Disney Plus is set to serve up nine new movies and TV shows for subscribers to enjoy this week, including the premiere of the latest hugely anticipated Marvel Studios series. The Mouse House’s streaming service is offering up a load of TV content over the next few days, in fact, with only one movie included in the haul that’s due on the platform this Friday, June 11th. Check out the full list of everything coming to D+ this week below and then scroll down for our pick of the highlights.
Loki (Premiere) *Disney+ Original
Big Shot – Episode 109 “Beth MacBeth” *Disney+ Original
Disney Junior Puppy Dog Pals (S4)
Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted (S3; Ep. Portugal’s Rugged Coast)
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series – Episode 205 “The Quinceañero” *Disney+ Original
Star Wars: The Bad Batch – Episode 107 *Disney+ Original
The Happiest Millionaire
The Incredible Dr. Pol (S18)
Zenimation – Season Two Premiere *Disney+ Original
Obviously, the biggest highlight of the week has to be Loki. In a break from tradition, D+ is launching the Tom Hiddleston on Wednesday, June 9th instead of Friday – and this is something that will continue in future weeks as well. Picking up after his resurrection in Avengers: Endgame, this action-packed yet quirky time-traveling show sees the God of Mischief forced to work with Time Variance Authority agent Moebius (Owen Wilson) to fix dangerous alterations to the timeline. Will it break the internet as much as WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier? It seems likely.
Meanwhile, the usual Friday haul includes the latest episodes of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, Star Wars: The Bad Batch and the penultimate installment of John Stamos sports comedy-drama Big Shot. Also don’t miss more of Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted and the season 2 premiere of ambient series Zenimation.
The sole film coming this week is a little-remembered classic from the Disney vaults – 1967 live-action musical The Happiest Millionaire, based on the true story of an eccentric Philadelphia tycoon. This one has historical significance, too, because it’s the last film Walt Disney personally worked on, as he died during production.
Catch all this on Disney Plus over the course of this week.