The best TV shows and films to stream on Disney+ day – from Dopesick to Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings – The Sun

IF there's nothing catching your eye on Netflix and Amazon Prime, head over to Disney+ for some family-friendly content.

Despite being newer than the other two streaming services, Disney+ is now two years old – with November 12 officially becoming Disney+ Day – and has no shortage of content for everyone, especially now Star has been added.

Follow the latest and greatest series, not to mention newly released blockbusters with this roundup of the best shows and films on the streaming platform.

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1. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

This film is one of the newest releases from Marvel and explores a new superhero that we've never seen until now.

Martial-arts master Shang-Chi confronts the past he thought he left behind when he's drawn into the web of the mysterious Ten Rings organisation.

Shang-Chi is forced to confront his misguided father, as well as reunite with the sister he left behind, while still dealing with the death of his mother.

With excellent fight sequences and a stellar cast, the next phase of Marvel films is off to a fantastic start.


2. The Mandalorian

A Star Wars story of a lonely bounty hunter in the outer galaxy who is far from the authority of the New Republic.

This new warriors in the Star Wars universe is set after the fall of the Empire but before the emergence of the First Order.

If you're a Star Wars fan then this series is definitely for you, and if you're not it's a great place to start the Star Wars journey.

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 93%


3. Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D

Action-adventure series based on the Marvel Comics.

This secret intelligence agency is headed by Agent Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) who puts together a small team of agents to head up strange cases.

Coulson has to rebuild the agency after a series of attacks while holding off Hydra – the anti-superhuman S.H.I.E.L.D agents and newly revealed superhuman race called inhumans. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 89%


4. Phineas and Ferb

The show follows the adventures of step brothers Phineas and Ferb.

In a bid to avoid boredom during summer vacation, they take it upon themselves to invent different contraptions.

Their sister, Candace (voiced by Ashley Tisdale) can't stand the mayhem they cause and tries to alert her parents every-time, but ends up failing when their various inventions magically disappear before their parents can see.

There's also the pet platypus that they have as a pet – Perry. Who is actually an undercover spy fighting the evil Dr Heinz Doofenshmirtz.

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 96%


5. Kim Possible

Call me, beep me if you wanna reach me.

Kim Possible's catchphrase pretty much sums up the life of a high schooler who is a secret spy.

With only her best friend and Rufus the naked mole rat knowing about her secret, her life is thrown into chaos when she has an assignment due the next day but also has to fight an evil genius the same night.

The gang get up to all manner of wild adventures, plus there's a live action remake on the way.

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 92%


6. Big Hero 6 The Series 

The series is set in the aftermath of the hit film based on 14-year-old tech genius Hiro Hamada.

He is joined by his compassionate robot who resembles a marshmallow and was created by his late brother.

Hamada along with friends Wasabi, Honey Lemon, Go Go and Fred embark on a series of adventures as they protect the city from a range of scientifically enhanced villains.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 74%


7. The Simpsons

The Simpsons has been a staple in the animation world since it first aired in December 1989.

More than 30 years on, it's still going strong with a legion of fans – old and new – avidly following the exploits of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie.

As well as the core family, the supporting characters, famous guest stars and the show's insane ability to predict future events make the show a fun watch.

With 31 seasons to wade through, there's plenty to keep you occupied.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 77%


8. Toy Story: Forky Asks a Question

Forky was a new addition to the Toy Story franchise in Toy Story 4, so much so he landed his own spin-off series.

The 10-part series is very simple, but adorable, as Forky asks questions that have been playing on his plastic mind.

These range from 'What is cheese?' to 'What is time?' and offers children an insight into the answers.

For an extra spoon – or should that be spork – of delight, Forky is joined by other Toy Story characters along the way including Rex and Hamm.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 80%


9. Marvel's Agent Carter

Peggy Carter has to balance routine office work with the Strategic Scientific reserve with helping Howard Stark, who finds himself being framed for selling weapons to enemies of the US.

Carter is helped by Stark's butler to track down those responsible for the weapons and dispose of them before they can cause harm.

She moves to Los Angeles from New York in order to deal with the threats by the Secret Empire during the aftermath of World War II.

Setting up a new life with new friends, a new home and even a new love interest, you'll find yourself glued to Peggy's trials and tribulations.

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 86 %


10. Gargoyles

This animated series follows the titular characters who are stone gargoyles by day and defenders of the innocent at night.

