New movies and TV shows are uploaded to Disney+ every month in Australia. What follows are Eliza Janssen’s suggestions for must-see movies and TV shows. In this post, we will acknowledge the upcoming shows in December.
1. Mulan 4th December
Walt Disney Pictures will release Mulan, a fantasy action drama, in the United States in 2020. It’s a live-action retelling of the Disney 1998 animated picture of the same name, which was based on the Chinese folktale Ballad of Mulan and directed by Niki Caro from a screenplay by Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver, Lauren Hynek, and Elizabeth Martin.
2. Godmothered 4th December
The film Godmothered, starring Jillian Bell and Isla Fisher, is a fantasy comedy-drama set during the Christmas season in 2020 and directed by Sharon Maguire. In September 2019, Walt Disney Company development began, and Maguire was brought aboard as director later that month. The screenplay was written by Kari Granlund and Melissa Stack (based on a narrative by Granlund).
3. “Star Wars: The Mandalorian ” Season 6 4th December
The Mandalorian is an original series developed by Jon Favreau for Disney+ in an American space western style. The Mandalorian and the Child press on with their voyage through a hostile galaxy during the turbulent years following the fall of the Galactic Empire, encountering foes and rallying allies along the way.
4. The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse’s: 4th December
American animation studio Disney Television Animation has created a Disney+ original series called The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse. The series is a resurrection and continuation of the Emmy-winning Mickey Mouse cartoons from 2013, reuniting many of the original cast and crew members (except Russi Taylor, who passed away), except Minnie Mouse, who Kaitlyn Robrock now voices.
5. Safety: 11th December
In “Safety,” we follow Ray McElrathbey, a young man who must deal with several difficult situations. He uses his faith and determination to overcome each one, all while trying to provide for his younger brother, Fahmarr, and play potential football on scholarship at Clemson University.
6. High School Musical: The Musical: The Series 11th December
In “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series,” the cast performs their favorite Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year’s songs and shares their favorite holiday memories from the past year. A performance from the upcoming second season of the hit show will also be featured in the 45-minute special.
7. On Pointe December 18
School of American Ballet (SAB) in the New York City is the subject of “On Pointe,” a six-part documentary series. The series provides unprecedented access to the renowned ballet school, following the daily lives of young people (aged 8–18) who are training to become professional ballet dancers. While college-aged people throughout the country study hard to become experts in their fields.
8. The Villains of Valley View 7th December
Premiering on Disney Channel on June 3, 2022, The Villains of Valley View is an American comedy series produced by Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore. The show features the acting talents of Isabella Pappas, Malachi Barton, James Patrick Stuart, and Lucy Davis.
9. Raven’s Home 7th December
On Disney Channel since its launch on July 21, 2017, Raven’s Home is an American family sitcom created by Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas. Raven-Symoné, Jason Maybaum, Sky Katz, and Anneliese van der Pol have significant roles in the first four seasons. Raven-Symoné, Ryan Brown, Mykal-Michelle Harris, and Rondell Sheridan all returned for season five.
10. Alice’s Wonderland Bakery 7th December
A Disney Junior original series, Alice’s Wonderland Bakery aired on the channel on February 9, 2022, and is an American computer-generated adaptation of the 1951 Disney animated feature picture Alice in Wonderland. Ahead of the premiere, the first six episodes were made available on Disney+ in select countries a day early. There will be a potential second season of the show after it was picked up in April 2022.
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