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Disney+ launch lineup: every movie and TV show available to stream in the US on day one

Disney’s foray into an online streaming subscription service, Disney+, is now live. We’ve updated this post with the company’s full launch lineup — including some of the missing Marvel movies and animated series, along with the first three Home Alone movies.

The company initially used a massive Twitter thread — more than 300 tweets in total — to make the announcement. The thread included obvious titles like Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Frozen, alongside older titles like Three Men and a Baby, Three Musketeers, Swiss Family Robinson, and Fantasia. Disney also used the thread to name some popular TV series that will be available on day one, including Lizzie McGuire, Recess, and the animated X-Men series from 2002.

Most of the announcements focus on Disney’s back catalog. There are a few originals on the list, including the Star Wars live-action spinoff series The Mandalorian, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, and The Lady and the Tramp live-action remake. That’s in keeping with Disney’s strategy of selling its streaming service on the concept of nostalgia and whole-family viewing options.

The titles coming to the US are more or less in line with what European subscribers will see, with a few notable exceptions. Part of that has to do with rights distributions — it’s why Spider-Man: Homecoming isn’t available on the service yet. Disney is working to get back rights to the titles it’s leased to other streamers (just as other major distributors, like NBCUniversal and WarnerMedia, are slowly buying back the rights to their top shows for their own streaming services), but given the value of Marvel and Disney titles, the process may take some time.

“I think as you can see from what we’re making available … at launch, there’s been a lot of effort that went into bringing it all back together,” Michael Paull, head of streaming services at Disney, told The Verge in August.

Disney+’s launch lineup is still an impressive windfall for Disney stans. We’ve broken the launch titles up into seven distinct sections: Disney films, Disney animation, Disney Channel Originals, Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel, National Geographic, and everything else.

Disney+ launches on November 12th for $6.99 a month.

Disney live-action films

1940s

Swiss Family Robinson (1940, 1960)

Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

1950s

Treasure Island (1950)

The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men (1952)

The Living Desert (1953)

The Vanishing Prairie (1954)

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954)

Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier (1955)

The African Lion (1955)

Davy Crockett and the River Pirates (1956)

Secrets of Life (1956)

Perri (1957)

Old Yeller (1957)

White Wilderness (1958)

The Sign of Zorro (1958)

The Shaggy Dog (1959, 2006)

Darby O’Gill and the Little People (1959)

Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959)

Jungle Cat (1959)

1960s

Pollyanna (1960)

The Absent-Minded Professor (1961)

The Parent Trap (1961, 1998)

Greyfriars Bobby (1961)

Babes in Toyland (1961)

The Prince and the Pauper (1962)

Almost Angels (1962)

Sammy, the Way-Out Seal (1962)

The Incredible Journey (1963)

Mary Poppins (1964)

Emil and the Detectives (1964)

Those Calloways (1965)

The Sound of Music (1965)

That Darn Cat! (1965)

The Ugly Dachshund (1966)

The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin (1967)

Blackbeard’s Ghost (1968)

The Love Bug (1969)

The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1969)

1970s

The Barefoot Executive (1971)

The Million Dollar Duck (1971)

Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971)

Justin Morgan Had a Horse (1972)

The Biscuit Eater (1972)

Snowball Express (1972)

Herbie Rides Again (1974)

The Bears and I (1974)

The Castaway Cowboy (1974)

The Strongest Man in the World (1975)

Escape to Witch Mountain (1975)

The Apple Dumpling Gang (1975)

Gus (1976)

Treasure of Matecumbe (1976)

The Shaggy D.A. (1976)

Freaky Friday (1977, 2018)

Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo (1977)

Pete’s Dragon (1977)

Candleshoe (1977)

Return From Witch Mountain (1978)

The Cat From Outer Space (1978)

The Muppet Movie (1979)

The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again (1979)

Unidentified Flying Oddball (1979)

The Black Hole (1979)

1980s

Sultan and the Rock Star (1980)

Herbie Goes Bananas (1980)

The Ghosts of Buxley Hall (1980)

Amy (1981)

The Great Muppet Caper (1981)

Tron (1982)

Return to Oz (1985)

The Journey of Natty Gann (1985)

One Magic Christmas (1985)

Mr. Boogedy (1986)

Fuzzbucket (1986)

Flight of the Navigator (1986)

The Christmas Star (1986)

Benji the Hunted (1987)

Three Men and a Baby (1987)

Willow (1988)

Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989)

Turner & Hooch (1989)

Cheetah (1989)

1990s

Three Men and a Little Lady (1990)

Home Alone (1990)

White Fang (1991)

Shipwrecked (1991)

The Rocketeer (1991)

Newsies (1992)

Sister Act (1992)

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992)

Honey, I Blew Up the Kid (1992)

The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)

The Adventures of Huck Finn (1993)

The Sandlot (1993)

Life With Mikey (1993)

Rookie of the Year (1993)

Hocus Pocus (1993)

The Three Musketeers (1993)

Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (1993)

Iron Will (1994)

Blank Check (1994)

Camp Nowhere (1994)

The Santa Clause (1994)

Heavyweights (1995)

Tall Tale (1995)

While You Were Sleeping (1995)

Operation Dumbo Drop (1995)

A Kid in King Arthur’s Court (1995)

Frank and Ollie (1995)

Tom and Huck (1995)

Muppet Treasure Island (1996)

Kazaam (1996)

Jack (1996)

First Kid (1996)

101 Dalmatians (1996)

That Darn Cat (1997)

Jungle 2 Jungle (1997)

Home Alone 3 (1997)

Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves (1997)

Flubber (1997)

Ruby Bridges (1998)

Meet the Deedles (1998)

Doctor Dolittle (1998)

Miracle at Midnight (1998)

You Lucky Dog (1998)

Brink! (1998)

The Jungle Book: Mowgli’s Story (1998)

Halloweentown (1998)

Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish (1998)

I’ll Be Home for Christmas (1998)

Mighty Joe Young (1998)

Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century (1999)

My Favorite Martian (1999)

Never Been Kissed (1999)

10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

Can of Worms (1999)

The Thirteenth Year (1999)

Smart House (1999)

Inspector Gadget (1999)

Johnny Tsunami (1999)

Genius (1999)

Don’t Look Under the Bed (1999)

Annie (1999)

Horse Sense (1999)

2000–2004

Up, Up and Away (2000)

The Color of Friendship (2000)

Whispers: An Elephant’s Tale (2000)

Alley Cats Strike (2000)

Rip Girls (2000)

Miracle in Lane 2 (2000)

Stepsister From Planet Weird (2000)

The Kid (2000)

Ready to Run (2000)

Quints (2000)

The Other Me (2000)

Remember the Titans (2000)

Mom’s Got a Date With a Vampire (2000)

Phantom of the Megaplex (2000)

102 Dalmatians (2000)

The Ultimate Christmas Present (2000)

Zenon: The Zequel (2001)

Motocrossed (2001)

The Luck of the Irish (2001)

Hounded (2001)

The Jennie Project (2001)

The Princess Diaries (2001)

