The Best Shows on Disney+ Right Now (May 2021)

Not only does streaming service Disney+ offer the entire Star Wars saga and Marvel Cinematic Universe in one place, but it also has the celebrated Pixar library, a long list of National Geographic documentaries, and plenty of Disney Channel favorites. The service also offers subscribers a growing list of original series like The Mandalorian and The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, too. With a library that large, it can be difficult to decide what to watch, so we’ve put together this list of the best shows currently available to stream on Disney+.
If you want to broaden your search, we also have lists of the best movies on Disney+ as well as the best shows on Netflix, the best shows on Amazon Prime, and the best shows on Hulu.

Goof Troop
In Goof Troop, iconic Disney character Goofy lives in the idyllic town of Spoonerville with his son, Max, right next to another recurring Disney character: Big, burly Pete. Episodes revolve around the sort of hijinks that only Goofy could conjure, but the show is more than straight comedy. The storylines are well written, the new characters fit right in, and the art style is strong. Disney ran the show for only two years (1992 and 1993), but it gathered enough recognition to warrant two Disney film extensions: A Goofy Movie and An Extremely Goofy Movie.
Created by: Robert Taylor, Michael Peraza Jr.Cast: Bill Farmer, Dana Hill, Jim CummingsSeasons: 2
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The Mandalorian
The first live-action Star Wars series got off to a surprising start, and things are only going to get wilder as time goes on. In this groundbreaking series from Iron Man director Jon Favreau, Pedro Pascal stars as a bounty hunter who travels through the Star Wars Universe’s seedy underbelly, brushing up against ex-Imperial warlords, former Rebel shock troopers, assassin droids, and all other kinds of ne’er-do-wells — all while protecting an adorable piece of precious cargo. Featuring the talents of Timothy Olyphant, Werner Herzog, Ming-Na Wen, Nick Nolte, Gina Carano, and Giancarlo Esposito — and that’s just in front of the camera — this series is something special.
Created by: Jon FavreauCast: Pedro Pascal, Carl Weathers, Gina CaranoNumber of seasons: 2
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Marvel’s 616
This anthology documentary series explores various topics within and around the Marvel Comics universe, its rich history, and the fans that have made it one of the most popular franchises in the world. While that’s all well and good, the series’ deep dive into Marvel’s legacy is a surprisingly deep, heartfelt journey through some of the brand’s iconic elements, strangest moments, and the ways it is evolving to better represent its diverse fanbase. Gillian Jacobs, Paul Scheer, and other familiar faces both host and direct episodes within the series, which explores such topics as the origin of “The Japanese Spider-Man,” the forgotten characters of the Marvel universe, and how female creators and the stories they tell are shaping Marvel’s future.
Created by: Marvel New MediaCast: VariousNumber of seasons: 1
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Star Wars: The Bad Batch
The Star Wars saga continues in this series set after the overlapping events of Episode III — Revenge of the Sith and the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, but before the events of the franchise-spawning Episode IV — A New Hope. The series follows the members of Clone Force 99, a unique group of clone troopers whose genetic mutations during the cloning process (which earned them the nickname “The Bad Batch”) gave them specialized abilities. First introduced in The Clone Wars, the characters were a hit among Star Wars fans, and The Bad Batch explores what happened to them after the war ended and Order 66 forced many of their fellow clones to kill the Jedi they served alongside.
Created by: Dave FiloniCast: Dee Bradley Baker, Michelle AngNumber of seasons: 1
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The World According to Jeff Goldblum
Ever wondered about the science behind sneakers? What about the roots of America’s crush on coffee? These topics and more are addressed in each episode of this series, which has the inimitable Jeff Goldblum investigate the history of otherwise common objects and take a deep dive into what makes them so ubiquitous and — in many cases — beloved by so many people. No one can make the mundane more fascinating and entertaining than Goldblum, who meanders from one topic to the next — like denim or recreational vehicles, for example — on a journey of discovery that often reveals quite a bit about his unique perspective on life, too. There’s no show quite like The World According to Jeff Goldblum because there’s no one quite like its titular host and star.