Led by Goliath, the ancient group find themselves flung into the modern day where there mere existence is in peril thanks to science, technology and advanced weaponry.

Despite being a Disney show, it can be quite dark at times and as such, has built up quite a cult following.

Rotten Tomatoes Rating:  N/A


11. Dopesick

This drama series is based on the non-fiction book Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors and the Drug Company that Addicted America by Beth Macy.

It focuses on "the epicenter of America's struggle with Opioid addiction" across the U.S, from the boardrooms of Purdue Pharma, to a distressed Virginia mining community, to the hallways of the DEA.


12. Star Wars Rebels

The Star Wars Universe is a large one and there's certainly room for more than one animated series. Rebels was first introduced in 2014 and takes place five years before the events of the film, A New Hope.

It follows the early days of a fledgling rebellion that forms as the Galactic Empire hunts down and kills the last of the Jedi.

A new hero called Ezra emerges, having started out as a teenage con artist before training as a Jedi.

With four seasons to digest, it's worth a watch to add further colour and characters to the Star Wars landscape.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 81%


13. Jungle Cruise

The always watchable Dwayne The Rock Johnson and Emily Blunt star together in this 2021 Disney film based on the Disneyland ride of the same name.

While that may not seem like the best basis for a film, it's a fun watch, with Emily taking on the role of Dr. Lily Houghton, who enlists the aid of wisecracking skipper Frank Wolff to take her down the Amazon in his ramshackle boat.

Together, they search for an ancient tree that holds the power to heal — a discovery that will change the future of medicine.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 92%


14. Boy Meets World

Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) and his best friend Shawn Hunter (Rider Strong) are two average sixth-graders, however, they have many important lessons to learn.

The slice-of-life sitcom follows Cory on his adventures with love, life and how he overcomes obstacles throughout middle school and high school.

A heartwarming family-friendly comedy series that is bound to cheer anyone up.

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 91%


15. The Suite Life of Zack and Cody

Dylan and Cole Sprouse star as the twins who live in a hotel with their mum and wreak havoc for the hotel's manager.

The two hyper youngsters cause all sorts of trouble and mischief whilst living in the building.

They star alongside Ashley Tisdale and Brenda Song.

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 100%


16. That's so Raven

Life for a high schooler is hard, and it's even harder when you're a psychic and you have visions that allow you to peer into the future.

Raven get's visions that allow her to see snapshots of the future both in her life and those of her close friends and families.

With the help of her nearest and dearest she's able to find a happy balance – sometimes, at least.

In the meantime she has to let life run its course, without trying to interfere too much with the natural timeline of things.

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 100%


17. K.C Undercover

KC seems to have a normal life as a math genius with a loving family, albeit an annoying brother.

That is, until her parents recruit her into the secret organisation they've been working for as undercover spies.

Her brother later joins the spy family as a new recruit, but working with your family comes with its challenges, as KC is about to discover.

Zendaya plays KC, long before her days on adult drama series Euphoria.

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 100%


18. High School Musical: The Series 

If you enjoyed the 3 High School Musical films then this mockumentary type series will have you hooked.

Taking place in East High School, Salt Lake City, Utah a new drama teacher starts work as a drama teacher.

She decides to cast for a musical where the students form interpersonal relationships and form familiar bonds with each other.

They do this in order to overcome the struggles they face away from school. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 79%


19. Hannah Montana 

Miley Cyrus stars as a teenager who wants to live the life of a pop star but also wants to live life as a normal teenager.

After the death of her mother, her and her father devise a plan to make sure she has a normal teenage life.

Cyrus’s real life father Billy Ray Cyrus also stars in a series about a girl who fooled everyone by simply putting on a wig. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 100%

20. Diary of a Future President

This family comedy is produced by Jane the Virgin's Gina Rodriguez, who also stars in the show.

It follows a 12-year-old girl called Elena who will one day by President of the United States of America.

Gina plays the adult version of Elena, who finds her childhood diaries and recalls her high school rivalries and embarrassing teenage moments.

Thankfully there isn't too much angst – even when Elena has to deal with her mother's new partner – so kids can enjoy a fun show while being inspired along the way.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 84%


21. Free Guy

Free Guy follows Ryan Reynolds' character, who discovers he is a background player in an open-world video game.

He decides to become the hero of his own story — one that he can rewrite himself, but the video game boss is far from impressed when he realises there's a glitch in the game that's overshadowing everything else.

With the help of the coder who created him, Guy is determined to save the day, and maybe find a little romance along the way too.


