The 40 Best Disney Plus Shows in UK to Watch in 2024


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According to a report, Disney Plus has seen a huge rise of subscribers from March last year: up from 33.5 million last year, it now has 100 million paying subscribers across 59 countries. And the best thing about Disney is that the love for its shows is shared by users of all ages. Based on ratings, performances, and reviews by users and critics worldwide, we’ve compiled for you a list of 40 best shows on Disney Plus to watch in 2022.

The Disney+ library also has many original TV shows and is constantly adding new ones to its library, which are gaining popularity among the masses — making it the biggest global streaming platform after Netflix and Prime Video.

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Our list of the 40 best shows on Disney Plus are as follows:

#40 Star Wars Resistance (TV Series 2018–2020)

Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure

IMDb Rating: 5.0

Director: Carrie Beck, Dave Filoni, Kiri Hart

Cast: Christopher Sean, Scott Lawrence, Josh Brener, Suzie McGrath, Jason Hightower, and Myrna Velasco

The Star Wars Resistance occurs in the timeline between the Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi and Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens. It focuses on Kazuda Xiono’s character, a young pilot from the Resistance of General Leia Organa who has to spy on the First Order’s increasing threat.

#39 Hannah Montana (TV Series 2006–2011)

Genre: Comedy, Family, Music

IMDb Rating: 5.1

Director: Richard Correll, Barry O’Brien, and Michael Poryes.

Cast: Miley Cyrus, Emily Osment, Jason Earles, Billy Ray Cyrus, and Mitchel Musso.

You can’t exclude Hannah Montana when you think about the best shows on Disney Plus of all time!

This series is based on Miley Stewart, Miley Cyrus’ alter ego that she embraced as a teenager who lives a double life as an ordinary girl and as a pop star, Hannah Montana.

The episodes deal with Miley’s daily attempts to cope with teens’ societal and emotional problems while she maintains her disguised identity using her blonde wig. Miley’s brother and her best friends know about her secret. Topics involve family attention, relationships, the value of music, and personality discovery. Billy ray Cyrus also appears in the show as Hannah Montana’s manager.

#38 Marvel 616 (TV Series 2020– )

Genre: Documentary

IMDb Rating: 6.4

Director: Alison Brie, David Gelb, Gillian Jacobs, Clay Jeter, Brian Oakes, Sarah Ramos, Andrew Rossi, and Paul Scheer.

Cast: Jesse Falcon, Sana Amanat, Courtney Kyle, Gene Pelc, Paul Scheer, Dan Slott, and Ryan Ting.

Marvel’s 616 examines the rich history of Marvel’s groundbreaking heroes, designers, and narrators to represent the universe from their view. The documentary comprises eight episodes, and each episode is led by a lone moviemaker, which displays the collisions of narrative, popular culture, and fanbases.

#37 The Suite Life of Zack & Cody (TV Series 2005–2008)

Genre: Comedy, Family

IMDb Rating: 6.5

Director: Danny Kallis, Jim Geoghan

Cast: Cole Sprouse, Dylan Sprouse, Brenda Song, Ashley Tisdale, and Phill Lewis.

The list of best shows on Disney Plus is incomplete without the naughtiest pair of twins from our childhood!

The series focuses on two identical twins Dylan and Cole Sprouse, playing Zack and Cody. Zack and Cody’s lives take a turn when their mother gets a job in a well-known hotel, The Tipton Hotel in Boston.

The twins will now have to live with their mother in the same hotel’s upper floor suite. A hotel candy counter girl, Maddie Fitzpatrick, who is also a part-time babysitter, appears to put a full stop to the twins’ antics. The twins have all the hotel facilities, including a hotel room, a candy counter, and a swimming pool.

#36 That’s So Raven (TV Series 2003–2007)

Genre: Comedy, Family, Fantasy

IMDb Rating: 6.6

Director: Michael Poryes, Susan Sherman

Cast: Raven-Symoné, Orlando Brown, Kyle Massey, Anneliese van der Pol, and Rondell Sheridan

This storyline goes about a teenager Raven Baxter, played by Raven-Symoné, and how she and her family and friends get into trouble and tackle various troublesome circumstances, normally utilizing their psychological powers and different tactics, none of which really helps them.

#35 Lizzie McGuire (TV Series 2001–2004)

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family.

IMDb Rating: 6.6

Director: Jim Fall.

Cast: Hilary Duff, Lalaine, Adam Lamberg, Jake Thomas, Hallie Todd, and Robert Carradine.

