Discover the Best Disney Plus Shows: A Dazzling Lineup of Fan-Favorites!
Get ready for a dose of nostalgia and a whole lot of new adventures because Disney Plus is serving up a buffet of top-rated shows that will leave you wanting more. From the Marvel universe to Star Wars and everything in between, this streaming platform has something for everyone. Whether you're a fan of animated classics or crave the excitement of thrilling mysteries, there's no shortage of options to choose from. So, grab some popcorn, settle in, and let's dive into the incredible world of Disney Plus shows.
Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur
For fans of: Marvel but with a simpler storyline, Primal
Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur
This animated series, based on the Marvel Comics of the same name, is a delightful choice for a younger audience compared to the complex Marvel movies. The story revolves around a 13-year-old girl genius residing in New York's Lower East Side. She invents a portal to another world and befriends a Tyrannosaurus Rex named Devil Dinosaur, who walks through it. With Devil Dinosaur's help, she transforms into a superhero. The top-notch animation, vibe, and soundtrack add to the overall enjoyment of the show. It's simply a fun experience for viewers of all ages. –Tim Surette [Trailer]
Star Wars: The Bad Batch
For fans of: Star Wars: The Clone Wars, action in general
This action-packed spin-off of the Clone Wars keeps the beloved Star Wars animated series alive. Created by Dave Filoni, the show follows a squad of genetically mutated clone warriors known as the Bad Batch, all voiced by prominent voice actor Dee Bradley Baker. While it's not necessary to have watched Clone Wars before diving into this series, it certainly enhances the experience. The quality of this franchise rivals that of The Mandalorian, making it a must-watch for any Star Wars fan. -Liam Mathews [Trailer]
National Treasure: Edge of History
For fans of: National Treasure (the movie)
Lisette Olivera, National Treasure: Edge of History
This family-friendly adventure franchise returns after 15 years, bringing a new character named Jess Valenzuela, a DREAMer portrayed by Lisette Olivera. In this series, Jess discovers extraordinary secrets about her family and embarks on a new mission to obtain a priceless historical artifact. Although Nicolas Cage is absent from the show, Harvey Keitel and Justin Bartha reprise their roles. Additionally, Catherine Zeta-Jones joins the cast as a black market billionaire. -Liam Mathews [Trailer]
For fans of: Willow (the movie)
When Disney acquired Lucasfilm, they gained not only the Star Wars franchise but also George Lucas' other creations, including Willow. The beloved 1988 fantasy adventure film starred Warwick Davis as the titular dwarf sorcerer. Now, Davis returns alongside Joanne Whalley and new cast members Erin Kellyman, Tony Revolori, Christian Slater, and Ellie Bamber. Willow, a sequel series, explores new adventures in the same magical world. -Liam Mathews [Trailer]
Limitless with Chris Hemsworth
For fans of: Optimization, Thor
Chris Hemsworth, Limitless with Chris Hemsworth
Presented by National Geographic for Disney, this series explores the limits and potential of the human body. While it's not an exact adaptation of the movie Limitless where Chris Hemsworth takes a pill to become super-smart, there are similarities. Each episode follows Chris Hemsworth as he tests anti-aging theories and pushes his body to achieve peak physical performance, faster recovery, improved memory, and more. During production, Hemsworth discovered his genetic predisposition to Alzheimer's, adding a personal touch to the show. Created by Darren Aronofsky, Limitless with Chris Hemsworth is a fascinating exploration of human potential. -Liam Mathews [Trailer]
For fans of: The Rebel Alliance, Michael Clayton
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Andor serves as a prequel to Rogue One, the Star Wars movie that paved the way for A New Hope. The series focuses on Cassian Andor, played by Diego Luna, as he evolves into a rebel leader. Set in a separate part of the galaxy, far from the Skywalker Saga, Andor initially starts as a thief but later develops a political conscience and joins the Rebel Alliance in their battle against the Empire. Described as a "spy thriller," the series successfully captures the essence of intrigue, thanks to the talented creator Tony Gilroy, known for his work on the Bourne movies. While it may start off slow, it quickly picks up pace and offers a more rewarding viewing experience than most shows. -Liam Mathews [Trailer]
The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers
For fans of: Underdogs, Reilly from Letterkenny
The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers
The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers stands out among the flurry of television revivals, reboots, and remakes. Rather than simply capitalizing on nostalgia, this series reimagines the story for today's audience. In this iteration, the once-underdog Mighty Ducks have become the elitist youth hockey program that solely accepts the most skilled players. When a young boy's dreams of joining the Ducks are crushed, his mom, portrayed by Lauren Graham, starts a new team where misfits are welcome. This charming show offers humor and heart, making it enjoyable for viewers of all ages. Emilio Estevez, the face of the original Mighty Ducks franchise, did not return for Season 2, and Josh Duhamel took his place. -Tim Surette [Trailer]
