Whats Coming to Disney Plus in 2020-2021

because I need SOMETHING to do

Lexi Kincaid, Managing Editor

If you’re like me, Disney Plus has become a staple in your daily routine. I genuinely think that I’ve watched every princess movie this month. Of course I am running out of things to watch, as I assume you are too. So here are all the things coming to Disney Plus in 2021, so you have something to look forward to after this week’s Wanda-Vision episode.

 

Falcon and The Winter Soldier 

This is one of the most highly anticipated shows of Disney plus and had been pushed back due to the virus. The show follows Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes on a “global ad

venture to test their abilities” according to Disney. The show is set after Endgame, just like Wanada-Vision; however, it is unclear how long it has been since. The main villain is Erin Kellyman, an anti-patriotic member of the Flag Smashers.

The show will be directed by Kari Skogland, who also directed The HandmaidsTale (2017-18) and The Loudest Voice Director (2019). It will air once a week every Friday starting March 19th. 

Raya and The Last Dragon

Raya lives in Kumandra, an ancient realm based on southeast Asian culture. This will be the next big Disney Heroine movie, and the first to show Southeast Asain culture. Raya, the protagonist, will be voiced by Star Wars’ Kelly Marie Tran. This movie comes out March 5th 2021 and will be rated PG.

 

Loki

If you love the complex nature of Marvel’s Wanda-Vision, Loki is the show for you. Following the new timeline made in Avengers Endgame, Loki will be creating even more timelines in the Multiverse. This mischief is rather elusive and ample opportunities for different stories leaves it hard to have any real guesses on what will happen.

Tom Hiddleston is confirmed to reprise the role of his 2012 Loki and Owen Wilson has also been confirmed to be on the cast, but it is unclear what character he will be playing. 

 

Dug Days

Tell me that’s not adorable

The lovable pup from Pixar’s Up is back and onto new adventures in his new series Dug Days. The show will follow Dug and his owner Carl on their life in suburbia. The series premieres fall of 2021 and will be directed by Bob Peterson. Rated G its the perfect show for families because- lets be honest- we all love Dug the dog.

Ms. Marvel

The teen superhero is going from comics to the screen in the upcoming series. Based on the comics Ms.Marvel follows Kamala Khan, Marvel’s first leading Muslim hero, growing up in New Jersey and dealing with latent inhuman lineage from a freak accident. 

The show will come out late 2021 and not much has been heard about what storyline it will follow. The star, Iman Vellani, has been  as the hero along with some other young and new names. Four directors- Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and Meera Menon- have been named to the project. 

 

Disney Plus is very much playing on its Marvel platform and I have high hopes, although it is easy to have too much of a good thing, leading to repetition. The other stories are exciting and fun adventures also which I am excited to see.

 What are you most excited for coming to Disney Plus? If you don’t have it will you consider getting it to watch these shows? Is it a Marvel overkill?