Lizzie McGuire and her friends go on a school-funded trip to Rome on their summer break. She made friends with a guy named Paolo Valisari, who happens to be a local musician and whose singing partner is quite identical to Lizzie.

Paolo gets into a fight with his singing partner, and he asks Lizzie to sing at her place in front of crowds in a huge concert as she sings along to a pre-recorded track. However, things go against her, and she has to now sing with her own voice in front of massive crowds.

#34 Earth to Ned (TV Series 2020– )

Genre: Comedy, Sci-Fi, Talk-Show

IMDb Rating: 6.7

Director: Bruce Leddy

Cast: Dan Gregor, Adam Horowitz, Sierra Katow, Edward Kitsis, and Yassir Lester.

Ned, a blue-skinned alien, and Lt Cornelius were sent to explore Earth for a possible invasion. However, they got fascinated with mainstream culture. They now have a talk show, transmitted from their spacecraft, interviewing various celebrities. Ned gets the real-life celebrities on his ship and questions them in the late-night talk show format, which makes Ned a well-known celebrity. The more Ned gets to know, the more he becomes fascinated with our human society.

#33 The Right Stuff (TV Series 2020– )

Genre: Drama, History

IMDb Rating: 6.7

Director: Mark Lafferty

Cast: Patrick J. Adams, Patrick Fischler, Eric Ladin, James Lafferty, and Shannon Lucio.

The Right Stuff is a TV series based on Tom Wolfe’s book ‘The Right Stuff,’ released in 1979. It looks at the roots and expansion of the US space program. The Right Stuff takes a look into the lives of the original Mercury seven astronauts and their families. The series is divided into eight parts, each episode of 60 minutes.

#32 Diary of a Future President (TV Series 2020– )

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family

IMDb Rating: 6.8

Director: Ilana Peña

Cast: Sanai Victoria, Nathan Arenas, Tess Romero, Selenis Leyva, and Charlie Bushnell.

How could we forget this Disney Original when compiling the list of best shows on Disney Plus?

Elena, a sixth-grader, being an outstanding student, always amazes everyone with her intelligence. She is a toper, but having lost her father three years ago, it has affected her life a lot and has made things somewhat challenging for her. Her best friend, Sasha, helps her from the mean girls of her school. Elena has a diary in which she writes everything from her daily goals to her fears and frustrations.

#31 Disney’s Goof Troop (TV Series 1992–1993)

Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy.

IMDb Rating: 6.8

Director: Robert Taylor.

Cast: Rob Paulsen, April Winchell, Jim Cummings, Bill Farmer, and Dana Hill.

Goofy, a single dad, and his son, Max, go back to Spoonerville’s hometown. As it occurs, Goofy and Max eventually move to Goofy’s secondary school friend: Pete. Max and P.J. (Pete’s son) become great pals and do everything together virtually. Max’s relative normal personality contrasts sharply with his father, contributing to a huge part of the show’s humor.

#30 Forky Asks a Question (TV Series 2019–2020)

Genre: Animation, Short, Comedy.

IMDb Rating: 6.8

Director: Bob Peterson.

Cast: Tony Hale, Bob Peterson, John Ratzenberger, Kristen Schaal, and Robin Atkin Downes.

Forky first appeared in the trailer of ‘Toy Story 4’ to put more dramatic and comedic moments, as he struggles to accept himself. Forky thinks of himself as garbage and not a toy and feels that he does not belong with the toys.

Forky is the main character of the series that comprises ten shorts. The admirable toy is made of a spork that is attached to a pipe cleaner. Tony Hale has given the voice to Forky and has picked up this role as an experiment.

#29 Becoming (TV Series 2020– )

Genre: Documentary, Biography, Sport

IMDb Rating: 6.9

Director: Dan Howlett.

Cast: Colbie Caillat, Nick Cannon, Anthony Davis, Rob Gronkowski, and Caleb McLaughlin.

Becoming covers the inspiring true experiences of global entertainers, artists, and celebrities from executive producers. Each episode follows a famous person going back to his hometown while visiting nostalgic places crucial to his growth.

Family members, students, advisors, and peers of that celebrity share important, intimate experiences. These never heard tales give a close insight into the main moments of the featured celebrity.

#28 Marvel’s Runaways (TV Series 2017–2019)

Genre: Action, Drama, Sci-Fi

IMDb Rating: 7.0

Director: Stephanie Savage, Josh Schwartz

Cast: Rhenzy Feliz, Lyrica Okano, Virginia Gardner, Ariela Barer, and Gregg Sulkin.