For fans of: Kids, dogs, family values
ABC Kids (Australia)
Considered one of the best family shows that adults can enjoy alongside their kids, Bluey offers a realistic portrayal of family life, a rarity in children's programming. The show avoids over-the-top adventures, dumbed-down humor, and excessive screaming. Instead, it focuses on a family of Blue Heeler dogs spending quality time together. Bandit, the father, actively participates in his two pups' lives, setting an admirable example of parental involvement. Bluey's charm lies in its simplicity and refreshing approach to storytelling. Season 3, which premiered in Australia last year, is now available on Disney for viewers worldwide to enjoy. -Tim Surette [Trailer]
For fans of: Star Trek, satirical take on Star Trek
The Orville: New Horizons
The Orville is a loving homage to Star Trek and Star Trek: The Next Generation from the creator of Family Guy, Seth MacFarlane. It pays tribute to all things Trek while also poking fun at the franchise. At times, it may be hard to discern what kind of show The Orville aims to be, as it ambitiously encompasses multiple genres, including interstellar stoner comedy, sci-fi swashbuckler, workplace drama, and futuristic Twilight Zone. However, this variety is what makes the show enjoyable. As the series progresses, it only gets better. The first two seasons aired on Fox, and the third season was released on Hulu three years later. And now, all three are available on Disney . -Tim Surette
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series
For fans of: High School Musical, musicals, high school
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series may have an uninspired name, but it is one of the best shows available on the Disney platform. Winner of the Outstanding Kids & Family Programming category at the 2020 GLAAD Media Awards, this series condenses all the beloved aspects of the High School Musical films into half-hour episodes. The incredible performances by Olivia Rodrigo, who has become a global pop star outside of the show, Joshua Bassett, and Matt Cornett add to the appeal. Season 3, set at summer camp and featuring Rodrigo in a reduced, recurring role due to her music career, highlights the talents of other cast members who were previously overshadowed. -Jon Bitner [Trailer]
Recommended for fans of: Love, Simon, stories about coming out
Number of seasons: 3
Michael Cimino stars as the main character in Love, Victor, a delightful sequel series to the 2018 film Love, Simon. The executive producers, Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger, known for their work on This Is Us, delve back into the world of Love, Simon with this charming series. Love, Victor follows the story of Victor, a teenager who moves to Atlanta with his family and finds himself attending Simon's old high school. Victor feels overshadowed by the romantic coming-out story portrayed in the movie. In Season 1, Victor navigates his new high school and grapples with his own sexuality while facing pressure from his deeply religious family. Simon acts as his guide through the process of coming out via email. In Season 2, Victor has more freedom to explore his identity and find his own place within the LGBTQIA+ community after coming out to his family. The third and final season focuses on Victor and his friends as they prepare for life after high school. Love, Victor initially started as a Hulu original but was shared between Hulu and Disney for the third season. -Megan Vick [Trailer]
Recommended for fans of: Jennifer Garner, action-packed spy series
Number of seasons: 5
Jennifer Garner stars as Sydney Bristow, a CIA agent who goes undercover in an elite criminal organization known as SD-6 in the action-packed series Alias. This show was created by J.J. Abrams and ran for five seasons from 2001 to 2006 on ABC. Sydney's father, Jack, also a CIA agent, infiltrates SD-6, making espionage a family affair. Throughout the series, Sydney falls in love with her handler Michael Vaughn and adopts various disguises. Alias is suitable for viewers aged 12 and up and is a fantastic series that mixes drama, action, and romance. -Liam Mathews [Trailer]
Recommended for fans of: Theater-style renditions of popular songs, cringe-worthy moments
Number of seasons: 6
Glee, created by Ryan Murphy, is a high school dramedy centered around a glee club. This show had a few strong seasons and several not-so-strong seasons, but it has remained a popular choice among viewers. After leaving Netflix, Glee is now available on both Disney and Hulu. The series follows Will Schuester, portrayed by Matthew Morrison, as he leads the glee club and navigates the highs and lows of life in a musical environment. Glee features memorable performances of popular songs and characters that will either make you love them or cringe at their antics. It's a show that has something for everyone and can be enjoyed by audiences of all ages. -Tim Surette [Trailer]
The former Netflix Marvel shows and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Recommended for fans of: Superheroes, intense fight scenes
