Disney+ Just Updated Their Line-Up of Movies and TV Shows

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Update: The following titles are now available to stream on Disney+ for $6.99/month or $69.99/year.

Over the past few months, Disney+ has been releasing little morsels of mouse droppings to whet our appetite for their new platform. They’ve hyped some of their new releases like The Mandalorian and a bunch of other MCU shows. They’ve catered to our nostalgic impulses by promising access to our favorite Marvel cartoons from the 80s and 90s and announced a forthcoming Home Alone reboot.

A few weeks ago Disney+ announced the entire list of titles that will be available on their streaming service once it launches on November 12.

Today, they continued to hype their releases with an endless thread on Twitter and an infinite YouTube video titled, “Basically everything coming to Disney+

They also provided an update on new releases:

  • Marvel’s Hero Project (2019)
  • One Day at Disney (2019)
  • Encore! (2019)
  • The World According to Jeff Goldblum (2019)
  • Noelle (2019)
  • High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (2019)
  • Lady and the Tramp (2019)
  • The Mandalorian (2019)

If you don’t have two hours to scroll through their social media updates from today, here’s the rundown:

Movies Available on Disney+
• 10 Things I Hate About You
• 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
• 101 Dalmatians (1961)
• 101 Dalmatians (1996)
• 101 Dalmatians 2: Patch’s London Adventure
• 102 Dalmatians
• (500) Days of Summer
• A Bug’s Life
• A Goofy Movie
• A Kid in King Arthur’s Court
• A Ring of Endless Light
• A Wrinkle in Time
• Adventures in Babysitting (1987)
• Adventures in Babysitting (2016)
• Aladdin
• Aladdin and the King of Thieves
• Aladdin II: The Return of Jafar
• Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
• Alice in Wonderland (1951)
• Alice in Wonderland (2010)
• Alice Through the Looking Glass
• Aliens of the Deep
• Alley Cats Strike
• Almost Angels
• America’s Heart and Soul
• Amy
• An Extremely Goofy Movie
• Annie
• Ant-Man
• Ant-Man and The Wasp
• Apollo: Missions to the Moon
• Around the World in 80 Days
• Atlantis: Milo’s Return
• Atlantis Rising
• Atlantis: The Lost Empire
• Avalon High
• Avengers: Infinity War
• Avengers: Age of Ultron
• Avengers: Endgame
• Babes in Toyland
• Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend
• Bad Hair Day
• Bambi
• Bambi 2
• Bao
• Beauty and the Beast (1991)
• Beauty and the Beast (2017)
• Beauty and the Beast: Belle’s Magical World
• Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas
• Beauty and the Briefcase
• Bedknobs and Broomsticks
• Bedtime Stories
• Before the Flood
• Benji the Hunted
• Beverly Hills Chihuahua
• Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2
• Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva La Fiesta
• Big Business
• Big Hero Six
• Bizarre Dinosaurs
• Black Panther
• Blackbeard’s Ghost
• Blank Check
• Bolt
• Boundin’
• Brave
• Breaking 2
• Breaking Away
• Bridge to Terabithia
• Brink
• Brother Bear
• Brother Bear 2
• Buffalo Dreams
• Burn-E
• Cadet Kelly
• Camp Nowhere
• Camp Rock
• Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam
• Can of Worms
• Candleshoe
• Captain America: Civil War
• Captain America: The First Avenger
• Captain Marvel
• Cars
• Cars 2
• Cars 3
• Cars Toon: Air Mater
• Cars Toon: Hiccups
• Cars Toon: Mater Private Eye
• Cars Toon: Mater the Greater
• Cars Toon: Monster Truck Mater
• Cars Toon: Time Travel Mater
• Cars Toons: Heavy Metal Mater
• Casebusters
• Cheetah
• Chef Donald
• Chicken Little
• Christmas Cupid
• Christopher Robin
• Cinderella (1950)
• Cinderella (2015)
• Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True
• Cinderella 3: A Twist in Time
• Cloud 9
• Coco
• College Road Trip
• Confessions of a Shopaholic
• Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
• Cool Runnings
• Cow Belles
• D2: The Mighty Ducks
• D3: The Mighty Ducks
• Dadnapped
• Dan in Real Life
• Darby O’Gill and the Little People
• Davy Crockett and the River Pirates
• Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier
• Day and Night
• Decorating Disney: Holiday Magic
• Den Brother
• Descendants
• Descendants 2
• Diana: In Her Own Words
• Diary of a Wimpy Kid
• Dick Tracy
• Dinosaur
• Disney’s A Christmas Carol
• Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings
• Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings: Holiday Magic
• Disneynature African Cats
• Disneynature Bears
• Disneynature Born in China
• Disneynature Chimpanzee
• Disneynature Crimson Wing
• Disneynature Expedition China