Runaways covers the life of six teenagers Nico Minoru, Karolina Dean, Molly Hernandez, Chase Stein, Alex Wilder, and Gertrude Yorkes, in the Marvel universe, who finds out that their parents are actually part of a super-villain group called The Pride.

They realize that they are not safe in their homes, so they decide to run away from their homes. They discover a lot in their journey and unite together to become a new group.

#27 Kim Possible (TV Series 2002–2007)

Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure

IMDb Rating: 7.2

Director: Mark McCorkle, Bob Schooley.

Cast: Christy Carlson Romano, Will Friedle, Nancy Cartwright, Tahj Mowry, and John DiMaggio.

Kim seems like a typical girl next door. However, she’s spending her time battling violence and saving the planet when she’s not doing cheerleading or facing the typical struggles of her teenage years.

Kim’s techy friend Wade runs her website, and with the assistance of her best friend Ron Stoppable, along with his mole-rat Rufus, she gets the gadgets. They most often foil Dr. Drakken’s and his sidekick, Shego’s plan of global domination.

Between saving the earth, the pressures and struggles of adolescent years are tackled by Kim and Ron. A range of other villains from time to time and obstacles appear in her life.

#26 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (TV Series 2013–2020)

Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama

IMDb Rating: 7.5

Director: Maurissa Tancharoen, Jed Whedon, Joss Whedon.

Cast: Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Chloe Bennet, Elizabeth Henstridge, and Iain De Caestecker.

A few months following the conclusion of the attack on the Helicarrier, Phil Coulson, still alive and well into the custody of the Asgardian Loki after his apparent assassination, brings together a small, high-skilled squad of officers to deal with cases still not classified.

#25 Even Stevens (TV Series 2000–2003)

Genre: Comedy, Family

IMDb Rating: 7.6

Director: Matt Dearborn

Cast: Shia LaBeouf, Christy Carlson, Nick Spano, Tom Virtue, and Donna Pescow

The Stevens family resides in Sacramento, CA. Louis Stevens idolizes Jay Leno; his sister Ren is a dean-list star who plans every day’s coursework with her monogrammed Palm Pilot. The show is about the comedic moments that occur when the siblings face each other in their school and house and do their best to outdo each other.

#24 Darkwing Duck (TV Series 1991–1992)

Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure

IMDb Rating: 7.6

Director: Jim Cummings, Terence McGovern, Christine Cavanaugh

Cast: Jim Cummings, Terence McGovern, Christine Cavanaugh, Katie Leigh, and Susan Tolsky

Darkwing Duck revolves around the adventures of Darkwing Duck, a superhero, who is helped by his sidekick and pilot Launchpad McQuack. He lives in an unusual house with his adopted daughter Gosalyn with the secret identity of Drake Mallard.

Darkwing finds it difficult to balance between being a good father and support to do good in St. Canard and fulfilling his own need for fame and recognition. The series mainly focuses on Darkwing’s struggle in balancing his roles.

#23 Encore! (TV Series 2019–2020)

Genre: Musical, Reality-TV

IMDb Rating: 7.6

Director: Hisham Abed

Cast: Kristen Bell, Matt Fowler, Adam Wachter, and Coy Middlebrook

Encore! reminisces the good old days through an adulthood perspective. Ex-theater performers get together to give a comeback on stage with an encore performance of the musicals they used to perform in their school.

Encore! puts the former classmates to recreate their original performances in a high school reunion. Things get emotional when the ex-students experience anxiety, competition, and faded friendships. Regardless of all the things, the students manage to put up an excellent performance of various musicals.

#22 TaleSpin (TV Series 1990–1991)

Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure.

IMDb Rating: 7.6

Director: Larry Latham, and Robert Taylor.

Cast: Ed Gilbert, Jim Cummings, Sally Struthers, and R. J. Williams.

TaleSpin is an animated series which is about the happenings of the fictional city of Cape Suzette, a town that is surrounded by huge cliffs to which only a tiny opening exists. That opening is protected by artillery, which prevents artillery from entering their city.

The series appears to be depicting the life of the early 30s. The comedic elements are added with Rebecca and Baloo’s relationship. The show is one of the only nine Disney Afternoon shows that used famous Disney characters as the main characters.

