Disney+ is now the official home to all the favorite Disney Channel shows and movies for viewers in the UK, including new content and the complete back catalogue of series and specials. Now kids can stream popular shows like Bluey, PJ Masks, and Liv and Maddie, as well as classics from the 2000s including That’s So Raven and The Suite Life of Zack & Cody. Plus, all the Disney Channel original movies will be ready and waiting to watch and rewatch, so you can revisit East High and the Wildcats with High School Musical, in addition to its latest series High School Musical The Musical The Series which is a Disney+ original.
“Disney+ is the new home of all Disney Channel shows and movies in the UK. We’re adding hundreds of episodes from popular, family friendly series, to enjoy on the go,” said Luke Bradley-Jones, SVP, Direct to Consumer and General Manager, Disney+ EMEA. “So whether you want to watch back to back episodes of Hannah Montana, or enjoy exclusive Disney+ originals like Secret Society of Second Born Royals, Disney+ is ready for you.”
Disney+ is ad-free and has child-friendly profiles for £5.99 a month in the UK.
Disney Channel content that will be new to Disney+ from the 1st October includes seasons from the following popular shows:
- 101 Dalmatian St
- Big City Greens
- Big Hero 6
- Chip and Dale’s Nutty Tales
- Coop and Cami Ask the World
- Elena of Avalor
- Fancy Nancy Clancy
- Gabby Duran & the Unsittables
- Just Roll With It
- Marvel’s Spiderman
- Mickey and the Roadster Racers
- Muppet Babies
- P.J. Masks
- Puppy Dog Pals
- Raven’s Home
- Star vs. The Forces of Evil
- Star Wars Resistance
- Stuck in the Middle
- Superhero Adventures
- Sydney to the Max
- The Lion Guard
- Zombies 2
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