22. National Geographic's Drain the Oceans

This docu-series scans locations at the bottom of the ocean where everything from sunken ships to hidden treasures and cities lie.

The series discusses how those cities, treasures and ships ended up on the ocean floor, looking back at their history.

For any ocean enthusiasts, this will definitely be an eye-opening watch.

Rotten Tomato Rating:  N/A

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23. The World According to Jeff Goldblum 

This docu-series is led by none other than Jeff Goldblum.

The Jurassic Park actor explores the extraordinary in the ordinary.

He travels across the world to guide viewers on a mind-blowing adventure where he breaks down the complex science of ordinary, simple things.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 81%


24. Pick of the Litter

All we can say is…puppies! Six of them to be precise.

This adorable series follows the pups as they go through their training in a bid to become certified guide dogs.

The pups are certainly put through their paces as the criteria is understandably strict and there's no guarantee all the pooches will be successful in the end.

However, you'll find yourself rooting for the cute canines as the series goes on.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 91%


25. Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian

If you can't get enough of the Star Wars series, this behind-the-scenes series should scratch that itch.

Taking an in-depth look at every aspect of producing the hit show, the series features fascinating roundtable interviews with showrunner Jon Favreau, all the directors involved in each episode and the cast.

It also includes behind-the-scenes footage and how technically advanced the show is in producing the stunning sequences seen on screen.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 97%


26. Encore!

Frozen star Kristen Bell hosts this fun reality music series which brings high school musical students back together as adults.

They work together to recreate their shows and performances from high school.

The former high school students work under the tutelage of Broadway directors, choreographers and voice coaches.

With episodes dedicated to hit musicals such as, Grease, Annie and yes, even High School Musical even non-musical theatre lovers can find fun in this show.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 89%


27. Black Widow

In 2021, Marvel finally delivered on what fans had been waiting years for, a Black Widow origin story.

Scarlett Johansson reprises her role as Natasha Romanoff, with the action taking place after the events of Captain America: Civil War.

Natasha is on the run but soon finds herself having to confront her past as she takes on the leader of the Red Room, the twisted individual who turned her into a spy and took so much from her.

With a strong supporting cast and plenty of action, Black Widow was worth the wait.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 91%


28. Soul

This touching animated film follows Joe, a middle school band teacher who dreams of making it as a jazz musician.

But when he travels to another realm to help someone find their passion, he soon discovers what it means to have soul.

With a voice cast including Jamie Foxx, Tina Fey and Graham Norton, Soul will touch people of all ages.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 88%


29.Home Sweet Home Alone

Yes, it's finally happened. A reboot of the original Home Alone film has been released.

This time, it features an English kid called Max who is accidentally left home alone as his family are in Japan.

However, when a married couple who are desperately in need of cash set their sights on a priceless heirloom in Max's house, he has to do everything in his power to stop them, with chaos ensuing.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: N/A


30. The Muppets

There's nothing like a classic show to keep you entertained and Disney+ certainly delivers with the 2015 comedy series The Muppets.

Set in LA, it follows the lives of The Muppets during production of Up Late with Miss Piggy, a fictional late-night talk show starring Miss Piggy.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 64%


31. Gravity Falls

Twin siblings Dipper and Mabel are set for a catalogue of mysterious events as they travel to the strange town of Gravity Falls in Oregon.

There for their summer holidays, the pair are staying with their great-uncle at his bleak, tourist trap resort.

Created by Alex Hirsch, the animated comedy series ran for two seasons with a total of 40 episodes.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 100%


32. DuckTales

The hilarious antics of Scrooge McDuck and his three nephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, were given a revamp back in 2017.

With the likes of David Tennant, Ashley Jenson and Catherine Tate roped in to voice the animated characters.

So far running for three seasons, there doesn't yet appear to be an end on sight for the popular cartoon.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: N/A


33. Pixar in Real Life

Heartwarming moments as memorable Pixar characters and moments are brought to life on the streets of New York City.

A prank show with a difference which shows the reaction from children and adults alike as Pixar scenes are recreated in front of them.

Episodes include the aquarium escape from Finding Dory, the Toy Story traffic cone rescue and Wall-E roaming the streets of the city.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: N/A


34. The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes

Superhero action based on the original Avengers team for Marvel Comics.

Here the team consists of Iron Man, Giant Man, the Wasp, Thor and the Hulk who work together to capture escaped supervillains.

