25 Of The Most Popular TV Shows on Disney+

Some may call Disney+ “The Happiest Streamer on Earth,” and we wholeheartedly agree.

With stellar original content and big-hitter franchises such as Star Wars and the Marvel Universe, Disney+ never disappoints. But if you find the wide variety of choices a little daunting, just keep reading because we have compiled a list of the 25 most popular shows from this streamer.

 

1. The Beatles: Get Back

(L-R): Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and John Lennon in THE BEATLES: GET BACK. Photo by Linda McCartney.
Photo by Linda McCartney/ Apple Corps Ltd.

Metacritic score: 85

Release date: November 25, 2021

 

This three-part documentary by Peter Jackson reveals in-studio restored footage initially shot for the 1970 feature film ‘Let It Be.’ In it, we see The Beatles as they write new songs that would go on to appear on Abbey Road. The film also features the Fab Four rehearsing for their first live show after their 2+ year-long hiatus, including their memorable London’s Savile Row rooftop concert.

 

2. Star Wars: Visions

Star Wars: Visions.
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Metacritic score: 81

Release date: September 22, 2021

 

An anthology series spotlighting short films from seven international anime studios, each showcasing their unique perspective on the beloved “Star Wars” universe.

 

3. Ms. Marvel

Iman Vellani as Ms. Marvel/Kamala Khan in Marvel Studios' MS. MARVEL.
Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios.

Metacritic score: 78

Release date: June 8, 2022

 

As if being a Pakistani-American teenager in Jersey City wasn’t complicated enough, 16-year-old Kamala Khan has to deal with her sudden and unexpected acquisition of superpowers. Luckily for her, she’s a fan of Captain Marvel, so she knows exactly how to proceed—or so she thought.

 

4. WandaVision

Elizabeth Olsen is Wanda Maximoff and Paul Bettany is Vision in Marvel Studios’ WANDAVISION, exclusively on Disney+.
Image Credit: Disney+.

Metacritic score: 77

Release date: January 15, 2021

 

A blend of styles between classic sitcoms and the Marvel Universe, WandaVision follows Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) as they live out their suburban lives while trying to hide their superpowers. But things go awry, and soon, their family life begins to mirror storylines of classic TV shows. Oh, and there’s a powerful hex involved, too!

 

5. Alias

Jennifer Garner in Alias (2001).
Image Credit: ABC.

Metacritic score: 75

Release date: September 30, 2001

 

Alias will have your head spinning but in all the right ways. When Sydney Bristow was recruited to work for the SD-6, she didn’t know it was a counter-government agency. To fix this mess, she chooses to get into an even bigger one by joining the CIA and becoming a double agent, working alongside her absent father, who is also a double agent.

 

6. Andor

Maarva (Fiona Shaw) in Lucasfilm's ANDOR.
Image Credit: Lucasfilm Ltd.

Metacritic score: 74

Release date: September 20, 2022

 

Featuring Diego Luna as Cassian Andor, this prequel series to “Rogue One” follows Andor’s journey to becoming a Rebel hero. His path is one full of intrigue, danger, and deception.

 

7. Marvel’s Agent Carter

Marvel's Agent Carter,
Image Credit: Marvel.

Metacritic score: 73

Release date: January 6, 2015

 

After the whirlwind of World War II, Agent Peggy Carter works as a secretary at the Strategic Scientific Reserve. Her prospects are improved when billionaire Howard Stark secretly hires her to clear his name after being accused of Treason. Carter teams up with Stark’s butler, Edwin Jarvis, to navigate a mission full of deceit, controversy, and murder.

 

8. Obi-Wan Kenobi

(L-R): Owen Lars (Joel Edgerton) and Reva (Moses Ingram) in Lucasfilm's OBI-WAN KENOBI, exclusively on Disney+.
Image Credit: Lucasfilm Ltd/ Disney +.

