Disney+ Day Releases: Your Guide to Everything New and How to Watch

by | Nov 12, 2021 | Disney Movies, Disney+, WDW Blog

Hope y’all weren’t planning on sleeping on this Disney+ Day, because the news is coming as fast and furious as a souped-up Supra. WDW Magazine has your up-to-date list of all the hot new Disney+ Day releases and how and when you can expect to watch.

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What is Disney+ Day?

Back in September, Disney announced a grand ol’ celebration to mark the two-year anniversary of Disney+ bringing more magic into the world.

Disney+ Day is a celebration of all things Disney and includes new launches and releases, sneak peeks at upcoming movies and shows, and unique in-park experiences.

If you’re sitting at home with Twitter open, Disney+ Day feels a bit like E3 because it’s just big drop after big drop after big drop. Except it’s D3. Not D3: The Mighty Ducks, though. More like Dang, Disney+ Day!

Is Disney+ on Sale for Disney+ Day?

Do you somehow still not have Disney+? Well, today is a great day to fix that.

From now until Nov. 14—that’s Sunday, folks—you can sign up for one month of Disney+ for just $1.99. That gets you a whole month of Disney+ streaming goodness for about the cost of a cup of delicious coffee.

After that first month, the price will increase to the regular rate of $7.99 per month. But trust us—you’re going to be so snowed that you’ll realize this is money well spent.

And what will you get in that first month? Well, because you’re signing up around Disney+ Day, you’re getting a bountiful bevy of new content—including two of the hottest hits of the summer.

Are There More Disney+ Day Deals?


Photo courtesy of Disney

Why, yes! Yes, there are. In addition to the low, low introductory rate on Disney+, you can take advantage of these offers.

Are Disney Parks Celebrating Disney+ Day?

That’s an affirmative, too. If you’re a Disney+ subscriber planning to head to a Disney Park on Disney+ Day, you’ll enjoy some exclusive perks.


Disney+ Day in the parks. Photo by Tatjana Lazar

  • Surprise and Delight Moments
  • Complimentary Disney PhotoPass downloads at select locations
  • Blue Carpet character moments and photo ops at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World and Disneyland
  • Blue Carpet character moments and photo ops at Walt Disney Studios at Disneyland Paris
  • 30 minutes early access at Walt Disney World and Disneyland
  • Hours extended 30 minutes at Disneyland Paris
  • The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, Cinderella Castle, and Spaceship Earth will be lit up in Disney+ blue

Photo courtesy of Disney Parks Blog


Photo courtesy of Disney Parks Blog


Photo courtesy of Disney Parks Blog


Photo courtesy of Disney Parks Blog

Here’s a special Disney+ Day Cavalcade we caught in Hollywood Studios:


Photo by Tatjana Lazar


Photo by Tatjana Lazar


Photo by Tatjana Lazar


Photo by Tatjana Lazar


Photo by Tatjana Lazar


Photo by Tatjana Lazar

What are the New Releases for Disney+ Day?


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Disney+ Day marks two huge new releases on the service: Jungle Cruise and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Both are available to all subscribers, and the latter is up for grabs as an IMAX Enhanced offering.

But that’s not all! Here’s a complete list of all the new releases premiering for Disney+ Day.

All the Big Announcements from Disney+ Day

Maybe the biggest and most exciting part of Disney+ Day is taking part over on social media. Since 8 am this morning, Disney+ has been heaving up news on Twitter and Facebook like it’s going out of style. Imagine being that efficient before you’ve even had time for the coffee to take hold.

Here’s a running list of everything (and I mean everything) announced for Disney+ Day.

More Details on All the Big Disney+ Day Reveals and Announcements

So that’s a lot of stuff, right? Well, hold on to your butt, because here are even more details on all the awesome news straight out of Disney+ Day.


  • What We Know: Our favorite inflatable robot is back in a new series.
  • When Can We See It: Summer 2022

Cheaper By the Dozen

  • What We Know: A new original movie that presumably follows in the footsteps of the 1950 and 2003 films. This new take will star the charming duo of Gabrielle Union and Zach Braff.
  • When Can We See It: March 2022


  • What We Know: The long-awaited sequel to 2007’s Enchanted, Disenchanted sees Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey return as Giselle and Robert, respectfully. Will they be called back to Andalasia?
  • When Can We See It: Fall 2022
  • Learn more

Diary of a Wimpy Kid

  • What We Know: An all-new animated movie based on the beloved stories from Jeff Kinney.
  • When Can We See It: Dec. 3, 2021

Rodrick Rules

  • What We Know: A new animated spin-off straight out of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid franchise.
  • When Can We See It: No details yet, so check back soon!