And there's lots to keep you entertained with 52 episodes across two seasons.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 100%


35. Marvel’s Hero Project

A heartwarming series showing young everyday heroes working in their community.

Viewers watch as their stories are told and they are then surprised with their very own Marvel comic.

The stories range from Genius Gitanjali, a young inventor who creates a device to test for contaminates in water – to the Unstoppable Adonis, a blind American football player determined to make it to the top.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 92%


36. Doug

Doug is a classic animation which follows Doug Funnie, who regularly daydreams about his school crush, Patty Mayonaise while also trying to avoid school bully Roger Klotz.

Doug's mind often runs away with him, whether it's worrying that everyone hates him or seeing himself and best friend Skeeter as pop stars.

However, each episode teaches Doug – and kids watching – that the reality of life is never as overwhelming as it might seem.

No Rotten Tomatoes audience rating


37. Darkwing Duck

This show was originally considered to be a Duck Tales spin-off, but creator Tad Stones revealed in 2016, that Darkwing exists in a parallel universe.

Darkwing is the superheroic alter-ego of ordinary suburban duck Drake Mallard, who takes on a staggering array of villains during the show's 91 episodes.

Couple the excellent animation and storylines with an ear worm of a theme tune and you've got a great cartoon to indulge in.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 90%


38. So Weird

Described by some as 'The X Files for kids', So Weird follows  Fiona “Fi” Phillips and her rock-star mom, as they investigated supernatural phenomenon.

The show had a legion of fans across its three seasons and with it last airing on TV in 2003, it's a great addition to Disney+'s back catalogue.

No Rotten Tomatoes audience rating


39. Big City Greens

This animated series follow country family the Greens as they travel to Big City where they face all sorts of challenges, leading to plenty of jokes.

Young Cricket Green is a fan favourite thanks to his antics, but the whole family and how they interact with each other and the people they meet make this a heartwarming show to watch.

It's a show for all the family and with two seasons now available, it's as good a time as any to get stuck in.

No Rotten Tomatoes audience rating


40. Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers

This was a must-watch for any 90s kid and is still a fun watch today, as the two chipmunks head out on weekly adventures.

As with any detective duo, Chip and Dale have different personalities, with Chip being the responsible one while Dale is all about the fun, and that's what makes it a great watch.

For ages 5-7.

No Rotten Tomatoes audience rating


41. Inside Pixar

This documentary series gives animation fans an insiders look at the Pixar studios and its day-to-day goings on.

With a big new film, Soul, coming out, the team are working around the clock and the behind-the-scenes footage gives an interesting insight into how a hit Pixar film is made.

It will also feature upcoming Pixar artists behind their Sparkshorts program.

No Rotten Tomatoes audience rating


42. Muppets Now

The Muppets have always been popular with kids and this new series features the well known characters in different segments linked together by Scooter.

They include a game show, a cooking show and a talk show, all of which are improvised.

The show has also introduced two new characters,  Joe the Legal Weasel and Beverly Plume.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 53%


43. The Right Stuff

This historical drama is loosely based on the 1979 book of the same name and its 1983 film adapation.

It follows the origin and growth of the United States space program and the original Mercury Seven astronauts and their families.

They become instant celebrities as the nation competes to be the top space program, despite the equal chances of being immortalized or killed in the process.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 75%


44. Marvel's Runaways

This TV series is set in the MCU alongside the hit films, and follows six teenagers from different backgrounds who unite against their parents.

That's because their parents run a criminal organisation called Pride, and the teens have to try and figure out a way to stop them.

With three seasons to enjoy so far, it's a must for any Marvel or comic book superfan.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 77%

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45. Tron Uprising

This animated series is part of the Tron franchise and is set between the Tron and Tron: Legacy films.

It follows Beck (voiced by Elijah Wood), a young program who becomes the leader of a revolution inside the Grid computer world.

Beck is trained by Tron, the greatest warrior the Grid has ever known, to challenge the brutal military occupation of the city of Argon.

He also teaches him to become a courageous and powerful leader and control his impulsive nature.

No Rotten Tomatoes audience rating


46. Dolphin Reef

This documentary is narrated by Hollywood actress Natalie Portman and tracks the life of a young dolphin called Echo.

Echo has a playful personality and wants to explore everything the ocean has to offer, but her pod can only survive and thrive in their coral reef if everyone does their bit.

