50 Best Shows on Disney Plus

For those of us who have gotten the addictive and gratifying taste of binge-watching ceaselessly. If you have run out of shows to watch, Disney Plus offers a slew of exciting new originals, reality shows, thought-provoking documentaries, and classic animated series. Thankfully, we have done the heavy lifting for you and selected the 50 best shows on Disney Plus that are worth your time.

Marvel’s Runaways

While it may not have a lofty place in the Marvel Comics Universe, Marvel’s Runaways offers a refreshing take on regular teens turned rebels. A group of six teenagers leading an ordinary life happens upon a dark secret about their parents. Who they thought to be good samaritans are actually the ringleaders of an evil clique. This new conflict and confusion make them band together to stop their parent’s nefarious plans. The show also expertly deals with sensitive subjects of sexual harassment, substance abuse, and same-sex attraction.

Phineas and Ferb

What does a pair of overly active young stepbrothers do to make the most of summer vacation? Anything from building a time machine to making a feature film. While Phineas and Ferb are busy bringing their grand inventions to life, their teenage sister Candace wants nothing more than thwarting their schemes. However, fate works in their favor, and they never really get caught. Also on their side is their seemingly simple-minded pet, Perry the Platypus, who nobody knows is actually a secret agent. Although it’s originally intended for a young audience of under-12, the witty dialog and humor make it quite an interesting watch even for adults. 

The Simpsons

Does the most famous and longest-running TV show in history really needs an introduction? With 31 seasons (and counting), The Simpsons first aired in 1989 and instantly became a favorite for its intelligent humor and satirical take on cultural and political topics. The show focuses on oft-chaotic but always adventurous life of a dysfunctional middle-class family. Homer and Marge Simpson, along with their children Bart, Lisa, and Maggie, deliver clever jibes that might not be entirely kids-friendly; still the characters have certainly become pop culture icons.

The Mandalorian

Created by Jon Favreau, The Mandalorian is one of Disney’s most hyped shows and for all the right reasons. A glorious addition to the Star Wars franchise, The Mandalorian offers magic, mystery, violence, and adventure but, most importantly, an adorable Baby Yoda that you might already know, took the internet by storm. The story is set five years after Return of the Jedi as a lone bounty hunter navigates the lawless galaxy and fights the chaos together with a little green alien. While it’s a standalone series with a story of its own, it stays loyal to its roots and expands the Mandalorian culture in a fascinating way.

Kim Possible

The animated spy-comedy follows Kim Possible on her adventures as she saves the world from the evil genius Dr. Drakken and villainess Shego. Kim Possible might look like your ordinary high school cheerleader, but she is actually a trained spy who fights crime alongside her best friend Ron Stoppable, his pet Rufus and Wade, a prodigal computer genius who calls himself the ‘Kimmunicator.’ Follow the high school heroes as they go through the emotional toll of growing up and tackling high school social pressure alongside crime-fighting.

The Imagineering Story

Disneyland is the dream destination of many, but what if you get the free backstage pass to everything you love about it? This six-episode documentary is that pass for you. As fascinating and awe-inspiring as the theme parks themselves, The Imagineering Story offers an unprecedented insight into the creation of Disney’s empire. From the conceptualization of the first theme park to the stories behind game-changing attractions like The Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, Space Mountain, and The Mattador, the series gives us a behind-the-scenes look through archival footage and interviews. Each episode tells a new tale and unfolds like a metaphorical dismantling of a toy to see the inner workings. If you’re a Disney fan, you will love every moment of it.

Gravity Falls

This animated television series is an underrated masterpiece. Boasting a plot laden with mystery and humor, Gravity Falls is fit for people of all ages. The show follows an adorable set of twins, Dipper and Mabel Pines, as they travel to the town of Gravity Falls. What was supposed to be a fun little summer vacation turns into a bizarre oddity. Spooky, surreal, and supernatural occurrences become common, but what makes them even more interesting is the comedy and chemistry between the characters. If you are a fan of animated series, this is something you should definitely watch.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Interesting characters, exceptional story arcs, and heart-pumping battle sequences – this animated series has everything to entice and engage a Star Wars fan. Even if you’re not, the drama, romance, mystery, and the convincing fantasy world of the series will make you one. The story explores the events that took place between Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith – episode 2 and episode 3 of the original film series. Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi lead the Republic against the Separatist forces. Also introduced is Padawan Ahsoka Tano whose journey from a student to a headstrong leader is anything but boring. As war swallows the whole galaxy, bounty hunters, clone armies, and mythology come to life.

