But what about the television? Disney’s television and documentary offering has been unfairly forgotten over the past month – despite there being a *tonne* of great content to watch.
From nature documentaries to new original series, reality shows and classics, there’s plenty of choice for when a whole film feels like a little too much to commit to.
Since Disney+ launched in the UK back in March this year, it has become our one-stop shop for feel-good films that cure those post-Zoom quiz hangovers in an instant. There are so many amazing films on Disney+, from Disney classics like the original Snow White and The Little Mermaid, to remakes like 2019’s Lady The Tramp and Dumbo. You’ll also find Lizzie McGuire, 10 Things I Hate About You, The Parent Trap and Frozen. And that’s just us getting started.
One of the highlights of Disney+ is The Imagineering Story which takes us behind the scenes at Disney World to see the incredible work that goes into designing, testing and creating the rides and sets. We’re also shamelessly obsessed with Disney Fairytale Weddings (think Don’t Tell The Bride, but better) – a reality show which follows the couples who dream of tying the knot in Disney locations across the world. From Mary Poppins-themed ceremonies to glass slippers and Cinderella carriages, you’ll have to pick your jaw up off the floor after this one. Honestly – it’s astonishing.
There’s also an impressive catalogue of 30 entire seasons of The Simpsons – turns out Springfield is a pretty good place to escape to when the real world is scary – plus every episode of Lizzie McGuire you binged on when you were little, and Meghan Markle’s new nature documentary, Elephant.
If you sign up to Disney+ now, you can enjoy a seven day free trial. That’s seven whole days of free Disney! And once you’re all set up, save yourself from wading through the long list of Disney+ TV shows and choose from our pick of the best.
If films are more your jam, check out our round-up of the best films on Disney+ – because we’re chatting television and television only from here on out.