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Every Show Coming To Disney+ Next YearDon't ever want to leave your house again? That may just be a requirement now that Disney+ and its new shows are in full swing. In addition to being the new home of practically every Disney movie imaginable, the service is adding a ton of new Disney+ shows in 2020 and 2021.They'll include multiple new visits to the Star Wars galaxy far, far away, continued adventures with your favorite Marvel superheroes, and a few surprises, too.While the Marvel shows announced at the company's flashy 2019 San Diego Comic-Con and D23 convention panels aren't going to begin rolling out until fall 2020, the lineup will include the MCU's Sebastian Stan, Tom Hiddleston, and Anthony Mackie — sorry, evil-doers, these Internet boyfriends are coming for ya. Currently streaming are things like the meta-comedy High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, a Christopher Guest-esque mockumentary about a production of High School Musical: The Musical. On the way is Lizzie McGuire revival starring Hilary Duff (and her animated alter-ego) and plenty more projects poised to revive your Disney Channel nostalgia.In Star Wars land, there's the currently streaming series The Mandalorian, arguably the highest-profile Disney+ launch series and following the adventures of Pedro Pascal's space bounty hunter. Later, fans will see seventh and final season of beloved animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, as well as some other space-based treats. Click on for the full lineup of every series officially in the works at Disney+, plus when you should expect to be able to add them to your streaming queue.At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you subscribe to something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.The MandalorianNew Episodes: Every Friday, until the end of the 10-episode seasonBoasting a star-studded cast — Pedro Pascal, Gina Carano, and even director Werner Herzog — the premise of the series, which follows Pascal's titular character (a space bounty hunter), was kept mainly under wraps until the streaming service's debut. The series now has two episodes under its belt, and many fans already have a new favorite character. Photo: Courtesy of Disney+.High School Musical: The Musical: The SeriesNew Episodes: Every Friday, until the end of the seasonThe wordiest of the Disney+ titles is actually a nostalgia-fueled meta-commentary on showbiz, theater types, and high school tropes, following the drama club at the high school where High School Musical was filmed as they stage a production of HSM's stage show. The series features a ton of original songs as well as HSM classics, and fans can expect at least one OG actor from the Disney Channel Original movie to appear before season's end. Photo: Courtesy of Disney+.The World According to Jeff GoldblumNew Episodes: Every Friday, until the end of the seasonThe quirky actor translates his oddball personality and innate curiosity into a series where he explores the stories behind ordinary things that everyone loves, like sneakers and ice cream and tattoos. It appears to be Disney's answer to Netflix's series like David Chang's Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner and every Anthony Bourdain series, just with less food and more Jeff. Photo: Courtesy of Disney+.Encore!New Episodes: Every Friday, until the end of the seasonIt's a high school reunion on steroids when drama clubs reunite two decades later to re-stage their drama club musicals. The premiere features former classmates getting together to revisit their 1996 production of Annie 20 years later as fortysomethings, and things get dramatic.Photo: Courtesy of Disney+.Forky Asks A QuestionNew Episodes: Every Friday, until the end of the seasonTony Hale's beloved trash — sorry, not trash, crafted Toy Story 4 character — returns in a delightful short-form series. The show is aimed at kids, explaining things like "What Is Money?" and "What Is A Friend?" to kiddos, but it holds a few jokes for the adults in the audience too. Photo: Courtesy of Disney+.Marvel's Hero ProjectNew Episodes: Every Friday, until the end of the seasonYou don't have to have superpowers or a supersuit to make a difference in the world, and this docuseries proves that. It follows young heroes making positive changes in their own communities — all of whom get their own Marvel comics memorializing their important work. Photo: Courtesy of Disney+.The Imagineering StoryNew Episodes: Every Friday, until the end of the seasonGo behind the scenes of Walt Disney Imagineering in this six-hour series that chronicles the history of