Boy Meets World

Boy Meets World is all about the usual perils of navigating high school life except with a witty and coming-of-age approach. Premiered in 1993, the show follows the antics of Cory Matthews as he juggles school, friendships, family, and romance. Guiding him along the way is his best friend Shawn, childhood sweetheart Topanga, and teacher Mr. Feeny. Spanning over 7 seasons, the show offers life lessons and many laughs while also smartly tackling the most intricate subjects like child abuse, sexual harassment, and alcoholism. If you fancy a nostalgic trip down the memory lane of your own teen life or just looking for some genius comedy, Boy Meets World is perfect for you.

Star Wars: Rebels

Featuring new characters, a compelling storyline, and a series of spectacular space chases and battles, the animated show is set five years before A New Hope. The story follows Ezra, a crafty orphan boy who joins an ambitious group of rebels. The starship crew then takes it upon themselves to fight the Galactic Empire hell-bent on hounding the last Jedi Knights. While Star Wars: Rebels offers a healthy mix of humor and heart, neatly tucked into the plot is also the message of duty, selflessness, and sacrifice.

One Strange Rock

Hosted by Will Smith, One Strange Rock is a beautiful, fascinating, and cinematically stunning dive into the complexities of planet Earth. We all know some basics, but what is Earth from the perspective of astronauts who view it from the outer space? Each hour-long episode explores thought-provoking phenomena, including the origin of life, oxygen, human intelligence, and the possibility of other inhabitable planets. If you are someone with even the remotest interest in documentaries, this is the one you shouldn’t miss.

X-Men: The Animated Series

Easily the best animated depiction of the Marvel Comics universe that we all love – X-Men: The Animated Series first premiered in 1992 and became an instant success. Professor Charles Xavier heads a school for gifted mutants and dreams of peaceful coexistence between them and humans. The series boasts the largest ensemble of comic book characters, including Wolverine, Cyclops, Storm, Gambit, Beast, and Rogue, amongst many others. The valiant heroes must fight against super villain Magneto and an evil government hell-bent on eradicating all mutant life.

Hannah Montana

All of us, at one point or another, have spotted Hannah Montana-themed toys, stationery, backpacks, and even clothing while perusing the aisles of supermarkets. That’s how popular the show was among the kids and still is. First aired in 2006, Hannah Montana revolves around 14-year-old Miley Stewart, who is a regular schoolgirl by the day and a pop-singer by night. Brimming with silly situations and lighthearted humor, the show explores the typical teen challenges of self-expression, friendships, and romance. If you’re looking for some kid-friendly entertainment, this is it.

Good Luck Charlie

This surprisingly relatable, family-oriented sitcom is a treat to watch amidst the sea of superhero-themed TV shows on Disney. Good Luck Charlie revolves around a regular American family facing everyday challenges while also caring for a new (unexpected) baby. With their mother deciding to go back to work and dad busy with his business, the kids must keep their new sister out of trouble. Full of memorable life lessons, wholesome family love, and heartwarming moments, the show will take you on a nostalgic trip.

Life Below Zero

What is it like to live in a subzero degree region with the closest neighbor being 300 miles away? Deep in the least populated state of the US, where winter means a viscous battle with snowstorms, wild predators, and frozen landscapes, life is not easy. This documentary shows us how six resilient Alaskan residents struggle to survive in the middle of nowhere. If you want to experience something real and substantial without the superficiality of the regular television, Life Below Zero will be a great watch.

Year Million

Sci-fi shows like Black Mirror and Love, Death & Robots have given us a shocking yet plausible glimpse into the near future. But what happens after 1 million years? What would it be like being a human when technology and intelligence have transcended everything that we know now? This docu-drama, with the help of scientists, scholars, and futurists, guides us through the possibility of existence that’s beyond our musings. From droid children and off-world travel to space colonization and living inside virtual worlds, Year Million shows us a future that’s both spectacular and scary.  

Agent Carter

Action, espionage, and witty dialog are at the heart of this period series. Set in 1946, Agent Carter expands on the life of Peggy Carter, who we saw quite little of in Captain America: The First Avenger. After losing the love of her life, Steve Rogers, Peggy leads a double life as a mild-mannered administrative worker at the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR) while also acting as a lethal undercover agent for Howard Stark. Amidst the scintillating action, the show also gives us a few laughs in the form of delightful banter between Peggy and her associate Edwin Jarvis. Agent Carter is even more likable due to the fact that she doesn’t have any superpowers like the rest of the Marvel heroes, and yet she preserves through her intellect, strength, self-reliance.


