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

This Toaster Plays the Imperial March From Star Wars and It Slaps

A Star Wars themed toaster that plays the Imperial March
(Nerdist)

Dads love Star Wars, dads love gadgets, and dads love breakfast. Now, all three come together in a glorious symphony of nerdy goodness.  Sometimes it’s good to just enjoy something with no true point, like playing the iconic “Imperial March” on a toaster.

The video is from the geniuses at Device Orchestra, and it started making the rounds this month after it was picked up by Nerdist. And it’s just fun. That’s all there is to it. A guy figures out a way to make his toaster play one of the great movie themes of all time.

There’s plenty we can debate here, such as whether this toaster has succumbed to the dark side, or whether it can still be redeemed. Maybe we can angle for a sequel, or start a fan campaign to get this toaster to do The Mandalorian music next.

The video does a great job explaining the science behind it, but basically, it’s the toaster’s coil that can be changed into the music maker and controlled by a microcontroller. The toast and toothbrush light sabers are added for effect, which is very appreciated considering how hard this version of Darth Vader’s entrance music really goes. The color guard never gets the same recognition as the marching band.

This is just the first step down your path to the dark side, too. You can do a deep dive into Device Orchestra and watch a bunch of other terrific videos. And then you can sneer at your own toaster for being such a dang underachiever.

Mom Creates Edible Crayons That Are Okay if Kids Shove in Their Mouths

Edible Crayon
(Kickstarter / mizuiro.inc,)

For as long as crayons have existed, kids have tried to eat them. If you’re not watching a toddler every single second of the day, they will get to get that crayon in their mouth. Finally, someone has had enough.

Naoko Kimura, a graphic designer in Japan, started a company to create an edible crayon and has a Kickstarter campaign to make the Oyasai crayons available all around the globe. Working from home, Kimura realized she needed a solution to the inevitable hurtle of kids chomping down on their favorite coloring utensils. She created a formula using vegetables and rice, and the colors are added using figments of fruits and vegetable powders and a small amount of added pigment. The colors are even named after foods, to help keep that connection to vegetables.

Of course, Crayola and all the other crayon companies will tell you they are non-toxic. And they are. But I was today years old when I learned there is a stark difference between “edible” and “non-toxic.” Non-toxic is what my kids call my cooking. Edible is what they call their mother’s cooking (toddlers are vicious).

I always assumed crayons were edible already, which may or may not be based on my own field-testing. But ‘non-toxic’ means it’s not going to be an ER trip if your kid nibbles on a violet crayon. Edible means it’s like, actual food. (I mean, these are still meant to be crayons, not colorful snacks).

The crayons may be safe to eat, but that doesn’t mean we ought to give little ones the all-clear either. The rest of their toys are still very much not food, so we don’t want them to get too many ideas. However, you could give these to a toddler for an unsupervised minute, and the only thing you’d have to worry about are your walls.

The Rock on the Handshake, and the Second Chance, That Changed His Life

A scene from The Rock's new show where young Dwayne Johnson shakes his coaches hand.
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“We can all look back at defining moments and people that changed the direction of our lives,” The Rock wrote on Instagram. And he’s right. For all of us, there’s a moment (or two…or three) that changed the course of our lives and who we would become. Even superstar The Rock had a moment that changed his entire life, and he shared the story on Instagram after it was featured in a recent episode of “The Young Rock.”

Dwayne Johnson was 15 years old when he moved to Bethlehem PA and attended a new high school. He was not… an ideal student, to say the least. Within a month he had been arrested as well as suspended for fighting. He also had an incident with a coach in the teachers’ lounge, which almost came to blows. That’s not exactly the profile of someone on the path to becoming a professional athlete and the biggest movie star in the world.

“I acted like a real asshole to him, so the next day I found him so I could apologize eye to eye and face to face,” The Rock wrote of the handshake that changed his life. “When he wouldn’t let my hand go, I thought he was gonna deck the shit outta me, but instead he said something to me that would change the course of life.”

In the clip, the coach explains that everyone deserves a second chance. He also takes the opportunity to talk to him about playing football. That set him on a course to collegiate football, and eventually the WWE (and beyond).

