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Disney+ 2020 Preview and Titles Coming This Month

On this New Year’s Day, Disney has released the Disney+ 2020 preview, which gives you a first look at the streaming service’s slate of original and exclusive content premiering this year.

In 2020, Disney+ subscribers can look forward to new content including the highly-anticipated return of Hilary Duff in Lizzie McGuire, Marvel Studios’ The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Marvel Studios’ WandaVision, the final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the Muppets unscripted series Muppets Now, original movies Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made, Stargirl, The Phineas & Ferb Movie: Candace Against the Universe, and Secret Society of Second Born Royals, docuseries Rogue Trip and Becoming, and season two of hit series The Mandalorian and High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. Disney+ is also the exclusive streaming home for films from Walt Disney Studios, including Aladdin, Toy Story 4, and The Lion King.

The Walt Disney Studios has also provided VitalThrills.com with the movie and TV titles that are hitting the streaming service January 15 through January 24. The titles include movies and shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic, alongside exclusive Disney+ Originals.

You can view the lineup below and stay tuned to our dedicated Disney+ section for lots more news on the service.

Wednesday, January 15

New Library Titles
America’s National Parks (Season 1)
Continent 7: Antarctica (Season 1)
Dog: Impossible (Season 1)
Marvel Super Hero Adventures (Shorts) (Season 2-3)
Muppet Babies Show and Tell (Shorts) (Season 1)
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja (Season 1-2)
The Lodge (Season 2)
Wild Russia (Season 1)

Friday, January 17

Live-Action Series

Diary of a Future PresidentPremiere – Episode 101 – “Hello World.” Elena battles a series of curve balls at school, as she forgets to do a homework assignment for the first time ever and struggles with whether or not to keep a secret about her former best friend. Meanwhile her mom, Gabi, has a hard time telling her kids about her new boyfriend, Sam.

Nonfiction Content

Encore! – Episode 111 – “Ragtime.” Eleven years ago, high school classmates from Pacifica Christian High School in Santa Monica, California performed the Broadway classic “Ragtime.” Now, the cast returns to reprise the roles of their youth with the help of Broadway professionals.

Marvel’s Hero Project – Episode 111 – “Thrilling Tokata.” Tokata is a storyteller, and a leader among the indigenous youth for whom she advocates. Her activism has succeeded in shining a light on the legacy of her community and she has worked hard to amplify the voices of other indigenous children by giving them the tools and platforms to tell their own stories. Now, Marvel celebrates Tokata in a story of her own, immortalized in her own comic book.

The World According to Jeff Goldblum – Episode 111 – “Pools.” Jeff Goldblum takes a dip into the world of POOLS and follows his curiosity about its impact and ability to break boundaries. Jeff’s journey includes experiencing an LA water park, an aqua-therapy center and NASA’s neutral buoyancy lab, where he discovers firsthand the unique qualities of water and our relationship to it. He even tries his hand at synchronized swim routines in the process.

One Day At Disney – Episode 107 – “Jose Zelaya: Character Designer.” Jose Zelaya, a cartoon-loving child turned Character Designer at Disney Television Animation, shares what it’s like to create some of Disney Channel’s most beloved characters. This all access short shares Jose’s journey from El Salvador to America while taking a deep look into the world of character development and design.

Pick of the Litter – Episode 105 – “Meet Your Match.” The dogs in advanced training take their final exams in the hopes of being matched with clients.

Wednesday, January 22

New Library Titles
Bluey (Season 1)

Friday, January 24

Live-Action Series

Diary of a Future President – Episode 102 – “The New Deal.” After learning Gabi has a new boyfriend, Elena worries about maintaining her role in the family. Bobby meets his match on the tennis court, and Sam helps Gabi deal with the loss of her favorite sandwich when it’s abruptly taken off the lunch menu.

Nonfiction Series

Encore!Finale – Episode 112 – “Anything Goes.” Forty-four years ago, high school classmates from Los Angeles High School in Los Angeles, California performed the Broadway classic “Anything Goes.” Now, the cast returns to reprise the roles of their youth with the help of Broadway professionals.

Marvel’s Hero Project – Episode 112 – “High Kickin’ Izzy.” Izzy loves proving people wrong. Born with a condition that stiffens her joints and limits their movement, Izzy has gone on to win four world championships in taekwondo. But her superpower is not just in her extremely hard work and dedication, but in the giving of herself to teach others the sport. It’s her leadership that sets her apart as a hero, and now, she joins Marvel’s Hero Project.

The World According to Jeff GoldblumFinale – Episode 112 – “Jewelry.” Jeff learns all that glitters is ‘gold’ when he takes a shimmering journey to unveil the extravagant joy of JEWELRY, including a visit to the jewelry masters who craft custom gold-and-diamond-encrusted Grillz for wealthy celebrity clients. He also discovers how sparkles play a large role at an Indian wedding; visits the HQ of a diamond foundry; and gets swept up in a New Orleans street parade.

One Day At Disney – Episode 108 – “Este Meza: Lucasfilm Events.” Lucasfilm’s Este Meza blurs the line between reality and fantasy for Star Wars fans through one of a kind events and character appearances. From curating bespoke celebrations to testing the functionality of interactive droids, Meza spends his days creating immersive experiences for fans of all ages around the world.

Pick of the LitterFinal – Episode 106 – “Together at Last.” The graduating dogs meet with their puppy raisers before they go home with their new partners.

Short-form Content

Short Circuit – Full Collection Available – Episode 101 to 114. Short Circuit is an experimental program where anyone at Walt Disney Animation Studios can pitch an idea and potentially be selected to create an original innovative short film with the support of the Studio and their fellow artists. The goal of the program is to take risks, surface new and diverse storytelling voices at the Studio and experiment with new technical innovation in the filmmaking process.

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