DuckTales is considered one of the most popular animated TV shows from the ’80s because who doesn’t love insanely adorable ducklings and a treasure trove of adventures? This timeless classic tells a tale of a wealthy business magnate Scrooge McDuck and his goofy but resourceful little nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie. As they all trot the globe to collect more riches, they must also defeat three villains and their unrelenting attempts at stealing Scrooge’s fortune. Among cartoons that are imaginative, inspirational, adventuresome, and completely safe for kids content-wise, DuckTales would take the crown. While you’re at it, you can also check out the latest version of the show aired in 2017, which is also available to stream on Disney Plus.

Hostile Planet

Disney Plus houses a good number of National Geographic’s most noted documentaries, and Hostile Planet is undoubtedly one of the best ones. Featuring fascinating footage, dramatic music and some hard-hitting climate facts, this six-part wildlife series takes us to the most treacherous, terrifying, and unforgivable landscapes and sheds light on the resilience and adaptability of animals living in these environments against all the odds.

Pick of the Litter

How many dog shows are too many, is not the question you ask a dog lover. Even if you’re not a dog lover (highly unlikely), the show’s six adorable puppies will make you gobble up the entire series without a stop. Pick of the Litter follows the fascinating journey of pups receiving training to become the Guide Dogs for the Blind. With many tender moments shared between the pups and families raising them, this series is inspiring and educational and an absolute delight to watch.

Girl Meets World

Another Boy Meets World except from a girl’s perspective. While Girl Meets World couldn’t touch the brilliance of the wildly popular original series, it still holds a respectable place among Disney’s well-received sitcoms. Bringing back the old characters from Boy Meets World as parents of 11-year-old Riley Matthews, the show successfully revives the nostalgic charm while setting the table for the new story. Just like her father, Riley also goes through ups and downs of preteen life with the help of her best friend, Maya Hart. Funny with many nuggets of wisdom, Girl Meets World is the perfect lighthearted family entertainment.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Packing some serious action, wit, humor, drama, and inter-woven storylines, this show is a must-watch for Avengers fans. Part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. revolves around a secret government agency of the same name designated to keep tabs on superheroes and maintain peace on Earth. Agent Phil Coulson leads a team of highly skilled agents who combat aliens, super-villains, and a covert evil organization called Hydra that threaten world peace.


An enlightening and engaging animated television series produced by Disney, Recess celebrates playtime and peculiarities of children. We experience life through the eyes of T.J, Ashley, Vince, Gus, Gretchen, and Mikey, six misfit but courageous fourth-graders from Third Street School. The band of friends decides to protect kids in the playground ruled by the merciless sixth-grader King Bob and his evil sidekicks. King Bob writes his own version of laws to be followed in the playground, but our thoughtful little heroes must make it a peaceful place for all.

Andi Mack

The family-comedy drama follows artsy teenager Andi Mack and her friends. Andi Mack’s life spirals into confusion on her 13th birthday after finding out that her non-conformist elder sister ‘Bex’ is actually her real mother and ‘Celia’ whom she thought was her mother since birth, is actually her grandmother. The family secret propels Andi onto a journey of self-discovery along with her best friends Cyrus and Buffy, who are there for her every step of the way.

Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted

Refreshing and exciting, Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted takes the unapologetic perfectionist out of the kitchen and into the wilderness and remote areas, where ingredients are hard to source and cooking techniques are as sacred as the culture of inhabitants. The audience follows Gordon Ramsay as he travels far and wide to interact with people of different countries and concocts a fusion of culinary delights. The show offers a unique and in-depth glimpse into the exotic food and lifestyle, which is as enjoyable as it’s educational.

Spider-Man – The Animated Series

By far, the best animated version of the beloved comic book character Spider-Man from Marvel Comics. The nostalgic value alone is enough for you to consider binge-watching this exceptional comic book character come to life. Meet Peter Parker, an ordinary kid who gets superpowers after he is bitten by a radioactive spider. The 65 episode-long arc features Spiderman saving New York from some of our favorite super-villains within the Spider-Man universe, including the Green Goblin, Rhino, Doc Ock, Sandman, Lizard, Electro, Mysterio, and Kingpin amongst many others.