The Beatles: Get Back

  • What We Know: We got our first peek at the three-part documentary event presented by legendary director Peter Jackson.
  • When Can We See It: Part one airs Nov. 25
  • Learn more

Rescue Rangers

  • What We Know: Th-th-th-th-they’re back! Chip ’n Dale return after more than 30 years in Rescue Rangers, an Original Movie starring the charismatic one-two of John Mulaney and Andy Samberg.
  • When Can We See It: Spring 2022
  • Learn more

Better Nate Than Ever

  • What We Know: Based on the 2013 novel by Tim Federle, Better Nate Than Ever tells the story of a boy with a dream of making on Broadway. Starring Aria Brooks, Michelle Federer, Lisa, Kudrow, and Rueby Wood in the title role.
  • When Can We See It: Spring 2022

Hocus Pocus 2

  • What We Know: Sisters! We finally have our first look at Hocus Pocus 2, and what could be better than a glimpse at the legendary Sanderson sisters themselves. Goosebumps? Me too.
  • When Can We See It: Fall 2022
  • Learn more


  • What We Know: A live-action retelling of the classic fairy tale directed by Robert Zemeckis. Stars Tom Hanks and Cynthia Erivo as well as the voices of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Keegan-Michael Key, and Lorraine Bracco.
  • When Can We See It: Fall 2022
  • Learn more

Limitless with Chris Hemsworth

  • What We Know: Thor himself looks to “push the boundaries of human potential” in a Darren Aronofsky-directed globetrotting adventure on National Geographic. Expect lots and lots of introspection, inspiration, and beefcake moments.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022

Welcome to Earth

  • What We Know: They did it, the madlads. NatGeo made a show about Will Smith exploring the planet and called it Welcome to Earth. And, oh, it looks cool, too!
  • When Can We See It: Streaming on Dec. 8

America the Beautiful

  • What We Know: This original series is all about ’Murica. You’ll see beautiful and spacious skies, amber waves of grain, majestic purple mountains, and also buffalo and dolphins.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022


  • What We Know: A modern take on Cinderella tailor-made for sneakerheads and hypebeasts. If you’ve got more than two pairs of AJ 1s in your closet (hi, it’s me), this high heat should be right up your alley.
  • When Can We See It: Premieres Feb. 18, 2022

The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder

  • What We Know: A new Original Series starring the voice talents of Lizzo, Tiffany Haddish, Gabrielle Union, and Cedric the Entertainer
  • When Can We See It: February 2022

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Season Three

  • What We Know: The third season of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series takes us back to Easy High School next year. And based on the teaser tweet, it sure sounds like the music of Frozen will play a big part!
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022

The Spiderwick Chronicles

  • What We Know: Disney brings out a new live-action Original Series based on the books by Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi. The Spiderwick Chronicles last hit the screen in 2008 with a big-screen adaptation from Nickelodeon.
  • When Can We See It: No details yet, so check back soon!


  • What We Know: Warwick Davis is back, and boy, is he all sorts of sassy. Seriously, just watch this video of him introducing the cast. This guy is an absolute riot.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022

Under the Helmet: The Legacy of Boba Fett

  • What We Know: An in-depth look back at the legacy of Boba Fett, who went from part of the maligned Star Wars Holiday Special to one of the most popular characters in the universe. Especially worth checking out since The Book of Boba Fett is coming soon.
  • When Can We See It: Streaming now

Obi-Wan Kenobi

  • What We Know: Hello there! The new Obi-Wan Kenobi event series comes to Disney+ next year, and now you can get your first sneak peek if you’re a Disney+ subscriber. The story takes place 10 years after Revenge of the Sith and stars Ewan McGregor in the title role … and Hayden Christensen as the newly christened Darth Vader.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022

Cars on the Road

  • What We Know: Ka-chow! Start your engines, because the characters of Cars are back in an all-new Original Series. Owen Wilson and Larry the Cable Guy return as Lightning McQueen and Mater.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022

Feature-Length Documentaries on Turning Red and Lightyear

  • What We Know: Are you excited for Turning Red and Lightyear, two surefire hits set to drop next spring? Disney’s going to give you an all-access behind-the-scenes look at how these movies are made.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022, likely around Turning Red’s March debut and Lightyear’s June debut

Pixar’s Win or Lose

  • What We Know: This all-new Pixar Original Series tells the story of a middle school softball team from the perspective of several different characters.
  • When Can We See It: Fall 2023


  • What We Know: A long-awaited follow-up to the hit 2016 film, this Walt Disney Animation Studios Original Series reunites us with characters like Fru Fru the shew and Flash the sloth.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022


  • What We Know: We’re super excited for the long-form musical series starring the Tiana, the beloved Disney Princess from The Princess and the Frog. Our first peek at concept art shows the Princess of Maldonia off on a new adventure and looking fashionable as all heck. We can’t wait!
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2023

