Top 7 Watch List for Disney+ Launch Day!

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The highly anticipated Disney+ streaming service will launch in less than a month. Disney+ has been offering preorders for the past several months and touting its library of hundreds of movies and TV shows that will be available. There will also be a Disney+ bundle available with Hulu and ESPN Plus for a discounted subscription. If you haven’t yet signed up there is still time, but don’t be left out as the service launched on November 12.

Disney+ will include content from the Disney brand itself, Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars and National Geographic. It will also include programming from its recent Fox acquisition, including all 30 seasons of The Simpsons. Additional titles, like The Sound of Music, The Princess Bride and Malcolm in the Middle, will be added within the first year. Of course MCU fans are looking forward to the service’s original programming with the previously announced Marvel original shows. Star Wars fans are also quite excited for the live-action, big-budget series The Mandalorian which is a Star Wars spinoff show.

Disney+ Top 7 Watch List

If you’ve already signed up for Disney+ the only question is what should watch first on launch day. Here is my personal top seven.

7. Captain Marvel (2019)

Captain Marvel starring Brie Lasrson will on Disney+ at launch.
Captain Marvel movie poster.

If you’re an MCU fan you’ve probably already seen this, but considering Disney+ is the only place you’ll be able to stream this blockbuster check it out again. Watch as Brie Larson embodies Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel, one of the Marvel universe’s most powerful heroes.

6. Free Solo (2018)

Free Solo movie trailer.

Disney+ isn’t all Marvel and Star Wars. With National Geographic shows as part of the service there is opportunity to watch educational content as well. If you haven’t yet seen this hair raising documentary about professional rock climber Alex Honnold, now is the time to check it out. Watch as he attempts the first free solo climb of famed El Capitan’s 900-metre vertical rock face at Yosemite National Park.

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