Running Wild with Bear Grylls

What happens when celebrities leave their cushy lifestyle to survive in the wilderness with limited resources around? Running Wild with Bear Grylls featuring the most resilient survivalist himself will let you know. We’re all left in awe as he manages to get different celebrities to tag along with him on a 48-hour grueling journey that is not for the faint-hearted. Together they face menacing conditions that require them to push themselves to their absolute limit. The show has featured a star-studded line up in each episode, with the likes of Brie Larson, Zac Efron, Channing Tatum, Ben Stiller, Kate Winslet, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Hudson, Michelle Rodriguez, James Marsden, and former President Obama. The best part is, in addition to going against the odds in the most rugged conditions, we also get to see the authentic self of celebrities as they share their experiences, making the show all the more interesting.

Drain the Oceans

A jaw-dropping underwater adventure, Drain the Oceans is one of the unmissable documentaries on Disney Plus. Discover maritime mysteries that have been the subject of intrigue since the dawn of time. The 10 episodes long series explores and attempts to make sense of the inexplicable via a combination of scientific data and digital re-creations. Ground-breaking technology allows us to finally figure out what lies on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico, the Nile, the Indian Ocean, the Baltic Sea, and the Atlantic Ocean. The show attempts to decipher what happened to infamous shipwrecks, folklore treasures, and the legendary sunken city of Atlantis.

The World According To Jeff Goldblum

Jeff Goldblum’s lovable unique personality has often made the world wonder why he doesn’t have a show. Disney heard the world and decided to gift us with a quirky off-beat general knowledge show led by the Hollywood oddball Jeff Goldblum. The audience gets a highly fascinating peek inside the eccentric mind of Jeff Goldblum and how he perceives the world. His unconventional and whimsical approach to deciphering the most common objects around us like ice-cream, denim, sneakers, tattoos, and more will have you hooked. All in all, The World According To Jeff Goldblum is a uniquely thought-provoking documentary that promises you science, history, and exciting ideas.

Diary of a Future President

The Diary of a Future President has made it to the top of Disney’s best shows with its sincere and progressive approach towards tween entertainment. While wit, sweetness, and positivity are at the core of this show, it also expertly discusses puberty matters and real-life tween problems hushed in other shows. Elena Cañero-Reed, the President of the United States, revisits her childhood through the diary she always kept. We follow her journey as she narrates and reminiscences about all the challenges she overcame during the course of her life. Wading through social drama, family relationships, new emotions, and the consequent stress, we witness a young girl determined to achieve big things.

Legend Of The Three Caballeros

Legend of the Three Caballeros is a spectacular throwback to the popular 1944 classic Disney film. The audience is reunited with Donald Duck, José Carioca, and Panchito Gonzalez. We meet our heroes after Donald Duck has inherited a cabana from his great-grandfather Clinton Coot, along with a Brazilian parrot and a Mexican rooster. The trio is catapulted into a world of fantasy and adventure after they find a magical book, which when opened releases Xandra the Goddess. Xandra sets them out on a quest to vanquish evil sorcerer Lord Felldrake’s descendant Sheldgoose who has obtained a magical staff and aims to revive the buried evil.

Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet

Meet super-vet Dr. Michelle Oakley, the most dedicated veterinarian alive. Marvel as she single-handedly holds down the fort in Northern Canada for the Yukon Wildlife Preserve even though it’s a 100 miles away from her clinic in Haines Junction. She travels for hundreds of miles on the rugged terrain to perform house calls for her patients, while also operating a satellite clinic. Seeing her calming juggling life between being a mother, a wife, and a super-vet is truly inspiring. The series documents her dedication and courage to do the impossible whilst maintaining her composure and lighthearted humor. With educational undertones, Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet is a must-watch even with your family.

The Muppets

A remarkable mockumentary series similar to The Office and Modern Family, The Muppets sees Kermit the frog and the entire gang of Muppets coming back to Los Angeles. Follow the Muppets wading through their everyday personal and professional lives during the production of ‘Up Late with Miss Piggy’ that airs after Jimmy Kimmel Live! The smart, witty, imaginative, and exposé-style journey of the Muppets navigating relationships, ambitions, achievements, and setbacks, is a must-see for Muppet aficionados.

Pixar In Real Life

All of us grew up loving the adorable Pixar characters and their heartwarming stories. But what if while leisurely taking a walk in the park, you stumbled upon Woody from Toy Story or Wall-e’s cute little robot staring at you? That is exactly what happens in this delightful show. Pixar in Real Life sparks joy in ordinary, unsuspecting natives with iconic character and moments from your favorite Pixar movies springing to life in the streets of New York. This endearing live-action series is a wonderful treat that you can’t get enough of.