Created by: National GeographicCast: Jeff GoldblumNumber of seasons: 1
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DuckTales
Reboots of beloved classic animated series don’t always work, but Disney managed to recapture lightning in a bottle with DuckTales, its re-imagined spin on the 1987 series with the insanely catchy theme song. Not only does the series give Huey, Dewey, and Louie’s adventures with Scrooge McDuck a modern makeover that’s as entertaining for adults as it is for kids, but it also introduces a few new characters to the mix — including young adventurer Webby Vanderquack — and features an impressive voice cast. That cast includes former Doctor Who star David Tennant as Scrooge, Danny Pudi as Huey, Ben Schwartz as Dewey, Bobby Moynihan as Louie, Kate Micucci as Webby, and Beck Bennett as Launchpad McQuack. A multiple award winner and critical darling, DuckTales proves that some stories never get old.
Created by: Matt Youngberg, Francisco AngonesCast: David Tennant, Danny Pudi, Ben Schwartz, Bobby Moynihan, Kate Micucci, Beck Bennett, Toks OlagundoyeNumber of seasons: 3
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The Imagineering Story
In addition to being one of the world’s most beloved movie studios, Disney is also the owner and operator of some of the world’s most beloved theme parks. Originally planned as a feature documentary, this series was revamped into a six-episode docuseries to be a part of Disney+’s launch. Narrated by Angela Bassett, it takes an in-depth look at the history and creation of the Walt Disney theme parks around the world, including the recent addition to California’s Disneyland: Star Wars’ Galaxy’s Edge.
Created by: Leslie IwerksCast: Angela BassettNumber of seasons: 1
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Star Wars: The Clone Wars
The Clone Wars feature film, which also serves as the series pilot, is not good. The animated series that followed very much is. The Clone Wars might’ve started as a typical action-adventure cartoon, it quickly morphed into something much more complex: A thorough and nuanced examination of the horrors of war in the Star Wars universe. Throughout seven seasons, The Clone Wars both deepened and expanded the Star Wars franchise in all kinds of unexpected ways. Even better? The end isn’t really the end — the story continues in The Clone Wars‘ also-great follow-up, Star Wars Rebels.
Created by: George LucasCast: Tom Kane, Matt Lanter, James Arnold TaylorNumber of seasons: 7
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Diary of a Future President
Diary of a Future President follows Elena (Tess Romero), a 12-year-old Cuban American girl, a middle schooler with dreams of becoming a future POTUS. The show features voice-over work and flash-forward appearances from Gina Rodriguez, playing the adult Elena, as she reads from Elena’s middle school diary and leads a political campaign. Rodriguez produces through her own I Can & I Will production company, alongside CBS Television Studios, with episodes premiering on Disney+. The show does a good job of balancing coming-of-age tribulations with witty humor. It’s sharp and heartfelt writing, for sure, which helped to net Diary a second season through Disney+.
Created by: Illana PeñaCast: Tess Romero, Selenis Leyva, Gina RodriguezNumber of seasons: 1
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X-Men: The Animated Series
Wolverine and the X-Men (also available on Disney+) might be the superior cartoon, but there’s still nothing quite like X-Men: The Animated Series. The phenomenally catchy theme song. The ludicrous Jim Lee-designed costumes. The weird, funny moments that have sparked a thousand memes. This Saturday morning cartoon was many fans’ first introduction to Marvel’s merry mutants, and it remains one of the most popular takes on the characters. Nostalgia: It’s powerful stuff.
Created by: Eric Lewald, Sidney Iwanter, Mark EdensCast: Norm Spencer, Cathal J. Dodd, Lenore ZannNumber of seasons: 5
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The Falcon and The Winter Soldier
Following the success of WandaVision, the next chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe unfolds in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, which follows Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan’s MCU characters Sam Wilson and James “Bucky” Barnes, respectively, as they navigate a world thrown into chaos after the events of Avengers: Endgame. As Wilson deals with the ramifications of Captain America passing his shield to him, Barnes struggles to reconcile his villainous past with his uncertain future. As if that wasn’t enough, the series throws villain Helmut Zemo (Daniel Brühl) into the mix, too!
