It’s No Baby Yoda, But Here Are Some New Arrivals Coming To Disney+ In January
As we prepare for 2020, Disney+ is getting ready to release a bunch of new shows and films for us to binge-watch. It may seem like there is an infinite amount of material on the streaming service already, but with this new release, Disney is going to show us just how much they still have locked away in their vault.
Everything from new episodes of The Proud Family to the draining of the Bermuda Triangle will be on the streaming service come 2020. Keep reading to learn what other new arrivals will be available!
Learn The History of Marvel With Marvel: 75 Years, From Pop To Pulp!
This past year brought us one of the biggest blockbuster hits in history, Avengers: Endgame. But have you ever wondered where all of it started? The first comic book? The inspiration for all the different characters and storylines?
Hosted by Emily VanCamp, Marvel: 75 Years, From Pop To Pulp! is a one-of-a-kind experience that brings viewers through the history and development of Marvel. You’ll learn about everything, from the first comic book to the latest blockbuster and all of the adventures in between!
The Awe-Inspiring America’s National Parks
The National Geographic Channel turned its high-tech cameras on some of the most beautiful national parks in America. Everything from the geysers of Yellowstone to the sprawling Smoky Mountains can be viewed in high definition. Each hour-long episode features a single park and the creatures that live there.
As the weather gets colder in January, America’s National Parks is the perfect show to cozy up to on the couch. All you need is a warm blanket and a cup of hot cocoa and you’re ready to explore some of nature’s wonders!
Drain The Ocean: WWII Gives Us Back A Piece Of History
For all of you history buffs out there, you’ll be happy to know that Drain the Ocean: WWII is coming to Disney+ in January! The show explores some of the best-kept secrets from the war, those that ended up on the bottom of the ocean.
With new data-based 3D reconstructions, historians reveal vessels that were thought to be lost forever. So strap in and get ready, because this show is one interesting ride through history.
Austin & Ally Is Fun For The Whole Family
Austin & Ally has been described as a “pint-sized” version of Entourage, meaning it’s kid-friendly and awesome. The series follows the title characters as they work together to become famous songwriters and singers. It’s a fun show to watch because the characters are polar opposites who have to learn how to work together.
So, if you have kids and need some time to yourself, plop them down in front of Austin & Ally! They’ll be content for hours on end.
You’re Not Going To Want To Miss Out On Holes
Yes, Holes is coming to Disney+ in January and you should jump up and down to celebrate. It’s the story of a young boy, played by none other than Shia LaBeouf, who is wrongfully accused of theft and is sent to a brutal camp in the middle of the desert. As part of their “rehab,” the boys are forced to dig mysterious holes.
If you’ve seen the movie, then you know how it ends. If you haven’t seen it, we have to ask, was your childhood okay?
New Episodes Of The Proud Family Are Coming In 2020
If you watched Disney Channel growing up, then you best remember the sassy Proud family. The show revolved around 14-year-old Penny Proud and all of the trials and tribulations of growing up. But, with the help of her crazy family and friends, she faces all sorts of comical adventures.
The good news is that The Proud Family will be coming back to Disney+ in 2020 with new episodes! Is anyone else excited to see Sugar Mama and her crazy dog, or is that just us?
Red Tails Is The George Lucas Film You Didn’t Know You Missed
If you haven’t seen the George Lucas film Red Tails, fear not, because it will be available to stream come 2020. The film takes place during World War II and follows the story of African American cadets as they become part of an experimental group at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama.
The program they’re in trains young black men to become fighter pilots for the Army. As you can probably imagine, the story is an emotional roller coaster.
Year Million Will Have You Thinking Of The Future
Given how fast technology and intelligence have advanced in the past ten years, it’s hard not to imagine what it will be like a million years into the future. That’s where National Geographic comes in. They thought big with Year Million, exploring what it would be like to be a human in the future.
The television show is a docudrama that has illustrative, imaginative storytelling as it describes humanity through a futuristic American family. The series is narrated by Laurence Fishburne.
Have Adventures With Skye In The Lodge
If you’re looking for some clean, good, family entertainment, look no further than Disney Channel’s The Lodge. The show follows the story of Skye, a teenager who just lost her mother and moves with her dad to their family-owned hotel.
You might ask what the conflict in this show is, and we’re here to tell you. It turns out that Skye’s father wants to sell the hotel. Gasp! And, plot twist, it’s also a musical. Be sure to watch the show to find out what happens.
One Strange Rock Will Make You Think About Other Lifeforms
January 2020 will bring us One Strange Rock, a nature documentary that explores monumental events such as genesis, cosmic violence, alien life, and more! If you’re into outer space, you now know what you’re going to be watching all month!