#21 The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers (TV Series 2021– )

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Sport

IMDb Rating: 7.7

Director: Steven Brill, Josh Goldsmith, Cathy Yuspa

Cast: Lauren Graham, Brady Noon, Maxwell Simkins, Swayam Bhatia, and Julee Cerda

Young Evan, a hockey enthusiast, fails to make it be a part of the Mighty Ducks junior hockey team. After Evan’s failure, his mother helps him create a new squad of underdogs, with Gordon Bombay’s assistance, the original coach of the Ducks.

#20 The World According to Jeff Goldblum (TV Series 2019– )

Genre: Documentary, Comedy

IMDb Rating: 7.8

Director: Karen McGann, Simon Lloyd, and Nic Stacey

Cast: Jeff Goldblum, Miranda Barrie, Paul Francis, Jaysse Lopez, and Stephanie Soo.

Jeff brings us on a pleasant, informative, and playful trip in ‘The World According to Jeff Goldblum.’ He takes on an object in each episode and uncovers a world of stunning relations, intriguing science, and background of the topic.

Jeff finds how all the simplest products have unbelievable, even surrealistic backstories, from shoes, ice cream, coffee, and makeup to anything. Everything is displayed from his eyes which makes even the most boring things interesting.

#19 Recess (TV Series 1997–2001)

Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy

IMDb Rating: 7.8

Director: Paul Germain, Joe Ansolabehere.

Cast: Rickey D’Shon Collins, Jason Davis, Ashley Johnson, Pamela Adlon, and Courtland Mead.

Recess is seen to be a symbol of independence, a period of expressing oneself and developing significant relationships. Most episodes feature one or more of the six key characters who strive for rational equilibrium among individuality and social order.

The series is about the humorous stories of a community of good friends, four boys, and two girls, as they grow up, connect, and have encounters with authority during primary school breaks. They also protect their independence from potential pressures from adults and the management of schools and societal standards.

#18 Agent Carter (TV Series 2015–2016)

Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

IMDb Rating: 7.9

Director: Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely

Cast: Hayley Atwell, James D’Arcy, Enver Gjokaj, Chad Michael Murray, and Wynn Everett

Agent Carter is based on the Marvel Comics character Peggy Carter. The series is sandwiched before the events of Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter and after Captain America: The First Avenger.

Years before Agent Coulson and his S.H.I.E.L.D. squad vowed to defend others who are unable to defend themselves from dangers; there was Agent Peggy Carter who took the same oath but existed at a period where women were not thought to be as tough or sharp as their male counterparts.

#17 X-Men: Evolution (TV Series 2000–2003)

Genre: Animation, Action, Drama

IMDb Rating: 7.9

Director: Gary Graham, Frank Paur, and Steven E. Gordon

Cast: Kirby Morrow, Venus Terzo, David Kaye, Brad Swaile, Maggie Blue O’Hara, and Scott McNeil

X-Men: Evolution is an anime TV series featuring the X-Men SuperHero Squad in Marvel Comics. The series comprises four seasons and begins with the formation of X-Men. As the series develops, more characters are introduced as they become a part of X-Men and fight against the evil forces.

X-Men come together against the brothers Toad, Avalanche, Blob, and Quicksilver, led by Mystique and working under Magneto. The series is packed with superhero action and follows a brilliant storyline.

#16 The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (TV Mini-Series 2021)

Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama

IMDb Rating: 7.9

Director: Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, Wyatt Russell

Cast: Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, Wyatt Russell, Erin Kellyman, and Desmond Chiam

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is Disney+ miniseries revolving around the Marvel Comic characters Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes. After the adventures of ‘Avengers: Endgame’, Sam Wilson partners with Bucky Barnes to evaluate their skills and endurance in a global adventure.

The miniseries was created by Malcolm Spellman and also features the characters of Captain America, Karli Morgenthau, Joaquin Torris, and more in its episodes. Also, if you would like to know the Order of Marvel Movies, we have got you covered!

#15 Star Wars Rebels (TV Series 2014–2018)

Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure.

IMDb Rating: 8.0

Director: David Filoni.

Cast: Taylor Gray, Dave Filoni, Vanessa Marshall, Freddie Prinze Jr., Steve Blum, and Tiya Sircar.

Star Wars Rebels is an animated series focused around the time between Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope. A smart, courageous ragtag starship crew is against the evil Empire by keeping the Jedi Knights’ last galaxy. The series follows a multitudinous group of rebels who dwell in the Ghost starship fighting the dark Galactic Empire.