Created by: Malcolm SpellmanCast: Anthony Mackie, Sebastian StanNumber of seasons: 1
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Star Wars Rebels
Set after the events of Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series, and five years before Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope, Star Wars Rebels follows a small group of rebels led by Kanan Jarrus, a powerful Jedi who survived Order 66. Over the course of the series’ four seasons, the ragtag team’s adventures offer a glimpse at the formative years of what would become an organized rebellion against the Galactic Empire, and various characters from the Star Wars films, The Clone Wars, and The Mandalorian play key roles in the show’s saga. The winner of a Primetime Emmy Award, Rebels spawned a long list of spinoff and tie-in projects featuring some of the show’s most popular heroes and villains.
Created by: Simon Kinberg, Dave Filoni, Carrie BeckCast: Taylor Gray, Freddie Prinze Jr., Vanessa Marshall, Tiya SircarNumber of seasons: 4
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Gravity Falls
When Dipper and Mabel Pines decide to spend the summer with their great uncle Stan, a huckster who runs Gravity Falls’ No. 1 tourist trap, the Mystery Shack, they don’t know what they’re in for. Gravity Falls is kind of like a kid-friendly mashup of the X-Files and Twin Peaks. It’s also equal parts thrilling and hilarious, and one of the best cartoons of the past 20 years. You’ll come for Gravity Falls‘ long-running mystery and bizarre creatures, but it’s the delightful characters that’ll keep you around. Gravity Falls is weird, but it sure has a lot of heart.
Created by: Alex HirschCast: Jason Ritter, Kristen Schaal, Linda CardelliniNumber of seasons: 2
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Encore!
Disney favorite Kristen Bell executive produces and appears in this musical docuseries, where she reunites the casts of high-school musicals and has them re-stage their performances … decades later. What’s better is that this time, the cast gets the A-list treatment in the form of professional choreographers, voice coaches, and Broadway directors. The Disney+ version of Encore! launched nearly two years after Bell hosted an ABC pilot of the show back in 2017. The fully realized Disney+ show is a melodic whirlwind of laughs, tears, and that feel-good feeling that only Disney can blossom.
Created by: Jason CohenCast: Kristen BellNumber of seasons: 1
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Raven’s Home
Raven’s Home is a current Disney Channel show and sequel series to That’s So Raven (2003-2007). Taking place a decade after the latter, Raven’s Home finds the titular Raven (Raven Symoné) as a divorced single mother of two, rooming with best friend Chelsea (Anneliese van der Pol) and her own kids in Chicago. Fans of That’s So Raven will be pleased to know that yes, Raven is still psychic. And now her son is, too. Raven’s Home brings all the familiar hijinks and psychic vision plotting of the original Raven, while effectively tackling the modern-day struggles of both parents and their pre-teens.
Created by: Michael Poryes and Susan ShermanCast: Raven Symoné, Issac Ryan Brown, Navia RobinsonNumber of seasons: 3
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The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers
Everyone’s favorite ragtag hockey team is back in this original series that picks up years after the events of the movie franchise. The Mighty Ducks are now a highly selective junior hockey squad with no room for plucky upstarts, and after an ambitious young boy finds himself cut from the team, his mother decides to form a new team to challenge the Ducks’ dominance — with a little help from an old-school coach with some Mighty Ducks history of his own, Gordon Bombay. Emilio Estevez returns to the role of iconic Coach Bombay, with Lauren Graham and Brady Noon playing the mother-son duo who inspires the creation of the new team.
Created by: Steven Brill, Josh Goldsmith, and Cathy YuspaCast: Lauren Graham, Brady Noon, Emilio EstevezNumber of seasons: 1
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Hannah Montana
By day, she’s regular teenager Miley Stewart. By night, she’s international pop star Hannah Montana — and almost nobody knows her secret. Sound like trouble? Oh, it is. Not only did Hannah Montana launch Miley Cyrus’ career (and helped revitalize that of her real-life and on-screen father, Billy Ray Cyrus), but it’s also the highest-rated show in Disney Channel history. If you grew up with Miley, Disney+ gives you the perfect chance to revisit the series: Every episode is available on Disney+ right now.