The Rock said he’s always going to be grateful to that coach, who has since passed away. “Thank you coach,” he wrote, “for seeing the potential in that punk kid. You shaking my hand and NOT letting it go, changed my life.”

“Cheers to second chances and moments that change your life,” he wrote.

 

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This is important, for multiple reasons. First, because it’s a chance to think back on our own lives, and have gratitude for the people and events that shaped us. But second: now, as we get older, we have the chance to be on the other side of that handshake.

 

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As the coaches, teachers and authority figures dealing with kids who can sometimes -in Johnson’s words- be “assholes”, we need to remember how much impact forgiveness and second chances can have on a kid. It’s a good reminder for when you see someone struggling, hold on to that handshake a few seconds longer, and let them know someone cares about them.

Young Fan at First MLB Game Snags Foul Ball Away From Pro and Earns His Respect

Boy Snags Calhoun's Fly Ball
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Catching a foul ball is the pinnacle sports fan moment. Grabbing a puck at a hockey game is up there, but the foul ball catch is a quintessential fan highlight. Sometimes, they can be dramatic, like the fan who sacrificed his beer to protect his female companion. And sometimes, they can be straight cool, like the young fan attending his first-ever baseball game recently who managed to compete with an MLBer for a foul ball…and won.

Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Kole Calhoun was tracking a foul ball to the stands, where he was poised to bring it in for an out. Instead, a young fan was there instead, making an incredible catch. Once Calhoun realized what happened, and that he wouldn’t get the out, he couldn’t even be mad because the catch was that incredible. Instead, he smiled and fist-bumped the fan.

Calhoun still remembers when he caught a foul ball as a kid and said it was cool that the fan made such a great grab and that he’ll remember it forever.

“That’s why we play the game,” he said. “That kid is never going to forget that. What a moment for him.”

Calhoun said it was a heck of a play for the kid to make. He even went back to the kid later in the game to tell him he was probably going to be on the Sportscenter Top 10 for his catch.

“He looked at me right in the face and said “I’m already blowing up on Tik Tok.’”

The kid, Cord McLerran, was attending his first game ever with his mom. He was blown away by the attention he got for the grab. Even the Braves were appreciative since he saved them from a clear out. The team offered him and his mom free tickets to an upcoming game.

As awesome as the catch was, Calhoun’s response really is what it’s all about. It would be easy for a professional baseball player to get mad at something like that since it interfered with his play. But he remembered, rightly, that sports are supposed to be fun, and are supposed to be for kids. He gets it, and not only did McLerran get an incredible baseball memory, but Calhoun also got a new fan.

When Life Gives You Lemons, You Pull Off The Lemon Battery Experiment

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Looking for a completely useless but weird and fun experiment to do with your little rascals? You should try the lemon battery! The concept is simple: You cram some nails and pennies into opposite ends of a lemon, use copper wire to connect each end to a tiny LED light, and, with enough nails and pennies, you’ll be able to power the light. Ka-blam! You made a lemon battery! You’ve probably seen this experiment done with potatoes. That totally works, too. But, let’s face it: Lemons are colorful and, therefore, more fun.

The lemon battery experiment is based on one done 200 years ago by famed Italian physicist and chemist (and a “pioneer of electricity”), Alessandro Volta. When he created the first electrical battery, he used a very similar method. The difference? He used brine (or saltwater) instead of lemons. But, the science is basically the same in both instances, the acid or brine is what is needed for the “electrolyte.” Also, does Volta’s last name sound familiar? You probably already guessed it, the electric potential volt is named after him.

Here’s how to get started and what you’ll need.

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How does the lemon battery experiment work?

If you’re going to do this experiment, you need to understand the actual science behind it, right? The “battery” works because of an electrochemical reaction. When you use galvanized nails, they serve as an electron-producing negative electrode. On the opposite side of things, the copper pennies (and copper wire) serve as the positive electrode. Think of it just like the opposite ends of any battery. If you put the nails and pennies so they touched, they’d cancel each other out and nothing would happen. But, when stuck in a lemon, the meat and juice of the fruit act as a conduit or conductive solution. The lemon enables you to connect the positive and negative ends to the light’s small wires and channel those electrodes into it… thus powering the light.

