Best Disney+ UK TV Shows to Watch Right Now

Disney+ is a video-on-demand streaming platform curated by Disney Streaming Services. It requires a subscription to stream. It began its debut from the second week of November 2019 in the U.S. and other countries. By the end of March,2020 it made a mark on the UK as well. This platform, now, has more than 54 million+ subscribers. 

The contents are family-friendly, where one can choose from sci-fi to animated movies or shows. Its wide range variety has captured the interest of every age group. The library or the content includes movies and shows from Pixar, 20th-Century Studios, Marvel Studios, National Geographic, Searchlight Pictures, etc. 

It is available on Android, iOS, Android and Apple TV, Mac and P.C., and basically on every platform. One has to sign-in, subscribe to stream and to test the waters, you get a 7-days free trial. You can later choose either a monthly or yearly subscription. If you have recently subscribed to Disney+, you can watch shows from the list we have prepared about the unparalleled and favourite TV shows:

Diana: In Her Own Words

This is a documentary on Princess Diana from the Royal family, where she narrates the life’s events. It was released in 2017. She discusses her life with Prince Charles and other aspects of it. It was the most controversial show that year as Princess Diana secretly sent the narrative audio of herself to the ‘Morton Tapes’. The audio was the raw version of her personal struggles in her life. A woman in ’90s, standing against societal norms and patriarchy, openly discussing depression and everything else made it an overnight success. It has some dark undertone to it but is undoubtedly a must-watch. 

The Simpsons

This show is an animated-sitcom based on The Simpson Shorts, that has more than 650 episodes. You’ll find a normal working-class father and his quirky family dealing with different life problems with their funny approaches. This show has been airing from the past three decades, so you can begin watching it according to your time-period preference. Playing this show will fill your room with laughter and relaxation. 

The World According to Jeff Goldblum

This is an enlightening, compelling and informative show as the actor-musician takes you to the world from his perspective. In this 12-episodes series, he draws connections out of materialistic objects. He brings insights out of science, history, and different people 

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series

Based on High School Musical film series, this show also has music as its main theme. If you have watched the film series, you’ll remember the East High School, and this mockumentary begins from the very same school as the film but with a welcoming ‘Homecoming’. This show is entirely fictional and airs ten episodes. All the High School Musical fans are recommended to watch this show.

Diary of a Future President

A twelve years old girl named Elena contests to be the future president of the U.S. and records the challenges and support that she encounters on her way. The story begins with her as a grown-up girl in the White House finds her diary one day and goes through her past experiences. Story continues in the flashback as she reads her diary. It is a family comedy yet has an inspiring undertone to it. 

DuckTales

This is an ’80s animated T.V. series where the classic-comics inspired the animation techniques. It also brings back the famous comic character Scrooge McDuck. Scrooge babysits his young nephews and brings back his family together at one place and begins with the adventures. 

Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings

This documentary has two seasons where couples have a gala time at DisneyLand. They either propose or get married at dream-like places at Disney’s property. Each and every beautiful moment of the couples are recorded. This is more like watching a real-life romantic movie.

Marvel’s Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.

This is a seven seasons long show that is based on the Marvel comics. S.H.I.E.L.D. stands for Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division. It is a global law-enforcement organisation. The characters are the peacekeepers and spy agents who deal with various enemies from space.

LEGO Disney Frozen Northern Lights

It is a series of animation that features lego building blocks of queen Elsa and her sister Anna. Unfortunately, Elsa uses her powers erroneously. The sisters, later, team up with other three characters to naturalise the weather conditions and find Elsa’s power’s origin to save their kingdom.

Toy Story: Forky Asks a Question

This is another animated series you can binge-watch, that is based on Toy Story 4. It is fun and sapient to see the character Forky asking questions about life, art, and other meaningful yet debatable topics. He also figures out the answers to them. This will be an amusing show for your kids. 

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