• Disneynature Ghost of the Mountains
• Disneynature Growing Up Wild
• Disneynature Monkey Kingdom
• Disneynature Oceans
• Disneynature Penguins
• Disneynature Wings of Life
• Doctor Dolittle
• Doctor Strange
• Don’t Look Under the Bed
• Donald and Pluto
• Double Teamed
• Doug’s 1st Movie
• DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp
• Dug’s Special Mission
• Dumbo
• Dumbo (Live-Action)
• Earth Live
• Easter Island Unsolved
• Eddie’s Million Dollar Cook-Off
• Eight Below
• Emil and the Detectives
• Empire of Dreams: The Story of the Star Wars Trilogy
• Escape to Witch Mountain
• Expedition Mars: Spirit and Opportunity
• Fantasia
• Fantasia 2000
• Finding Dory
• Finding Nemo
• First Kid
• Flight of the Navigator
• Flowers and Trees
• Flubber
• For the Birds
• Frank and Ollie
• Frankenweenie (1984)
• Frankenweenie (2012)
• Freaky Friday (1977)
• Freaky Friday (2003)
• Freaky Friday (2018)
• Free Solo
• Frenemies
• Frozen
• Full-Court Miracle
• Fun and Fancy Free
• Fuzzbucket
• G-Force
• Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties
• Geek Charming
• Genius
• George and A.J.
• George of the Jungle
• George of the Jungle 2
• Get a Clue
• Giants of the Deep Blue
• Girl vs Monster
• Glory Road
• Go Figure
• Going to the Mat
• Good Luck Charlie: It’s Christmas!
• Gotta Kick It Up
• Greyfriars Bobby
• Guardians of the Galaxy
• Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2
• Halloweentown High
• Halloweentown
• Halloweentown 2: Kalabar’s Revenge
• Hannah Montana: The Movie
• Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert
• Hatching Pete
• Heavyweights
• Herbie: Fully Loaded
• Herbie Goes Bananas
• Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo
• Herbie Rides Again
• Hercules
• High School Musical
• High School Musical 2
• High School Musical 3: Senior Year
• Hocus Pocus
• Holes
• Holiday in Handcuffs
• Home on the Range
• Homeward Bound 2: Lost in San Francisco
• Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
• Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
• Honey, We Shrank Ourselves
• Honey, I Blew Up the Kid
• Horse Sense
• How Dogs Got Their Shapes
• How to Build a Better Boy
• I Am Number Four
• I’ll Be Home for Christmas
• Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas
• Ice Age: The Great Egg-scapade
• Ice Princess
• Incredible: The Story of Dr. Pol
• Inner Workings
• Inside Out
• Inspector Gadget
• Inspector Gadget 2
• Into the Grand Canyon
• Into the Okavango
• Into the Woods
• Invincible
• Invisible Sister
• Iron Man
• Iron Man 2
• Iron Man 3
• Iron Man and Hulk: Heroes United
• Iron Will
• Jack
• Jack-Jack Attack
• James and the Giant Peach
• Jane
• John Carter
• Johnny Kapahala: Back On Board
• Johnny Tsunami
• Jonas Brothers: The Concert Experience
• Journey to Shark Eden
• Journey to the Center of the Earth
• Jump In
• Jumping Ship
• Jungle 2 Jungle
• Jungle Cat
• Justin Morgan Had a Horse
• Kazaam
• Kim Possible (2019)
• Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama
• Kingdom of the Blue Whale
• Kronk’s New Groove
• La Luna
• Lady and the Tramp
• Lady and the Tramp 2: Scamp’s Adventure
• Lava
• Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles – Clash of the Skywalkers
• Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles – Escape from the Jedi Temple
• Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles – Race for the Holocrons
• Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles – Raid on Coruscant
• Lemonade Mouth
• Lend a Paw
• Leroy and Stitch
• Let It Shine
• Life is Ruff
• Life Size 2
• Life with Mikey
• Lifted
• Lilo and Stitch
• Lilo and Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
• Lonesome Ghosts
• Lou
• Lovestruck: The Musical
• Luck of the Irish
• Luxo Jr.
• Man Among Cheetahs
• Mars: Inside SpaceX
• Mars Needs Moms
• Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors
• Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe
• Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight
• Mary Poppins
• Mary Poppins Returns
• Mater and the Ghostlight
• Max Keeble’s Big Move
• McFarland, USA
• Meet the Deedles
• Meet the Robinsons
• Melody Time
• Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers
• Mickey’s House of Villains
• Mickey’s Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse
• Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas
• Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas
• Mighty Joe Young
• Mike’s New Car
• Million Dollar Arm
• Minutemen
• Miracle
• Miracle at Midnight
• Miracle in Lane 2
• Miracle Landing on the Hudson
• Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
• Miracle on 34th Street (1994)
• Mission to the Sun