Host Will Smith brings viewers on a wild exploration of how life survives on Earth. It even involves the perspectives of an elite group of astronauts. With such high ratings, it’s safe to say that this show is out of this world!
Get Ready To Root For The Underdogs In Cool Runnings
Bear with us with the plot of Cool Runnings. The film is a sports comedy that follows a group of friends from Jamaica who dream of competing in the bobsled race at the Olympics, even though they’ve never seen snow before. It shows the ups and downs of being the underdog in a high-stakes competition.
Honestly, who doesn’t love a good underdog story? If you’re in need of a feel-good movie that will make you laugh and cry, give Cool Runnings a try!
Out There With Jack Randall Will Have You Missing Steve Irwin
As the apprentice to none other than "The Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin, Jack Randall has no fear when it comes to wild and dangerous animals. Out There With Jack Randall brings the viewer on a journey through some of the most unforgiving places on the planet.
With no creature deemed too venomous, dangerous, or feral, Randall handles them all, facing down crocodiles, pythons, snakes, and more. If you like watching someone endanger their life, this show is a must-see!
The Super Hero Squad Show Is A Must-See Parody
In 2020, watch Marvel’s famous heroes and villains face-off in the must-see cartoon, The Super Hero Squad Show. The animated series follows fan favorites as they battle for the Infinity Sword, the most powerful object in the universe (not to be confused with the Infinity Stones).
The show is considered a parody of the Marvel characters, making them super cartoonish and comedic instead of serious. If you’re a fan of the Marvel comics and movies, then you’re not going to want to miss series once it’s added to Disney+.
Uncover Mysteries With Drain The Bermuda Triangle
Have you ever wondered what was at the bottom of the mysterious Bermuda Triangle? There are so many stories surrounding the area it’s hard not to become interested in the tales. Well, come January 2020, you’ll no longer have to hypothesize about the ships that have gone missing.
Disney+ is bringing the National Geographic show Drain The Bermuda Triangle right to your television! With the aid of sonar surveys, we’re finally going to learn what’s on the ocean floor beneath the triangle!
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja Is Ready To Be Streamed
Randy Cunningham is a ninth-grader with a superhuman ninja suit, the NinjaNomicon. With the help of his best friend, Howard, Randy fights evil while trying to survive his first year of high school.
If that doesn’t get you excited that Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja is coming to Disney+, we’re not sure what will. Also, you’ll be happy to know that both seasons are going to be available to stream come the new year!
Wild Russia Is A Breathtaking Documentary
Geography fanatics out there will be happy to know that Wild Russia is coming to Disney+ soon. Russia is a massive country of different landscapes, climates, and 11 different time zones, meaning there is an abundance of wildlife that needs to be explored. This show does just that!
It takes the viewer on an adventure through the primal Russian landscape, introducing everything from rivers to the Amur Tiger! Wild Russia is beautifully shot and will have you sinking into your couch for more of nature’s beauty.
If You’d Like To Learn Spanish, Watch Soy Luna
If you’re not familiar, Soy Luna is an Argentine telenovela that was produced by Disney Channel Latin America. The show follows Luna, a young teen who is uprooted from her life in Cancun, Mexico, when her parents get a job that takes them to Argentina.
It’s been said that one of the best ways to learn a new language is to watch television in that language! So, if you’re interested in Spanish, we recommend tuning in to Soy Luna. The language might be filled with some teenage angst, but it’s a start!
Dr. T, Lone Star Vet Will Get You Interested In Exotic Animals!
Hold on to your hats, because this reality show is going to make waves when it comes to Disney+ in January. Dr. T, Lone Star Vet follows Dr. Lauren Thielen as she navigates through the world of exotic animal medicine at her own clinic in Texas.
If you’ve ever wanted to see someone operate on an emu, hedgehog, and everything in between, then you’re not going to want to miss this show! It’s sure to be an emotional ride during the operations.
Learn The Importance Of Dog Behavior With Dog: Impossible
Thanks to National Geographic Wild, we’re getting a new animal series in the form of Dog: Impossible. The series stars dog behavior specialist Matt Beisner and trainer Stef DiOrio as they take on some of the most dangerous and misunderstood pooches out there.
Their mission is to rehabilitate the dogs who have been thrown out of various shelters so they’re ready for their fur-ever home. It’s a beautiful show that is sure to bring tears to your eyes.
Continent 7: Antarctica Explores The Unkown
In an environment that isn’t compatible with human survival, it’s not hard to imagine why Continent 7: Antarctica is the first-ever documentary series on the continent. The series journies to the freezing continent where scientists and survival experts join forces to conduct ground-breaking research.
It’s an interesting documentary that explores parts unknown to most of humanity, and a place only a few have ever ventured to. If you’re ready for an exploration like no other from the comfort of your living room, Continent 7: Antarctica is there for you.