The documentary follows Echo as she tries to figure out when to be silly and when to grow up and take on new responsibilities, and it is a heartwarming watch.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 91%


47. Marvel's 616

Marvel enthusiasts are sure to devour this docu-series which focuses on a different aspect of the Marvel Universe in each episode.

Episodes include Marvel cosplay, the Japanese version of Spider-Man and the MCU action figures and look at the historical, societal and cultural impact of the franchise.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 100%


48. Earth to Ned

Ned is an alien from outer space who comes to Earth on a mission to invade it, only to fall in love with its pop culture.

This leads him to want to host his own late night talk show where he can interview Earth's top celebrities, abducting famous faces and beaming them into his space ship for a chat.

It may sound a bit nuts, but its a fun watch.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 100%


49. X-Men (1992)

Everyone's favourite X-Men feature in this animated series; Cyclops, Wolverine, Rogue, Storm, Beast, Gambit, Jubilee, Jean Grey, and Professor X.

Staying true to the comics in both the look and feel of the series, it combines stories from the original source material with new ones.

Adopting a more serious tone, it stood out from the competition at the time with its multi-episode story arcs and avoided any cute gimmicks.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 96%


50. Elena of Avalor

If you want a modern day Disney princess, look no further than Elena, a 16-year-old princess who was trapped in an amulet for 41 years.

When she was finally freed, she manages to save her kingdom from an evil sorceress but soon finds ruling with fairness and compassion isn't always easy.

Elena is Disney's first Latinx princess, with her country Avalor created to be a blend of Latin cultures and beliefs.

No Rotten Tomatoes audience rating


51. Car SOS – Season Eight

The penultimate instalment of this motor-mad show has hit Disney +.

It shows the hosts team up with special restoration experts to renovate a series of classic 4X4 cars in the UK and Europe.

The action, fronted by Tim Shaw and Fuzz Townshend, originally aired on National Geographic.

No Rotten Tomatoes audience rating


52. Roll It Back – Season One

Roll It Back is the after-show for Disney-scripted series, Just Roll With It.

The show hones in on what its stars call "the craziest parts" of studio-based show, Just Roll With It, along with an "in depth look at the stunts and messes" the cast got into.

The initial series saw the Bennett and Blatt family getting used to their new family life, while the live-studio audience takes part in the show by giving the characters improv scenes to act out.

No Rotten Tomatoes audience rating


53. Disney Channel Games 2008 – Season One

The third instalment of the Disney Channel's mini series has hit Disney +.

Hosts Cody Linley and Meaghan Jette Martin host the five events including relay races and obstacle courses in Orlando, featuring 37 Disney Channel stars from across the globe.

Miley Cyrus, The Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato provide the music.

No Rotten Tomatoes audience rating


54. Disney's American Dragon: Jake Long

The first season of this cartoon show sees the introduction of schoolboy Jake and his struggle to keep a major secret.

The youngster is, in fact, a descendant of dragons and juggling a 13-year-old's everyday life with training to be the first American Dragon.

The skateboard fan uses his duties as a dragon to help defend the underground, magical world of New York City.

No Rotten Tomatoes audience rating


55. Secrets Of Sulphur Springs

This brand new Disney + series is all about the wonders of time-travel.

A 12-year-old boy and his classmate discover a mysterious portal which takes them back decades.

The time travel is for a purpose, though, with the pair learning clues to help with the disappearance of a young girl from Louisiana.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 80%


56. Love, Victor

This American teen drama is set in – and inspired by – the same world as 2018 film Love, Simon.

Victor is a teen from a half Puerto Rican, half Colombian-American and lives in Atlanta.

The series follows his journey of self-discovery as a new student at Creekwood High School.

Victor struggles with his sexual orientation and he reaches out to Simon – who narrates the series – when things become too much for him.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 93%


57. WandaVision

WandaVision is Marvel's most experimental project to date and focuses on Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff and Vision following the events of Avengers: Endgame.

The couple move to a suburban town in New Jersey and live their lives via a backdrop of classic sitcoms starting in the 1950s and moving through the decades to the present day.

However, all is not as it seems in their seemingly idyllic sitcom world, and as the series progresses things start to unravel spectacularly.

Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany reprise their roles from the films while other characters from the MCU join the show alongside newcomers for a truly spell-binding watch.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 81%


58. Solar Opposites

This adult animated series is from the same team as Rick & Morty and centers around a team of four aliens who escape their exploding home world only to crash land into a move-in ready home in suburban America.