Marvel's Defenders shows, including Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Punisher, and the team-up limited series The Defenders, were popular Netflix originals. These shows allowed Netflix to venture into the Marvel superhero world. However, after Disney acquired Marvel, the shows were canceled, and they have now found a new home on Disney, along with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. These shows, with varying levels of quality, bring the Marvel universe to the small screen. Jessica Jones, for example, has an impressive Metascore of 76, while Iron Fist received a score of 37. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the original MCU TV series, ran for seven seasons and provides an exciting and action-packed addition to the Marvel universe. -Liam Mathews
The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder
Recommended for fans of: Sitcoms with relatable fathers, shows about growing up
Number of seasons: 1
The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder is a revival of the original animated series that aired on Disney Channel from 2001 to 2005. This new series features much of the same cast and maintains the essence of the original while making it relevant for 2022. The show centers around 14-year-old Penny Proud, voiced by Kyla Pratt, who deals with typical teenage girl problems such as an overprotective father, conflicts with friends, and the stresses of social media. The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder is a humorous family comedy that offers positive depictions of a loving Black family. -Liam Mathews [Trailer]
The World According to Jeff Goldblum
Recommended for fans of: Jeff Goldblum, exploring various topics
Number of seasons: 2
The World According to Jeff Goldblum showcases the inquisitive nature of the beloved actor Jeff Goldblum. In this fascinating series, Goldblum delves deep into various topics that pique his interest, often with the assistance of experts in the field. Season 2 explores subjects like dogs, birthdays, and backyards. The show offers a unique and entertaining perspective on the world around us and is a must-watch for fans of Jeff Goldblum and those with an insatiable curiosity. -Kelly Connolly [Trailer]
Marvel's What If...?
Recommended for fans of: Marvel, exploring alternate storylines
Number of seasons: 1
Marvel's What If...? takes a unique approach to storytelling by exploring alternate scenarios and asking the question: "What if...?" The series examines pivotal moments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and imagines how the world would be different if characters had made different choices. Some episodes focus on intriguing scenarios, such as "What if T'Challa became a Star-Lord?" and "What if Captain Carter were the First Avenger?" What If...? offers a fresh take on familiar characters and allows fans to see them in a new light. This series is a standout in the Disney catalog and a must-watch for all Marvel enthusiasts. -Jon Bitner [Trailer]
Recommended for fans of: Iconic TV shows, lovable and quirky characters
Number of seasons: 3
Doug is a beloved '90s cartoon that was one of the most popular shows on Nickelodeon. It follows the adventures of a young boy named Doug who recently moved to a new town. Throughout the series, Doug faces relatable challenges and writes about his experiences in his journal, highlighting any important lessons he learns along the way. The show features a colorful cast of characters, including Skeeter Valentine, Patty Mayonnaise, and Doug's loyal dog, Porkchop. Billy West, Fred Newman, and Constance Shulman provide the voice work for the characters. Doug is a heartwarming and funny animated series that captures the essence of a nostalgic '90s childhood. -Jon Bitner [Trailer]
Recommended for fans of: The Pixar movie Up!, heartwarming stories about dogs
Number of seasons: 1
Dug Days is a series of animated shorts that expand on the story of Dug, the lovable talking dog from the Pixar movie Up! The shorts maintain the same charm and innocence of the film while exploring new heartwarming adventures for Dug and his owner, Carl. This series of shorts captures the uniqueness of Dug's perspective as he sees the world through his innocent and naive eyes. Ed Asner voices Carl in one of his final roles. Dug Days is a delightful addition to the Pixar universe and is sure to bring joy to fans of Up! -Tim Surette [Trailer]
K's Exotic Animal ER
Recommended for fans of: Animals, reality TV, medical dramas
Number of seasons: 9
Dr. K's Exotic Animal ER is a reality series that takes an inside look at the South Florida animal hospital of Dr. Susan Kelleher. The show, which recently concluded its ninth season, showcases the incredible variety of animals treated by the hospital, ranging from lemurs and chickens to ferrets and marmosets. The team of doctors and technicians at Dr. Kelleher's animal hospital are the true stars of the show, demonstrating their expertise and compassion in caring for exotic animals. Whether you're an animal lover or simply searching for engaging reality TV, Dr. K's Exotic Animal ER is a must-watch series. -Jon Bitner [Trailer]
Recommended for fans of: Ambitious children's television, stories set in Scotland
Number of seasons: 2