Jumping Ship (2001)

The Poof Point (2001)

Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge (2001)

‘Twas the Night (2001)

Three Days (2001)

Snow Dogs (2002)

Double Teamed (2002)

Cadet Kelly (2002)

Tru Confessions (2002)

The Rookie (2002)

Get a Clue (2002)

Gotta Kick It Up! (2002)

A Ring of Endless Light (2002)

The Scream Team (2002)

Tuck Everlasting (2002)

The Santa Clause 2 (2002)

You Wish! (2003)

Inspector Gadget 2 (2003)

Right on Track (2003)

The Lizzie McGuire Movie (2003)

The Even Stevens Movie (2003)

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)

Eddie’s Million Dollar Cook-Off (2003)

Freaky Friday (2003)

The Cheetah Girls (2003)

Deep Blue (2003)

Full-Court Miracle (2003)

The Haunted Mansion (2003)

The Young Black Stallion (2003)

Pixel Perfect (2004)

Miracle (2004)

Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004)

Going to the Mat (2004)

Sacred Planet (2004)

Zenon: Z3 (2004)

America’s Heart and Soul (2004)

Stuck in the Suburbs (2004)

Tiger Cruise (2004)

The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004)

Halloweentown High (2004)

2005–2010

Now You See It… (2005)

Aliens of the Deep (2005)

The Pacifier (2005)

Millions (2005)

Buffalo Dreams (2005)

Ice Princess (2005)

Go Figure (2005)

Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005)

Life Is Ruff (2005)

The Greatest Game Ever Played (2005)

Twitches (2005)

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005)

Once Upon a Mattress (2005)

High School Musical (2006)

Roving Mars (2006)

Eight Below (2006)

Cow Belles (2006)

Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior (2006)

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (2006)

Read It and Weep (2006)

Invincible (2006)

The Cheetah Girls 2 (2006)

Return to Halloweentown (2006)

Flicka (2006)

The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (2006)

Jump In! (2007)

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007)

Johnny Kapahala: Back on Board (2007)

The Secret of the Magic Gourd (2007)

High School Musical 2 (2007)

The Game Plan (2007)

Twitches Too (2007)

Dan in Real Life (2007)

Snowglobe (2007)

National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007)

Minutemen (2008)

Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert (2008)

College Road Trip (2008)

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008)

Camp Rock (2008)

The Cheetah Girls: One World (2008)

High School Musical 3: Senior Year (2008)

The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos (2008)

Dadnapped (2009)

Avatar (2009)

Hannah Montana: The Movie (2009)

Hatching Pete (2009)

Trail of the Panda (2009)

Princess Protection Program (2009)

Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie (2009)

Skyrunners (2009)

Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience (2009)

2010–2019

Starstruck (2010)

Alice in Wonderland (2010)

Diary of a Wimpy Kid (2010)

Waking Sleeping Beauty (2010)

Den Brother (2010)

Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam (2010)

Secretariat (2010)

Avalon High (2010)

TRON: Legacy (2010)

Wings of Life (2011)

The Suite Life Movie (2011)

Lemonade Mouth (2011)

African Cats (2011)

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011)

Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure (2011)

Teen Spirit (2011)

Geek Charming (2011)

The Muppets (2011)

Good Luck Charlie, It’s Christmas! (2011)

12 Dates of Christmas (2011)

Frenemies (2012)

Chimpanzee (2012)

Let It Shine (2012)

Girl vs. Monster (2012)

Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups (2012)

The Mistle-Tones (2012)

The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex (2013)

Teen Beach Movie (2013)

Super Buddies (2013)

Saving Mr. Banks (2013)

Cloud 9 (2014)

Muppets Most Wanted (2014)

Bears (2014)

Zapped (2014)

How to Build a Better Boy (2014)

Bad Hair Day (2015)

Monkey Kingdom (2015)

Teen Beach Movie 2 (2015)

Descendants (2015)

Invisible Sister (2015)

The Finest Hours (2016)

Adventures in Babysitting (2016)

The BFG (2016)

Queen of Katwe (2016)

The Swap (2016)

Newsies: The Broadway Musical (2017)

Born in China (2017)

Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings (2017)

Descendants 2 (2017)

Zombies (2018)

Life-Size 2 (2018)

Kim Possible (2019)

Dumbo (2019)

One Day at Disney (2019)

Noelle (2019)

Lady and the Tramp (2019)

Disney animation

1930s

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

Pinocchio (1940)

Fantasia (1940)

The Reluctant Dragon (1941)

Dumbo (1941)

Bambi (1942)

Saludos Amigos (1943)

The Three Caballeros (1945)

Fun and Fancy Free (1947)

Melody Time (1948)

The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949)

Cinderella (1950)

Alice in Wonderland (1951)

Peter Pan (1953)

Lady and the Tramp (1955)

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

101 Dalmatians (1961)

The Sword in the Stone (1963)

The Jungle Book (1967)

The Aristocats (1970)

Robin Hood (1973)

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)

The Rescuers (1977)

The Fox and the Hound (1981)

The Black Cauldron (1985)

The Great Mouse Detective (1986)

Oliver & Company (1988)

The Little Mermaid (1989)

Ducktales: The Movie, Treasure of the Lost Lamp (1990)

The Rescuers Down Under (1990)

Beauty and the Beast (1991)

Aladdin (1992)

The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

Thumbelina (1994)

The Return of Jafar (1994)

The Lion King (1994)

A Goofy Movie (1995)

Pocahontas (1995)

James and the Giant Peach (1996)

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)

Aladdin and the King of Thieves (1996)

The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue (1997)

Hercules (1997)

Pooh’s Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin (1997)

Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (1997)

Belle’s Magical World (1998)

The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars (1998)

Mulan (1998)

Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (1998)

The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride (1998)

Doug’s 1st Movie (1999)

Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas (1999)

2000s

Fantasia 2000 (2000)

The Tigger Movie (2000)

An Extremely Goofy Movie (2000)

Dinosaur (2000)

The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea (2000)

The Emperor’s New Groove (2000)

Recess: School’s Out (2001)

Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure (2001)

Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)

Return to Never Land (2002)

Cinderella II: Dreams Come True (2002)

The Hunchback of Notre Dame II (2002)

Lilo & Stitch (2002)

Tarzan & Jane (2002)

The Country Bears (2002)

Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (2002)

Treasure Planet (2002)

101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure (2003)

The Jungle Book 2 (2003)

Piglet’s Big Movie (2003)

Atlantis: Milo’s Return (2003)

Stitch! The Movie (2003)

Brother Bear (2003)

Recess: All Growed Down (2003)

Recess: Taking the 5th Grade (2003)

Teacher’s Pet (2004)

The Lion King 1½ (2004)

Winnie the Pooh: Springtime With Roo (2004)

Home on the Range (2004)

Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers (2004)

Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas (2004)

Mulan II (2005)

Pooh’s Heffalump Movie (2005)

Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama (2005)

Valiant (2005)

The Proud Family Movie (2005)

Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch (2005)

Chicken Little (2005)