Great Migrations

There is life beyond our mundane everyday drama, and this seven-episode nature miniseries does a great job of showcasing that. Featuring the great migrations of animals from around the globe, the documentary was the largest programming event for National Geographic that came into being after two years of filming in twenty countries and all seven continents. Narrated by Alec Baldwin in his signature style, the documentary shares the story of the long, arduous journey animals take to ensure their species survival. From Botswana zebras and Mali elephants to flying foxes in Australia and Pacific great white sharks, the fascinating migratory patterns of wildlife are shown through terrific footage that reels you in.

Darkwing Duck

A spin-off of the much-loved DuckTales, Darkwing Duck is a fun-filled action-adventure animated series that brings back the nostalgia of good old days. Set in the fictional city of St. Canard, the series originally ran from 1991-1992. It focuses on Darkwing Duck, the unyielding super-heroic alter-ego of the ordinary resident Drake Mallard who fights crime with the aid of his trusted sidekick Launchpad McQuack from DuckTales. When Darkwing is not defeating criminals, he resumes his role as a good father to his adopted daughter Gosalyn and a neighbor to the hilariously dense Muddlefoot family.

Lizzie McGuire

Lizzie McGuire is a universally adored comedy television series that ran on Disney in 2001. We follow 13-year-old teenager Lizzie McGuire experiencing life as she struggles with personal and social issues surrounding her. An adorable animated version of the character also makes sporadic appearances expressing her inner thoughts and adding an extra spark to the show. Lizzie, along with her best friends Miranda and Gordo, must persevere against societal pressure, school life, and Lizzie’s annoying little brother Matt. The iconic show morphed into a pop culture phenomenon and is remembered for launching Hillary Duff’s career.

Wizards Of Waverly Place

Filled with magic, mystery, and memorable life lessons, the Emmy-award winning Wizards Of Waverly Place is among the most popular Disney shows. It centers on the exploits of the Russo siblings Alex, Justin, and Max who may seem pretty ordinary at the surface but the behind their everyday lives, a secret lingers. They are all wizards in training with magical powers inherited from their father’s side. The siblings must learn to control their powers and compete for the family wand. The loser will be stripped of their magic and subjected to a mortal life, which is precisely the reason their father teaches them all to get by without magic.

That’s So Raven

One of the highest-rated programs on Disney Channel and the first series in the network’s history to produce 100 episodes, That’s So Raven is a must-watch. The comedy sitcom is centered on Raven, a supernaturally gifted teenager with the ability to glance into the future. Set in San Francisco, Raven, along with her friends uses the premonitions to her advantage to tackle foreboding scenarios by utilizing her creativity and skills as a fashion designer. Only for it to backfire in a hilariously spectacular manner.


A moving, uplifting, and brilliantly executed original concept, Encore! is a 12 episode long, musical reality web series hosted and produced by Kristen Bell. The cast members of high school musicals come together again to recreate their memorable performances under the wings of Broadway directors, professional choreographers, and experienced voice coaches. Several classic chestnuts are revived by their original high school theatre performers. Not only will the reunion of these real former school fellows warms your heart, their performances together are a joy to watch.

Sonny With A Chance

Fun, entertaining, and wholesome, Sonny With A Chance stars Demi Lovato as Sonny Munroe. Sonny is a teenager who has recently been cast in her personal favorite sketch comedy show ‘So Random!’ Filled with excitement, she shifts to Los Angeles with her mother but Sonny is in for a rude awakening as everything isn’t as she had always hoped. She has her hands full while dealing with her egotistical co-star Tawny and handling the snooty cast of a rival show ‘MacKenzie Falls.’ Drama and comedy unfold but with her self-confidence and unwavering strength, Sonny always manages to preserve.

The Suite Life of Zack & Cody

Meet the adorable identical twin siblings Zack and Cody as they navigate life, school, and friendships while taking up residence in Boston’s finest hotel ‘The Tipton’. While enjoying the luxurious amenities and pulling off pranks to keep themselves occupied, the boys are often found stirring up trouble. The show also focuses on their interesting interactions with the sweet candy-counter girl Maddie Fitzpatrick and the arrogant heiress of the hotel London Tipton. The Emmy-award nominated show holds the record for the largest debut on Disney channel with a stunning 4 million viewers tuning in.