Disney Intertwined (Entrelazados)

  • What We Know: Check out this all-new Original Series, which tells the tale of a young girl who finds a magical bracelet with the power to take her back to 1994. Ah, what a terrific year. Get your Sega Genesis ready!
  • When Can We See It: Streaming now

Marvel Studios’ X-Men ’97

  • What We Know: Holy crap, they’re actually bringing back X-Men: The Animated Series. All you ’90s kids are going to want to keep your Cyclops visors peeled on this one, because the tasteful use of the Wolverine crush meme suggests this is going to be right on the button. Don’t you dare change that theme song.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2023
  • Learn more

Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight

  • What We Know: Oscar Isaac, one of the most handsome guys in the world, plays the profoundly troubled Marc Spector, aka Moon Knight. The first teaser is on Disney+ now and it looks dark and disturbing in all the best ways. Can’t wait to see if Moon Knight finally catches up with Dracula and gets made whole.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022 or 2023
  • Learn more

Marvel Studios’ She-Hulk

  • What We Know: On Disney+, get your first taste of Tatiana Maslany playing Jennifer Walters (aka She-Hulk) in an all-new comedy series. Walters is a lawyer specializing in legal cases involving superhumans, and the series will see the return of familiar faces like Mark Ruffalo’s Bruce Banner (and the big green guy) and Tim Roth’s Abomination.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022 or 2023
  • Learn more

Marvel Studios’ Ms. Marvel

  • What We Know: At long last, Ms. Marvel—the beloved character from comics and the Avengers video game—makes the leap to the screen. Iman Vellani plays 16-year-old Kamala Kahn, a Pakistani American who gains superpowers and adopts the mantle of Ms. Marvel to honor her hero, Captain Marvel.
  • When Can We See It: Summer 2022
  • Learn more

Marvel Studios’ What If…? Season Two

  • What We Know: No need to ask what if Disney+ does a second season of this popular animated series. Expect more mix-ups and mashups courtesy of The Watcher.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022 or 2023
  • Learn more

Marvel Studios’ Echo

  • What We Know: This upcoming Disney+ series will focus on Echo, a character who will first appear in the Hawkeye Original Series debuting this month. Echo is one of the few deaf characters in the Marvel universe, and she’s portrayed by Alaqua Cox, who is of the Menominee and Mohican nation.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022 or 2023
  • Learn more

Marvel Studios’ Spider-Man: Freshman Year

  • What We Know: This all-new animated series follows young Peter Parker coming into his own under the Spider-Man persona. It promises to celebrate the characters early roots in the comics and “a journey unlike we’ve ever seen.”
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022 or 2023
  • Learn more

Marvel Studios’ I Am Groot

  • What We Know: A coming-of-age story about Baby Groot growing up and getting into all kinds of hijinks. Expect to see some of his fellow Guardians along the way.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022 or 2023
  • Learn more

Marvel Studios’ Ironheart

  • What We Know: Dominique Thorne stars as Riri Williams, an inventor who becomes the de facto heir-apparent to Iron Man by crafting her own incredible suit of armor.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022 or 2023
  • Learn more

Marvel Studios’ Agatha: House of Harkness

  • What We Know: If you loved WandaVision, good news—Kathryn Hahn is back in her show-stealing role of Agatha Harkness. We can’t wait for Agatha to serve more face to the camera and cause all kinds of havoc.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022 or 2023
  • Learn more

Marvel Studios’ Marvel Zombies

  • What We Know: Brains? Brains. One of the most popular segments from Marvel Studios’ What If…? gets its own spin-off series that will see “a new generation of heroes battle against an ever-spreading zombie scourge.” Give us Morbius and Blade, please.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022 and 2023
  • Learn more

Marvel Studios’ Secret Invasion

  • What We Know: Based on one of the biggest crossover events in Marvel history, Secret Invasion takes us deep into the Skrull infiltration of Earth and shows the far-reaching consequences on the MCU. Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn return as Nick Fury and Talos.
  • When Can We See It: Sometime in 2022 or 2023
  • Learn more

As you can see, there’s never been a better time to become a Disney+ subscriber. Take advantage of that great $1.99 deal if you can (and while you can) and lock in for tons and tons of awesome content.

What Disney+ Day announcement has you the most pumped? Head on over to the WDW Magazine Facebook page and tell us what’s got you all excited to tune in.

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Written by Kyle Johnson

Written by Kyle Johnson

Kyle Johnson is a writer, enthusiast of all things weird, and has an unnatural obsession with Halloween. We’re talking animatronics staying up all year round and watching The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad on a whim in April. He has a cool wiener dog, Rumours, and an even cooler wife, Trinity.

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