Kronk’s New Groove (2005)

Bambi II (2006)

The Wild (2006)

Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties (2006)

Leroy & Stitch (2006)

Brother Bear 2 (2006)

The Fox and the Hound 2 (2006)

Cinderella III: A Twist in Time (2007)

Meet the Robinsons (2007)

The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Beginning (2008)

Tinker Bell (2008)

Bolt (2008)

Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure (2009)

The Princess and the Frog (2009)

2010s

Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue (2010)

Tangled (2010)

Winnie the Pooh (2011)

Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension (2011)

Secret of the Wings (2012)

Wreck-It Ralph (2012)

Frozen (2013)

Big Hero 6 (2014)

Zootopia (2016)

Pete’s Dragon (2016)

Moana (2016)

Tangled: Before Ever After (2017)

Disney television shows

Adventures of the Gummi Bears (1985)

Casebusters (1986)

DuckTales (1987)

The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1988)

Chip ‘n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers (1989)

TaleSpin (1990)

Darkwing Duck (1991)

Goof Troop (1992)

The Little Mermaid – Series (1992)

Bonkers (1993)

Boy Meets World (1993)

Gargoyles (1994)

Timon & Pumbaa (1995)

Quack Pack (1996)

Mighty Ducks – Series (1996)

Smart Guy (1997)

Recess (1997)

Hercules – Series (1998)

Out of the Box (1998)

So Weird (1999)

Even Stevens (2000)

Lizzie McGuire (2001)

The Book of Pooh (2001)

Kim Possible (2002)

That’s So Raven (2003)

Lilo & Stitch: The Series (2003)

Phil of the Future (2004)

The Suite Life of Zack & Cody (2005)

The Emperor’s New School (2006)

Hannah Montana (2006)

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (2006)

The Replacements (2006)

Handy Manny (2006)

My Friends Tigger & Pooh (2007)

Phineas and Ferb (2007)

Wizards Of Waverly Place (2007)

The Suite Life on Deck (2008)

JONAS (2009)

Good Luck Charlie (2010)

Shake It Up (2010)

Jake and the Never Land Pirates (2011)

Kickin’ It (2011)

Jessie (2011)

Lab Rats (2012)

Violetta (2012)

TRON: Uprising (2012)

Gravity Falls (2012)

Crash & Bernstein (2012)

Girl Meets World (2014)

The Evermoor Chronicles (2014)

PJ Masks (2015)

The Muppets – Series (2015)

Best Friends Whenever (2015)

The Lion Guard (2015)

The Book of Once Upon a Time (2015)

Captain Jake and the Never Land Pirates (2015)

Stuck in the Middle (2016)

Lab Rats: Elite Force (2016)

Bizaardvark (2016)

Elena of Avalor (2016)

Milo Murphy’s Law (2016)

Mickey and the Roadster Racers (2017)

Tangled: The Series (2017)

Andi Mack (2017)

Puppy Dog Pals (2017)

Raven’s Home (2017)

Inhumans (2017)

Vampirina (2017)

Big Hero 6: The Series (2017)

Muppet Babies (2018)

Fancy Nancy (2018)

Legend of the Three Caballeros (2018)

Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure (2018)

Big City Greens (2018)

Bug Juice: My Adventures at Camp (2018)

Coop & Cami Ask the World (2018)

Sydney to the Max (2019)

Fast Layne (2019)

Amphibia (2019)

Encore! (2019)

The World According to Jeff Goldblum (2019)

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (2019)

Photo: Pixar Animation Studios

Pixar

Toy Story (1995)

A Bug’s Life (1998)

Toy Story 2 (1999)

Monsters, Inc. (2001)

Finding Nemo (2003)

The Incredibles (2004)

Cars (2006)

Ratatouille (2007)

WALL•E (2008)

Up (2009)

Toy Story 3 (2010)

Cars 2 (2011)

Brave (2012)

Monsters University (2013)

Inside Out (2015)

The Good Dinosaur (2015)

Finding Dory (2016)

Cars 3 (2017)

Star Wars

Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope (1977)

Star Wars: Episode V — The Empire Strikes Back (1980)

Star Wars: Episode VI — Return of the Jedi (1983)

Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace (1999)

Star Wars: Episode II — Attack of the Clones (2002)

Empire of Dreams: The Story of the Star Wars Trilogy (2004)

Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith (2005)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Series (2008)

Star Wars Rebels (2014)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars- The Lost Missions – Series (2014)

LEGO Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles (2014)

Lego Star Wars: Droid Tales (2015)

Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)

LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures (2016)

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016)

Star Wars Resistance (2018)

LEGO Star Wars: All-Stars (2018)

The Mandalorian (2019)

Iron Man Suit (source: Paramount Pictures)

Marvel

Spider-Woman (1979)

Spider-Man – Series (1981)

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends – Series (1981)

X-Men – Series (1992)

Fantastic Four (1994)

Iron Man – Series (1994)

Marvel Comics Spider-Man – Series (1994)

The Incredible Hulk – Series (1996)

Silver Surfer (1998)

The Avengers: United They Stand

Spider-Man Unlimited – Series (1999)

X-Men: Evolution – Series (2000)

Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Heroes (2006)

Iron Man (2008)

Iron Man Armored Adventures – Series (2008)

Wolverine and the X-Men (2009)

Iron Man 2 (2010)

The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes (2010)

Thor (2011)

Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)

The Avengers (2012)

Marvel Ultimate Spider-Man (2012)

Iron Man 3 (2013)

Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. – Series (2013)

Marvel’s Avengers Assemble – Series (2013)

Thor: The Dark World (2013)

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe (2014)

Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy – Series (2015)

Ant-Man (2015)

Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Marvel’s Avengers: Ultron Revolution – Series (2016)

Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man Vs. The Sinister 6 – Series (2016)

Doctor Strange (2016)

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)

Marvel’s Avengers: Secret Wars – Series (2017)

Marvel’s Spider-Man – Series (2017)

Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors (2018)

Marvel’s Avengers: Black Panther’s Quest – Series (2018)

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout – Series (2018)

Captain Marvel (2019)

Avengers: Endgame (2019)

Marvel’s Hero Project (2019)

National Geographic

How Dogs Got Their Shapes (2005)

Dog Whisperer With Cesar Millan (2007)

Stonehenge Decoded: Secrets Revealed (2008)

Kingdom of the Blue Whale (2009)

Easter Island Unsolved (2009)

Bizarre Dinosaurs (2009)

Journey to Shark Eden (2010)

Great Migrations (2010)

Brain Games (2011)

The Incredible Dr. Pol (2011)

Secrets of the King Cobra (2012)

Winged Seduction: Birds of Paradise (2012)

Life Below Zero (2013)

Sharks of Lost Island (2013)

Miracle Landing on the Hudson (2014)

Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet (2014)

Dr. K’s Exotic Animal ER (2014)

Wild Yellowstone (2015)

World’s Greatest Dogs (2016)

Expedition Mars: Spirit & Opportunity (2016)

Before the Flood (2016)

