10 brand new originals that are coming to Disney+ in 2020

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Disney's brand new streaming subscription has totally beat all expectations. With over 8,000 classic films and shows to choose from, we can confirm that it's the best $6.99 a month we've ever spent. 

From the buzzy Star Wars series "The Mandalorian" (which is coming to the end of its first season) to the revamp of "High School Musical," Disney+ has been amping up all of its original content. Our eyes are set on the "Lizzie McGuire" reboot, although the premiere date has yet to be announced. In the meantime, Disney has released a mega-list all brand new originals that are set to hit the streaming platform in 2020. 

From a Star Wars game show to a behind-the-scenes of Disney destination weddings, get hyped for all of the confirmed original shows and movies coming to Disney+in 2020. If you're trying to figure out where to begin come the new year, we've got you covered below!

"Diary of a Female President"

This new series will follow the journey of a Cuban-American 12-year-old girl through middle school as she works to accomplish her goal of becoming the future president of the United States. The show will star Gina Rodriguez and is executive produced by Ilana Peña.

“Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings”

Ever wonder what it would be like to get married at Disney? This new show will go behind the scenes of some of the most epic weddings and engagements at Disney destinations around the world. Expect surprise guests and performances!

"Monsters At Work"

You guessed it! This new animated series is inspired by the 2001 classic "Monsters, Inc." Mike and Sully will be voiced by Billy Crystal and John Goodman, respectively. 

"Star Wars: Jedi Temple Challenge"

Calling all "Star Wars" fans! Put your knowledge to the test with this upcoming game show that features fun obstacles in order to achieve the rank of Jedi Knight.

"Be Our Chef"

Aside from the rides and magic castle, Disney is also known for its epic lineup of food! This brand new cooking show, hosted by Angela Kinsey, will bring diverse families together to compete in challenges with the chance of creating Disney Parks next great dish.

"The Falcon and The Winter Soldier"

Marvel's popular heroes are joining forces for a new action-adventure series that takes place after “Avengers:
Endgame.” You can expect to see familiar faces Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan.

"Howard"

This documentary will give Disney fans a glimpse inside the life of the brilliant man responsible for the lyrics of "Aladdin," "Beauty and the Beast," "The Little Mermaid." Howard Ashman also created the iconic musical "Little Shop of Horrors."

"Love, Simon"

A sequel to the popular 2018 film, this series details the love of a high school student named Victor, who is struggling with adjusting to a new city and discovering his sexual orientation. Eventually, he calls upon Simon for advice on how to deal with navigating high school and figuring out who he is.

"Chip ‘n’ Dale"

Disney's most famous chipmunks are back with a modern update of the cartoon classic. The show, produced by French studio Xilam Animation, will take us on a journey through the contrasting personalities of Chip and Dale.

"Lamp Life"

Bo Peep is set to take center stage in an all-new animated short film. "Toy Story" fans will finally find out where she's been since 1999's "Toy Story 2."

Sign up for the Disney+ bundle here for only $12.99 per month and get exclusive access to Pixar, Marvel, National Geographic and more. The bundle also includes access to Hulu and ESPN+, saving you $60 per year. If you're not totally ready to commit, get a free one-week Disney+ trial here and binge watch all of your favorite shows and movies, in addition to exclusive new originals. 

Disney+ costs $6.99 per month, though they offer a $69.99 per year price that is essentially two months free!

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