Metacritic score: 73

Release date: May 27, 2022

 

Set ten years after the events in “Revenge of the Sith,” Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) must rescue Princess Leia from her kidnappers. On top of that, Kenobi must avoid being captured (or worse) by Imperial Inquisitors and his former Padawan—known now as Darth Vader.

 

9. The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers

THE MIGHTY DUCKS: GAME CHANGERS - Disney’s “The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers” stars Bella Higginbotham as Lauren Gibby.
Image Credit: Disney/Nino Munoz.

Metacritic score: 72

Release date: March 26, 2021

 

Based on the beloved 1992 film “The Mighty Ducks,” this Disney+ original series chronicles the misdeeds and misadventures of a junior hockey team of underdogs, who, with the guidance of former Ducks coach Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez), might just achieve hockey glory.

 

10. The Mandalorian

(L-R): Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) and Grogu in Lucasfilm's THE MANDALORIAN, season three, exclusively on Disney+.
Image Credit: Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM.

 

Metacritic score: 71

Release date: November 12, 2019

 

Disney+’s first foray into the Star Wars live-action series, The Mandalorian, takes place between the Empire’s fall and the rise of the First Order. Following the Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal), a solitary gunfighter, he travels far across the galaxy and out of reach from the New Republic.

 

11. The Muppets Mayhem

The Muppets Mayhem
Image Credit: Disney/Mitch Haaseth.

Metacritic score: 70

Release date: May 10, 2023

 

Also a Disney+ original series, The Muppets Mayhem follows The Electric Mayhem Band on a magical musical journey. With the help of a very driven and human junior A&R executive, the old-school band records their first studio album and learns the ropes of the music scene as they try to go platinum.

 

12. Loki

Tom Hiddleston as Loki in Marvel Studios' LOKI.
Image Credit: Marvel Studios.

Metacritic score: 70

Release date: June 9, 2021

 

Tom Hiddleston returns as Loki, the mercurial God of Mischief, in this series placed after the events of “Avengers: Endgame.” Loki is forced to navigate a confusing, ever-expanding, and progressively dangerous Multiverse.

 

13. High School Musical: The Musical: The Series

High School Musical The Musical The Series
Image Credit: Disney/Fred Hayes.

Metacritic score: 69

Release date: November 8, 2019

 

Follow the drama club students at East High School as they prepare a stage production of High School Musical, filmed at their school. Expect the usual teenagehood drama as romances, friendships, and rivalries test their limits and forever change their lives.

 

14. Love, Victor

Love, Victor.
Image Credit: Kelsey McNeal/Hulu.

Metacritic score: 69

Release date: June 17, 2020

 

Join Victor Salazar on a journey of self-discovery in this series set in the same universe as the 2018 film “Love, Simon.” A new Creekwood High student, Victor must adjust to school life, all while dealing with family issues and coming to terms with his sexual orientation.

 

15. Moon Knight

Oscar Isaac as Moon Knight in Marvel Studios' MOON KNIGHT.
Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios.

Metacritic score: 69

Release date: March 30, 2022

 

Mild-mannered Steven Grant becomes beset by blackouts and memories from a past life. Things go from bad to worse when a woman claiming to be his wife (and calling him Marc) inserts herself into his life. Soon, he discovers he shares his body with Marc Spector, a mercenary who is the avatar for the Egyptian moon god Khonshu. Grant’s knowledge of ancient Egypt, his wits, and his puzzle-solving skills come in handy as they investigate the mysteries of the Egyptian gods together.

 

16. Marvel’s What If…?

Captain Carter in Marvel Studios' WHAT IF…? exclusively on Disney+.
Image Credit: Marvel Studios 2021.

Metacritic score: 69

Release date: August 11, 2021

 

The title says it all. This series explores different characters within the Marvel Universe, presenting alternative scenarios to their well-known stories.

 

17. Muppets Now

Muppets Now.
Image Credit: Disney.

