The best shows on Disney+ you should already watch
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Disney+ is a goldmine of things to watch thanks to its brand hub, including Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars. In Australia, we’re also lucky to have Star on Disney+, which further expands the streaming service’s offerings of top TV shows.
If you’re new to Disney+ or just looking for a new series to binge on, here are some of the best shows you can find.
The best TV shows on Disney+
The latest Marvel TV show made its epic debut on Disney+ and tops our list of must-watches.
The show follows Kamala who is a superhero fan with an active imagination, especially when it comes to Captain Marvel. Kamala doesn’t really feel like she fits in at school or even at home, until she gets her own superpowers.
Mrs. Wonder is truly amazing. If you need more convincing, read our review here.
look Mrs. Wonder here.
Michael Keaton, Kaitlyn Dever, Will Poulter and Peter Sarsgaard star in the miniseries which takes a heartbreaking look at America’s opioid crisis. Critics praised Dopeexploring difficult topics and how he handles the people involved.
look Dope here.
The Mandalorian was one of the first original series available on Disney+ when it launched and should therefore also be your first port of call.
The first live-action series set in the Star Wars universe follows Din Djarin, a Mandalorian and bounty hunter who rescues a mysterious child from the clutches of the Imperials. Together, the duo embarks on a planetary adventure in search of a new home for the child.
The Mandalorian is Star Wars at its best and an essential part of any binge-watch.
look The Mandalorian here.
Only murders in the building
Another Star hit on Disney+ is the crime comedy about murder Only murders in the building.
The show stars Selena Gomez, Steve Martin and Martin Short as an unlikely trio of true crime fans who band together to solve a true crime that is happening in their apartment building.
Only murders in the buildingg is addictive and will keep you guessing until the end – and into Season 2!
look Only murders in the building here.
With 12 seasons done and a movie on the way, it’s no secret Bob’s Burgers is massively popular.
The animated comedy follows the adorable Belcher family and their adventures as they try to maintain their burger business in a small seaside town.
look Bob’s Burgers here.
The story of imagination
If you’ve ever been captivated by the magic of a Disney theme park, you can’t go past it. The story of imagination.
The docuseries takes viewers behind the scenes of how Disney’s Imagineers built each of the theme park’s biggest attractions, from the original park in California to locations around the world.
look The story of imagination here.
Disney+ is home to just about every Marvel movie and TV series, but one of the platform’s best original shows to date is Loki.
The time-traveling multiversal adventure stars Tom Hiddleston as Thor’s trickster brother Loki, who finally gets his time in the spotlight. It’s funny, action-packed and there’s something for everyone. Not to mention, this is essential viewing for anyone who wants to keep up to date with the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
look Loki here.
All The simpsons episodes gathered in the same place? That’s right, Disney+ is currently home to 31 seasons of the classic animated comedy, making it one hell of a watch binge.
If you’ve been living under a rock for 30 years and don’t know what The simpsons is set to follow a dysfunctional family dealing with the comical situations presented by life in the town of Springfield.
look The simpsons here.
moon knight is another part of the MCU spectacle but is very different from anything we’ve seen before.
It follows Steven Grant who is plagued by blackouts and memories of another life. He then discovers that he has dissociative identity disorder and shares a body with mercenary Marc Spector. The couple must then investigate a series of mysteries that torment the Egyptian gods.
look moon knight here.
Love, Victor follows the hit teen movie Love, Simon. This time the story is about another closeted teenager, Victor, who writes to Simon about the challenges he faces as he explores his sexuality and tries to date his parents.
It’s a modern, warm, hearty hug from a series that’s made waves as one of the few LGBTQ teen rom-com series.
look Love, Victor here.
Clint Barton and Kate Bishop join forces during the holiday season in Hawkeye, facing off against a series of dangerous enemies, including Yelena Belova.
The Hawk Eye The series has really taken the time to give this often underrated hero his credit as the Avenger, and this new combo from Kate Bishop and Clint Barton is a joy to watch.
look Hawk Eye on Disney+ here.
Pam and Tommy
One of the craziest stories you’ll ever see unfold on the small screen, Pam and Tommy takes the audience through the scandal surrounding the theft and distribution of a sex tape made by Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee in the 90s.
The series will make you wonder how many events are true. Which, luckily for you, we’ve been keeping tabs on.
look Pam and Tommy here.
If none of these titles appeal to you, there are a slew of Marvel and Star Wars shows coming soon to Disney+ that will make good use of your subscription.
You can sign up for Disney+ here and start enjoying all of these great shows as soon as possible.
This article has been updated from its original publication date.