#14 SparkShorts (TV Series 2019– )

Genre: Animation, Short, Comedy

IMDb Rating: 8.0

Director: Rosana Sullivan, Kristen Lester, and Brian Larsen.

Cast: Kyle McDaniel, Eli Fucile, Emilio Fuentes, Bret ‘Brook’ Parker, and Madison Bandy.

SparkShorts is a collection of animated short films by directors and artists from Pixar. The films are independent short films, premiered as an innovative narrative project.

The story centers around a yarn ball named Purl, and it is the first yarn ball to function for the corporation called B.R.O. Capital but its human peers bias against it. Purl adjusts her look and character quickly to suit her, but then it becomes apparent that this may not be the right decision.

#13 Phineas and Ferb (TV Series 2007–2015)

Genre: Animation, Short, Action

IMDb Rating: 8.0

Director: Dan Povenmire, Jeff ‘Swampy’ Marsh

Cast:Vincent Martella, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Dan Povenmire

A humorous series about the two stepbrothers, Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher, does creative activities on their summer holidays in their backyard, such as constructing a roller coaster with raw materials.

They also have a bratty sister who is always one step behind them. Their pet Perry the Platypus, who lives a double life, plans against the evil plans of Dr. Doofenshmirtz.

#12 Once Upon a Time (TV Series 2011–2018)

Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

IMDb Rating: 8.1

Director: Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis

Cast: Lana Parrilla, Robert Carlyle, Jared Gilmore, Jennifer Morrison, and Ginnifer Goodwin.

Emma Swan meets her son Henry on her 28th birthday whom she had given away for adoption. Henry thinks that Emma is Snow White and Prince Charming’s taught and is sent to the world to destroy the curse casted by the Evil Queen.

Emma returns Henry to Storybrooke with little confusion and she meets the mysterious Mr. Gold and confronts mayor Regina Mills, who happens to be the woman who adopted Henry, and Henry thinks of her as the Evil Queen.

#11 Boy Meets World (TV Series 1993–2000)

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family.

IMDb Rating: 8.1

Director: William Russ

Cast: Ben Savage, William Daniels, Betsy Randle, Will Friedle, and Rider Strong.

Boy Meets World is a comic sitcom focused on a young boy, Cory Matthews, and his journey as he goes through his puberty years to becoming an adult. He is joined by his girlfriend Topanga Lawrence, his friend Shawn Hunter, his neighbor and teacher George Feeny, and his brother Eric, although older than him, but acts quite silly. Watch the show as the adventures unpack for Cory.

#10 Gargoyles (TV Series 1994–1996)

Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure

IMDb Rating: 8.1

Director: Greg Weisman

Cast: Keith David, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Jeff Bennett, Frank Welker, and Edward Asner

Gargoyles are a nocturnal species that convert into stone during the daytime; Goliath (a Gargoyles member) leads the clan. The clans live with human beings in 994 AD in medieval Scotland. Most of them are assassinated by treachery, and the rest are turned into stone.

A wealthy person named David Xanatos buys the gargoyles’ castle a thousand years later, in 1994. David reconstructs the castle on a skyscraper, which makes the castle rise above the clouds and awakens the six remaining gargoyles.

#9 Schoolhouse Rock! (TV Series 1973–2009)

Genre: Animation, Short, Family

IMDb Rating: 8.1

Director: Bob Dorough.

Cast: Bob Dorough, Jack Sheldon, Lynn Ahrens, Val Hawk, and Bob Kaliban.

Schoolhouse Rock is a series of short educational videos popular among children and is a great show for learning purposes. The videos contain musical illustrations of different topics and subjects for easy learning and better memory. The educational videos contain tables, grammatical concepts, scientific facts. and historical and geographical information.

#8 Great Migrations (TV Mini-Series 2010– )

Genre: Documentary

IMDb Rating: 8.1

Director: Leslie Schwerin

Cast: Tarkan, Alec Baldwin, Stephen Fry, Thomas Fritsch, and James Byrne

Great Migration is a collection of 7 documentaries based on nature; each episode lasts 45 minutes and takes the viewers on an educational journey. It unravels the mysteries of different species, their survival acts, and a lot more. This docu-series is a treat for all animal lovers.