Sea of Hope: America’s Underwater Treasures (2017)

Atlantis Rising (2017)

Origins: The Journey of Humankind (2017)

Earth Live (2017)

Kingdom of the Apes: Battle Lines (2017)

Diana: In Her Own Words (2017)

Breaking2 (2017)

Jane (2017)

Titanic: 20 Years Later With James Cameron (2017)

Secrets of Christ’s Tomb: Explorer Special (2017)

Man Among Cheetahs (2017)

Decorating Disney: Holiday Magic (2017)

Planet of the Birds (2018)

Giants of the Deep Blue (2018)

Rocky Mountain Animal Rescue (2018)

Into the Okavango (2018)

Drain the Oceans (2018)

Science Fair (2018)

Free Solo (2018)

Under The Sea: A Descendants Short Story (2018)

Mars: Inside SpaceX (2018)

Mission to the Sun (2018)

The Flood (2018)

Tree Climbing Lions (2018)

Paris to Pittsburgh (2018)

Into the Grand Canyon (2019)

Lost Treasures of the Maya (2019)

The Lost Tomb of Alexander the Great (2019)

Hostile Planet (2019)

Apollo: Missions to the Moon (2019)

Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted (2019)

Kingdom of the White Wolf (2019)

Random

The Simpsons (1989) (all 30 seasons)

Ice Age: The Great Egg-Scapade (2016) (short film)

Little Einsteins (2005)

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Update November 11th, 7:30PM ET: Added additional titles, particularly Marvel and Home Alone items.

Disney dominated the box office in 2018 even before its big holiday blockbuster, Mary Poppins Returns, hit US theaters on Wednesday (Dec. 19). The mammoth movie studio said on Dec. 9 that its movies had grossed more than $7 billion worldwide year-to-date, or roughly 19% of the global box office at that time, based on ComScore estimates.

Next year could be even bigger. Disney has a US release slate for 2019 that would, for any other company, be about three years of worth of tentpole movies—films with little risk that are designed to prop up a studio’s financial performance. They include new titles like Captain Marvel; sequels to thriving Disney franchises like Avengers, Toy Story, Frozen, and Star Wars; and live-action remakes of classic Disney fare including Dumbo, Aladdin, and The Lion King. Here’s the current release schedule, per ComScore:

  • Captain Marvel – March 8
  • Dumbo – March 29
  • Penguins (Disneynature) – April 17
  • Avengers: Endgame – April 26
  • Aladdin – May 24
  • Toy Story 4 – June 21
  • The Lion King – July 19
  • Artemis Fowl – August 9
  • Frozen 2 – November 22
  • Star Wars: Episode IX – December 20

That doesn’t include Fox films slated for 2019, like Dark Phoenix and New Mutants, which will move under the Disney umbrella when the media conglomerate completes its acquisition of many of Fox’s assets next year.

“All of these moving parts are coming together to create, in 2019, what I think for them will be their biggest year,” Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at ComScore, told Quartz. “In the wake of two years of incredible box-office performances, they’re just turning it up to 11.”

Disney’s biggest year at the box office so far was 2016, when films including Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Finding Dory, and Captain America: Civil War grossed a record-setting $7.6 billion worldwide. Analysts like Dergarabedian predict 2019 will be even bigger, thanks to Disney’s all-star movie lineup.

Disney, unlike some of its rivals, bets each year on a small batch of mega-movies from its key studios—Marvel, Pixar, Lucasfilm, Walt Disney Pictures, and Disney Animation. In 2017, the studio released eight movies in the US. It put out nine films as of Dec. 16 of this year. By contrast, the other six major US studios averaged about 20 releases apiece at that time in 2018, based on Box Office Mojo data.

Not all of Disney’s 2018 movies were box-office blowouts. Releasing fewer, bigger movies risks having a few, bigger flops. A Wrinkle in Time may have lost money, and The Nutcracker and the Four Realms didn’t deliver big returns. But, the ones that hit, like Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, and Incredibles 2, really hit. Disney released four of the 10 highest-grossing movies globally through mid-December 2018, based on data from The Numbers. The performances of those films allowed the studio to absorb the losses of the others.

“Disney is the one studio that can still miss and be okay,” Jeff Bock, senior analyst at entertainment research firm Exhibitor Relations, told Quartz.

In North America, the world’s largest movie market, Disney captured 27% of the box office this year, as of Dec. 16, up from 20% during the same period last year, ComScore data shows. The next largest studio, Universal, captured 17% during the same period of 2018.

Disney has been strategic in not only acquiring movie studios like Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm, but in building franchises that feed and grow on one another. Marvel Studios’ decade-long plan for its cinematic universe, which culminates in Avengers: Endgame next spring, is a perfect example. Disney’s Lucasfilm is also planning for another 10 years of Star Wars.

At the same time, Disney as a company is going through a huge transition. It will be integrating Fox’s assets, which Disney is acquiring for $71 billion in a deal that will close early next year. And Disney, which owns some of the largest cable-TV networks, is shifting away from traditional TV toward streaming video.

Shares of Disney are virtually flat over the last three years, because of uncertainty surrounding the company’s future in TV.

Disney’s media-networks business—led by cable channels such as ESPN—used to account for more than half of the company’s annual operating income. Last fiscal year, that share was 42%. The studio division, which fluctuates based on movie releases, helped make up the difference with nearly $3 billion, or about 19% of the company’s total operating income, up from 13% in 2015, when the media arm first started to crack.

Disney, which has dominated the box office market share since 2016, wants to keep raising that bar.

Taking a closer look at its release schedule, the company is poised to own some of the biggest moviegoing weekends of the year, starting with Avengers: Endgame in April. That will be the unofficial kickoff of summer movie season in the US. (The US “summer” box office technically begins the first weekend of May.)

Source: Box Office Mojo, as of Dec. 19

Disney’s remake of The Lion King and the sequel to Frozen essentially have their respective July and November release weekends to themselves. These dates can change; studios move release dates to give their films the best odds at the box office. But, as of now, no other studio seems willing to directly challenge those surefire hits. The Lion King, based on the beloved 1990s animated film, boasts megastars Donald Glover and Beyoncé Knowles in lead roles. And Frozen became a breakout hit and cultural phenomenon for Disney in 2013.

Other Disney movies such as the Avengers finale and Toy Story 4 are up against films with audiences that are very different than Disney’s. They include horror movies, indie flicks, and adult dramas, which pose little threat at the box office. Movie studios tend to counter program against the biggest movies of the year in this way.

“Studios have been scheduling around other studios’ huge blockbusters for years,” said Dergarabedian. “But nowhere is that more apparent than when you look at the calendar and see that when Avengers: Endgame is opening, pretty much everyone wants to stay out of the way.”

Universal’s Cats, based on the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, is slated for released on the same day as Star Wars: Episode IX—another near-guaranteed blockbuster. There’s little overlap between those opening-weekend crowds. And, even if there is, few Star Wars fans are going to pass on the last of Skywalker saga films.