What You Need

  • Copper wire
  • Galvanized nails
  • Pennies
  • Lemon(s)
  • LED bulb

How to Make the Lemon Battery

  • Push your nails into one end of a lemon. The nails should touch each other.
  • Create a small incision on the other end of the lemon and insert your pennies
  • Cut two lengths of copper wire.
  • Wrap one piece of wire around a nailhead. Take the other, coil the end of it and wedge it between your stack of pennies in the lemon.
  • Connect the ends of your two copper wires to the ends of the wires on your LED light.

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Lemon Battery Tips for Success

  • Roll your lemon on the table, under your palm for a few seconds, first. This helps loosen up the juices.
  • Make sure your pennies and nails are on opposite ends of the lemon and definitely not touching.
  • Not getting enough power? While some versions of this experiment call for more lemons, you really just need more pennies and nails. Of course, if you start to run out of the surface area on your fruit, a second and third lemon connected in a chain can also solve your problem.

The Lemon Battery on Steroids

We know you and your kids love those crazy influencer experiment videos. We do, too! Of all the lemon battery videos out there, this one is actually the coolest thing ever. Be warned, though: Your kids are also going to end up asking if they can bounce a bunch of lemons on their trampoline. And, honestly, why not?

Other Fruits Battery Experiments

“Okay, but my wife is more of a tequila girl. We only have limes and you couldn’t pay me to go to the grocery store.”

The acid is what is needed here, not specifically the lemon. Any citrus fruit will work. Do you have limes? Use limes. Sitting under a tree of Indian River Ruby Red Grapefruits? Wear a helmet, bro. And use some grapefruits. Which is best? It’s safe to say that lemons are probably the best: That’s why it’s called the lemon battery experiment instead of the key lime battery experiment. However, it doesn’t seem as if there are any real, solid tests to see which of the citrus fruits work best. Maybe that’s an experiment for another day?

The 10 Best BBQ Subscription Boxes That Send Me Stuff Every Month? Shut Up And Take My Money!

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Ahhh, barbecue. The very word starts the mouth-watering. If you know a big BBQ fan, one of the best gifts you can give them is a BBQ subscription box — whether it’s for Father’s Day, the holidays, a birthday, or…just because. When you’re using your own blends of spices, sauces, and salts to create your own masterpiece on the grill or in a smoker, the fantastic taste of BBQ meats is tough to beat. The only downside to creating your own BBQ? The time it takes. Sure, this leaves more time for bad barbecue dad jokes, but, over the long barbecuing sessions, the family’s eye rolls and groans aren’t as enjoyable after the 45th dad grilling pun as they were after the 33rd pun.

We have a solution. Subscribe to one of the best BBQ subscription boxes to have the sauces, rubs, and seasonings sent to you, delivering impressive flavor with far less prep time on your part. Some of these boxes even send you BBQ meals each month. #Heaven

Here are the best of the best when it comes to barbecue subscription boxes (we judged based on quality, taste, and reviews.)

Best Barbecue Subscription Boxes

Best BBQ Subscription Box; Grill Masters Club

Grill Masters Club Subscription Box

The Grill Master Club box includes four or five products related to barbecuing that arrive every month, including rubs, sauces, and marinades. You’ll even receive some recipes for creating mouth-watering barbecue. Additionally, you’ll gain access to the Grill Masters Club community of grillers, allowing you to share favorite sauces and rubs, while also discussing BBQ-ing techniques.

Now, we wouldn’t expect the community members to share all of their tips and techniques. Barbecue aficionados tend to guard their secrets. But they’ll probably share just enough to help. Maybe you’ll even be able to use their tips and the sauces in this box to develop some secrets of your own.

Buy for $30 on Grill Masters Club

Best BBQ Subscription Boxes; Boost Your BBQ

Boost Your BBQ Subscription Box

With the Boost Your BBQ monthly box, you’ll receive competition-level rubs and sauces that will give your barbecue results an impressive flavor that’s sure to impress.

