get too attached to your money, because Mondo has partnered with Disney to start releasing a whole new wave of collectables. The product line kicks off with collectible pins and tiki mugs, but this is just the start. So if you’re an obsessive collector, now is the time to get in on the ground floor. Cash out your life’s savings, bring that loose change to the CoinStar machine, and get ready to kiss your money goodbye.

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Disney+ logo

The Walt Disney Co. is planning to spend “real money” on its original Star Wars and Marvel titles for its upcoming streaming service Disney+. The highly anticipated streaming platform already has titles like The Mandalorian and the Loki and Scarlet Witch shows under its umbrella, but Disney may reportedly spend up to $500 million on original programming this year.

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Star Wars Movies on Disney+

Even though Disney is planning a lot of original content for debut on their forthcoming Disney+ subscription streaming service launching late in 2019, one of their biggest franchises won’t be debuting any new movies there.

In a recent interview, Disney CEO Bob Iger said that even though they’re spending big bucks on new projects like The Mandalorian, the first live-action Star Wars series ever, the feature-length adventures from a galaxy far, far away are simply too big to premiere only in their streaming library. Read More »

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Marvel Shows on Disney streaming service

Where is the Marvel Cinematic Universe going? Anywhere it wants, because it makes all the money. But it’s also going to Disney+, the new Disney streaming service set to debut in 2019. We already knew that Marvel shows are being planned for the service, and now Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige has underlined the importance of Disney+ regarding future plans for the MCU.

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