the artist studio/design center/think tank/innovation laboratory. The first episode starts with the genesis of Disneyland, before moving into more specific creations at the hands of some of the most talented engineers in the business.Photo: Courtesy of Disney+.One Day at DisneyPremiere Date: Dec. 3, 2019This short-form series will launch with a feature-length film and profiles notable Disney employees and their fascinating jobs. They include Imagineers, animators, actors, veterinarians, park employees, and more.Photo: Courtesy of Disney+.Diary of a Female PresidentPremiere Date: January 2020Elena (newcomer Tess Romero) is a 12-year-old Cuban-American girl who will eventually become president of the United States. Told via narration from her diary (read by executive producer Gina Rodriguez), the series will follow Elena through the trials of middle school. The series is billed as a comedy, told in 30-minute episodes each week.Photo: Courtesy of the CW.Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Season 7Premiere Date: February 2020The Emmy-winning animated series will return with 12 new episodes featuring Anakin Skywalker (Matt Lanter), Obi-Wan Kenobi (James Arnold Taylor), and fan-favorites Ahsoka Tano (Ashley Eckstein) and Captain Rex (Dee Bradley Baker). Showrunner Dave Filoni confirmed that this seventh season would, in fact, be the series' last, telling Entertainment Weekly, "It will conclude the story that [George Lucas] and I started together. There could be stories after that that take place with a lot of those characters. But especially for me directing Clone Wars, being that hands on, I wrote and directed the final four episodes. It’s the end of something I feel really good about."Photo: Lucasfilm/Kobal/Shutterstock.The Falcon and the Winter SoldierPremiere Date: Fall 2020Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan will reprise their MCU roles as Sam Wilson, a.k.a. The Falcon, and Bucky Barnes, a.k.a. The Winter Soldier, in the spinoff series that will take place following the events of Avengers: Endgame. As many fans know, Sam recently acquired a new shield... and possibly some new responsibilities. Daniel Brühl returns as villain Baron Zemo, Emily VanCamp returns as Sharon Carter, and Wyatt Russell joins as John Walker in the comic book character's first on-screen appearance.Photo: Courtesy of Marvel Pictures.Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings: Season 2Premiere Date: Sometime in 2020This reality series follows real-life couples and their extravagant weddings, engagements and vow renewals at Disney parks around the world. Season 1 aired on Freeform, while season 2 heads straight to digital. It's like Say Yes To The Dress for people who spend their vacation time at the Happiest Place on Earth. Photo: Courtesy of Freeform.WandaVisionPremiere Date: Spring 2021Two more MCU mainstays will return in this series — Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch, and Paul Bettany as Vision. Bonus: Teyonah Parris joins the two heroes as the grown-up version of Monica Rambeau, the character first introduced to the MCU in Captain Marvel. Additionally, Kat Dennings reprises her Thor role; and Randall Park reprises his Ant-Man and The Wasp role. Kathryn Hahn (who dipped her toes into Marvel lore in Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse) will play a new, top secret character in this series that purports to "blend the style of classic sitcoms with Marvel Cinematic Universe."Photo: Courtesy of Marvel Pictures.LokiPremiere Date: Spring 2021Your Internet boyfriend Tom Hiddleston is reprising his role as Thor's troublemaking brother/villain/god of mischief in this series, which will explore what happened after Loki stole the Space Stone in Avengers: Endgame. The series will find Loki, now on the run, speeding through time to maintain his freedom — a concept the Mary Sue recently compared to the classic sci-fi series Quantum Leap. Photo: Courtesy of Marvel Pictures.What If…?Premiere Date: Summer 2021The first animated MCU series will feature alternate reality scenarios for your favorite Marvel characters: What if Peggy Carter was injected with the super-soldier serum, a la Captain America? What Thor's hammer Mjolnir was actually wielded by his brother Loki? Most of your favorite MCU stars will lend their voices to the series as each of their respective heroes, and Jeffrey Wright will narrate as The Watcher.Photo: Kelsey McNeal/Walt Disney Television/Getty Images.HawkeyePremiere Date: Fall 2021Jeremy Renner returns as the titular character, Clint Barton, but the show will focus on his successor as Hawkeye, Kate Bishop (the most recent rumor mill pegged