October is coming fast and we now have a preliminary list of what to expect on Disney+ next month. Of course we already knew about The Mandalorian Season 2, but we are also getting other movies like Maleficent and The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.
Let’s take a look at what we know is coming:
Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom – Episode Two – Kenya, the Gutsy Giraffe
Mr Holland’s Opus
Weird But True – Episode 308 –Our Solar System
One Day At Disney Short- Episode 144
Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom – Episode Three – Happy Birthday, Gino!
The Right Stuff – Episodes 1 & 2
Weird But True – Episode 309 – Cooking
One Day At Disney Short – Episode 145
Beverly Hills Chihuahua
The Right Stuff – Episode 3
Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom – Episode Four – Aardvark Love!
Weird But True – Episode 310 – Explorers
One Day At Disney Short – Episode 146
Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom – Episode Five – Betty and the Beast
The Right Stuff – Episode 4
Weird But True – Episode 311 – Scuba Diving
One Day At Disney Short – Episode 147
Star Wars: The Mandalorian – Season 2 – Episode 1
Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom – Episode Six – The Big Egg Switcheroo
The Right Stuff – Episode 5
Weird But True – Episode 312 – Camping
One Day At Disney Short – Episode 148
I know there are already a lot of Halloween shows on Disney+ right now like the Halloweentown movies. Or Trick-or-Treat with Donald Duck, his nephews and Witch Hazel (which is one of my favorites.) Ichabod and Mr. Toad has the popular Legend of Sleepy Hollow movie. The old Mr. Boogedy and Bride of Boogedy are also on Disney+ as is Hocus Pocus.
Personally I would love to see them add Disney’s Halloween Treat, and I’m still holding out hope there. But I’m happy have the two Boogedy movies and the Halloweentown ones. Looking forward to the Sorcerer’s Apprentice as well.
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