Created by: Michael Poryes, Rich Correll, Barry O’ BrienCast: Miley Cyrus, Billy Ray Cyrus, Emily OsmentNumber of seasons: 4
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The Muppet Show
When Disney+ launched, classic variety series The Muppet Show was conspicuously absent from its library. That terrible mistake was finally addressed when all five seasons of the show were added to the streaming service in February 2021. The series joins the various Muppets movies and modern Muppets projects like Muppets Now on the service, and offers a great reminder of just how groundbreaking The Muppet Show was when it premiered in 1975. Over the course of its run, a long list of A-list celebrities joined Kermit, Miss Piggy, and the rest of the Muppets gang, including Steve Martin, Diana Ross, Elton John, and even Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill.
Created by: Jim HensonCast: Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Jerry Nelson, Richard Hunt, Fran BrillNumber of seasons: 5
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Phineas and Ferb
Stepbrothers Phineas and Ferb are going to have the best summer vacation they can, the only way they know how: By building ludicrous and extremely dangerous contraptions in their backyard and avoiding the wrath of their older sister, Candace. Phineas and Ferb has the same energy as Family Guy (co-creator Dan Povenmire used to work on Fox’s animated sitcom), but it’s not nearly as raunchy, leading to a show that the whole family can enjoy. It’s a great time to catch up on Phineas and Ferb, too: A spinoff movie, Candace Against the Universe, is now available for streaming on Disney+.
Created by: Dan Povenmire and Jeff “Swampy” MarshCast: Vincent Martella, Thomas Sangster, Ashley TisdaleNumber of seasons: 4
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The Simpsons
What’s left to say about The Simpsons? Bart, Homer, Marge, Lisa, and Maggie aren’t just cartoon characters. They’re cultural icons, not to mention stars of the longest-running sitcom in American history. Sure, by this point, there are probably more bad Simpsons episodes than good ones, but that doesn’t matter. On Disney+, you can revisit the glory days of seasons 1 through 10 as much as you want. Trust us. Those will never get old.
Created by: Matt GroeningCast: Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley SmithNumber of seasons: 31
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Once Upon a Time
When Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison) finds herself passing through a quaint seaside town in Maine, her life takes a dramatic turn after she learns that the residents of the town are actually fairy-tale characters trapped in the real world due to an ancient curse. The seven-season series chronicled Swan’s experiences in and around Storybrooke involving all manner of heroes and villains from famous fairy tales, folklore, mythology, and Disney tales. One of the Disney-owned ABC network’s most popular, long-running dramas, Once Upon a Time put a fresh spin on many beloved characters with its clever interpretations of their adventures.
Created by: Edward Kitsis, Adam HorowitzCast: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas, Jared S. Gilmore, Robert CarlyleNumber of seasons: 7
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WandaVision
This original series is the first project in Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and follows Avengers teammates Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) as they settle into a perfect suburban life together — only to discover that everything is not as it seems. Set after the events of Avengers: Endgame, the nine-episode WandaVision filters the pair’s life together through classic sitcom tropes, and poses plenty of questions about exactly how the duo ended up where they are while giving its stars ample opportunity to explore the funny side of superheroes in suburbia.
Created by: Jac SchaefferCast: Elizabeth Olsen, Paul BettanyNumber of seasons: 1
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Gargoyles
Unlike the other Disney Afternoon cartoons, Gargoyles wasn’t afraid to go dark. Gargoyles‘ deep and nuanced characters, serialized plot lines, and pitch-black tone don’t seem out of place today, but at the time, there was no cartoon quite like it (give or take Batman: The Animated Series). While the third season suffered from some behind-the-scenes changes, the first two still hold up. If you have Disney+, they’re well worth revisiting.
Created by: Greg WeismanCast: Keith David, Salli Richardson, Jeff BennettNumber of seasons: 3
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Boy Meets World
For seven seasons audiences watched Cory Matthews (Ben Savage), his on-again-off-again girlfriend Topanga (Danielle Fishel), his older brother Eric (Will Friedle), and his best friend Shawn (Rider Strong) navigate middle school, high school, and college, usually with the help of their teacher/principal/friend, Mr. Feeny (William Daniels). While Boy Meets World tackled heady issues like divorce, child abuse, and underage alcoholism, it was also a sweet and funny TGIF staple that earned legions of fans — not to mention a spinoff, Girl Meets World, which is also available on Disney+.
