Priority Viewing for Disney Parks Fans! New Disney+ Series Behind the Attraction Debuts July 16th

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Have you ever wanted to see what it looks like inside Space Mountain with the lights on? Or perhaps dreamed of stepping foot inside the iconic ballroom in Haunted Mansion?

Disney invites you to peek behind the curtain of Imagineering when a new series – Behind the Attraction – debuts on Disney+ July 16th.

The 10-part series will be narrated by Paget Brewster (Criminal Minds), and will take Disney Parks fans and theme park geeks on an unforgettable tour through the creation of some of Disney’s most memorable attractions. Viewers will relish in never-before-seen footage and photographs that will chronicle the creation, development, construction, and improvements of some of Disney’s most beloved attractions.

According to Disney Parks Blog, the series will feature interviews with a literal who’s who of Disney Legends and Imagineers, including Bob Weis, Jeanette Lomboy, Kim Irvine, Scott Trowbridge, Tom Fitzgerald, Scot Drake, Carmen Smith, Joe Rohde, and others. These talented Disney creators will share their experiences and secrets of the parks, and how some iconic Disney attractions were brought to life.

Did I mention, the series is produced by The Rock? You won’t want to miss this one!

Here are the attractions that will be covered in the show:

  • The Jungle Cruise
  • The Haunted Mansion
  • Star Tours
  • The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
  • The Castles
  • The Disneyland Hotel
  • Space Mountain
  • It’s a small world
  • Trains, Trams, and Monorails
  • The Hall of Presidents

What attraction would you most like to learn about?

 


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