What to watch on Disney+ this weekend? We offer you a homemade, spoiler-free selection of the best series and movies recently added to the Disney+
Disney+ is a newcomer to video-on-demand platforms, alongside Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ continues to enrich its catalog on a weekly basis with movies and tv series. In addition to the great classics from The Walt Disney Company, Disney+ offers original series from Marvel or Star Wars universes, such as The Mandalorian.
New Disney+ movies to watch this weekend
In Rio, Blu never learned to fly. He lives peacefully in Minnesota with Linda, but his owner, a veterinarian decides one day to send him to Rio de Janeiro to meet Perla, the last female of his kind. Overflowing with enthusiasm, he aspires to only one thing: to live free while twirling in a lush jungle.
Rio 2 is the sequel of the first animation where convinced that the Blue Macaw race is not extinct, Blu and Perla return to the Amazon rainforest to make sure if that’s true or not.
Tick Tock Tale
Tick Tock Tale is an animated short film directed by Dean Wellins and produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios in 2010. In the middle of an old London clock store, a small mantle clock comes to the aid of his cronies when a thief breaks into the shop.
New Disney+ series to watch this weekend
Hostile Planet (season 1)
New week, new National Geographic series on Disney+. Bear Grylls returns in Season 1 of Hostile Planet, a fascinating exploration of the most dangerous places on the planet. The adventurer sets out in search of the most remarkable species of animals that have adapted to the worst unforeseen events and extreme living conditions. A six-part event series directed by Guillermo Navarro, producer Martha Holmes, Tom Hugh-Jones, and Bear Grylls in voiceover.
Once Upon a Time (season 4 and season 5)
The broadcast of the sequel to the fantasy series Once Upon a Time has arrived on Disney+. As a reminder, the story is about the strange little town of Storybrooke, where some fairy-tale characters live. None of them know their true nature: all of them have amnesia as a result of the Evil Queen’s curse.