Disney+’s streaming catalogue is about to get a lot bigger. As November draws to an end, the newly-launched streaming platform is set to add dozens of new titles in December, meaning that fans will have even more to add to their watchlist.
The new titles will begin to be added on Sunday, Dec. 1 and will continue throughout the month. Among the new additions are Marvel films previously unavailable on the streamer, some beloved children’s series, and new Disney originals.
Keep scrolling to see all of the titles coming to Disney+ in December, as compiled by ComingSoon.net, and don’t forget to check out the entire list of titles that were made available upon launch by clicking here!
The Little Mermaid: Live
The Mandalorian ("Chapter 4")
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (Episode 4 –"Blocking")
Encore! (Episode 4 – "Grease")
Marvel's Hero Project (Episode 4 – "Here Comes Hailey")
The Imagineering Story (Episode 4 – )"Hit Or Miss")
The World According to Jeff Goldblum (Episode 4 – "Denim")
Forky Asks A Question ("What Is Time?")
Henry Hugglemonster (Seasons 1-2)
Miles From Tomorrowland (Seasons 1-3)
Sheriff Callie’s Wild West (Seasons 1-2)
Star vs. The Forces of Evil (Seasons 1-4)
The Lion Guard (Season 3)
The Incredible Dr. Pol (Season 15)
The Incredible Dr. Pol: Blue Ribbon Kids
The Incredible Dr. Pol: Jingle Pols
Incredible! The Story of Dr. Pol
Just Like Me! (Seasons 1-2)
Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts
Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors – Heart of Iron
One Day at Disney
Avail. 12/ 6
The Mandalorian (Chapter 5)
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (Episode 5 – “Homecoming”)
Encore! (Episode 5 – “Annie Get Your Gun”)
Marvel’s Hero Project (Episode 5 – “Mighty Rebekah”)
The Imagineering Story (Part 5 – “A Carousel of Progress”)
The World According to Jeff Goldblum (Episode 5 – “BBQ”)
Forky Asks a Question (“What is Love?”)
Alice Through the Looking Glass
The Mandalorian (Chapter 6)
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (Episode 6 – “What Team?”)
Encore! (Episode 6 – “Oklahoma!”)
Marvel’s Hero Project (Episode 6 – “Make Way For Jahkil”)
The Imagineering Story (Part 6 – “To Infinity and Beyond”)
The World According to Jeff Goldblum (Episode 6 – “Gaming”)
Forky Asks a Question (“What is a Computer?”)
Unfortunately, due to previous licensing agreements, some content will be exiting the streaming platform in the coming months and years. Upon launch, some subscribers noticed that select titles already had expiration dates. Among the first to go will be The Princess and the Frog, which has an expiration date of today, Monday, Nov. 25.
Meanwhile, several other titles have expiration dates set for 2020, 2021, and 2022. Aladdin, on the other hand, is not set to “expire” until the year 3001.
If these titles are tantalizing enough to make you want to sign up for a Disney+ subscription, doing so is easy, and relatively inexpensive compared to other streamers.
New subscribers will be treated to a 7-day free trial before they either shell out $6.99 per month or $69.99 a year for a subscription. Subscribers can bundle their Disney+ subscription with Hulu and ESPN+ subscriptions for $12.99 per month.
New and existing 4G LTE and 5G unlimited Verizon customers can also receive a full-year of Disney+ for free. The offer also extends to its new Fios Home Internet and 5G Home Internet customers.
Set to be available in most global markets within two years, Disney+ is compatible with most devices.
Here are all the devices that support Disney+ at launch:
• PlayStation 4
• Fire TV
• Apple TV
• Samsung Smart TVs
• LG Smart TVs
• Web browsers
Unfortunately for those hoping to stream on Nintendo Switch, the device is currently not compatible with Disney+. It is unclear if the device will be made compatible with Disney+ in the future.