Meanwhile, Disney’s live-action, Guy Ritchie-directed remake of Aladdin seems to have the most direct competition, with Fox’s sci-fi thriller Ad Astra and Warner Bros.’s Minecraft adaptation hitting US theaters the same weekend in May. Ad Astra could find another date if the conflict threatens either film, given that Disney will own Fox by then. Fox Searchlight recently moved the release of the adult drama The Aftermath, after Disney moved the fourth Avengers film to the same date. As for Minecraft, movies based on video games are rarely good.

That makes the biggest threat to Disney, well, Disney. When you have nine giant movies hitting US theaters in the span of 10 months, audiences have to pick and choose between them. “The quandary for Disney must be,” said Dergarabedian, “how do we strategically place these movies within the calendar, because they don’t want to run over each other.”

Breakout Disney hits like Black Panther, for instance, have had surprisingly long runs in cinemas. The blockbuster, released in the US in February 2018, ran for 25 weeks in US theaters— into August.

Disney has left at least three weeks between each movie release for 2019. But Dumbo, which is sandwiched between Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame, and the lesser-known Artemis Fowl, based on the young-adult novels, could repeat the lackluster box-office performances of Christopher Robin and A Wrinkle In Time in 2018. Those movies grossed $197.5 million (against a $75 million production budget) and $133 million worldwide (against a $150 million production and marketing budget), respectively.

Disney seems to have learned from past mistakes with Star Wars, at least. The company is waiting at least 18 months after the last movie to release Episode IX, following a tepid performance by Solo: A Star Wars Story in May 2018. The film had weaker reviews than other Star Wars films and came just six months after The Last Jedi. Episode IX will be a barometer for how much runway the Star Wars franchise still has on the big screen—after 40 years, 10 movies, and series like The Mandalorian that Disney is developing for its online platform. Disney has at least one more Star Wars saga series in the works after Episode IX, too.

“It’s a very high class problem to have, if you’re wondering how your big, giant movie that won’t slow down is going to affect you’re next giant movie,” said Dergarabedian. “It shows that not only are you competing with others studios, sometimes when you’re this big or you have have products that are this strong, you’re competing with yourself.”

Starting next year, Disney will have Fox’s movie studios to think about, as well. Fox’s Marvel movies like Deadpool and the X-Men films don’t quite mesh with Disney’s squeaky clean image. And Disney hasn’t had a studio like Fox Searchlight that is focused on edgier, adult fare since Miramax, which it sold in 2010. Will Disney milk as much from those businesses as it has Marvel, Lucasfilm, and Pixar? Elsewhere in Disney, Pixar’s long-time shepherd—co-founder and president Ed Catmull—is retiring in 2019, and creative lead John Lasseter is exiting this year. Eventually, Disney will have to find a replacement for CEO Bob Iger, too. Iger has already stayed beyond his planned retirement, and is supposed to depart the company in 2021.

Disney will dominate the movies in 2019. The question then becomes: how long can Disney keep it up?

This is a list of movies released under the Walt Disney Pictures banner and movies released before that under the former name of the parent company, Walt Disney Productions (1929–1983).

