From shows, shorts, documentaries, and films Disney+ is always adding new content. This June is no different. Please note that this following list of new titles is as of June 2nd 2020 and applies for viewers in the United States. Different countries will have different release schedules. Here’s the full June 2020 Disney + release schedule:
- Japan Between Earth and Sky
- Howie Mandel’s Animals Doing Things (Seasons 1-2)
- Weird but True! (Seasons 1-2)
- Alaska’s Grizzly Gauntlet (Season 1)
- America’s Greatest Animals
- Chasing the Equinox
- Secrets of Wild India (Season 1)
- The Greeks (Season 1)
- Wild Hawaii (Season 1)
- Women of Impact: Changing the World
- Schoolhouse Rock! (Season 1)
- Artemis Fowl
- Mighty Med (Seasons 1-2)
- The Story of the Animated Drawing
- The Liberty Story
- Walt & El Grupo
- Big Sur: Wild California
- Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy
- 101 Dalmatians (1997) (Season 1)
- Muppet Babies Play Date (Season 1)
- Egypt’s Treasure Guardians
- ANT Farm (Season 1-3)
- Into the Unknown: Making Frozen II
- Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief
- Tarzan II
- Man in Space
- Mars and Beyond
- Raven’s Home (Season 3)
- Avengers: Infinity War
- PJ Masks (Season 3)
We will also see new episodes of Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian, Disney Insider, One Day at Disney, Be Our Chef, Disney Family Sundays, It’s a Dog’s Life with Bill Farmer, Marvel’s Hero Project, and Pixar In Real Life.
Some notable additions include Artemis Fowl. An adaptation of the novel by Eion Coffer of the same name was originally supposed to be released in theaters back on August 9th, 2019. A theatrical release was then rescheduled for May 29th, 2020 and was subsequently cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The film follows 12-year-old criminal prodigy Artemis Fowl II who teams up with a dwarf and a fairy to save his father.
Tarzan and Tarzan II will also finally make their Disney+ debuts. The films were previously under contract with streaming competitor Netflix. The same is true with Avengers: Infinity War. Now that Disney has its own streaming service, it has been slowly removing its titles from competitors as contracts run out.
Another notable addition is Into the Unknown: Making Frozen II. For the first time, Disney is sharing the creative process behind one of it’s films. The six episode series will give viewers an insight into the final year of the film’s production. Frozen II was released on Disney+ earlier this year.
What are you most looking forward to? Is there anything that you think is missing from Disney+? Let us know in the comments!