Hailee Steinfeld as the bow-woman). In the comics, Bishop takes on the mantle from Clint, and is a member of the Young Avengers. Per Disney and Marvel, Kate will be an "integral" part of the series. Photo: Courtesy of Marvel Pictures.Lizzie McGuirePremiere Date: TBD, but the series is currently in productionHilary Duff and her animated alter-ego are back in the revival of the popular Disney Channel series, which picks up just as its titular character is about to turn 30. While she's seemingly living her dream — assisting a top NYC decorator, living in a gorgeous Brooklyn apartment — things aren't necessarily as smooth as they seem. The original cast will join Duff in the series.Photo: Walt Disney Television/Photofest.Love, SimonPremiere Date: TBDSet in the world of the 2018 film Love, Simon, this continuation of the story follows Victor (Michael Cimino), a new student at Creekwood High School struggling with his sexual orientation, who reaches out to Simon (original film star Nick Robinson). Robinson narrates and executive produces, and the film's writers, This Is Us co-showrunners Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger Brennan, are also running this series.Photo: 20th Century Fox/Moviestore/Shutterstock.Obi-Wan Kenobi SeriesStarring Ewan McGregorPremiere Date: TBDEwan McGregor is returning to the Star Wars universe to reprise his role as Luke Skywalker's Jedi Master mentor in an untitled series about Obi-Wan Kenobi, presumably about his life between Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars: A New Hope. The series was announced at D23, the annual Disney Company convention, and while Lucasfilm head Kathleen Kennedy did promise that the scripts for the series were finished, that's all she and McGregor would reveal. Photo: Lucasfilm/Fox/Kobal/Shutterstock.Monsters at WorkPremiere Date: TBDRevisit the Monsters Inc. world through the lens of the characters voiced by Ben Feldman and Aisha Tyler: Tylor and Millie. Though it'll star a new cast of monsters, Mike and Sulley (voiced by Billy Crystal and John Goodman) will also be back. Disney+ couldn't call itself a real Disney streaming service without a few more Pixar series. Photo: Moviestore Collection/Shutterstock.Ms. MarvelPremiere Date: TBDThere's no substantial information about this upcoming live-action comic adaptation series just yet, other than the fact that it's coming…eventually. But fans are already thrilled at the prospect of seeing Kamala Khan, the stretchy, embiggening teen from New Jersey — and Marvel's first Muslim superhero — starring in her very own TV series. Moon KnightPremiere Date: TBDThis live-action comic adaptation will also head to Disney+…someday. While the character will be new to fans who only know the MCU, Marvel comics readers know him as Marc Spector, a former boxer and military vet who gets his superpowers from the Egyptian moon god Khonshu. He's often compared to DC Comics' Batman, but some fans maintain he's so much more than that. She-HulkPremiere Date: TBDThis, too, will eventually become a live-action series based on the Marvel comic. She-Hulk is Bruce Banner's cousin in the comics (so yes, Mark Ruffalo is down to make a cameo in this show), but her main gig is being a lawyer. However, like Bruce, Jennifer Walters, Esq. gets exposed to Gamma radiation and gets her own Green Gal. Cassian Andor Series, Starring Diego LunaPremiere Date: TBDDiego Luna and Alan Tudyk are back to reprise their roles from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story in this series that follows Cassian Andor's work as a rebel spy during the Rebellion, before the events of A New Hope (and more importantly, before he and Tudyk's K-2SO were killed at the end of Rogue One).Photo: Jonathan Olley/Lucasfilm Ltd/Kobal/Shutterstock.Big ShotPremiere Date: TBDHave mercy: John Stamos will star in this series about a temperamental college basketball coach who's fired from his high profile gig and begins coaching at an elite all-girls private high school. The series comes from David E. Kelley and, fun fact, was based on an idea by actor Brad Garrett.Photo: Michael Tullberg/Getty Images.Muppets NowPremiere Date: TBDThis short-form series featuring Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, and the rest of their Muppet pals will feature a series of celebrity guests. The show is also billed as "unscripted" ... whatever that means for a bunch of puppets. Photo: Moviestore Collection/Shutterstock.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Who's The Troy Bolton Of The New HSM Series?What That Mandalorian Episode 1 Twist MeansFans Are Binging Kim Possible
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