Everything Coming to Disney+ In 2020

Everything Coming to Disney+ In 2020

So, you’ve already binged The Mandalorian. Now what? If you’re still wondering whether or not to stick by the House of Mouse, we’ve got you covered. Here’s your comprehensive rundown of all the exciting original shows and movies being produced exclusively for Disney+ in 2020.

This is the big one. The Mandalorian and Baby Yoda stormed the internet when Disney+ launched in November of 2019, and the show seemed to hit that sweet spot of mainstream success and obsessive fandom that made it a must watch. A second season of the show was obvious – what’s surprising is how quickly we’ll be able to sit down and watch it.

As soon as the season finale debuted in December, showrunner Jon Favreau revealed that the second season of The Mandalorian is slated to arrive in fall 2020. The show debuted on November 12, 2019, so the follow-up arriving a year later seems like a pretty good bet.

There were quite a few cliffhangers left over at the end of The Mandalorian’s first season. We and the characters don’t know much real information about Baby Yoda, and all signs point to the second season focusing on the search for the child’s home. There’s also still the threat of Moff Gideon – and his Darksaber – to deal with.

One of the two original MCU shows coming to Disney+ in 2020, WandaVision looks to be a bit of a strange one. The series focuses on Wanda Maximoff a.k.a. Scarlet Witch, and her late android lover Vision, who up until now was maybe the deadest character in the entire MCU. As for how he’s back, or what they’ll be up to, that’s anyone’s guess.

So far, the imagery we’ve seen from WandaVision evokes a particularly strange Leave it to Beaver vibe. Paul Bettany reportedly told an audience at the D23 expo that the show would have old school sitcom vibes with some serious darkness hidden just below the surface.

Some familiar faces from the MCU will appear along the way, including Darcy Lewis, Jimmy Woo, and an all-grown-up Monica Rambeau, now played by Teyonah Parris. We’re intrigued to see what will bring them all together.

Considering where the MCU appears to be headed with some of its post-Infinity Saga releases, it’s been theorized that WandaVision will serve as a way to introduce supernatural and horror elements into the greater MCU.

Guardians of the Galaxy did something similar with cosmic concepts on its original release, and Doctor Strange opened the door for mysticism to find its way into the franchise. It’ll be interesting to see what types of risks Marvel and Disney take with Wanda’s reality-bending powers post-Endgame. Keep watching the video to see everything coming to Disney+ in 2020!


The Mandalorian: Season 2 | 0:15
WandaVision | 1:03
Falcon and the Winter Soldier | 2:20
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 | 3:10
Muppets Now | 3:59
The Phineas and Ferb Movie: Candace Against the Universe | 4:40
Lizzie McGuire | 5:22
Monsters at Work | 6:05
Chip ‘n’ Dale | 6:46
Star Wars: Jedi Temple Challenge | 7:34
Stargirl | 8:24
Be Our Chef | 9:05
Short Circuit | 9:52
Lamp Life | 10:37
Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made | 11:25



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