Below is a list of Disney Movies in Alphabetical Order:
  • 101 Dalmatians
  • 102 Dalmatians
  • 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
  • A Bug’s Life
  • A Far Off Place
  • A Goofy Movie
  • A Kid in King Arthur’s Court
  • A Tale of Two Critters
  • A Tiger Walks
  • A Wrinkle in Time
  • ABCD 2
  • African Cats
  • Air Bud
  • Air Bud: Golden Receiver
  • Aladdin
  • Aladdin
  • Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
  • Alice Through the Looking Glass
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Aliens of the Deep
  • Almost Angels
  • America’s Heart and Soul
  • Amy
  • Anaganaga O Dheerudu
  • Angels in the Outfield
  • Arjun: The Warrior Prince
  • Around the World in 80 Days
  • Artemis Fowl
  • Atlantis: The Lost Empire
  • Babes in Toyland
  • Bambi
  • Bears
  • Beauty and the Beast
  • Beauty and the Beast
  • Bedknobs and Broomsticks
  • Bedtime Stories
  • Benji the Hunted
  • Beverly Hills Chihuahua
  • Big Hero 6
  • Big Red
  • Blackbeard’s Ghost
  • Blank Check
  • Blue
  • Bolt
  • Bon Voyage!
  • Born in China
  • Brave
  • Bridge to Terabithia
  • Brother Bear
  • Candleshoe
  • Cars
  • Cars 2
  • Cars 3
  • Charley and the Angel
  • Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar
  • Cheetah
  • Chicken Little
  • Chimpanzee
  • Christopher Robin
  • Cinderella
  • Cinderella
  • Coco
  • College Road Trip
  • Condorman
  • Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
  • Cool Runnings
  • D2: The Mighty Ducks
  • D3: The Mighty Ducks
  • Dangal
  • Darby O’Gill and the Little People
  • Dasavathaaram
  • Davy Crockett and the River Pirates
  • Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier
  • Dinosaur
  • Disney’s A Christmas Carol
  • Disney’s The Kid
  • Do Dooni Chaar
  • Dolphin Reef
  • Doug’s 1st Movie
  • Dragonslayer
  • DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp
  • Dumbo
  • Dumbo
  • Earth
  • Eight Below
  • Emil and the Detectives
  • Enchanted
  • Endurance
  • Escape to Witch Mountain
  • Expedition China
  • Fantasia
  • Fantasia 2000
  • Finding Dory
  • Finding Nemo
  • First Kid
  • Flight of the Navigator
  • Flubber
  • Follow Me, Boys!
  • Frank and Ollie
  • Frankenweenie
  • Freaky Friday
  • Freaky Friday
  • Frozen
  • Frozen II
  • Fun and Fancy Free
  • G-Force
  • George of the Jungle
  • Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence GITS2
  • Ghost of the Mountains
  • Ghosts of the Abyss
  • Glory Road
  • Greyfriars Bobby
  • Growing Up Wild
  • Gus
  • Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert
  • Hannah Montana: The Movie
  • Heavyweights
  • Herbie Goes Bananas
  • Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo
  • Herbie Rides Again
  • Herbie: Fully Loaded
  • Hercules
  • High School Musical 3: Senior Year
  • Hocus Pocus
  • Holes
  • Home on the Range
  • Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco
  • Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
  • Honey, I Blew Up the Kid
  • Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
  • Hot Lead and Cold Feet
  • I’ll Be Home for Christmas
  • Ice Princess
  • In Search of the Castaways
  • Incredibles 2
  • Inside Out
  • Inspector Gadget
  • Into the Woods
  • Invincible
  • Iron Will
  • Jagga Jasoos
  • James and the Giant Peach
  • John Carter
  • Johnny Tremain
  • Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience
  • Jungle 2 Jungle
  • Jungle Cat
  • Khoobsurat
  • Kidnapped
  • King of the Grizzlies
  • L’Empereur – March of the Penguins 2: The Next Step
  • Lady and the Tramp
  • Lady and the Tramp
  • Lilly the Witch: The Dragon and the Magic Book
  • Lilly the Witch: The Journey to Mandolan
  • Lilo & Stitch
  • Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N.
  • Make Mine Music
  • Maleficent
  • Maleficent: Mistress of Evil
  • Man of the House
  • Mars Needs Moms
  • Mary Poppins
  • Mary Poppins Returns
  • Max Keeble’s Big Move
  • McFarland, USA
  • Meet the Deedles
  • Meet the Robinsons
  • Melody Time
  • Midnight Madness
  • Mighty Joe Young
  • Million Dollar Arm
  • Miracle
  • Miracle of the White Stallions
  • Moana
  • Monkey Kingdom
  • Monkeys, Go Home!
  • Monsters University
  • Monsters, Inc.
  • Moon Pilot
  • Morning Light
  • Mr. Magoo
  • Mulan
  • Muppet Treasure Island
  • Muppets Most Wanted
  • My Favorite Martian
  • Napoleon and Samantha
  • National Treasure
  • National Treasure: Book of Secrets
  • Never Cry Wolf
  • Never a Dull Moment
  • Newsies
  • Night Crossing
  • Nikki, Wild Dog of the North
  • No Deposit, No Return
  • Now You See Him, Now You Don’t
  • Oceans
  • Old Dogs
  • Old Yeller
  • Oliver & Company
  • One Hundred and One Dalmatians
  • One Little Indian
  • One Magic Christmas
  • One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing
  • Operation Dumbo Drop
  • Oz the Great and Powerful
  • Penguins
  • Perri
  • Pete’s Dragon
  • Pete’s Dragon
  • Peter Pan
  • Piglet’s Big Movie
  • Pinocchio
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
  • Planes
  • Planes: Fire & Rescue
  • Pocahontas
  • Pollyanna
  • Pooh’s Heffalump Movie
  • Popeye
  • Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
  • Prom
  • Queen of Katwe
  • Race to Witch Mountain
  • Ralph Breaks the Internet
  • Rascal
  • Ratatouille
  • Recess: School’s Out
  • Remember the Titans
  • Return from Witch Mountain
  • Return to Never Land
  • Return to Oz
  • Return to Snowy River
  • Ride a Wild Pony
  • Roadside Romeo
  • Rob Roy, the Highland Rogue
  • Robin Hood
  • RocketMan
  • Roving Mars
  • Run, Cougar, Run
  • Sacred Planet
  • Saludos Amigos
  • Savage Sam
  • Saving Mr. Banks
  • Scandalous John
  • Secretariat
  • Secrets of Life
  • Shipwrecked
  • Sky High
  • Sleeping Beauty
  • Smith!
  • Snow Dogs
  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
  • Snowball Express
  • So Dear to My Heart
  • Something Wicked This Way Comes
  • Son of Flubber
  • Song of the South
  • Squanto: A Warrior’s Tale
  • Summer Magic
  • Superdad
  • Swiss Family Robinson
  • Tall Tale
  • Tangled
  • Tarzan
  • Teacher’s Pet
  • Ten Who Dared
  • Tex
  • That Darn Cat
  • That Darn Cat!
  • The Absent-Minded Professor
  • The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin
  • The Adventures of Huck Finn
  • The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad
  • The African Lion
  • The Apple Dumpling Gang
  • The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again
  • The Aristocats
  • The BFG
  • The Barefoot Executive
  • The Bears and I
  • The Best of Walt Disney’s True-Life Adventures
  • The Big Green
  • The Biscuit Eater
  • The Black Cauldron
  • The Black Hole
  • The Boatniks
  • The Book of Masters
  • The Boys: The Sherman Brothers’ Story
  • The Castaway Cowboy
  • The Cat from Outer Space
  • The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
  • The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
  • The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
  • The Country Bears
  • The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos
  • The Devil and Max Devlin
  • The Emperor’s New Groove
  • The Fighting Prince of Donegal
  • The Finest Hours
  • The Fox and the Hound
  • The Game Plan
  • The Gnome-Mobile
  • The Good Dinosaur
  • The Great Locomotive Chase
  • The Great Mouse Detective
  • The Greatest Game Ever Played
  • The Happiest Millionaire
  • The Haunted Mansion
  • The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit
  • The Hunchback of Notre Dame
  • The Incredible Journey
  • The Incredibles
  • The Island at the Top of the World
  • The Journey of Natty Gann
  • The Jungle Book
  • The Jungle Book
  • The Jungle Book
  • The Jungle Book 2
  • The Last Flight of Noah’s Ark
  • The Legend of Lobo
  • The Light in the Forest
  • The Lion King
  • The Lion King
  • The Little Mermaid
  • The Littlest Horse Thieves
  • The Littlest Outlaw
  • The Living Desert
  • The Lizzie McGuire Movie
  • The London Connection
  • The Lone Ranger
  • The Love Bug
  • The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
  • The Mighty Ducks
  • The Million Dollar Duck
  • The Misadventures of Merlin Jones
  • The Monkey’s Uncle
  • The Moon-Spinners
  • The Muppet Christmas Carol
  • The Muppets
  • The Nightmare Before Christmas 3D TNBC
  • The North Avenue Irregulars
  • The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
  • The Odd Life of Timothy Green
  • The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band
  • The Pacifier
  • The Parent Trap
  • The Parent Trap
  • The Pixar Story
  • The Princess Diaries
  • The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
  • The Princess and the Frog
  • The Reluctant Dragon
  • The Rescuers
  • The Rescuers Down Under
  • The Rocketeer TR
  • The Rookie
  • The Santa Clause 2
  • The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
  • The Santa Clause TSC
  • The Shaggy D.A.
  • The Shaggy Dog
  • The Shaggy Dog
  • The Sign of Zorro
  • The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
  • The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men
  • The Straight Story
  • The Strongest Man in the World
  • The Sword and the Rose
  • The Sword in the Stone
  • The Three Caballeros
  • The Three Lives of Thomasina
  • The Three Musketeers
  • The Tigger Movie
  • The Ugly Dachshund
  • The Vanishing Prairie
  • The Watcher in the Woods
  • The Wild
  • The Wild Country
  • The World’s Greatest Athlete
  • The Young Black Stallion
  • Third Man on the Mountain
  • Those Calloways
  • Toby Tyler
  • Tom and Huck
  • Tomorrowland
  • Tonka
  • Toy Story
  • Toy Story 2
  • Toy Story 3
  • Toy Story 4
  • Trail of the Panda
  • Treasure Island
  • Treasure Planet
  • Treasure of Matecumbe
  • Trenchcoat
  • Tron
  • Tron: Legacy
  • Tuck Everlasting
  • Underdog
  • Unidentified Flying Oddball
  • Up
  • Valiant
  • Victory Through Air Power
  • WALL-E
  • Waking Sleeping Beauty
  • Walt & El Grupo
  • Westward Ho the Wagons!
  • White Fang
  • White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf
  • White Wilderness
  • Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken
  • Wings of Life
  • Winnie the Pooh
  • Wreck-It Ralph
  • Zokkomon
  • Zootopia
  • Zorro the Avenger

From our Obsession

The Third Age of TV

First came broadcast, then cable, now streaming.