• Moana
• Modern Inventions
• Mom’s Got a Date with a Vampire
• Monsters, Inc.
• Monsters University
• Motocrossed
• Mr. Boogedy
• Mr. Holand’s Opus
• Mr. Magoo
• Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium
• Mulan
• Mulan 2
• Muppet Treasure Island
• Muppets Most Wanted
• Musical Farmer
• My Fake Fiance
• My Favorite Martian
• My Future Boyfriend
• National Treasure
• National Treasure: Book of Secrets
• Never Been Kissed
• Newsies
• Newsies: The Broadway Musical
• Now You See It
• Olaf’s Frozen Adventure
• Old Dogs
• Old Yeller
• Oliver and Company
• Once Upon a Mattress
• One Magic Christmas
• Operation Dumbo Drop
• Oz the Great and Powerful
• Paris to Pittsburgh
• Partly Cloudy
• Party Central
• People Like Us
• Perri
• Pete’s Dragon (1977)
• Pete’s Dragon (2016)
• Peter Pan
• Peter Pan: Return to Neverland
• Phantom of the Megaplex
• Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel
• Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension
• Piglet’s Big Movie
• Pinocchio
• Piper
• 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
• Pixel Perfect
• Pizza My Heart
• Planes
• Planes: Fire Rescue
• Planet of the Birds
• Pluto’s Christmas Tree
• Pocahontas
• Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World
• Pollyana
• Pooh’s Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin
• Pooh’s Heffalump Movie
• Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
• Princess Protection Program
• Prom
• Queen of Katwe
• Quints
• Race to Witch Mountain
• Ralph Breaks the Internet
• Ratatouille
• Read It and Weep
• Ready to Run
• Real Steel
• Recess: All Growed Down
• Recess: School’s Out
• Recess: Taking the 5th Grade
• Red’s Dream
• Remember the Titans
• Return from Witch Mountain
• Return to Halloweentown
• Return to Oz
• Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish
• Right on Track
• Riley’s First Date
• Rip Girls
• Robin Hood
• Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
• Rookie of the Year
• Roving Mars
• Ruby Bridges
• Sacred Planet
• Saludos Amigos
• Sammy, the Way-Out Seal
• Sanjay’s Super Team
• Santa Buddies: The Legend of Santa Paws
• Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups
• Saving Mr. Banks
• Science Fair
• Sea of Hope: America’s Underwater Treasures
• Secret of the Wings
• Secretariat
• Secrets of Christ’s Tomb: Explorer Special
• Secrets of Life
• Secrets of the King Cobra
• Sharks of Lost Island
• Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure
• Shipwrecked
• Sister Act
• Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit
• Sky High
• Skyrunners
• Sleeping Beauty
• Smart House
• Snow
• Snow 2: Brain Freeze
• Snow Buddies
• Snow Dogs
• Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
• Snowball Express
• Snowglobe (2007)
• Solo: A Star Wars Story
• Space Buddies
• Spacecamp
• Splash
• Spooky Buddies
• Star Wars: A New Hope
• Star Wars: Attack of the Clones
• Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
• Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith
• Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008)
• Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
• Star Wars: The Force Awakens
• Star Wars: The Last Jedi
• Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
• Starstruck
• Steamboat Willie
• Stepsister from Planet Weird
• Stitch! the Movie
• Stonehenge Decoded: Secrets Revealed
• Straight Talk
• Strange Magic
• Stuck in the Suburbs
• Sultan and the Rock Star
• Super Buddies
• Sweet Home Alabama
• Swing Vote
• Swiss Family Robinson (1960)
• Swiss Family Robinson
• Tall Tale
• Tangled
• Tangled: Before Ever After
• Tangled Ever After
• Tarzan
• Tarzan 2
• Tarzan and Jane (2002)
• Teachers Pet
• Teen Beach 2
• Teen Beach Movie
• Teen Spirit
• That Darn Cat (1965)
• That Darn Cat (1977)
• The Absent-Minded Professor
• The Adventures of André and Wally B.
• The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin
• The Adventures of Huck and Finn
• The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad
• The African Lion
• The Apple Dumpling Gang
• The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again
• The Aristocats
• The Avengers
• The Band Concert
• The Barefoot Executive
• The Bears and I
• The BFG
• The Big Green
• The Biscuit Eater
• The Black Cauldron
• The Black Hole
• The Blue Umbrella
• The Boys: The Sherman Brothers Story
• The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars
• The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue
• The Castaway Cowboy
• The Cat from Outer Space
• The Cheetah Girls
• The Cheetah Girls 2
• The Cheetah Girls: One World
• The Christmas Star
• The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