Yeah, we know. Your barbecue doesn’t need any help. You’re already a grill-master. But think of these sauces and rubs like a changeup. Sure, you might have a great fastball with your current barbecue techniques. But no one advances to the big leagues without tossing in a changeup occasionally.

Buy for $33 on Amazon

Best BBQ Subscription Boxes; BBQ Box

BBQ Box Subscription Box

When it comes to the best barbecue, having the best sauces and rubs to pair with the best meats provides the highest level of success. With the BBQ Box, you’ll receive one type of dry rub and one sauce, along with a recipe card, so you can make the most of the products.

With some kits, you’ll receive a sample of wood chips, so you can try a different style of wood-fired grilling and smoky flavoring. The box will open up some new avenues for your grilling options. If you’re like most of us dads, and you’ve settled into a BBQ grilling routine, your family may wonder what has gotten into you with these new flavors. Just remember: It’s always good to keep them guessing.

Buy for $24 on Amazon

Best BBQ Subscription Boxes; Wing Sauce box

June Moon Spice Seasoning Subscription Box

If your barbecuing prowess tends more toward grilling chicken than beef and pork, this subscription box will give you great sauces and seasonings that are perfect for chicken, including wings on the grill, giving your BBQ some fun new flavors.

You’ll receive three different flavors each month, meaning your barbecue results will never be the same from one session to the next. You know that “Greatest Grilling Dad” coffee mug the kids gave you last Father’s Day? You’ll be earning it with these awesome new flavors.

Buy for $18 on Amazon

Armadillo Pepper BBQ Sauce and Dry Rub of the Month Club

We all have that neighbor who wants to try to one-up us at every turn. When we buy a new car, you can bet the neighbor will have a slightly newer car a few months later. When we tell a story about how we saw the mayor at the grocery store, buying embarrassing products that are better purchased using the anonymity of the Internet, he’ll surely have seen the governor at the gas station buying something even worse.

So let’s see that guy outdo us with specialty BBQ sauces and dry rubs. With the flavors that we receive in this Armadillo Pepper subscription box, he’ll have no chance.

This box only contains small-batch, boutique items each month, so the neighbor will be out of luck trying to find something locally to one-up you this time. (And if you use the word “boutique” to describe your new barbecue flavors, you can bet that his pea brain will need to Google that word on his iPhone … that’s one model newer than yours, of course.)

Buy for $29 on Armadillo Pepper

Best BBQ Subscription Boxes; Gourmet Food Clubs box

Gourmet Food Clubs Rub of the Month Club

Some people like the messiness of eating barbecue, which makes grilling with sauces their preferred method of grilling. For a bit less mess, though, a barbecue rub provides a burst of flavor with dry spices, seasonings, and salts. With this box, each month you’ll receive a new bottle of rub to give your grilling the perfect flavor. Rubs work on almost any kind of meat, including chicken, pork, and beef.

Don’t worry. Even with how great these rubs taste, you’ll still be able to take all of the credit for the excellent barbecue.

Buy for $40 on Gourmet Food Clubs

Best BBQ Subscription Box; Sauce Boss box

Condiment King by Sauce Boss Subscription Box

When it comes to barbecuing for kids, if you try to use any kind of sauce other than ketchup (yes, kids consider ketchup a sauce), you’re likely to receive quite a bit of pushback.

Hopefully, this Condiment King by Sauce Boss subscription box can fix that problem. It includes gourmet condiment sauces, including BBQ sauces, hot sauces, and aioli. If those sauces are too bold for the children, it will include some kid-friendly sauces too, such as gourmet ketchups. (Yes, there is such a thing.)

You can choose to have certain types of sauces included, so you always have the right mix. There’s even a specialty ranch sauce available. (It’s true. We never joke about ranch sauce.)

Buy for $32 on Crate Joy

Best BBQ Subscription Boxes; Gold Belly box

Gold Belly Monthly BBQ Subscription Box

As a grilling dad, we all know the satisfaction and importance of creating our own grilling recipes. There simply are times when we need to stand in front of the grill, have a cold one, and create a tasty barbecue meal.

