Here's A Look At What Disney+ Is Adding In 2020

Buzz Lightyear flying in Toy Story 4
(Image credit: Disney Pixar)
(Image credit: Disney Pixar)

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Welcome to 2020! Disney+ wasted no time, starting the new year off with a video tease of what's to come in the next 12 months. Watch that below. Some titles we already knew about from our list of what's coming specifically this month in January 2020, as well as major titles that already have dates on Disney+'s site. This new tease does not cover everything or give specific dates.

However, one big takeaway was the earlier-than-expected arrival of the new Marvel Studios show WandaVision. The first look at the show was a shock to the MCU system, so what a treat to have that before the previously expected 2021 release date. We'll also have The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, but we knew that, plus The Mandalorian Season 2, which can't come soon enough, and plenty of other titles -- including the final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and the long-awaited Lizzie McGuire revival series. I'm also excited for The Muppets' short-form series Muppets Now, because I will take any and all Muppets content at all times.

Anyway, take a look at the video Disney+ shared on January 1, 2020 and see below for some highlights and other items to look forward to in 2020:

Here's a breakdown of some of the Disney+ content highlighted in the video:

New Original Shows• Hilary Duff's Lizzie McGuire revival• The Falcon and the Winter Soldier• WandaVision• The final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars (expected in February 2020)• The Muppets unscripted series Muppets NowNew Original Movies• Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made• Stargirl• The Phineas & Ferb Movie: Candace Against the Universe• Secret Society of Second Born RoyalsDocuseries• Rogue Trip• BecomingReturning Series• The Mandalorian Season 2 (Fall 2020)• High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Season 2Major library additions mentioned• Aladdin 2019 - January 8, 2020• The Lion King 2019 - January 28, 2020• Toy Story 4 - date not listed yet, but should be in early 2020, maybe February.

That new tweet taste from Disney+ doesn't cover everything, so if you're thinking "that's all?" that's not. I'm surprised at some of the titles they left off, since they've been on the site since Disney+ debuted in November 2019. So I'm wondering if in future they will be moved? For now, though, these dates are still listed on the Disney+ site itself for 2020:

Some of the previously revealed titles for 2020:• Black Panther - March 4, 2020• Avengers: Infinity War - June 25, 2020• Solo: A Star Wars Story - July 9, 2020• Ant-Man and the Wasp - July 29, 2020• Incredibles 2 - July 30, 2020• Cinderella - September 1, 2020• Maleficent - October 1, 2020• Beauty and the Beast 2017 - October 1, 2020• Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales - December 2, 2020• Ralph Breaks the Internet - December 11, 2020

Don't forget everything we already have listed as coming in January 2020, aka right now with several new titles arriving today.

There will be more to come, including Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, which is expected to hit Disney+ roughly seven months after its release in theaters. That would give it a Disney+ release in July or just summer 2020. Maybe that will change, though, so stay tuned for an official date.

If you have any specific movies you're waiting for, it's worth checking to see if The Powers That Be have a release date for it yet. Netflix still has a lot of titles, so Disney has to wait for the "existing agreements" to play out before adding titles from its own Disney/Pixar/Marvel/Star Wars/NatGeo library. And Fox? Fox is not listed as one of the brands on Disney+'s site, but 30 seasons of The Simpsons and other Fox content are currently available.

If you're thinking of getting or gifting Disney+ for everything that's already on there or coming later in 2020, use this link for a free 7-day trial. Curious about the competition? Keep up with all of Netflix's 2020 premiere and return dates with our handy schedule.

Gina Carbone

Gina grew up in Massachusetts and California in her own version of The Parent Trap. She went to three different middle schools, four high schools, and three universities -- including half a year in Perth, Western Australia. She currently lives in a small town in Maine, the kind Stephen King regularly sets terrible things in, so this may be the last you hear from her.