Created by: Michael Jacobs and April KellyCast: Ben Savage, Danielle Fishel, Rider Strong, Will FriedleNumber of seasons: 7
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Marvel’s Runaways
Focusing on the origins of the Marvel teenage superhero group Runaways, Marvel’s Runaways is set on the fringes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. No Iron Man or Thor here — just six extraordinary Los Angeles teens uniting to defeat their evil, criminal parents, collectively known as the Pride. After stumbling across a terrible secret and discovering their parents have been lying to them their entire lives, the Runaways investigate what their guardians are after and what else they might be hiding. From teen show expert EP Josh Schwartz (The O.C., Gossip Girl), Runaways walks a fine line between superhero glam and teen angst.
Created by: Josh Schwartz and Stephanie SavageCast: Rhenzy Feliz, Lyrica Okano, Virginia Gardner, Ariela BarerNumber of seasons: 3
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Spider-Man
Widely regarded as the best Spider-Man animated series ever made, Spider-Man (also known as Spider-Man: The Animated Series) premiered in 1994 during the height of the ’90s comics boom and managed to be one of the few superhero series of the era to be both critically and commercially successful, running for five highly-acclaimed seasons. Over the course of the show’s 65 episodes, the series explored Peter Parker’s life both in and out of costume and took the unusual (at the time) approach of having lengthy, season-long story arcs unfold in addition to more traditional episodic adventures. Along with introducing a wide range of villains and supporting characters from the web-slinger’s Marvel Comics universe, Spider-Man also featured cameos from other prominent Marvel heroes, including the X-Men, Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Daredevil, Blade, and the Punisher, among others. The series remains one of the longest-running Spider-Man shows to date, surpassed only by 2012’s Ultimate Spider-Man series.
Created by: John Semper Jr.Cast: Christopher Daniel Barnes, Ed Asner, Jennifer Hale, Sara BallantineNumber of seasons: 5
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Prop Culture
Created, executive produced, and hosted by prop collector extraordinaire Dan Lanigan, Prop Culture follows Dan across the globe as he tracks down classic Disney film props. Each episode focuses on one Disney film and features conversations with the cast and crew of each famous flick, along with Disney Archive staff and other surprise guests. Fans of Mary Poppins will be thrilled when the character’s famous carpet bag makes an appearance. Other films of focus include Tron, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, and The Muppet Movie.
Created by: Jason C. Henry, Dan LaniganCast: Dan LaniganNumber of seasons: 1
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The Proud Family
The Proud Family was groundbreaking TV for the Disney Channel. Disney’s first animated show centered entirely on an African-American family, The Proud Family is a delightful, sometimes zany coming of age show following the precocious Penny as she navigates the early years of adolescence. Balancing family, friends, school, and everything else teens do is always easier said than done but it certainly doesn’t help that Penny’s multi-generational household seems to have a knack for getting into larger-than-life hijinks.
Created by: Bruce W. SmithCast: Kyla Pratt, Tommy Davidson, Paula Jai ParkerNumber of seasons: 2
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The Suite Life of Zack and Cody
Back before Cole Sprouse was chewing the scenery on The CW’s sexy Archie comics adaptation, Riverdale, he and his real-life brother Dylan played twins who lived in the fictional Tripton Hotel, where they hatched schemes alongside classmates and hotel staff. The Suite Life was nominated for three Emmys, regularly tops lists of the best-ever Disney Channel series, spawned both a movie and a sequel series, and helped launch the careers of young stars including the Sprouse brothers, Ashley Tisdale, and Brenda Song.
Created by: Danny Kallis, Jim GeoghanCast: Cole Sprouse, Dylan Sprouse, Brenda SongNumber of seasons: 3
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Rogue Trip
After being injured in a roadside bombing while working as a correspondent in Iraq, ABC News correspondent Bob Woodruff developed a new lease on life and opted to face fear head-on instead of shy away from it. Part of his journey includes this National Geographic series where he, along with his son Mack, visits six regions that are known for conflict. As the pair go to Colombia, Papua New Guinea, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Lebanon, and Ukraine, viewers will not only learn about the regions and their cultures and history, but also get to experience their touching bond.