Two think Earth is brilliant thanks to its TV, junk food and humans, while the other two think it is awful because of pollution and consumerism.

Regardless of their position, the team's mission is to protect the Pupa, a living super computer that will eventually evolve into its true form, consume them and terraform the Earth.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 78%


59. Marvel's Helstrom

This series is based on the Marvel comic characters Daimon and Satana Hellstrom and is a standalone story within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The pair are children of a powerful serial killer and hunt the worst of humanity.

Daimon is an ethics professor who hopes to save his loved ones from demons, while Satana – or Ana – runs an auction house as a cover while hunting people who hurt others.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 86%


60. 24

Kiefer Sutherland stars as Jack Bauer in this hit series, with each series covering 24 consecutive hours of Jack's life using a real time method of narration.

Jack is a counter-terrorist agent and across the nine seasons, he encounters many deaths, twists and cliff-hanger endings.

Jack uses people on both sides of the law in a bid to prevent terrorist attacks, with an "ends justifies the means" approach to his job.

24 won numerous awards during its run from 2001 to 2014 including the Golden Globe for Best Drama Series.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 84%


61. Star Wars: The Bad Batch

Members of a unique squad of clones find their way in a changing galaxy in the aftermath of the Clone War. The  animated series created by Dave Filoni or the streaming service is part of the Star Wars, acting as both a sequel to and spin-off from the series Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

The Bad Batch will follow the titular group of elite clones who vary genetically from their brothers in arms and subsequently possess an undetermined loyalty to the Empire.

Struggling to find a new purpose, the 16-episode series will follow the group embarking on a series of mercenary missions as they begin to make their escape from the Imperial ranks.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 96%


62. Disney Wander Over Yonder (series 1-2)

This American animated comedy series created by Craig McCracken follows the adventurous of the optimistic Wander, who rides across the galaxy to help the inhabitants of various planets live freely, against the intentions of Lord Hater to rule the universe.

The series follows Wander, an overly-optimistic intergalactic traveller and his best friend and steed, Sylvia the Zbornak, as they travel from planet to planet helping people to have fun and live free, despite the continuing encroachment of Lord Hater, one of the most powerful villains in the galaxy, and his army of Watchdogs.

In the second season, new villain Lord Dominator begins to conquer the galaxy and focus is on stopping him conquering their planet.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: –


63. Everyone's Hero

A boy begins a grand journey to return Babe Ruth's baseball bat before the deciding game of the 1932 World Series comes to a close.

He comes to a turning point in his life when he faces a critical decision: Should he take a chance and possibly become a hero, or should he play it safe? Though the odds are stacked against him, he begins a cross-country adventure to return Babe Ruth's baseball bat before the deciding game of the 1932 World Series.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 44%


64. Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer

The Fantastic Four learn that they aren't the only super-powered beings in the universe when they face off against the powerful Silver Surfer and the planet-eating Galactus.

The Silver Surfer, an intergalactic herald serving Galactus, plans to destroy the Earth for his master. However, the four superheroes must intervene and battle the villainous force to save the planet.

It is the and sequel to the 2005 film Fantastic Four. Both films are based on the Fantastic Four comic bookand were directed by Tim Story.

The film features a star-studded cast including Ioan Gruffudd, Jessica Alba and Chris Evans and won the 2008 Golden Trailer Award for Best Teaser Poster. At the 2008 Kids Choice Awards, Jessicawon for Favorite Female Movie Star.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 51%

65. Flika 2

The heartwarming film is about a city girl who finds herself in the country not by choice and befriends a horse. Neither girl or horse are wanted; and they find a common bond.

After the death of her mother, Carrie McLaughlin  has been living with her grandmother in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. When her grandmother needs to go to a nursing home, Carrie has to move in with her father Hank,a rancher in Wyoming, whom she hasn't seen since she was a baby.

Initially reluctant to adapt to country living, Carrie soon meets Flicka, a beautiful black mustang. The pair go on an adventure of self-discovery and some romance thrown in for good measure.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 72%


66.The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier follows Sam Wilson, played by Anthony Mackie, and Bucky Barnes, played by Sebastian Stan, in the aftermath of Avengers: Endgame.

As the world begins to pick itself back up again after Thanos' snap, Sam and Bucky slowly but surely find their paths in the world.

Sam toys with the idea of taking up the mantle of Captain America throughout the series after the icon's untimely death.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 89%

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67. Sparkshorts

Shorts have always been a huge part of Pixar's success since the earliest groundbreakers.