Gargoyles is an ambitious animated series that aired from 1994 to 1997. The show has gained a cult following for its sophisticated storytelling and tone. Set in Scotland, Gargoyles tells the tale of a group of mythological creatures who turn to stone during the day and fight crime by night. After being cursed and put into suspended animation for a thousand years, the gargoyles awaken in modern-day Manhattan. They must navigate their new world while clashing with the conniving billionaire David Xanatos and receiving assistance from NYPD officer Elisa Maza. The series draws inspiration from mythology and Shakespeare, resulting in captivating storylines. With superb voice acting, led by Keith David as the leader of the gargoyles, Goliath, Gargoyles is a gem that deserves a reboot or revival in the near future. -Liam Mathews [Trailer]
Among the Stars
Recommended for fans of: Space exploration, breathtaking views of the Earth
Number of seasons: 1
Among the Stars is a captivating docuseries that follows astronaut Chris Cassidy as he strives to embark on one final space mission. The series provides stunning footage of spacewalks and offers an inside look at life on the International Space Station. Astronauts float amidst Earth's captivating blue orb and the vast darkness of deep space. Alongside the breathtaking visuals, Among the Stars showcases the incredible teamwork and dedication of the engineers and scientists on Earth who work tirelessly to ensure successful space missions. This series is a must-watch for space enthusiasts and anyone fascinated by the wonders of our universe. -Tim Surette [Trailer]
Only Murders In The Building
Stream now (Disney Plus)Only Murders In The Building takes a few episodes before it hits its stride, but once it does, you can't help but become enamored with the characters of Charles, Oliver, and Mabel. Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez bring these amateur detectives to life as they embark on a quest to uncover the identity of a murderer in their apartment building.
The second season of this incredible show is now available for streaming.
We initially had reservations about the slow start of Loki, but those worries were unfounded. The show takes audiences on a mind-bending journey through the MCU, delving into timelines and establishing Loki as the ultimate trickster. The script is exceptional, the cast is stellar, and the visual aesthetic exudes a captivating retro-futuristic vibe.
WandaVision is currently the jewel in the crown of Disney Plus. It takes its time to fully immerse viewers in its sitcom-inspired premise, but once the mystery unravels, it seamlessly branches into the familiar territory of the MCU. Each episode leaves you yearning for more, despite its relatively short 30-minute runtime.
The arrival of The Simpsons on Disney Plus sparked some controversy due to the widescreen format that caused certain jokes to be missed. However, this issue is being addressed. While the show may have lost some of its appeal in recent years, it still offers a collection of fantastic classic episodes. Disney Plus UK boasts an extensive selection, with 30 out of the 31 series available to stream.
Andor, dropping three episodes at once, is a brilliant display of storytelling. It plays out as a movie and sets the stage perfectly for what's to come. Serving as a prequel to Rogue One, this Star Wars series delves into the adventures of Cassian Andor as he embarks on his journey to become a Rebel Spy. The show delves into darker and grittier territory compared to other entries in the Star Wars universe, and it only enhances the overall experience.
The X-Files can easily be considered one of the greatest TV shows ever created. It masterfully combines standalone "monster of the week" episodes with a larger, interconnected narrative. Over the course of nine seasons, Mulder and Scully investigate paranormal phenomena, creating a captivating experience. Revisiting this show is an absolute treat, with half of its seasons serving as a testament to its quality.
Daredevil has found its permanent home on Disney Plus after its contract with Netflix ended. This Marvel show stands as the pinnacle of the Marvel shows that originated on Netflix, although Jessica Jones, The Punisher, and Luke Cage deserve equal recommendations. The show offers a remarkable portrayal of the titular character and is a must-watch for superhero enthusiasts.
The Americans is a must-watch series that follows the lives of Russian sleeper agents living in suburban America during the Cold War in the 1980s. It bears similarities to the plot of Black Widow, making it even more enticing for viewers. This gripping show demands a full binge-watching session to fully appreciate its intricacies.
Hawkeye is a delightful Marvel TV show that owes its charm to the character of Kate Bishop, expertly portrayed by Hailee Steinfeld. The show strikes a perfect balance between character development and thrilling action sequences. The inclusion of familiar characters feels organic and not forced. Unexpectedly, Hawkeye ranks among the best Marvel shows since WandaVision.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Stream now (Disney Plus)Disney's decision to revive Star Wars: The Clone Wars for a final season is commendable, as this beloved series deserved a proper conclusion. The new season continues the story after its cancellation in 2013, bringing back fan-favorite characters like Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ahsoka Tano, and Captain Rex.