• The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe
• The Color of Friendship
• The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
• The Count of Monte Cristo
• The Country Bears
• The Emperorer’s New Groove
• The Even Stevens Movie
• The Finest Hours
• The Flood
• The Fox and the Hound
• The Fox and the Hound 2
• The Game Plan
• The Ghosts of Buxley Hall
• The Gods Must Be Crazy
• The Good Dinosaur
• The Great Mouse Detective
• The Greatest Game Ever Played
• The Haunted Mansion
• The Help
• The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
• The Horse Whisperer
• The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
• The Hunchback of Notre Dame
• The Incredible Dr. Pol: Blue Ribbon Kids
• The Incredible Journey
• The Incredibles
• The Incredibles 2
• The Jennie Project
• The Journey of Natty Gan
• The Jungle Book (1967)
• The Jungle Book (2016)
• The Jungle Book 2
• The Jungle Book: Mowgli’s Story
• The Kid
• The Last Song
• The Legend of Mordu
• The Lion King (1994)
• The Lion King 1 1/2
• The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride
• The Little Mermaid
• The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea
• The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Beginning
• The Little Whirlwind
• The Living Desert
• The Lizzie McGuire Movie
• The Lone Ranger
• The Lost Tomb of Alexander the Great
• The Love Bug (1969)
• The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
• The Mighty Ducks
• The Million Dollar Duck
• The Mistle Tones
• The Muppet Christmas Carol
• The Muppet Movie
• The Muppets (2011)
• The Nightmare Before Christmas
• The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
• The Odd Life of Timothy Green
• The Other Me
• The Pacifier
• The Parent Trap (1961)
• The Parent Trap (1998)
• The Pirate Fairy
• The Pixar Story
• The Prince and the Pauper
• The Princess and the Frog
• The Princess Diaries
• The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
• The Proof Point
• The Proud Family Movie
• The Radiator Springs 500 1/2
• The Reluctant Dragon
• The Rescuers Down Under
• The Rocketeer
• The Rookie
• The Sandlot
• The Santa Clause
• The Santa Clause 2
• The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Claus
• The Scream Team
• The Search for Santa Paws
• The Secret of the Magic Gourd
• The Shaggy D.A.
• The Shaggy Dog (1959)
• The Shaggy Dog (2006)
• The Sign of Zorro
• The Simpsons Movie
• The Skeleton Dance
• The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
• The Sound of Music
• The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men
• The Strongest Man in the World
• The Suite Life Movie
• The Swap
• The Sword in the Stone
• The Thirteenth Year
• The Three Caballeros
• The Three Musketeers
• The Tigger Movie
• The Ugly Daschund
• The Ultimate Christmas Present
• The Vanishing Prairie
• The Wild
• The Wise Little Hen
• The Wizards Return: Alex vs Alex
• The Young Black Stallion
• Thor
• Thor: Ragnarok
• Thor: The Dark World
• Those Calloways
• Three Days
• Three Little Pigs
• Three Men and a Baby
• Three Men and a Little Lady
• Tiger Cruise
• ‘Til Dad do us Part
• Tini: The New Life of Violetta
• Tinker Bell
• Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue
• Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast
• Titanic: 20 Years Later with James Cameron
• Tom and Huck
• Tomorrowland
• Toy Story
• Toy Story 2
• Toy Story 3
• Toy Story Toons: Hawaiian Vacation
• Toy Story Toons: Partysaurus Rex
• Toy Story Toons: Small Fry
• Trail of the Panda
• Treasure Buddies
• Treasure Island
• Treasure of Matecumbe
• Treasure Planet
• Tree Climbing Lions
• Tron
• Tron Legacy
• Tru Confessions
• Tuck Everlasting
• Turner and Hooch
• Twas the Night
• Twitches
• Twitches Too
• Under the Sea: A Descendants Short Story
• Under the Tuscan Sun
• Underdog
• Unidentified Flying Oddball
• Up
• Up, Up, and Away
• U.S. Secret Service: On the Front Line
• Valiant
• Waking Sleeping Beauty
• Wall-E
• Walt and El Grupo
• Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior
• What About Bob?
• When In Rome
• While You Were Sleeping
• Whispers: An Elephant’s Tale
• White Fang
• Who Framed Roger Rabbit
• Willow
• Winged Seduction: Birds of Paradise
• Winnie the Pooh
• Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year
• Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo
• Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie
• World’s Greatest Dogs
• Wreck-it Ralph
• You Again
• You Lucky Dog
• You Wish
• Your Friend the Rat
• Zapped
• Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century
• Zenon: The Zequel
• Zenon: Z3
• Zombies (2018)
• Zootopia

