These are the best series available on the Disney + platform
Disney + is one of the most popular platforms to watch series and movies in streaming, especially for lovers of Disney classics and the Marvel universe, among many other things. If you are wondering what are the series that you can see on the platform, you will also like to know that below we have gathered some of the best series available on Disney +.
The vast majority are series that will evoke memories of your childhood or, if you are very young, will undoubtedly keep you entertained on the sofa for a long time. You may also want to know how to watch Disney Plus on Amazon Fire TV.
1. Scarlet Witch and Vision
This Disney Plus series has become the sensation of the moment. It tells the story of Wanda Maximoff and Vision, a superhero couple who live a perfect life on the outskirts of the city. However, one day they begin to suspect that nothing is what it seems and their lives will change forever.
2. The Mandalorian
To be honest, this is the Disney + star series. The Mandalorian is a Star Wars spin-off by Jon Favreau. If you want to see a western version of the biggest space franchise out there and see one of the prettiest supporting characters of all time (no spoilers ), then this is a must see.
3. The Simpsons
Netflix has Friends, Amazon Prime has The Office, and Disney + has The Simpsons. We suspect that once the Mandalorian hype wears off, this will be the hottest thing on the platform, and with 30 seasons of comedy to laugh at for weeks or months (depending on how fast you are), there is no chance of may you run out of episodes soon.
Loki, one of the most iconic villains in the Marvel universe, has his own series on Disney +. In the series, Loki has a Space Stone thanks to which he can teleport. In this way, it is in the hands of an agency in charge of monitoring time and space.
5. Phineas and Ferb
Phineas and Ferb became one of the favorite childhood series of many and many. These two brothers, together with their pet, Perry the platypus, lived a different adventure every day thanks to their incredible inventions.
6. Lizzy McGuire
You may have already heard the news about Lizzie McGuire’s return to Disney + next year, so why not prepare by revisiting (or exploring) the original series? Follow thirteen-year-old Lizzie (aka Hilary Duff) as she navigates the roller coaster of adolescence with her best friends, Miranda and Gordo.
7. Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Sadly, Genndy Tartakovsky’s phenomenal 2D series Clone Wars is nowhere to be found on Disney +, but the CGI follow-up is still worth it, as does the follow-up to Star Wars Rebels. Over six seasons the show plunged into the greatest conflict in the galaxy, and it almost made up for the prequels on its own. In addition, February 2020 will bring with it a seventh and final season to give the story the ending it deserves.
8 Zack and Cody
Another Disney Channel classic with just the right amount of subtlety to make you laugh. Suite Life follows twin brothers Zack and Cody who get into all kinds of trouble at Boston’s very posh Tipton Hotel, after their mother gets a job as a hotel singer.
9. The Patio Band
Here’s a throwback if you’ve ever met one. Recess features a group of six misfits – Vince, Spinelli, Mikey, TJ, Gretchen, and Gus – as they navigate their short adventures during breaks at Third Street Elementary School, Arkansas. Each character is a complete American school stereotype, but that doesn’t spoil what a cartoon classic is. (Surely the series’ famous soundtrack is resonating in your head).
Anyone who has seen the Fox 90s X-Men series is already humming the tune of the song while reading this, it’s impossible not to. Probably the best thing that has come out of the Disney / Fox merger is that this – and the similar Spider-Man series – reaches the Disney streaming service , thanks to its powerful mix of costumes from the golden age of the X-Men, high melodrama and totally radical guitar riffs .
11. Agent Carter
Hayley Atwell’s Peggy Carter was always the best part of the first Captain America movie (sorry Chris, she earned her keep in the sequels) so it was a gift when she got her own show. This short but sweet 1950s series only ran for 18 episodes in two seasons, but a slew of Marvel references and James D’Arcy’s Edwin Jarvis make this one of the MCU’s best outings to the small screen.
12. High School Musical: The Series
Fifteen years later we will be able to go back to the East High Institute where the current students audition to be able to represent the High School Musical. There will be new plots and tons of nods to the original story that caused such a furor in the teenage world more than a decade ago.
13. The world according to Jeff Goldblum
Protagonist of this program, Jeff Goldblum, will guide us through different parts of the world to show us the most surprising things (no matter how insignificant they may initially seem): from sports shoes, to ice creams and tattoos. Jeff does not pretend to be didactic, if not fun, showing you the world from his eyes thanks to this agile and entertaining production.
14. Diary of a future president
Thanks to a diary she finds from her childhood, the current president of the United States will tell her own story from the beginning. It will show us how she, at 12, tries to make her way to achieve her most desired goal: to be president of the United States. In addition to the story of empowerment and struggle of this pre-adolescent of Cuban origin, the story will narrate daily events in the life of a 12-year-old girl.