The New Disney Plus Movies And Shows To Watch Right Now

"The Imagineering Story" - available now

Disneyland and Disney World fans will want to tune in to see this. This six-hour series chronicles the history of Walt Disney Imagineering, the talented crew that make the magic at the Disney parks around the world. It covers the early days with Walt Disney at the helm all the way up to the Galaxy's Edge.

"Encore!" - available now

Encore! — hosted and produced by Kristen Bell ("Frozen," "The Good Place") — is a reality show where she reunites the casts of high school musicals to take another go at their productions.  

"The World According to Jeff Goldblum" - available now

Journey along with Jeff Goldblum ("Jurassic Park," "Thor: Ragnarok") as he travels the world to explore subjects that are of interest to him from how tattoos, ice-cream, and sneakers are made and developed.

"One Day at Disney" - available now

On December 3, Disney Plus began streaming the feature-length special "One Day at Disney," the same day that the book "One Day at Disney" was released. The program (and book) features more than 75 Disney cast members who make the magic from a train engineer at Disneyland to Robin Roberts of "Good Morning America" to the prolific animation artist Eric Goldberg. Following the launch of the feature-length special, Disney Plus also began streaming a 52-episode short-form series.

"Muppets Now" - available now

This new comedy series stars Jim Henson's beloved Muppets. Each episode of the series is separated into different segments, like a lifestyle vlog, a cooking show, and a talk show. The first season features six episodes.

"Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings" - available now

"Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings" is moving from Disney's Freeform to Disney Plus for its second season in 2020. The program gives viewers an inside look at weddings and engagements at Disney Destinations around the world from Disneyland to the Disney Cruise Line. Season one is currently available to watch.

"Into the Unknown: The Making of Frozen 2" — available now

"Frozen 2" hit theaters in November of 2019. For those who can't get enough of Elsa, Anna, and the gang, they'll be able to get the inside scoop on how "Frozen 2" was created with the cast, the music team, and others in this docu-series.

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Be Our Chef" - available now

Angela Kinsey ("The Office") hosts "Be Our Chef," a new reality cooking competition show. Based in Walt Disney World, families will compete by creating dishes that mix their own traditions with the magic of Disney. The grand prize will be the honor of having their dish served at Walt Disney World.

"Shop Class" -

available now

The competition show "Shop Class" will consist of teams of creative students who are challenged to design, build, and test new contraptions.  Their creations will be judged on how they engineered and designed the items, as well as a test to make sure it works.

"Prop Culture" -

available now

Die-hard Disney film fans will want to tune into "Prop Culture." The show takes a look at the props and costumes from films such as "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl," "Mary Poppins," "The Muppet Movie," and "Tron." They'll visit with the people who made the items, the actors who used the items, and the collectors and archivists who cherish the items.

"Earth to Ned" — available now

The Jim Henson Company is creating an "out-of-this-world" talk show where Ned, a blue-skinned alien and his sidekick Cornelius, do interviews with celebrity guests. The aliens were sent to Earth for an invasion but instead become obsessed with pop culture and create a talk show.

"Becoming" - now available

Basketball superstar LeBron James is partnering with Disney Plus on a new heartwarming docuseries. The show will explore the origin stories of celebrities and athletes such as the Lakers' Anthony Davis, Los Angeles Sparks' Candace Parker, and comedian and TV host Nick Cannon.

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Magic of Animal Kingdom" -

now available

National Geographic (which is now part of Disney) is producing a series based on Animal Kingdom and Epcot's SeaBase Aquarium at Walt Disney World. The show will give a behind the scenes look at how these areas operate, how they go about protecting endangered species, and the efforts of the Disney Conservation Fund.

"Rogue Trip" - now available

Journalist Bob Woodruff and his 27-year-old son Max, embark on a road trip, heading to destinations that are off the beaten path in search of unique experiences to share with viewers.

"(Re)Connect" -

To be announced

In this reality show, families struggling with issues — like workaholic parents and competitive siblings — address their problems with the help of specialized experts. The goal is for them all, as the title implies, to reconnect.

"Earthkeepers" -

To be announced

The documentary series "Earthkeepers" will follow conservationists and the animals that they study. During the series, the creators hope that viewers get a sense of the "personal trials and professional breakthroughs that come with protecting the planet's most endangered species."

"Ink & Paint" -

To be announced

Based on the book "Ink & Paint: The Women of Walt Disney's Animation" written by Mindy Johnson, this eight-part series pays tribute to the women who have had a big part of the films of the Walt Disney Company from "Snow White," "Coco," to "Moana," and many more.

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