Metacritic score: 68

Release date: July 31, 2020

 

All Scooter wants to do is upload the Muppets’ streaming series, but Kermit the Frog and the rest of the Muppets insist on throwing obstacles and distractions at him. In between, the audience enjoys different segments, including a cooking show, a game show, and a talk show.

 

18. Star Wars: The Bad Batch

Star Wars: The Bad Batch.
Image Credit: Walt Disney Studios.

Metacritic score: 67

Release date: May 4, 2021

 

A spin-off of “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” this series introduces the ‘Bad Batch,’ an elite group of experimental clones making their way through a changing galaxy in the aftermath of the devastating Clone War.

 

19. The Mysterious Benedict Society

MYSTERIOUS BENEDICT SOCIETY - “A Whisper, Not A Shout”.
Image Credit: Disney/Diyah Pera.

Metacritic score: 66

Release date: June 25, 2021

 

Mr. Benedict, an eccentric and mysterious individual, recruits four orphans to stop a scheme threatening the world. Their mission entails going undercover as students at a boarding school where they must tread carefully as they complete their assignments.

 

20. Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Image Credit: Disney/LucasFilms.

Metacritic score: 66

Release date: August 15, 2008

 

The animated series, taking place between Star Ward’s Episode II and Episode III, chronicles the life of Jedi Knights as he leads the Grand Army of the Republic against the Separatist droid army.

 

21. Hawkeye (2021)

Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) in Marvel Studios' HAWKEYE, exclusively on Disney+. Film Frame.
Image Credit: Marvel Studio.

Metacritic score: 66

Release date: November 24, 2021

 

Featuring Jeremy Renner as former Avenger Clint Barton, the series follows him as he embarks on a seemingly straightforward mission: getting back to his family on time for Christmas. Things don’t go as planned, and Barton must team up with Kate Bishop, a young archer with Superhero aspirations, to fight their enemies.

 

22. Big Shot

Big Shot.
Image Credit: Disney.

Metacritic score: 65

Release date: April 16, 2021

 

This comedy-drama series deals with Marvyn Korn (John Stamos), a hothead basketball coach who takes up a job at an elite all-girls high school after being relieved from his NCAA basketball team duties.

 

23. The World According to Jeff Goldblum

Pasadena, CA - Jeff Goldblum (R) dancing at the Rose Bowl Flea Market.
Image Credit: National Geographic/Aisling Browne.

Metacritic score: 64

Release date: October 12, 2019

 

The ever-inquisitive Jeff Goldblum finds answers to questions relating to some of the most innocuous objects—Korean barbecue, denim, sneakers, and tattoos, to name a few. This documentary series introduces big ideas, reveals fascinating scientific facts, and proves the astonishing ways this world (and everything in it) is connected.

 

24. Girl Meets World

Girl Meets World.
Image Credit: Disney.

Metacritic score: 64

Release date: June 27, 2014

 

A spin-off of the 1993 series “Boy Meets World,” this show brings back 90’s pop-culture favorites Corey (Ben Savage) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel) as parents of Riley Mathews (Rowan Blanchard). The 7th grader learns important life lessons with the help of her family and friends.

 

25. Encore!

Encore.
Image Credit: Disney.

Metacritic score: 63

Release date: November 12, 2019

 

This special series, hosted by Kristen Bell, reunites the cast of a high school musical and has them perform the show once more. As they reprise their original roles this time, the cast members receive tutelage from Broadway professionals.

 

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Whiplash.
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Happy Gilmore.
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The 12 Funniest Movies of All Time (According to the Internet)

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20 Shows and Movies That Are Basically Just Glorified Propagnada

Pictured: Gary Cole as FBI Special Agent Alden Parker in NCIS.
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THE LOST DAUGHTER. DAKOTA JOHNSON as NINA.
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While new streaming services are constantly being launched, Netflix remains the most popular choice for viewers worldwide. Its depth of original programming has yet to be matched, and while TV series, documentaries, and standup comedy specials make up a large portion of the service, its feature film library continues to grow. Many Netflix films are now considered modern cinematic masterpieces.

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