TV Shows Available on Disney+
• 101 Dalmatians
• Adventures of the Gummi Bears
• Agent Carter
• Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
• American Dragon: Jake Long
• Andi Mack
• A.N.T. Farm
• Ant-Man Shorts
• Austin and Ally
• Avengers Assemble
• Avengers: Secret Wars (Shorts)
• Best Friends Whenever
• Big City Greens
• Big City Greens (Shorts)
• Big Hero 6: The Series
• Big Hero 6: The Series (Shorts)
• Billy Dilley’s Super Duper Subterranean Summer
• Bizaardvark
• Bonkers
• Boy Meets World
• Brain Games
• Brandy and Mr. Whiskers
• Bug Juice: My Adventures at Camp
• Bunk’d
• Chip n Dale: Rescue Rangers
• Coop and Cami Ask the World
• Coop and Cami Ask the World (Shorts)
• Crash and Bernstein
• Darkwing Duck
• Descendants: Wicked World (Shorts)
• Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings
• Disney Junior Music Nursery Rhymes
• Doc McStuffins
• Dog Whisperer with Caesar Millan
• Doug
• Dr. K’s Exotic Animal ER
• Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet
• Drain the Oceans
• DuckTales (1987)
• DuckTales (2017)
• DuckTales Shorts
• Elena of Avalor (Shorts)
• Even Stevens
• Fantastic Four (1994)
• Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Heroes
• Fast Layne
• Gargoyles
• Girl Meets World
• Goldie and Bear
• Good Luck Charlie
• Goof Troop
• Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted
• Gravity Falls
• Gravity Falls: Shorts
• Great Migrations
• Guardians of the Galaxy (2015)
• Guardians of the Galaxy (Shorts)
• Handy Manny
• Henry Hungglemonster
• Hercules
• Hostile Planet
• I Didn’t Do It
• Imagination Movers
• Inhumans
• Iron Man (1994)
• Iron Man: Armored Adventures
• Jake and the Never Land Pirates
• Jessie
• JONAS
• K.C. Undercover
• Kickin’ It
• Kim Possible
• Kingdom of the White Wolf
• Kirby Buckets
• Lab Rats
• Lab Rats: Elite Force
• Legend of the Three Caballeros
• Lego Disney Frozen: Northern Lights (Shorts)
• Lego Star Wars: All Stars
• Lego Star Wars: Droid Tales
• Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures
• Lego Star Wars: The Resistance Rises
• Life Below Zero
• Lilo and Stitch
• Little Einsteins
• Liv and Maddie
• Lizzie McGuire (2001)
• Lost Treasures of the Maya
• Marvel Rising: Initiation
• Marvel’s Rocket and Groot
• Marvel’s Spider-Man (Shorts)
• Marvel Super Hero Adventures
• Marvel Ultimate Comics
• Mech X4
• Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
• Mickey and the Roadster Racers
• Mickey Mouse (Shorts)
• Mighty Ducks
• Mighty Med
• Miles from Tomorrowland
• Milo Murphy’s Law
• Miraculous Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir
• Muppet Babies
• Muppet Moments (Shorts)
• My Friends Tigger and Pooh
• One Strange Rock
• Origins: The Journey of Humankind
• Out of the Box
• Phil of the Future
• Phineas and Ferb
• PJ Masks
• Puppy Dog Pals
• Quack Pack
• Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja
• Raven’s Home
• Recess
• Rocky Mountain Animal Rescue
• Shake it Up
• Sheriff Callie’s Wild West
• Silver Surfer (1998)
• Smart Guy
• So Weird
• Sofia the First
• Sonny With a Chance
• Soy Luna
• Special Agent Oso
• Spider-Man (1981)
• Spider-Man (1994)
• Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends
• Spider-Man Unlimited
• Spider-Woman (1979)
• Star vs the Forces of Evil
• Star Wars Blips
• Star Wars: Forces of Destiny (Shorts)
• Star Wars: Rebels
• Star Wars: Rebels (Shorts)
• Star Wars: Resistance
• Star Wars: The Clone Wars
• Stuck in the Middle
• Supercar Megabuild
• Sydney to the Max
• Take Two with Phineas and Ferb (Shorts)
• Talespin
• Tangled: The Series
• Tangled: Short Cuts (Shorts)
• Teachers Pet
• That’s So Raven
• The 7D
• The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes
• The Avengers: United They Stand
• The Book of Once Upon a Time
• The Book of Pooh
• The Emperor’s New School
• The Incredible Dr. Pol
• The Incredible Hulk
• The Lion Guard
• The Little Mermaid
• The Muppets
• The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
• The Replacements
• The Simpsons
• The Suite Life of Zack and Cody
• The Suite Life on Deck
• Timon and Pumbaa
• Tron: Uprising
• Ultimate Spider-Man
• Vampirina
• Violetta
• Walk the Prank
• Wild Yellowstone
• Wizards of Waverly Place
• Wolverine and the X-Men
• X-Men (1992)
• X-Men Evolution