#7 WandaVision (TV Mini-Series 2021)

Genre: Action, Comedy, Drama

IMDb Rating: 8.1

Director: Jac Schaeffer

Cast: Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany, Kathryn Hahn, Teyonah Parris, and Josh Stamberg

WandaVision, a sequel to Avengers: Endgame, is about two superheroes, Wanda Maximoff and Vision. Both Wanda and Vision enjoy living normal lives begin suspecting that things are not as they seem to be. The series set within the Marvel Cinematic Universe shows the lives of the newlyweds together as they encounter various challenges.

#6 Prop Culture (TV Series 2020– )

Genre: Documentary

IMDb Rating: 8.2

Director: Jason C. Henry, Dan Lanigan

Cast: Dan Lanigan, Don Bies, Andrew Adamson, Erin Andrews, and Bruce Boxleitner.

Prop Culture is a docuseries set in eight episodes that traverses the popular Disney movies as the host of the show; Dan Lanigan unveils the behind-the-scenes footages and interesting unknown facts about those movies. He also interviews the actors, directors, animators, etc. A different movie is focused on each episode.

#5 So Weird (TV Series 1999–2001)

Genre: Adventure, Family, Mystery

IMDb Rating: 8.5

Director: Tom J. Astle

Cast: Patrick Levis, Mackenzie Phillips, Belinda Metz, Dave ‘Squatch’ Ward, and Eric Lively.

Fiona Phillips goes on a tour with her mother and friends. All of Fiona’s paranormal meetings are accompanied by her quest for interaction with her dad, who died when she was very young. In the second episode, Fi meets her father, and an unidentified power sends her posts on the internet advising them of the future.

Fi faces weird experiences, including alien invasions, time warps, and spirits. Fi finds a real spirit named Bricriu. Bricriu promises to defend Fi, and although it is understandable that Fi first thought he was lying, subsequent events in the show showed that Bricriu might have told the facts. But, things are quite skeptical as the show unravels various interesting twists.

#4 Atlanta (TV Series 2016– )

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Music

IMDb Rating: 8.6

Director: Hiro Murai, Donald Glover

Cast: Donald Glover, Brian Tyree Henry, LaKeith Stanfiel, Zazie Beetz, and Khris Davis

Atlanta is one of the leading cities for aspiring rappers who want to make it big in the game. Alfred Miles, a hot young artist seeking to explore the connection between real and street life, is managed by his cousin, Earn. His cousin does his best to help Alfred in building his career.

Alfred and Earn face problems related to race, status, connections, poverty, and parenthood. Earn spends his time with Best Friend Vanessa when he’s not occupied overseeing his cousin’s career.

#3 The Mandalorian (TV Series 2019– )

Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

IMDb Rating: 8.8

Director: Jon Favreau

Cast: Pedro Pascal, Gina Carano, Giancarlo Esposito, Chris Bartlett, and Carl Weathers

In the Star Wars universe, after Jango and Boba Fett’s novels, another warrior appears. Traveling on the external galaxy of a solitary bounty hunter far from the New Republic. The Mandalorian is set after the collapse of the Empire and before the arrival of the First Order. You will witness the works of a lone gunfighter far from the mighty New Republic on the outer reaches of the galaxy.

#2 Gravity Falls (TV Series 2012–2016)

Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy

IMDb Rating: 8.9

Director: Alex Hirsch

Cast: Jason Ritter, Alex Hirsch, Kristen Schaal, Linda Cardellini, and Kevin Michael Richardson.

Gravity Falls is a series that covers the story of the twin’s Dipper and Mabel Pines, who are sent to spend the summer with their eccentric Great Uncle Stan, who has a touristic trap called The Mystery Shack in a small North West town where things are pretty weird and twisted. The forests are filled with mysterious creatures, and the city has several monsters and offers the adventures of time travel.

#1 The Imagineering Story (TV Mini-Series 2019)

Genre: Documentary

IMDb Rating: 9.0

Director: Leslie Iwerks

Cast: Tom Morris, Kevin Rafferty, Angela Bassett, Tom Fitzgerald, and Bob Weis.

Besides being one of the most popular film studios globally, Disney owns some of the world’s most famous theme parks. This series was originally planned as a feature documentary and was reworked into a six-episode documentary to become part of the launch of Disney+. The series examines the history and creation of Walt Disney’s theme parks worldwide and is narrated by Angela Bassett.

What Else is Worth Watching on Disney Plus?

Here you can see the list of worth-watching titles on Disney Plus:

Wrapping it up:

So, which of the best shows on Disney Plus in UK will you be watching or re-watching? Grab your favorite comfort food and get ready to relive your childhood all over again with some of these classics!

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