The Best Movies and TV Shows Coming to Disney

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(pocket-lint) – Disney+ has grown from strength to strength since its 2019 launch.

All Marvel and Star Wars TV shows and movies, Pixar and of course, Disney have their own production. Then, in the UK and other locations outside of North America, there’s Star Extra content with TV series and movies for older audiences.

In fact, there are so many things on the stage and more to come, what do you want? Here’s a look at the new shows and movies coming to Disney+ that you just can’t miss.

Disney+. Upcoming TV Shows and Movies to watch on

Disney+ offers a range of TV series, documentaries and movies to stream on virtually any device.

You can subscribe either with monthly payments or, to save a buck or two in the long run, with an annual subscription.

There are no quality tiers in Disney+, with a single subscription giving you access to 4K HDR/Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos to TV and movies.


Ms. Marvel

  • Release Date : 8 June 2022

Marvel’s first Muslim superhero to have her own comic book series is now making the leap to TV. Aimed more at teen audiences than most Marvel Studios productions, it will still fill in the gaps between blockbuster movies. We expect a lot from Ms. Marvel / Kamala Kahn(Iman Vellani), that’s for sure.

Read more:Miss Marvel on Disney+: Release date, trailer and everything we know so far.

She-Hulk: Lawyer at Law

  • release date,17 August 2022

Starring Tatiana Maslany as the eponymous She-Hulk and his alter-ego Jennifer Walters, this new series from Marvel Studios promises to be a little lighter than other series already available. There is no shortage of jokes in the trailer alone. Mark Ruffalo is reprising his role as the Hulk (Walters’ cousin) and Tim Roth returns to Marvel as Emil Ronsky/Abomination.

learn more:She-Hulk Attorney at Law on Disney+: Release date, trailer, and what we know so far.

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  • Release Date : 31 August 2022

The prequel to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Endor focuses on what drives Cassian Endor (Diego Luna) to join the rebellion and take over the Empire.

Read more: Endor on Disney+: Rogue One Prequel Series release date, plot, cast and details.


  • Release Date : 8 September 2022

Pinocchio, one of Disney’s live-action remakes, will debut on stage as part of the second annual Disney+ Day. The film is directed by Robert Zemeckis and Forrest Gump of Back to the Future, and stars Tom Hanks and Benjamin Evan Ainsworth.

read moreWhat is Disney+ Day, when is it and what can you expect?


  • Release Date : 30 November 2022

Warwick Davis reprized the role he had played in the 1988 film of the same name. As for Davis, Willow is now grown up and must embark on an epic fantasy adventure to fight evil once again.



  • Release Date : TBC 2023

This Hawkeye spin-off series will see Alaqua Cox return as the anti-heroine Echo, who stuns audiences. Not much is yet known about the plot or how she’ll handle it, but we’re excited to see the character discover more in her own series.

Read more: Marvel’s Echo Series on Disney+: Everything we know so far,

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Daredevil – Season 4

While unconfirmed at this time, it has been strongly suggested that Marvel Studios and Disney+ will make a fourth season of Daredevil, now that the streaming service is hosting the Netflix Original. Charlie Cox is reportedly back as Matt Murdock/Daredevil, although it’s possible he’ll be a bit more subdued, with the first three seasons taking place on the 18th.

Read more:Daredevil Season 4: What We Know So Far.

Written by Rick Henderson.

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