Other times, though, it’s okay if someone else makes the great BBQ meal for us. (Trust us: The beer tastes just as good when someone else has done the barbecuing for you.) With this subscription, you’ll receive different barbecued meals from all over the country, including ribs, tips, and pulled pork. (The food is packaged safely, but you will need to track its shipping route and store it properly soon after its arrival.)

We understand that you’re a great BBQ-er, but having great-tasting BBQ sent to you from coast to coast each month is tough to beat. (If you want to try to take credit, you can toss the ribs on your own grill for a quick heat-up and pretend you made them yourself. Maybe your family will even humor you for a change and buy your story.)

Buy for $90 on Gold Belly

Best BBQ Subscription Boxes; Southside Market box

Southside Market Sausage of the Month Club

If your favorite type of barbecue tilts more toward smoked sausages, the Southside Market has you covered. With this subscription, you’ll receive a collection of sausages each month that deliver impressive flavor. Each monthly subscription arrives with a recipe card too, so you can create meals with these sausages.

This is authentic Texas BBQ that you’ll love to try each month. And if the kids take one look at the sausages, say yuck, and demand hot dogs, all the better. More for you.

Buy for $50 on Southside Market

Best BBQ Subscription Boxes; Pig of the Month Club

Pig of the Month BBQ Subscription Box

For those dads who love the sides that go with a great barbecue dinner almost as much as the BBQ meats, this subscription box gives you the best of both. You’ll receive a new collection of food each month, including the possibility of ribs, pulled pork, pulled chicken, sausage, baked beans, and desserts.

There’s even a couple of months where a Bloody Mary mix is part of the box. (Yeah. That seals it for us too. We’re ordering it right now as we type this.)

Buy for $71 on Crate Joy

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10 Best Grill Lights: Give Your Superstar Grilling the Spotlight It Deserves

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Before you ask, yes you need grill lights. When you have the urge to grill, as a serious dad/grill-master, you know that it doesn’t really matter what time of the day or season of the year it is. Grilling time waits for no man. As long as the sun is visible, you’ll have plenty of light for a successful grilling session. But sometimes, the sun refuses to operate on your grilling schedule. #Rude

And you can’t always count on a bright moon giving you the light you need for grilling after dark. It’s quite the conundrum for those of us who are willing to fire up the grill 24/7. Whether you’re Jones-ing for a burger and some delicious sides at 11 p.m. or you want to grill a breakfast steak at 5 a.m., you don’t need the sun, the moon, or your car’s headlights when you have one of the best grill lights on hand.

LED grill lights provide just the right amount of light, so you can keep up your perfect grilling record, even after sundown or before sunrise. The saying on your dad grilling apron promises top-notch grilling results after all, and you don’t want to make it a liar.

We’re sure that the best grill lights on our list will let you grill at any time you want. Whether you want to follow grilling tradition and crack open a beer for your pre-dawn breakfast steak-grilling session is up to you. No judgment here. (If it’s a weekday, though, we guarantee that your boss will judge. Fair warning.)

Best BBQ Grill Lights

Best Grill Lights - Weber handle light

Weber Grill ‘N Go Handle LED Grill Light

For a hands-free light that you can mount to the grill, this Weber clip-on light is a great choice.

It connects to the handle of the grill, so when you lift the lid, it will point down onto the grill grates, adding the light where it’s required while leaving your hands free to move the food. It uses an LED light that runs from batteries. It’s motion-sensitive, which conserves battery power.

If you want to hold onto it to provide precise light in any particular location, this LED grill light will pop loose from the grill quickly. Best of all, it has a teeny-tiny grill printed on the top side of the light. If that doesn’t guarantee a BBQ grill light that you can trust, we’re not sure what would.

Buy for $30 on Amazon

Best Grill Lights - Zeust grill light

Zeust Sirius 2.0 BBQ Grill Light

The Zeust Sirius 2.0 grill light is the perfect option for those who are serious (see what we did there? — Dad joke!) about grilling.

It has a high-quality light, made from materials that Zeust guarantees will be melt-proof. (You might not think being melt-proof is all that important until you buy a sh*tty BBQ grill light that melts all over your burgers.) #Level10Disaster

This model has an IP55 weatherproof rating, so you can leave it attached to the grill all year round. This is version 2.0 of the Zeust light, which we can only assume means it’s twice as good as version 1.0. (Sure, you could wait for version 3.0, but you shouldn’t be greedy. Version 2.0 will do the trick for most people.)