So it only seemed right that the studio's Disney Plus offering includes a series of experimental shorts made by up and coming film-makers, designers and artists.

The shorts were made by Pixar employees in just six months and on a limited budget, and were originally released to Pixar's YouTube channel.

For quick, easy viewing – the shorts tend to be less than ten minutes long.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 78%


68. The Imagineering Story

If there's one thing about Disney that makes them different – it's their incredible theme parks that capture the hearts of children and adults across the globe.

While most of us have likely taken a trip there, we don't often consider what goes on behind the scenes.

Well, at last Disney has found a way to show us, with a six-hour documentary series detailing the history of its ever-growing empire.

If you're a keen roller-coaster rider, you'll love seeing how the iconic attractions are brought to life.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 100%


69. Godmothered

Set at Christmas time, Godmothered is a comedy about inexperienced fairy godmother-in-training known as Eleanor, played by Jillian Bell.

After finding out her profession is facing extinction, she decides to get out there and show the world how fun becoming a fairy-godmother can be.

Finding a letter from a 10-year-old girl from the past, Eleanor tracks down the now 40-year-old Mackenzie, played by Isla Fisher, who is a mother-of-one and working in Boston.

Eleanor is determined to give Mackenzie a happiness makeover whether she likes it or not – and prove the greatness of godmothers once again.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 70%


70. Hawkeye

Hawkeye sees Avengers star Jeremy Renner get his chance to expand on his character from the Marvel films.

He stars alongside Hailee Steinfeld, who plays Kate Bishop, a young woman who has idolised Cliff Barton for years before one day needing his help to get her out of a sticky situation.

However, the problem continues to get more complicated as the hours tick by, all the while Cliff is desperate to get things wrapped up once and for all and make it home to his family for Christmas in time.

But to do so, he needs to confront enemies from his past as Ronin first, leading to plenty of action and drama.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 90%


71. Glee


The series that cemented producer Ryan Murphy as a power player, Glee follows a group of misfits who make up a high-school glee club. Known for its classic mashups and covers of famous songs, the series was praised for tackling topics never before done on a network teen dramedy.

Glee broke boundaries all while singing and dancing and is available on Disney+'s new channel, Star.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 70%


72. Napoleon Dynamite


Also on Star is the animated adaptation of the cult film of the same name. Following the success of the absurdist 2004 film, the actor return to voice the story of an Idaho high-school über-nerd who lives with his biker grandmother and geeky brother. This short lived series is bound to give you plenty of chuckles.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 48%


73. Futurama


The Simpsons creator Matt Groening's follow-up project about a man from 1999 who thaws out in the 31st century. Despite only being on air for five years, the sci-fi animated comedy inspires passion from its fans who have kept the show alive on DVDs and now, streaming services such as, Star.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 93%


74. Loki

Everybody's favourite God of Mischief returns with his very own series after audiences last saw Loki coming to a grisly end in Avengers: Infinity War.

The part-drama, part-comedy time heist features Tom Hiddleston reprising his star making role with relish as the series attempts to find out 'what makes a Loki, a Loki?'

A camp romp for anyone who loves the demi-god, but also perfect for those new to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 97%

75. The Chi

A coming of age drama that follows a series of interrelated characters living in the south side of Chicago.

Penned by Emmy award winner Lena Waithe, The Chi has just been renewed for a fourth season and is a must for anyone who loves a thoughtful and heartfelt drama.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 66%


76. What If…?

Following the epic finale of Loki and the creation of the multiverse, Marvel will take fans on a wild trip into what exactly the Loki variants started.

What If…? explores alternate timelines in the multiverse that show what would happen if major moments from the MCU films occurred differently.

The new Disney+ series will place classic Marvel superhero characters in different circumstances unfamiliar to fans.

What If…? is Marvel's first animated series and is reportedly part of Phase Four of the MCU.

Multiple actors who starred as the famed superheroes in the MCU films return to voice their animated characters.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 83%


77. Bless The Harts

Starring comedy icons, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Fortune Feimster and Kumail Nanjiani, the animated series loosely lives in the same universe as King of the Hill.

It follows a working-class family living in North Carolina where waitress Jenny Hart, struggles to make ends meet, and lives with her artistically talented daughter Violet Hart and mother Betty Hart.

Jenny works at The Last Supper, a religious themed restaurant, with her high school bestie, Brenda. 