Created by: N/ACast: Bob Woodruff, Mack WoodruffNumber of seasons: 1
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Earth to Ned
This clever talk show is hosted by Ned, an extraterrestrial being who came to Earth intending to conquer the planet but ended up falling in love with its pop culture and celebrities. The series premiered in September with a 10-episode first season that featured a wide range of guests, from Andy Richter and Community actress Gillian Jacobs to a special Star Wars-themed episode featuring Billy Dee Williams and BB-8. The entertainment of the unscripted interviews in each episode is only matched by The Jim Henson Company’s impressive puppetry that brings Ned and his supporting cast of animatronic characters to life.
Created by: The Jim Henson CompanyCast: Ned, CorneliusNumber of seasons: 2
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Darkwing Duck
By day, Drake Mallard is a regular suburbanite who frets over his adopted daughter, Gosalyn. By night, he’s Darkwing Duck, a masked superhero who spends the midnight hours fighting crime alongside his pilot sidekick, Launchpad McQuack. Sure, sometimes Darkwing’s ego gets in the way of stopping evildoers, but when push comes to shove he’s not just the hero that St. Canard needs. He’s the hero that St. Canard deserves.
Created by: Tad StonesCast: Jim Cummings, Christine Cavanaugh, Terry McGovernNumber of seasons: 3
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The Right Stuff
Loosely based on the Tom Wolfe novel of the same name released in 1979, this historical drama takes viewers back in time and into the origins of the creation of the U.S. space program. The Mercury Seven astronauts travel from the Mojave Desert to space as they obsessively compete with one another and become instant celebrities. There are eight parts in the first season, which has been better reviewed by viewers than critics. That said, while some call the series and storylines clichéd, others laud the striking visuals and great acting that make it worth watching.
Created by: Mark Lafferty (based on The Right Stuff by Tom Wolfe)Cast: Patrick J. Adams, Jake McDorman, Colin O’DonoghueNumber of seasons: 1
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Becoming
LeBron James is behind this documentary series that delves into the backstories of famous entertainers, taking them back to their hometowns and learning about their early lives, what inspired them, their struggles along the way, and how they got their big breaks. Along with the celebrities recalling events in their own words, loved ones are also interviewed to share their perspectives. The first 10 episodes feature a range of celebrity figures, from actor Adam Devine to singer Colby Caillat, dancer Julianne Hough, TV personality Nick Cannon, athlete Rob Gronkowski, and others.
Created by: LeBron James, Maverick CarterCast: VariousNumber of seasons: 1
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Kim Possible
Middleton, USA. Happy homes, good schools, plenty of evil. Fortunately, an extraordinary, crime-fighting teen named Kim Possible (Christy Carlson Romano) lives just around the corner. Kim Possible episodes each follow a day in the life of the titular character. A day could be tough because of school or tough because of superhuman battles with the notorious Dr. Drakken. Luckily, Kim’s got best friend Ron (Will Friedle) and bedroom computer genius Wade (Tahj Mowry) to back her up. Together, they are Team Possible. Call her, beep her if you want to reach her. Kim Possible ran from 2002 to 2007 on the Disney Channel, becoming one of the network’s most popular animated series.
Created by: Bob Schooler, Mark McCorkleCast: Christy Carlson Romano, Will Friedle, Tahj MowryNumber of seasons: 4
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America’s Funniest Home Videos
Before the internet, silly videos went viral via America’s Funniest Home Videos. After 30 seasons, AFV isn’t quite the appointment viewing it once was, but Disney+ has a massive vault of episodes that will bring you back to a more innocent time, when kids, pets, and adults getting caught on tape in unfortunate situations was something truly special. Just because you can scroll through thousands of viral videos on social media doesn’t mean you’re going to find some of the gems of old-school AFV.
Created by: Vin Di BonaCast: Bob Saget, Alfonso Ribeiro, Tom BergeronNumber of seasons: 30
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