Buy for $30 on Amazon

Best Grill Lights; Char-Broil Grill Handle Light

Char-Broil Handle LED Grill Light

Grilling in the dark has its advantages. The kids will be in bed — hopefully — and won’t be demanding to help, which primarily involves bugging the crap out of you. The neighbor won’t be sneaking over, acting as if he hasn’t eaten in a week, trying to guilt you into giving him a burger without just coming out and asking for one.

You can just enjoy your grilling time. This Char-Broil light clamps onto the handle of the grill for convenience. The LED bulbs are bright and will last a long time, which is important, because after you’ve experienced the peace and serenity of grilling at night once, you may wonder why you’ve ever grilled in the daylight.

Buy for $19 on Amazon

Best Grill Lights - Broil King grill light

Broil King Handle-Mount LED Grill Light

If you want a quick-mount/quick-unmount BBQ grill light — leaving more time for grilling — the Broil King grill light has an adjustable strap that has enough flex to it to simplify the mounting process.

The Broil King light has a rectangular shape, which spreads the light across a large section of the grilling surface. You’ll be able to see the grilled meat and the vegetables at the same time. (Whether that’s an advantage is up to you.)

Buy for $17 on Amazon

Best Grill Lights - Big Green Egg Night Light

StarBright Grill Light for Big Green Egg Grill

The Big Green Egg grill is a popular choice for those who like to grill at a precise temperature in a unique grill design.

The egg shape of this ceramic grill requires a special type of LED grill light to fit the unit properly. This model clips onto the grill’s handle, using its round shape to aim the light downward. It has a power button on the front for convenience. It’s rechargeable through a USB cable, which is a significant advantage over the long run versus throw-away alkaline batteries.

The round grill and round light match up so well that it makes it look like you know what you’re doing. For most of us dads, this is a significant cause for celebration.

Buy for $25 on Amazon

Best Grill Lights - Weyape Grill Light

Weyape Grill Light for BBQ

For those with huge grills, finding enough light to illuminate the entire grate area can be a challenge. This Weyape light can rotate up and down 180 degrees and left or right 90 degrees after mounting to the handle, so you can see whichever part of the grilling surface needs your attention.

This is a tough LED grill light, made to resist heat and weather. In fact, Weyape says this light is the perfect choice for grilling in the rain at night. (We’re not sure why we haven’t tried this yet, but it’s now on our bucket list.)

Buy for $21 on Amazon

Best Grill Lights - LED Concepts Grill Light

LED Concepts Gooseneck BBQ Grill Light

As you can see, a popular design among the best grill lights involves clamping a light to the handle of the grill, almost like a porch light for the grill, hovering over the cooking surface. However, when you have a grill with a lid that doesn’t accommodate this type of light, you’ll need a different type of design.

This gooseneck grill light can clamp to a few different sections on the main part of most grills, and you then can use the adjustable gooseneck to aim the light properly. The base of the light has magnetic properties, which help to hold it in place securely.

With a 22-inch neck on the light, it’s easy to adjust the lighting’s direction to wherever you need it. This is an insanely important feature. For example, if you aim the light through the window just right and use the on/off switch, you may be able to use Morse code to signal to your wife inside the house that you need another beer. (We’re guessing she’ll ignore you, but being an optimist is what makes the world go around, so give it a shot anyway.)

Buy for $19 on Amazon

Best Grill Lights - Cuisinart Grill Light

Cuisinart Grilluminate Torch Light

Sometimes, you simply need the maximum light for grilling. Simple, small lights just won’t do the trick. When you need precise grilling results, such as perfectly hitting medium-rare in a ribeye, a tiny, weak light isn’t going to cut it. m Instead, a BBQ grill light that calls itself the “Grilluminate” is the answer.

This Cuisinart light has two separate LED light bars, each of which is ready for individual positioning adjustment. Each bar has a high and low setting as well, so you can turn up the light whenever needed.