Moon Knight proves to be even weirder than anticipated, surpassing the strangeness of Wandavision. This superhero show revolves around a character with multiple personality disorder, resulting in an absolute joyride of storytelling and compelling performances.
The X-Men Animated Series
Stream now (Disney Plus)The X-Men animated series holds a special place in both Marvel and animated superhero history. Its earlier seasons offer a delightful blend of action and mature themes that remain faithful to the comics, making it a must-watch for fans. Although later seasons suffer from animation changes and budget constraints, the show shines as a timeless classic. Marvel would do well to take inspiration from this series if they ever decide to reboot The X-Men franchise.
The early seasons of 24 captivated audiences with their magical blend of suspense. Kiefer Sutherland's portrayal of Jack Bauer stands as a career-defining performance, and the show's real-time format presented a refreshing take on television storytelling at the time.
Sons of Anarchy can be described as "Shakespeare on bikes." This sprawling tale of feuding biker gangs offers unexpected depth and heart, even amidst moments of intense violence. Similar to The Americans, this show is a must-watch for those who appreciate high-quality storytelling.
Agent Carter, despite its short two-season run, showcases Disney's venture into idiosyncratic storytelling. Set in the late '40s, the show brings back Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter, with James D'Arcy delivering a stellar performance as Howard Stark's butler. The series stands out as a unique addition to Disney Plus' lineup.
Obi-Wan Kenobi relies on viewers' prior knowledge of the Star Wars prequel films to have its full impact. However, the show provides a decent catch-up at the beginning for those who may be less familiar. Ewan McGregor's portrayal of Kenobi is nothing short of sublime, and the show takes unexpected directions to weave an engaging tale. More of this caliber from Disney, please. All episodes are currently available for streaming.
Dopesick stands as one of the standout TV shows of 2021. It tackles the true story of the opioid crisis in America, delving into the deceptive practices of drug companies that promoted an allegedly non-addictive painkiller. The show explores various facets of the crisis, shedding light on the roles of sales representatives, doctors, and individuals affected by addiction. It is an incredibly powerful and thought-provoking series.
Futurama, often overshadowed by The Simpsons, has undoubtedly outlasted its yellow counterpart. The show's longevity is a testament to its quality, with each of its ten seasons offering spaced-out fun and comedic brilliance.
Scrubs, while it lost its way in its attempt to reboot itself in the ninth season, remains a hilarious and beloved show. It revolves around the lives of the staff working at Sacred Heart Hospital, boasting a talented ensemble cast that perfects the art of ensemble comedy.
Reservation Dogs offers a lot of fun and excitement. Created by Taika Waititi, the show breaks ground by predominantly featuring an Indigenous American cast. It revolves around a group of teenagers living on a reservation, seeking adventure and an escape to California. This fantastic crime caper deserves a viewership from all demographics.
Agents of SHIELD initially relied on the mythology of the MCU before establishing its own identity. The show gradually grew in complexity and captivated viewers with its unique narrative trajectory. It stands as a testament to the show's ability to carve its own path within the Marvel universe.
Gravity Falls, disregarding the Marvel and Star Wars offerings, proves to be one of the best shows on Disney Plus. It presents a charming animated tale set in the fictional town of Gravity Falls, centered around a tourist attraction and the mysteries that unfold there. The show exemplifies exceptional storytelling that engages audiences of all ages without pandering.
Alias, created by JJ Abrams before Lost, immerses viewers in the thrilling world of a secret agent who becomes a double agent for the CIA. The show boasts a plethora of disguises and over 100 episodes of brilliant and mind-bending television.
The Book of Boba Fett
Stream now (Disney Plus)Initial reservations about The Book of Boba Fett quickly dissipate as the show picks up its pace. It features some standout scenes and notable references to the Original Trilogy. Although it may not reach the same quality levels as The Mandalorian, it still manages to captivate audiences.
The true story of Elizabeth Holmes, once hailed as a prominent figure in Silicon Valley, unfolds in gripping fashion. Amanda Seyfried delivers a fantastic performance as Holmes, who styled herself after Steve Jobs and deceived investors regarding her supposedly groundbreaking blood testing technology.
Ms. Marvel brings a breath of fresh air to the Marvel universe by combining the teenage allure of Spider-Man with compelling representation. The show offers a giddy exploration of Kamala Khan, a superhero enthusiast who eventually becomes a superhero herself. Iman Vellani's breakthrough performance in this series foreshadows her capabilities in The Marvels movie.
