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Disney+ 2020 movie release schedule

Disney+ launched with tons of movies and TV shows, but a busy 2020 and 2021 release schedule has emerged.

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Disney+ is the hottest arrival in the streaming TV space since Netflix. It launched in the US and Canada on 12 November and will launch in Australia and New Zealand on 19 November. The day-one movie and TV line-up is robust. However, there’s a chance the one title you were after is missing. Maybe it’s Coco? Maybe it’s Marvel’s Avengers? Perhaps it’s the first National Treasure?

Thankfully a host of release dates have been revealed for legacy content that did not make launch. It’s actually right there in the interface if you search for it. It’s quite a task to go through it all, but don’t worry, we’ve done it for you.

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The announced list of upcoming Disney+ movie release dates includes titles appearing late in 2019, through to 2020 and even into 2021. No doubt, these dates coincide with existing streaming licences with rival services lapsing. Although it’s curious that only movies, not TV shows, have been highlighted in the 2020 schedule.

Will these movies release in all Disney+ territories?

What we can’t tell you at this stage is which territories will receive this content on the date in the table below. We know this is the planned release date for the United States only. And planned doesn’t mean set in stone. Things change. They change all the time in the complex world of streaming TV.

It’s also worth noting that there is a stack of new original content in the works for Disney+. Not to mention cinema-bound blockbusters migrating to the service. Plus, there is a humongous back catalogue of TV shows yet to receive release dates, too. So, this list will bloom. And as dates for these shows come to light, we’ll update the list below.

Which movies are coming to Disney+ in 2020?

We collected data on 12 November 2019, but it is subject to change at any time. While we make every attempt to ensure the accuracy of the data, this is intended as a point-in-time analysis of the service and may not be reflective of the actual Disney+ library.
Content Disney+ release date Genres Runtime (min) Initial Release Date
Hamilton 3 July 2020 Musical TBA 2020
Jane 12 September 2020 Documentary, Biographical, Animals & Nature 90 2017
Monsters at Work 2020 Family, Comedy, Animation TBA 2020
Home Alone TBA Family, Comedy TBA TBA
Prince Anders TBA Coming of age, Family, Action-Adventure TBA TBA
Cassian Andor TBA Superhero, Fantasy, Comedy, Action-Adventure, Science Fiction TBA TBA
Obi-Wan Kenobi TBA Superhero, Fantasy, Comedy, Action-Adventure, Science Fiction TBA TBA

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