The Guys From Toto Perform Quarantine “Africa” From Their Homes

Toto Performs Quarantine Africa
(YouTube/Joseph Williams)

If there’s one song from the 80s that withstood the test of time, it’s “Africa” by Toto. Every so often, it reenters the public consciousness, be it by way of Scrubs episode, Weezer cover, or even buzzing Tesla coils. It’s a near-perfect song, and it’s never going anywhere.

In the spirit of this recent slew of virtual pop culture reunions, some of the guys from Toto got together to dust off their 1982 hit.

Returning for lead vocals you is Joseph Williams.

(YouTube/Joseph Williams)

On percussion, we’ve got Mr. DOO-DOO D-DOO D-DOO D-DOO DOO PSHHH himself, Lenny Castro.

(YouTube/Joseph Williams)

And on vertical phone orientation, we’ve got guitarist Steve Lukather.

(YouTube/Joseph Williams)

You know the words. You know the legendary drum fills. Now get ready to hear “Africa” as you’ve never heard it before: through the lens of a quarantine. Enjoy!

“I really hope you guys out there are safe and well,” says Steve on guitar. “God bless. Hang in there.”

Father Figures: Big Bad Dad

“I am the proud father of an 8-year-old daughter named Winnie.

For years, I was lost on a path toward self-destruction. I was involved in violence, drugs, and alcohol, and seemed destined to end up either dead or in jail.

I managed to forge a career and get married, but always had a monkey on my back. My behavior began to hurt everyone in my life as much as it was hurting me.

Then my daughter was born. The first day I held her, everything in my life changed.

For the first time, I had a direction. There was never an option to fail. My overwhelming love for her made me look myself in a mirror and resolve to become a better person for myself and for her. It took hard work, humility, and honesty for me to get to where I started to feel love for myself and face the demons that were in my closet.

Because of my daughter and the strength she gave me, I built an amazing life for us and have such an amazing relationship with her everyday. We even wrote and published a book together: Big Bad Dad.

These days, I am part of a nonprofit group dedicated to teaching men to show humility and emotion, and encouraging them to speak about their feelings and ask for help.

My daughter completely shifted the way I think about life and the way I live as a man and I am so grateful to her every single day.”

– Ryan Bourquin

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Check out the previous editions of Father Figures here.

“My Dad, My Hero” Campaign Helps Kids Honor Their Military Dads

“My Dad, My Hero” Campaign Helps Kids Honor Their Military Dads
(YouTube/Lincoln Military Housing)

Being an amazing dad already means that you’re a hero to your kids. When you’re a military dad though, you’re doing hero double-duty and deserve to be recognized as such. Lincoln Military Housing, a partnership between Lincoln Property Company and the Department of Defense, has helped over 36,000 military families find housing across the country. They know firsthand how much military families sacrifice, and they realize just how heroic these military parents are to their country as well as their kids.

Being the child of a military parent (or two) can be challenging, with fairly frequent moves as well as long periods of time where they may not be able to see their parent in person. Lincoln Military Housing decided that kids needed a way to honor their military dads, and they launched the “My Dad, My Hero” campaign to capture the love and admiration these kids have for their dads.

“It is important as a community that we highlight and celebrate our military children and their fathers. Whether their father is deployed or supporting a spouse in the military, they all provide a great service to our country. Our goal was to honor them through a story told by their very own children,” Ashley Gorski Poole, VP of Marketing and Communications for Lincoln Military Housing, explained on PRWeb.

The touching video features pictures of military dads with their children, handwritten notes, and heartfelt tributes to their beloved dads shared by the kids themselves. The campaign collected over 90 videos, letters, and pictures from military families seeking a way to properly honor their heroic dads. To help kids feel like they’re part of a community of kids just like them, and as a way to thank kids for their submissions, Lincoln Military Housing is sending each kid who contributed to the “My Dad, My Hero” campaign a special challenge coin.

Challenge coins are an important tradition in the military. Challenge coins are given to show membership in a certain group or to recognize a special achievement. Not only did these kids get to honor their dads in a beautiful way, but they also got to take part in a tradition that is undoubtedly meaningful to their dads as well.

Thank you military dads (and all other members of the military, of course), you’re our heroes too.

The 10 Best Comments of the Month: June 2020

Best Comments of the Month

Every month we pan for comedy gold in the comments section of our Facebook posts. If your comment cracks us up (or warms our hearts) we’ll showcase it here!

Here’s last month’s roundup of the 10 Best Comments:

1. Doesn’t Mince Words

2. Cursed!

3. Plot Thickens

4. Alright

5. Driving Miss Daisy

6. GOAT

7. DJ Wingman

8. Be the Dad

9. Mind the Gap

10. Dad Level 100

Check out the previous edition of the best comments of the month here.

Sega Is Releasing a Mini Console Loaded With 32 Classic Games

Sega Mini Console
(Sega/Hardcore Gaming 101)

Sega is slowly becoming a titan in the gaming world of portable emulators. Last year, the Japanese video game developer announced the Genesis Mini, a plug-and-play consoled packed with 40 classic games, from Altered Beasts to Ecco The Dolphin.

(Target)

More recently, they revealed the Game Gear Micro, which is exactly what it sounds like.

(Sega)

Well now, in what could very well be the shrunken console industry’s first hat trick, Sega has unveiled the Astro City Mini. This mini replica is shaped to look just like Sega’s 1993 Astro City arcade cabinet, which is super iconic in Japan and sought after to this day by collectors.

You can check out the official Japanese promo video here:

The portable console will come pre-loaded with 36 classic games, of which the following have been confirmed:

  • Alien Syndrome
  • Alien Storm
  • Golden Axe
  • Golden Axe: The Revenge of Death Adder
  • Columns II
  • Dark Edge
  • Puzzle & Action: Tant-R
  • Virtua Fighter
  • Fantasy Zone
  • Altered Beast

If you’re not hip to Altered Beasts, educate yourself.

Also, exciting fact: this is the very first time Golden Axe: The Revenge of Death Adder

and Dark Edge…

(Sega)

will be available to play on a home system. Until now, they’ve only existed in arcade form. Pretty cool!