Directed by Peter Jackson, The Beatles: Get Back is a mesmerizing documentary that transports viewers back to one of the most pivotal periods in the band's history. It showcases the final leg of the band's journey as they continued to create timeless music. Although the pacing may be deliberate, the documentary captivates and leaves viewers craving for more.
Lost, despite its detractors, holds a special place in our hearts. We unabashedly enjoyed every moment of the show during its original run. While it may not have lived up to its full potential by the end, each season provided a fun and thrilling new mystery to unravel.
Pam & Tommy, available on Star on Disney Plus, offers a very NSFW glimpse into the lives of the infamous couple and the events surrounding their leaked sex tape, which caused a media frenzy. Lily James and Sebastian Stan deliver note-perfect performances, and the show boasts a super-smart script filled with unexpected surprises.
Airing originally on Channel 4 in the UK, It's a Sin arrived on Disney Plus in mid-2022. This affecting and engaging miniseries explores the lives of friends deeply entrenched in London's gay scene during the height of the AIDS crisis. With only five episodes, It's a Sin leaves a lasting impact and defies the conventions of expansive multi-season arcs.
Secret Invasion signals a change of pace for Marvel TV shows, venturing into the realm of spy thrillers rather than focusing solely on superhero escapades. The action revolves around Nick Fury, who lacks superhuman abilities but must thwart a Skrull invasion. The plot heightens the intrigue by making it uncertain who can be trusted in the invasion plot.
Light & Magic provides a captivating look into the history of Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), the company responsible for the groundbreaking special effects in Star Wars and beyond. This six-part documentary series offers a behind-the-scenes journey, including rare footage and interviews with the talented crew that brought these effects to life.
Mr Inbetween offers a refreshing take on the life of a hitman. The show delves into the reality of hitmen's lives, revealing what they do during the other 90% of their time that movies often overlook. This dark Australian comedy, devised and written by Scott Ryan, showcases episodes with a refreshing half-hour runtime.
The Patient offers a unique and thrilling plotline wherein a therapist becomes captive to one of his patients. The twist lies in the patient being a serial killer who seeks a cure for his murderous tendencies. Steve Carell delivers a remarkable performance as the therapist, while Domhnall Gleeson portrays a chilling and complex killer.
MODOK, a stop-motion Marvel show, offers an unconventional superhero series that stands apart from the MCU. Patton Oswalt lends his voice to the massive supervillain head of MODOK, resulting in rude and irreverent scenes. The show is a treasure trove of Marvel Easter eggs and provides a delightful departure from the traditional superhero formula.
Welcome to Chippendales
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This captivating 8-episode miniseries delves into the fascinating true story of the Chippendales troupe of male strippers. Prepare yourself for a wild ride that goes beyond just provocative dance performances and delves into the realm of true crime. Leading the cast is Kumail Nanjiani as the charismatic CEO of Chippendales, Steve Banerjee, while Murray Bartlett's portrayal of Nick De Noia steals the spotlight. While the series is quite short, it offers a concise and engaging watch. Though it may not pack as much of a punch as one might anticipate, it remains a compelling spectacle.
Wedding Season holds a special place in the Disney Plus collection, as it marks the first original show produced exclusively for the UK audience. This delightful series revolves around the wedding of Katie, played by Rosa Salazar, which takes an unexpected turn when a dreadful crime occurs during the ceremony. It presents an enjoyable whodunit narrative that keeps viewers guessing till the end. All episodes are currently available for streaming.
Throughout the years, The Muppets have entertained audiences with their delightful performances, and this show beautifully brings them into the modern era. Muppets Now exudes a charming self-awareness, similar to that found in recent Muppets movies. It takes a meta approach by showcasing the behind-the-scenes production of a show. What's even more impressive is that much of the show's content is improvised, adding an extra layer of spontaneity and fun.
With an impressive lineup of top-rated Disney Plus shows, there is no shortage of captivating content for viewers of all ages. From the thrilling adventures of Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur to the nostalgic magic of Gargoyles, the streaming platform has truly redefined the entertainment experience. Whether you're a fan of iconic franchises like Star Wars and Marvel or craving heartwarming stories like Bluey and The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, Disney Plus continues to deliver unparalleled entertainment. So sit back, relax, and dive into a world filled with limitless possibilities, as these beloved shows transport you to extraordinary realms and captivate your imagination like never before. Welcome to the enchanting world of Disney Plus!
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