Get ready for the O.G. X-Men and a brand-spankin’-new Phineas and Ferb joint.
The pandemic languishes on, and although many an ambitious director (*cough* Christopher Nolan *cough*) may attempt to release movies in theaters come September, widespread movie-theater going appears to be out of the cards for the foreseeable future. In that sense, parents are relying on streaming services more than ever to keep themselves, and their kids, entertained, with the last month of summer wrapping up and in some cases, being extended by delayed school openings.
Luckily, the streaming services are pumping out tons of new content, and Disney+ is no exception. In case you’re the one human being who still hasn’t watched Hamilton, or the new Muppets Now! show, or Black is King, there’s plenty of backlog content for you to get into. But there are even more films and TV shows hitting the platform in August.
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge: Adventure Awaits
The Peanuts Movie
Hidden Kingdoms of China
Ant-Man and the Wasp
The Greatest Showman
The One and Only Ivan
India’s Wild Leopards
Jungle Animal Rescue: Season 1
Nature Boom Time: Season 1
Sam’s Zookeeper Challenge: Season 1
Scuba Sam’s World: Season 1
Spaced Out: Season 1
T.O.T.S. Calling all T.O.T.S.: Season 1
T.O.T.S.: Season 1
Wild Cats of India: Season 1
Beauty and the Beast
Alaska Animal Rescue: Season 1
Back to the Titanic
Mars: One Day on the Red Planet
Phineas and Ferb: the Movie: Candace Against the Universe
What’s coming to Disney+ in September?
While the entire slate of what’s coming to Disney+ in August isn’t fully confirmed, there are some confirmed hits hitting the platform. Ant-Man and the Wasp is hitting the platform on August 14, and Beauty and the Beast is confirmed to hit sometime in late August. Other than that, we’ll keep our eyes peeled for the full list of library additions and Disney+ originals.
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