This funny and family-oriented comedy show follows Jessie Prescott’s journey as she leaves Texas for New York after getting hired as a nanny by a multimillionaire Morgan family. She has to babysit their four gifted but unruly children who include Emma, Luke, Ravi, and Zuri. Emma is their sole biological kid while the rest are adopted, Luke from America, Ravi from India, and Zuri from Africa. She finds allies in the family butler Bertram and Tony the building’s doorman. Witness the heart-warming relationship she fosters with the children punctuated with moments of madness and hilarity.

Star vs. the Forces of Evil

Stars vs. the Forces of Evil is a fantasy-comedy animated series featuring Star Butterfly, a magical princess from the Butterfly Kingdom. What started as an exciting occasion for the princess ends up into a nightmare when she accidentally destroys her family castle with a wand she received on her 14th birthday. To teach her responsibility, her parents decide to send her down to Earth. Coming from another dimension, Star Butterfly struggles with life on Earth and finds an ally within Marco Diaz. The princess must now not only deal with everyday school life but also protect her magical wand from the villain Ludo, an evil half-bird and half-man humanoid.

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series

A spin-off of the wildly popular High School Musical films, this musical web series is set in East High School. We follow teenage drama club students and their faculty who aspire to recreate the High School Musical. Miss Jen, a former background cast member, starts working as the new drama teacher and comes up with this brilliant idea for her first winter theater production to celebrate the school’s affiliation with the original film. Friendships are put on edge, rivalries are born, and romance blooms in this upbeat musical tale of theater kids.

Toy Story: Forky Asks a Question

Intuitive, outrageously hilarious, and surprisingly thoughtful, Forky Asks a Question wonders about the realities of life with a charming approach. Audiences were introduced to the lovable but quirky Forky as one of the main protagonists in Toy Story 4. Now we get to witness Forky in an animated web series exclusively on Disney Plus. The series revolves around Forky innocently asking his fellow toys questions about things like love, friendship, art, money, and even cheese. As multiple toys present their own version of answers, this adorable show promises to spark joy in people of all ages.

Chip ‘n’ Dale Rescue Rangers

Chip N Dale: Rescue Rangers features Disney’s fun-loving and adorable chipmunks as they bring justice around the world. The animated adventure-comedy series focuses on Chip and Dale who decide to start a detective agency called the Rescue Rangers and fight crime. They are aided by their friends Gadget, Monterey Jack, and Zipper. Their clients are mostly other animals, and they frequently encounter the criminal masterminds, a tabby cat known as Fat Cat and crazy evil genius Norton Nimnul. If you’re looking for a kid-friendly program without worrying about the content, this show is your answer.


Gargoyles is an impressive 78 episode long animated television series that was released in 1994 but still holds up to this day and age. Mostly because of its ability to deploy complex story and character arcs to perfection. It features a species called ‘Gargoyles’ that are betrayed by humans in the year 994 and magically put to sleep. They are an ancient nocturnal species from Medieval Scotland that turns to stone during the day. The Gargoyles are reawakened in modern-day New York after billionaire David Xanatos purchases the gargoyles’ castle and reconstructs it on top of his skyscraper. Adjusting to the new world the Gargoyles are aided by cop Elisa Maza and quickly take back their duty of defending the night from the evil that lurks in corners. They are soon found in conflict with Xanatos and his evil designs planned for the city. With exciting action, mystery, fantasy, and adventure, this show doesn’t miss a beat. If you haven’t already, you must put this one on your watch-list.

TRON: Uprising

Building upon the two previous feature films, 1982’s Tron and the 2010 sequel, Tron: Legacy, the animated TV series TRON: Uprising is a visually stunning and incredibly-executed expansion of the Tron universe. The computer world of The Gridfaces chaos and turmoil as a malevolent software Clu establishes an oppressive totalitarian reign. The citizens find hope in a young program Beck who comes forward to free them from the clutches of Clu.

Star Wars Resistance

Star Wars Resistance stands out with its impressive animation. We follow the young prodigal New Republic pilot Kazuda Xiono better known as Kaz, as he is recruited by Poe Dameron (A Resistance Commander) to spy on the First Order. Kazs’ secret mission leads him to Colossus, a refueling station on the planet Castilon. The station is a haven for the best pilots in the galaxy, and it’s up to Kaz to find out who is working with the First Order. The 40 episodes long series is a welcome treat for Star Wars fans who get to explore the Star Wars universe in a new light.

Animated or live-action, comedies or documentaries, whatever your choice may be, Disney Plus has a goldmine of amazing shows to keep you engrossed.

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