There will also be handheld controllers, sold separately, which will come in handy once you HDMI this bad boy to the TV and bash some side-scroller aliens on the big screen.

(Sega)

The Sega Astro City Mini will soon be available in Japan for ¥12,800 (approximately $114), but no word on an international launch just yet. This looks dope though, so fingers crossed!

“Just Resting My Eyes,” Says Dad Waking up From 8-Year Coma

"Just Resting My Eyes"
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In a development that’s baffling medical professionals worldwide, 56-year-old dad Gary Hudson awoke from an eight-year coma this week, only to matter-of-factly assure his family he’d simply been resting his eyes.

“Just lettin’ the lids get take a load off,” Gary said, having just spent the better part of a decade with no observable cognition or awareness of external stimuli. “Can’t be just dozing off mid-Monday now can we.”

Gary, whose cerebrum had recently forgone communication with his brain stem for almost 3,000 consecutive days, guaranteed his loved ones he’d merely shuttered the blinds for a “short rest.”

Sources claim Gary emerged from his comatose state after an orderly changed the hospital room TV channel, which he was watching.

Despite being completely plausible to parents, THIS JUST IN is satire and intended for entertainment purposes only. For more stories like this one click here.

Dad Grades: Walter White From Breaking Bad

(Sony Pictures)

It’s been 7 years now since Breaking Bad drew to a close, and we heard Heisenberg utter those unforgettable final words: “Goodbye, Lydia.” No really, that was the last thing anyone on the show said, if you don’t count Jesse’s getaway scream. Seriously. Go check. We don’t talk about this enough. Insane.

Nevertheless, Breaking Bad was a pretty incredible show. Prestige TV at its prestigest. For 5-but-actually-6 seasons, we witnessed the trajectory of Walter White, a terminally ill chemistry professor turned maniacal drug kingpin. Through first-rate performances, masterful storytelling, and cinematography like this

(Sony Pictures Television)

fans were enthralled by Walt’s slow transformation into Heisenberg. But was he a good dad? No. What. Are you insane? Of course not. But we’re gonna give him a Dad Grades anyway.

Warning: SPOILERS AHEAD

STRENGTHS

The premise of this show is rooted in Walt’s responsibilities as a husband and father. After being diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer, Walt decides he needs to make a shitload of money, and fast, to provide financial security for his family. This sounds noble, and something a good dad might even do! More later on how he chooses to acquire this money.

(Sony Pictures Television)

On the surface, Walt’s a great dad. A provider, a teacher, a protector. In season one, we see Walt start to break bad when his son, Walt Jr, who had cerebral palsy, is mocked while trying on jeans. Not on Walt’s watch.

With a second child on the way, Walt continually asserts that every decision he makes, he makes for his family. Occasionally, he’ll try to prove it, like in the season 5 episode “Fifty-One”, in which he concludes a driving lesson with Walt Jr. by purchasing him a brand new Dodge Challenger.

Best of all, he never once tries to rope his into the meth business. Nepotism runs rampant in this society, so it’s refreshing to see Jr. merely running a register and wishing folks an “A1 day” at the car wash. It is a money-laundering scheme, but whatever. He’s good at it.

(Sony Pictures Television)

Again, it’s clear that at first Walt operated with the most selfless of intentions, driven to leave his family peace of mind in the face of mounting medical bills. If you don’t think about it too much, Walt’s a good father.

WEAKNESSES

“I did it for me. I liked it. I was good at it. And I was really — I was alive.”

That’s Walt, to Skyler, in the series finale. Regardless of what we thought of Walt in season one, it’s suggested his motives, in the beginning, were ulterior.

Remember The Bucket List, that movie where Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson live their lives to the fullest when confronted with terminal lung cancer? This is sorta like that, except instead of visiting the Taj Mahal and skydiving it’s becoming a treacherous drug lord.

Walt is a truly morally reprehensible guy. He wins us over through sympathy in the first season. We were sorta with when he choked out Krazy-8 and dissolved his body in a barrel of acid. We were sorta with him when he brought down Tuco. But dude…

He watched and did nothing as Jane, the love of Jesse’s life, choked to death in her sleep.

(Sony Pictures Television)

He convinced Jesse to murder the mild-mannered, relatively harmless Gale.

(Sony Pictures Television)

And need we remind you, in a later season, he straight-up poisons a child.

Walt was ostensibly the closest thing Jesse had to a father figure, and he was controlling, selfish, and manipulative the entire time. As Walt descended into unmitigated corruption, he never hesitated to throw Jesse under the bus. Once, while Jesse was literally under a car.

After Uncle Jack executes Hank in the desert, in what’s widely regarded as the series’ best scene, Walt spots Jesse hiding under a car and turns him over to Jack’s Aryan Nation buddies. But not before saying what’s quite possibly the shittiest thing anyone has ever said to another human:


Just a really bad man, man. Redemption was never an option.

