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Here are some of the highlights Disney+ subscribers in Singapore can look forward to

By Kenneth Ang & Aaron Yip - on 27 Feb 2021, 10:11am

Here are some of the highlights Disney+ subscribers in Singapore can look forward to

Note: This article was first published on 2nd February 2021 and is now republished as the service is now available.

As we edge closer to the official Singapore release of Disney+ on Feb 23, it's only normal to want to look through the "menu" and see if there's anything special to order. Fortunately, we can. Earlier this afternoon, the folks at Disney let us in on some of the exclusive material that will be included in the service's impressive repertoire, which includes everything from iconic Disney productions to other entertainment offerings from Marvel, National Geographic and more. 

Starting off with Marvel, their list of Disney+ offerings is aimed at expanding the scope of the MCU in a variety of directions. The list currently includes the much-hyped WandaVision, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, and of course Loki, which will see Tom Hiddleston reprising his role as Thor's mischievous sibling. In addition, there will also be content such as Ms. Marvel and Hawkeye, both of which introduce their titular superheroes and their adventures. For more details of these upcoming titles, we've covered them here.

Next up in line is Star, the brand-new content brand making its debut on Disney+. Their selection of content will primarily feature "renowned general entertainment series" and all sorts of documentaries, such as the award-winning Grey's Anatomy series, How I Met Your Mother, and originals like Big Sky and Helstrom

The third and biggest guest to join the party is of course, Disney themselves, and they've also brought Pixar in under the same umbrella. Attendees were treated to several sneak peeks of upcoming shows, such as Pixar Popcorn, a series of animated shorts featuring beloved Pixar characters, and Raya and the Last Dragon, an upcoming film from Disney Animation which will premiere simultaneously in theatres and for Premier Access subscribers.

Speaking of Pixar, there will also be lots for the kids to enjoy here. If you remember the lovable dog Dug from the film Up, you'll be happy to know that the hyperactive Golden Retriever is getting his own series called Dug Days. Apparently, there is also a brand-new long-form animated series called Win or Lose in the works, although that's all we know about it at this point in time. 

Finally, cue the lightsabers and the Stormtrooper helmets, because it's time to travel to a galaxy far, far away with Disney+'s Star Wars offerings. Of course, we (like most other people) are awfully excited for more episodes of The Mandalorian, but there will be other content to devour our weekends as well, such as Rangers of the New Republic, Ahsoka, Obi-Wan Kenobi and The Bad Batch, which introduces the adventures (or misadventures, rather) of the experimental clones from The Clone Wars. Not too familiar with these upcoming titles yet? We've got you covered here.

So, if it wasn't already obvious, there's going to be a lot of shows to add to your watch lists in March, and we've only managed to talk about a mere fraction of them. As such, make sure to stock up on the popcorn and soda, and for those who haven't, make sure to snag a Disney+ subscription, which will cost S$11.98 a month or S$119.98 if you sign up for a whole year right off the bat.

Read Next:-
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2) All the supported devices and software to access Disney+
3) All the new upcoming Marvel and Star Wars shows coming to Disney+

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