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 82%


78. Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders

A spin-off from the hit original series, Criminal Minds, the series does much like its name suggests and solves crime beyond American borders.

FBI agents work with the fictional International Response Team (IRT) to solve heinous crimes committed by Americans on international soil.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 56%


79. Dollface

2 Broke Girls' Kat Dennings stars in this comedy which follows her character who has been dumped out of nowhere by her longtime boyfriend.

Things get a little whacky as she has to overcome her wild imagination to both figuratively and metaphorically re-enter the world of women, and reestablish the female

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 58%


80. The Americans

The critically acclaimed series follows the Jennings family, headed by Phil and Elizabeth who seem like a normal American family.

But in fact the pair are Russian spies posing as Americans in suburban Washington, D.C., during the Reagan administration.

Their arranged marriage is complicated but passionate and their KGB spy lives are made all the more tense after FBI agent Stan Beeman, who is tasked with uncovering Soviet moves in across the road.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 96%


81. The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers

If you enjoyed the 90s film starring Joshua Jackson, you'll be sure to be a fan of this remake.

A series based on the original movie, the hockey team once classed as the underdogs are now a powerhouse to be reckoned with.

Emilio Estevez reprises his original role when 12-year-old Evan fails to make the cut and his mother encourages him to form a new team with help from Gordon Bombay, the Ducks' original coach.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 87%


82. Modern Family

If you haven't yet dipped into this comedy about extended family life – what are you waiting for?

Filmed in a mockumentary style, everything is covered from teenage angst to same-sex couples and blended families.

With cast including Sofia Vergara, Ariel Winter and Jesse Tyler Ferguson, the show ran for 11 years.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 85%


83. Behind the Attraction

Fans of Disney parks and everything associated with them will love this dive into the story behind specific attractions.

Find out everything from the origins of the attraction to how it has evolved over the years.

Paget Brewster narrates for laughs in this light-hearted documentary series, with Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson among the listed executive producers.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 75%


84. Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2

Frozen 2 was given the accolade of the second highest-grossing animated film of all time and Into the Unknown shows what the journey was like bringing the movie to life.

It gives an insight into the battle to produce a sequel to a huge hit, with all aspects of the film being constantly reworked.

If anything, it will give viewers a greater understanding of the talent needed – from technicians to animators – to pull off such an achievement.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: n/a


85. The Owl House

Brought to viewers from the mind of Dana Terrace, a veteran writer on both DuckTales and Gravity Falls.

An animated television series which sees a human child accidentally end up in a fantasy realm where she's guided by a witch called Edna and a demon called King in her own bid to become a true witch

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 100%


86. The Book of Boba Fett

Star Wars fans were delighted when Boba Fett made a surprise return in season two of The Mandalorian.

At the end, his own series was teased and The Book of Boba Fett see the titular character (played by Temuera Morrison) and Fennec Shand attempt to make a name for themselves in the galaxy's underworld by taking over the territory once controlled by Jabba the Hutt.

The series takes place across two timelines: alongside The Mandalorian and Ahsoka, and immediately after the events of  the Return of the Jedi movie.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 75%


87. X-Men

Arguably the TV show that set Marvel on its path to big-screen dominance, this long-running 90s cartoon was pioneering in the way it took the serialised storytelling of comic books to kids' TV.
The true classic is loaded with familiar characters, surprising complex, and delivers new takes on classic X-storylines.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 96%

88. Encanto

This glorious Disney animation follows the Madrigals, an extraordinary family who live in a charmed place called the Encanto, which is hidden in the mountains of Colombia.

Encanto's magic has blessed every child in the family with a unique gift – except a child called Mirabel.

However, she soon gets to prove herself when she discovers that magic surrounding the Encanto is in danger.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 93%

89. 24

This US crime drama sees Kiefer Sutherland star as counter-terrorist agent Jack Bauer.
The Emmy-winning series, which originally aired on Fox from 2001 until 2010, follows Jack as he attempts to stop terrorist plots, with each series covering 24 hours in the government agent's life.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 87%

90. How I Met Your Mother

This much-loved sitcom, which ran on CBS from 2005 until 2014, follows a group of friends living in New York City while in 2030, with Ted telling his children how he met their mother and his wife.
Starring Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders, Neil Patrick Harris and Alyson Hannigan, this Emmy-winning series makes for a fun rewatch – even if the show's finale proved to be controversial amongst fans.

Rotten Tomatoes audience rating: 84%

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