In 2019, Disney went from a very large and powerful company to a virtually inescapable cultural monolith. It dominated the box office, reached record revenues, bought a rival film studio, and launched a major streaming service to compete directly with Netflix over the future of entertainment. The year was everything Disney had been building toward for a decade.

Ten years ago, the company bought Marvel Entertainment with the goal of putting many of the world’s most beloved superheroes together on movie screens around the world. Just a few years later, Disney purchased Lucasfilm to unite Star Wars fans new and old in a galaxy far, far away. This year’s releases of Avengers: Endgame and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, perhaps the two highest-grossing movies of 2019 when all is said and done, marked the culminations of those two acquisitions, respectively. (The Rise of Skywalker‘s only real competition for second-place after Endgame is The Lion King, another Disney movie).

Disney topped all that off by officially acquiring Fox’s film and TV assets this year in order to bolster the offerings of its streaming service, Disney+. Between Marvel, Lucasfilm, Fox, Pixar, and all of Disney’s other franchises, the company owns enough intellectual property to supply another century’s worth of entertainment.

But, first, it must prove it can succeed in the post-Avengers, post-Star Wars trilogy, streaming-first era. 2019 may have been its biggest year ever, but 2020 will be its biggest test.

Three charts that explain Disney’s huge 2019

In 2019, Disney movies represented nearly a third of the total US box office gross. And that doesn’t include movies distributed by 20th Century Fox, which Disney now owns. Disney’s share of the total box office has grown steadily in the last decade as it churned out more Marvel and Lucasfilm movies.

And it’s managed to do that while making fewer movies in total. In 2009, Disney released 23 feature films that sold tickets that year. In 2019, only 12 movies accounted for Disney’s market share. The company has doubled down on its tentpole strategy, in which it invests large quantities of resources in an increasingly smaller amount of movies—though each one is a potential blockbuster.

Disney’s reach is widening as well. It sold a record number of tickets in 2019, before The Rise of Skywalker was even released:

Even adjusted for inflation, Disney easily made more money at the box office in 2019 than in any other year. Avengers: Endgame, which earned $2.8 billion worldwide, alone made almost as much as every Warner Bros. movie combined.

Disney didn’t just have success at the movies. Its total revenue across all business segments, which includes theme parks and media networks (TV channels), hit a record high in 2019 at nearly $70 billion. On that, it made $10.4 billion in profit—slightly less than the record $12.6 billion in profit it made in 2018. Disney partially blamed the consolidation of Fox’s assets for the slight downturn in profit from a year ago.

So everything’s great, right? Nothing to worry about?

Two charts that will explain Disney’s 2020

First, Disney will have to enter 2020 without Avengers or Star Wars to rely on:

Since Disney started making Star Wars movies in 2015, the company has made at least one Star Wars- or Avengers-branded movie a year. Of course, as The Lion King and Black Panther proved, Disney can still find massive success at the box office with movies that are not technically part of either franchise (even if Black Panther exists in the same cinematic universe as Avengers).

Second, its traditional TV business is in trouble. ESPN, Disney’s lucrative sports network, has lost 13% of its subscribers in the last five years:

As more and more Americans cut the cord every year, it’s unlikely that Disney will be able to reverse this trend. To that end, in 2018, Disney launched ESPN+, a sports subscription streaming platform for $5 a year. As of November, it had about 3.5 million subscribers. Disney is now offering it in a bundle alongside Hulu and Disney+ at a rate reduced from what it would cost to sign up for all three services together.

Disney’s TV business, which also includes the ABC network, isn’t in danger of bottoming out any time soon. In fact, it represents the largest portion of the company’s overall revenue—more than double what its tentpole movies bring in with arguably half the cultural buzz. But Disney needs to staunch the bleeding and prove to investors it has a sound streaming strategy for when its traditional TV business can no longer be counted on as a consistent source of revenue. After nearly a decade of revenue increases, the growth of Disney’s media networks segment has slowed down.

No more Avengers or Star Wars (for now)

Disney must move forward with its two biggest franchises in 2020. It will still have a Black Widow movie (and plenty of other Marvel characters will get their own movies in subsequent years), but if you’re looking for Iron Man or Captain America, you’re not going to find them on the big screen. The same can be said for Luke Skywalker, Rey, Kylo Ren, and the gang. Those stories are over.

It won’t be long before Star Wars resurfaces at the multiplex—Disney is already developing a new trilogy with The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson. And on the Marvel side, Disney will now turn its attention to The Eternals, the upcoming 2020 film based on the Marvel comics of the same name. The Eternals are not as well known as the Avengers were prior to their film adaptations, so Disney has some brand-building ahead of them. The franchise, which Disney hopes will be the spiritual and financial successor to the Avengers, is not guaranteed success. And neither is Johnson’s new Star Wars trilogy, which does not yet have a release date.

2020 will be a crucial year for Pixar

With no Avengers or Star Wars next year, perhaps Pixar can pick up the slack. The animation studio will make two new original films in 2020: Onward and Soul.

As other animation houses catch up to Pixar’s ingenuity, the Disney brand will have to get bolder in order to maintain its edge on the field. Many of Pixar’s most recent films have underwhelmed at the box office as the company moved away from the boldness and originality that separated it when it first started making films and toward sequels of films that should never have gotten them in the first place (hello, Cars 2.)

Pete Docter, the director of Inside Out, is now the chief creative officer of Pixar, after his predecessor, John Lasseter, left the company amid a sexual misconduct scandal. Docter has already issued a new mandate: No more sequels. Onward and Soul are the first two attempts at restoring Pixar’s global status, and recommitting to its founding vision.

Disney+ still has a lot to prove

Technologically speaking, the November launch of Disney’s streaming service could have gone smoother. And despite a treasure trove of content, The Mandalorian, a Star Wars-based TV series, is the only Disney+ offering anyone is really talking about. The nascent streaming service still has a long way to go to prove to investors and fans that it was a sound longterm investment.

Credit Suisse estimates Disney+ will have 20 million global subscribers by the end of 2019 (it has only launched in a few countries outside the US so far, including Canada, the Netherlands, and Australia). That’s well ahead of Disney’s own projections (it forecasted about that many subscribers by the end of next year), but some of those are undoubtedly free trials. Verizon also offered its new customers a free year of the Disney service, which could be inflating its early subscriber totals. Netflix has 160 million global subscribers, and has not yet been substantially affected by the presence of Disney+.

It’s too early to assess the success of Disney’s streaming gambit. By the end of 2020, however, we’ll know a lot more about whether or not it was a smart move for Disney to wager much of its future on streaming entertainment. 2020 will be Disney+’s first full year of existence, and next fall, it’ll debut a new Marvel TV series, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, to go alongside The Mandalorian. It will launch in several more countries, including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Spain.