Oh, and do we even need to bring up what a dick he was to his wife? People write Skyler White off as a nagging shrew for not being a sufficiently enthusiastic cheerleader while her megalomaniacal meth kingpin husband gives ricin to a six-year-old. Skyler wasn’t the bad guy, you were for thinking that.

Also, we’re gonna have to deduct points here for his poor execution of the classic dad move, Bringing Home A Pizza For Dinner.

VERDICT

Walter White is a despicable person. He lies habitually. He routinely puts his family in harm’s way. He’s the sole reason little Holly will never know her Uncle Hank. Also, did we mention the Jane dying thing? That. Walter White is Heisenberg, and Heisenberg is a monster, and no birthday bacon is gonna change that.

FINAL GRADE: F

Check out our previous edition where we graded John McClane from Die Hard.

Dad Builds DIY Cardboard Tetris Game For His Daughter

Dad Builds DIY Cardboard Tetris Game For His Daughter
(YouTube/Scooby Dooby Tube)

What’s your favorite way to play video games? Are you a PC gamer, or do you use a console like Xbox? If you’re anything like this dad from China’s Henan province, your favorite way to play classic games uses a different kind of box – cardboard, specifically. A video posted on Twitter in early July shows a dad playing a very unconventional game of Tetris, one where zero screens are involved. The board and game pieces are made entirely of cardboard, and the whole thing is hand-made by this talented dad. In the video, we see this smiling dad drop a game piece into a slot behind the game board. The piece then appears in a small opening at the bottom of the board, at which point the surprisingly focused little girl retrieves it and fits it in among the pieces she’s already placed.

This real-life Tetris game is slightly different from the original version, you know, aside from the fact that it’s 3D and extremely energy efficient. The lines on the board don’t disappear once completed, but instead, the goal of the game is to fill up the entire board without any spaces. As if this amazingly simple yet fascinating Tetris game isn’t enough, this creative dad has also built tons of other games for his daughter to play. He built a maze game, a marble obstacle course, a toy bank, and countless others.

In a YouTube video from the South China Morning Post that showcases many of this innovative DIY dad’s inventions, he explains that he did it in part so that kids would be less reliant on technology. The games are inexpensive to make but extremely time-consuming. Some of the more complex pieces can take half a month to complete. He explains that his crafty games have helped his daughter with concentration, and she has even started coming up with her own ideas for games the adorable pair could create.

“My goal is to turn this into a career, to improve it,” the gaming dad said in his Youtube video. “More parents, those who love DIY, or those who don’t have time to be with their kids can be influenced by the toys in some ways, to spend more time with their children.”

See more of this crafty dad’s inventions in the video below, and think about what potential games you may have laying around the house, just waiting to be built.

Batman Universe Expands Again, With New HBO Max Gotham City Police Series

Gotham Police car
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Wonder Woman 1984 is on the way, and after Aquaman’s success, there will definitely be a sequel to that too. But based on last year’s Joker and now all the news coming around about the many different Batman projects – including both Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck’s potential return as different versions of the Dark Knight, it seems almost like DC is pivoting away from any attempt to mimic Marvel’s extended cinematic universe and putting all their money on the caped crusader.

The latest project is no different.

Matt Reeves is currently helming the next Batman adventure to hit the big screen, titled The Batman and starring Robert Pattinson, but it was gonna be a while even before the pandemic delayed production. But HBO Max, fresh off announcing Zack Snyder’s Justice League, is staying in the Batman business with a new TV show from Reeves, and based in The Batman’s universe.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Reeves is developing a police drama centered around the Gotham City that will appear in The Batman. Terrence Winter, who wrote on The Sopranos and brought Steve Buscemi’s Boardwalk Empire to HBO, will write and produce the new series. So at the very least, the pedigree is strong, and it will be exciting to see superheroes get the prestige TV treatment, especially after the success of Damon Lindelof’s (decidedly different) Watchmen.

“This is an amazing opportunity, not only to expand the vision of the world I am creating in the film but to explore it in the kind of depth and detail that only a long-form format can afford,” said Reeves in a statement. “And getting to work with the incredibly talented Terence Winter, who has written so insightfully and powerfully about worlds of crime and corruption, is an absolute dream.”

The show will be “set in the world Reeves is creating for The Batman feature film and will build upon the motion picture’s examination of the anatomy of corruption in Gotham City, ultimately launching a new Batman universe across multiple platforms. The series provides an unprecedented opportunity to extend the world established in the movie and further explore the myriad of compelling and complex characters of Gotham.”

This has already been done, on Fox, but that was a standalone show centered around Commissioner Gordon’s early days policing the city, with some appearances from young Bruce Wayne and a variety of origin stories for some familiar villains. This new venture will be directly tied to the movie universe, much like Marvel’s forthcoming collection of shows for Disney+. No word yet on whether Pattinson, Reeves’ Batman, or Jeffrey Wright, who plays Gordon in the movie, will appear, but that may depend on the success of the project, which is yet to be seen.

But one thing’s for sure: people can’t get enough of Batman and his universe, so building content around the popular superhero and his associated lore isn’t a terrible idea.