With the $ 6.99 / month Disney + streaming service rushing towards a November launch and so many press releases and rumors circulating about potential original content, we’ve created a definitive list of TV shows you can get. -be watched once logged in. lit for the first time.
In this article, we’ll take a look at all of the non-fiction series we’ll see on the streaming service. The long list of The Disney + Fiction and Animation series is detailed by us (HERE).
Disney + non-fiction shows
Guardians of the Earth
A nature documentary series focused on environmentalists and their fantastic work in the animal kingdom. Produced by the Supper Club.
Taking on the former castmates of a high school musical, they dramatically come together to put on the show of every show. Executive Produced by Kristen Bell.
Be our leader
A cultural cooking competition where families compete against each other through various challenges, to have their food presented at Walt Disney World. Hosted by Angela Kinsey.
This journey takes viewers to places around the world that they never thought they would visit because of misconceptions or just because they are overlooked. Hosted by father and son duo, Bob and Mack Woodruff.
Families are taken on a unique journey to reunite, after issues have separated them, to their breaking point. Produced by Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos.
Ink and Paint
A documentary series exploring the pioneering women of Disney animation studios, as they work on some of the classics of all time. Based on Mindy Johnson’s book and produced by ABC and Sertner Productions. We’re VERY excited about this one as Mindy is a longtime friend of MiceChat and a panelist at several of our past events, including one on the book this documentary is based on.
A competition show where students design, manufacture and test various inventions, presenting them to a team of experts to mark their place as champion.
A documentary series based on the fantastic Imagineers who work in Walt Disney Parks through the company’s long history and. Created by Leslie Iwerks.
Cinema Relics: the iconic art of cinema
A series that cuts through many Disney classics and explores the art, costumes and props and their creators, all of which contributed to the final on-screen experience. Hosted by Dan Lanigan.
A look at the rich historical and cultural context of Marvel stories, from a variety of filmmakers with unique perspectives. Produced by the Supper Club.
The Marvel Hero Project
This series celebrates the young heroes who help their local communities in extraordinary ways. Produced by Marvel New Media and Maggievision Productions.
The world according to Jeff Goldblum
Exploring everyday objects through the mind of Jeff Goldblum’s eccentric and curious mind, this series will uncover weird connections, crazy science, and personal stories. Produced by National Geographic.
Magic of the animal kingdom
An exclusive look at the wonderful staff at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and the Epcot SeaBase Aquarium, as they care about the vast array of species that live in this magical land. Produced by National Geographic.
Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2
This documentary series will explore the creative and technical process behind making the sequel to Disney’s hit movie, as we take a behind-the-scenes tour of Disney Animation Studios.
And that’s just the folks from the original non-fiction content. There will also be all the archival content from Disney and Fox to add to the mix, as well as all the new fictional content that we bring to you shortly. At $ 6.99 per month, is Disney + the right price for you?
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Learn more about Disney + fiction and animated shows here:
All the Disney + animated and fictional shows we know so far!
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