Each light bar requires three AAA batteries, so the operational costs for this light can add up pretty quickly if you use it a lot. But when it comes to shining the most light on your night grilling process, this double-barreled LED grill light is up to the task.

Buy for $20 on Amazon

Best Grill Lights - Kosin grill light

Kosin Barbecue Grill Lights With Magnetic Base

If your grill simply cannot accommodate a clamp-on LED grill light, this set of two magnetic base lights will attach anywhere on the grill you need light. The adjustable 4.5-inch neck on the light gives you the ability to aim the light as desired too.

Although these lights have water and weather resistance, you don’t have to leave them attached to the grill all of the time, as they pop loose quickly, thanks to the magnetic design. They’ll work for a reading light, for camping, or for bringing extra light to detailed tasks anywhere in the home.

They work so easily and efficiently that you may have to hide them from the rest of the family, or when it’s time to do your night grilling, they will probably have conveniently disappeared into your child’s bedroom, where electronics go into the Twilight Zone, never to be seen again.

Buy for $14 on Amazon

Best Grill Lights; Energizer head lamp

Energizer Rechargeable LED Headlamp

If you’re trying to grill over a large area, having an LED grill light that mounts to the grill may not work very well. Instead, you may need the light to follow you as you walk from the prep area to the grill to the keg to the grill over and over (with maybe an extra stop or two at the keg).

This headlamp might not be your first choice as a BBQ grill light, but it’ll do the job nicely. It also works for those who hike, jog, or camp, giving it plenty of versatility.

It has a rechargeable battery, powered through an included USB cable, which makes it convenient to use without the expense of throw-away batteries. If you’re worried about looking silly while wearing a headlamp, you shouldn’t. What could be more “dad” than wearing a headlamp while grilling at night?

Buy for $25 on Amazon

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Paws Whatever You’re Doing, The Golden Retriever Experience Is Open Fur Business

Soak up some puppy love at the Golden Retriever Experience
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Adopting a dog is an enormous responsibility, one that unfortunately isn’t feasible for everyone. During the beginning of quarantine, people flocked to adopt animals before realizing their pre-COVID lifestyle wasn’t necessarily compatible with pets. As a result, shelters were flooded with animals once people returned to work – a sad situation to be sure, and one that the Golden Retriever Experience (GRE) is trying to mitigate.

Located in the English West Somerset district lies every dog lover’s dream – a haven filled with a pack of trained golden retrievers who eagerly await their many visitors. Nicolas Grant-St James and his daughter Lauren would do anything for their dogs, but after realizing not everyone had the opportunity to own dogs themselves, they set out on a journey to fill that void.

Nicolas is known as the UK’s dog whisperer, and his passion for understanding and training dogs was fundamental to the GRE’s early days. Initially, the duo formed a training program to help others understand dog psychology as well as train their canine companions. Their own pack of Golden Retrievers helped clients work through the training process, and understandably, the pups quickly stole the show.

With encouragement from friends and clients alike, the father-daughter duo opened their very own “Disneyland for Dogs” in 2017, a place where everyone is welcome to soak up all the puppy love they could possibly want.

“The GRE has been built on the life-long love and dedication we’ve felt, and continue to feel, for the countless Golden Retrievers that have graced our lives,” the GRE’s website explains. “It is this love that we want to share with the world, especially those who aren’t fortunate enough to own a dog themselves, by inviting people to join our incredible pack of goldies for some much-needed doggy cuddles.”

The fluffy getaway even welcomes dog-friendly pups to visit with their owners, making the whole experience a family affair. Accommodations for guests with disabilities are also available, ensuring the park is open to any and all dog lovers. If you find yourself desperately missing some canine companionship, there may be no better place than this slobbery safe haven.

Father Figures: Just Us Guys

“Ever since I can remember, my dad has always given me everything I’ve ever wanted.

That may sound like I’m gloating but I’m really not. I think it shows the never ending love he has for his son.

My mother passed when I was 9 years old, after that it was just him and I for a while. Just us guys.

I’ll never forget eating Papa John’s pizza every Monday night watching WWE RAW. I am still a big fan to this day and he is a big reason for that.

I love you, Dad.”

– Chase Brooks

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