Beyond bringing in subscribers, can Disney+ compete at the Emmys, as Netflix routinely does? Can it bring in renowned creators from outside the existing Disney ecosystem, as Netflix has done with filmmakers like Martin Scorsese? Disney has never performed especially well at the Oscars, and that has yet to deter them. But finding a way to cozy up to the Hollywood elite could not only help sell the product to more subscribers, but it could also serve as a thorn in Netflix’s side as it looks to distance itself from its streaming competitors in the awards landscape.

Can Disney still create new franchises?

Outside of the occasional Pixar movie, all of Disney’s biggest movies are based on intellectual property that’s already immensely popular. But at some point—and it may already be happening—audiences will tire of the same stories, told in the same ways, and will clamor for more new stuff. Maybe that won’t happen in 2020. But Disney would be smart to get ahead of the curve and anticipate when its tried-and-true franchises inevitably hit a wall. It hasn’t had to start franchises from scratch in a long time. Sooner or later, it will.

In 2020, we’ll see how strong the Disney brand is when Luke Skywalker or Iron Man are not involved. Here’s Disney’s 2020 movie slate (not including those from 20th Century Fox):

If 2019 was the year Disney took over the world, 2020 will be the year that signals whether it’ll stay there, or fall back to the pack. Over slightly more than a decade, the company leveraged its globally beloved brand to buy Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm, and Fox, positioning itself as the most dominant cultural force in the world. But with that success have come expectations that will become harder and harder to meet.

If Disney+ fails to catch on in a meaningful way, if the company struggles to generate more water-cooler shows beyond The Mandalorian, or if The Eternals and its other upcoming tentpole blockbusters underperform at the box office, it could set up Disney for a decade much bumpier than the last. It doesn’t help that every media rival on the planet is trying to figure out each day how to cut into Disney’s foothold.

CEO Bob Iger, who will step down from the role he’s held for more than 15 years in 2021, has staked his legacy on streaming. So far, investors are pleased—the stock is up almost 35% from last year on the strength of the company’s box office and the perception that Disney+ is an early success. But if either of those things falter in 2020, stockholders might not be so thrilled. No successor has been named, but consumer chief Kevin Mayer and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, a former Disney board member, have been floated as replacements. Whomever that person is, he or she will have to lead Disney through a new decade marked with uncertainty.

It’s hard to rank the Disney animated films, and not just because there are so many of them. These are films that mean so much to so many people, that are inherently linked to powerful memories of childhood and have informed what we so many adults consider magical. Ranking their respective strengths and weaknesses becomes as much an investigation of why you loved something as it is to their relative worth as a creative endeavor. (Divorcing yourself of those emotions is mightily challenging.) Still, I tried to do just that, and wanted to share stories from the making of the movies as well, so you know just what went into that film’s success (or lack thereof). So, yes, this is a history lesson as much as it’s a critical appraisal. (My primary sources were Disney War by James B. Stewart, Creativity Inc. by Ed Catmull and Amy Wallace, and Walt Disney by Neal Gabler, plus the fantastic documentary films Waking Sleeping Beauty and Walt and El Grupo. I heartily recommend them all.)

But please, let us know in the comments what you think of this list, what Disney films you continue to revisit, and which of these 58 you hadn’t ever even heard of until this list.

And if you feel inspired to check some of these out on Disney+, here’s a list of everything currently available to stream on that streaming service.

The most popular classic Disney movie in every state

  • CableTV.com looked at the most popular Disney classics in every state, starting with 1937’s “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” through to the end of the Disney Renaissance in 1999.
  • “The Lion King” was the most popular Disney animated classic across 17 states.
  • Utah had a 14-way tie.

Disney has a huge library of beloved animated classics. It’s so big and beloved, in fact, that many of the titles have been or are currently being adapted into live-action reboots, such as “Beauty and the Beast,” “Christopher Robin,” “Dumbo,” “Aladdin,” “The Lion King,” and more. We don’t know if we could pick a favorite, but a recent report by CableTV.com used Google Trends data to determine what the most popular animated Disney classic is in each state across the US.

Perhaps most surprising is the fact that, despite the massive success of the 2017 live-action remake of “Beauty and the Beast,” the 1991 movie was only favored in the state of Utah — and even then it was part of a 14-way tie (!). Less surprising: “The Lion King” is the hands-down favorite across the country, with 17 states showing the 1994 classic lots of love.

CableTV.com looked at factors such as title familiarity, popularity, and cultural relevance to come up with a list of the 25 most popular Disney classic films. The selection of films started with the earliest Disney animated feature film, 1937’s “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” and continued through the end of what’s known as the Disney Renaissance, the time period between approximately 1989 and 1999, when Disney’s renewed push into more animated musical films likely ruled your childhood.

Read on to see what your state’s favorite animated Disney classic is — and let us know if you agree!

Alabama: “The Lion King” (1994)

Alaska: “Bambi” (1942)

Arizona: “The Little Mermaid” (1989)

Arkansas: “Pocahontas” (1995)

California: “Aladdin” (1992)

Colorado:”The Lion King” (1994)

Connecticut:”The Lion King” (1994)

Delaware: “Lady and the Tramp” (1955)

Florida:”The Little Mermaid” (1989)

Georgia:”The Lion King” (1994)

Hawaii: “Mulan” (1998)

Hawaii is a fan of “Mulan.” Walt Disney Studios

Idaho: “Sleeping Beauty” (1959)

Illinois:”The Lion King” (1994)

Indiana:”The Lion King” (1994)

Iowa:”The Lion King” (1994)

Kansas:”The Lion King” (1994)

Kentucky: “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” (1977)

Louisiana:”The Lion King” (1994)

Maine: “Robin Hood” (1973)

Maryland:”Bambi” (1942)

Massachusetts: “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” (1977)

Michigan:”The Lion King” (1994)

Minnesota: “The Aristocats” (1970)

Mississippi: “Fantasia” (1940)

Missouri:”The Aristocats” (1970)

Montana:”Bambi” (1942)

Nebraska: “The Fox and the Hound” (1981)

Nevada:”The Little Mermaid” (1989)

“The Little Mermaid” was the most popular in Nevada. Disney

New Hampshire: “Robin Hood” (1973)

New Jersey:”Aladdin” (1992)

New Mexico: “Alice in Wonderland” (1951)

New York: “Dumbo” (1941)

North Carolina:”The Lion King” (1994)

North Dakota: “The Fox and the Hound” (1981)

Ohio:”The Lion King” (1994)

Oklahoma:”Bambi” (1942)

Oregon: “Robin Hood” (1973)

Pennsylvania:”The Lion King” (1994)

Rhode Island:”The Lion King” (1994)

South Carolina:”The Lion King” (1994)

South Dakota: The Fox and the Hound (1981)

Tennessee: “The Aristocats” (1970)

Texas: “The Little Mermaid” (1989)

Utah had a 14-way tie. Walt Disney Productions/”Snow White”

Vermont: “One Hundred and One Dalmatians” (1961)

Virginia:”Bambi” (1942)

Washington: “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” (1977)

West Virginia: “Snow White” (1937)

Wisconsin:”The Lion King” (1994)

Wyoming: “Hercules” (1997)

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