Following a wonderful selection of fresh content in October, Disney Plus is coming out strong with its first drop of November. There’s a new episode of the service’s most popular show, a Christmas classic and a quite a few other cool additions, so there’s certainly no shortage of stuff to check out for subscribers later this week.
If you’re like the majority of people, you’re probably most excited to catch the next installment of the Disney Plus original series The Mandalorian. And no one could blame you after Friday’s season premiere, which featured an awesome conclusion that’s led to tons of excitement about what the future holds. Luckily, you won’t have to wait long to see what’s next, as the second episode airs on November 6th.
You can also check out Disney’s A Christmas Carol, a 2009 animated adaptation of the famous Charles Dickens story. This version stars Jim Carrey in multiple roles, including Ebenezer Scrooge and all three of the ghosts who haunt him throughout the film. It’s filled with further star power, too, such as Cary Elwes, Gary Oldman, Bob Hoskins and more.
Here’s the full collection of everything launching this coming week on Disney Plus:
Star Wars: The Mandalorian – Season 2, Episode 2 “Chapter 10”
Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom – Episode 7, “The Big Egg Switcheroo”
Weird But True – Episode 313, “Camping”
The Right Stuff – Episode 6
One Day At Disney – Episode 149 “Disney Goldie & Bear” (s1)
Disney Goldie & Bear (s2)
Disney Junior Fancy Nancy: Fancy it Yourself (s1)
Disney’s A Christmas Carol
Of course, that’s not all this month has in store for you. You’ll want to check in every Friday to catch new episodes of The Mandalorian until its season finale on December 18th. And if that’s not enough Star Wars, be sure to keep an eye out for the 17th’s LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special. Lastly, don’t miss the animated Disney flicks Planes and Planes: Fire Rescue on the 20th for some good family fun.
Tell us, though, what are you planning on watching on Disney Plus this week? Let us know in comments below.