We're just a couple of weeks away from the launch of Disney+, Disney's new streaming service. But, once it premieres, what'll actually be on? Plenty, as it turns out — both old and new.

In addition to a library of beloved (and even forgotten) movies, Disney+ has several original series in the works, from big-budget limited series to reality competitions to reboots of old favorites. Take a look at what's going to be available to stream on Day One, in addition to what's planned for the future.

Disney+ won't be available until November 12, 2019, but you can already sign up and subscribe for $7/month. It's easiest to watch if you have Hulu, since Disney will offer a $12.99/month bundle for Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN. After launch, it will be available to stream on most major devices, which include Roku products, Apple devices, Android phones, Chromecasts, Xbox One consoles, and Playstations. At the moment, Amazon Fire Sticks are not on the list of supported devices.

They may not be the stars of the big MCU series, but these characters finally get the chance to tell their own stories.

•The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: This is the first Marvel series to debut on the show, premiering in the fall of 2020. In it, Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan return as Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes — Captain America's two besties — and the show delves into what happens to those characters after Avengers: Endgame.

•WandaVision: Debuting in spring 2021, this series goes further into the story of Scarlet Witch and the Vision. Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany co-star, and the series will be directed by Game of Thrones' Matt Shakman.

•Loki: Starring Tom Hiddleston, this one follows the Thor-villain-turned-fan-favorite as he uses his shape-shifter abilities to pop up throughout history and influence different events. It'll also premiere in spring 2021.



•What If ... ?: This animated show offers a glimpse of an alternate Marvel universe, and how things would be different if pivotal Marvel moments went a different way. It's set to debut in summer 2021, and a huge number of the MCU cast members are said to lend their voices to the series.

•Hawkeye: Jeremy Renner's archer returns, with Hailee Steinfeld as a possible co-star. The series premieres in fall 2021.

•Marvel's Hero Project: This 20-episode docu-series puts the spotlight on IRL heroes — young people who are making positive impacts in their communities. The first episode will be available on November 12, when Disney+ launches, and then new episodes will appear weekly on Fridays. There's also Marvel 616, another non-fiction series that looks at the history of comics and their creators. No release date has been announced for that one.

•Miss Marvel, She-Hulk, and Moon Knight have also been announced as Marvel series in development, though casts, plots, and premiere dates have yet to be revealed.

If you're interested in Star Wars stories that don't involve the Skywalkers, Disney+ has you covered.

•The Mandalorian: This big-budget space western, set in the Star Wars universe, will be available at the launch of Disney+ (but only one episode — new entries in the eight-episode series will premiere weekly). The series follows a Mandalorian (aka the guys who wear Boba Fett's armor) in his exploits in the outer reachers of the galaxy, and it'll have a rotating series of exciting directors, including Thor: Ragnarok's Taika Waititi and Better Call Saul's Deborah Chow.

•Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Fans who were gutted that this animated series was canceled can rejoice in its revival: season 7 of the show premieres in February 2020.

•Cassian Andor (not the official title): The Rogue One star returns in his own prequel series, which is said to be something of a spy caper. Disney+ is eyeing a 2021 launch of the series.

•Obi-Wan Kenobi (not the official title): Ewan McGregor confirmed his return as a young Obi-Wan, though not much else is known about the series. There is currently no release date.

It's not Marvel or Star Wars, but these scripted series bring back some other beloved shows and characters.

•High School Musical: The Series: The Wildcats are back on the prowl, and a new series about them is neither a reboot nor a sequel. Whatever it is, it'll be available starting the first day of Disney+.

•Diary of a Female President: Jane the Virgin's Gina Rodriguez is the creative force behind this story, a limited series about a 12-year-old Cuban-American girl who would go on to become President of the United States, and how the future POTUS navigates life in middle school. It's set to premiere in 2020 (an election year, fittingly).

•Monsters at Work: The next logical step after Monsters, Inc. and Monsters University. The animated series follows Sully and Mike, picking up about six months after the events of Monsters, Inc. It's also set to premiere in 2020.

•Lizzie McGuire: Hillary Duff and the original series creator, Terri Minsky, both return for a new season of the show. Now, Lizzie is 30 and living in NYC, but she still thinks of funny animated cutaways. No release date has been announced.

•Shorts: There will also be some shorts available, including Forky Asks a Question (featuring the favorite character from Toy Story 4), Spark Shorts (Pixar-produced shorts), One Day at Disney (a docu-short series), a Chip and Dale series, and Muppets Now (an improvisational Muppets series).

•The World According to Jeff Goldblum: Available at launch, this series features Jeff Goldblum (aka Dr. Ian Malcolm from Jurassic Park) delving into the science behind everyday objects.

•Encore: Also available at launch, this one features Kristen Bell — the voice of Frozen's Anna — reuniting the casts of old high school musicals for one more encore performance. This will also be available starting November 12.

•The Imagineering Story: Black Panther star Angela Bassett takes viewers through the 65-year history of Disney Imagineering in this docu-series, which will also premiere on the first day of Disney+.

•Into the Unknown: the Making of Frozen 2: With Frozen 2 set to hit theaters just a couple weeks after Disney+ launches, the timing is right for an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film.

•Be Our Chef: The Office's Angela Kinsey will host this fittingly named cooking competition. The competition takes place at Disney World, so there's plenty to drool over.

•Ink and Paint: Based on the book by Mindy Johnson, this gives a look at the trailblazing female animators in Disney's history.

•Shop Class: Another reality series, Shop Class pits students who design, engineer, and build things against each other in engineering challenges. You might get to spot some future Imagineers.

•Rogue Trip: Bob Woodruff and his 27-year-old son, Mack, host this off-the-beaten-path travel show. Variety says it "is the family vacation most of us are unlikely to take."

•Behind the Attraction: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson produces this series, which shows how popular Disney rides and attractions came to be.

•Cinema Relics: Iconic Art of the Movies: This docu-series looks at classic props, costumes, and other memorabilia from beloved Disney movies.

•Magic of the Animal Kingdom: Produced by National Geographic, this documentary series is all about the animals at Disney parks. According to Walt Disney World Today, "Viewers will get to see backstage and see how conservationist cast members work to protect endangered species." Another series, Earthkeepers, will also focus on conservationists' attempts to help animals.

•(Re)Connects: This show follows families attempting to improve their homes lives, focusing on problems like workaholic parents or overly competitive siblings.

•Pixar in Real Life: This candid-camera-style prank show sets up elaborate situations in which people encounter Pixar characters in real life. Don't Forget About the Movies

New series is just one aspect of the Disney+ offerings. The list of available movies goes deep into the Disney Vault, and features hundreds of Disney titles (many of which you probably forget about). Check out this epic Twitter thread for more information.

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