There are hundreds of TV series and movies to watch instantly on the Disney Plus TV streaming service. To make things that little bit easier we have selected some of the best Disney Plus movies and TV show titles available on the platform now, giving you an easy, digestible selection of content to choose from.
Best Shows on Disney Plus
Disney Plus Australia is home to hundreds of movies and TV series, including the latest blockbusters and independent releases, with new titles added to the library every week! It’s the best place to watch everything from The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and Deadpool to Monsters at Work and Family Guy. Sign up today and start watching Disney Plus movies and other top titles for this month!
The Best of Disney Plus
Taking place after the events of Avengers: Endgame, Clint Barton / Hawkeye must work with a young archer, Kate Bishop, to take on enemies from his past. Hawkeye is the fifth TV series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Dopesick centres on America’s struggle with Opioid addiction and how one company instigated one of the worst drug epidemics in US history.
Set after the events of Captain America: Civil War, Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow is on the run after a conspiracy involving her past emerges and hunts her down. She must then face her old life as a spy and deal with the relationships she had damaged along the way before she became an Avenger.
Among the Stars
Among the Stars is Disney’s 6-part docuseries that centres on NASA, specifically its preparation for a space flight. Here, you’ll get to meet a team of astronauts, engineers, and NASA flight controllers and specialists, giving you a closer look of the work that they do out there – among the stars.
Isle of Dogs
After an outbreak of canine flu, the major of Megasaki has all the dogs quarantined on an island to avoid the risk of spreading it to humans. A young boy, however, goes to the island determined to be reunited with his dog and helping with his search is a pack of dogs led by Chief.
Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles
Billie Eilish makes her cinematic concert debut with Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles. The film features a performance of every song from her second studio album, Happier Than Ever.
Only Murders in the Building
Three strangers living in the same building who have nothing in common suddenly find themselves having one – true crime. Coincidentally, this is when they get entangled in a murder. Now they must use their true crime knowledge and sharp instincts to investigate and find out the truth.
Cruella follows aspiring fashion designer Estella Miller and explores her early life and the path leading her to become the notorious and ruthless Cruella de Vil. It is a prequel and reboot of the 101 Dalmatians franchise.
Monsters at Work
A spin-off of the Monsters, Inc. franchise, Monsters at Work is set after the events of the original film. It follows Tylor Tuskmon, a recent Monsters University graduate who dreams of working alongside legends Mike Wazowski and James P. “Sulley” Sullivan.
Turner and Hooch
Turner & Hooch follows U.S. Marshal Scott Turner who, after, his father’s death, inherited his dog, Hooch. Unruly and out of control, his personal and professional life is turned upside down. But Hooch may just be the perfect partner he needs to catch the bad guys. He just doesn’t know it yet. Turner & Hooch is also the continuation of the 1989 film of the same name that starred Tom Hanks.
The god of mischief is heading back to our screens. Having taken the Tesseract at the end of Avengers: Endgame, Loki now has to face the Time Variance Authority. The organisation gives him a simple choice: Either prevent the next big threat or be erased. Loki must now play the hero, something he has never really done!
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
There’s a new Captain America. And no, it is not Sam Wilson. When The Falcon hands over the Captain’s Shield, the government appoints a new hero who the people can follow. Bucky is angry with Sam for what he did, but the two must put their differences aside to battle new, emerging threats and villains. Even Captain America himself.
Post the events of Avengers:Endgame, Wanda and Vision find themselves living the ideal suburban life. The man works, the woman cooks, and they live happily ever after. Or do they? WandaVision presents the next chapter in the MCU universe, blending old school sitcom with new age superheroes.
Deadpool 1 & 2
The fast-talking, faster shooting, spandex-modelling superhero is back to impress us. Well, not really. Dripping with sarcasm, innuendo, and guns blazing action, Deadpool reminds of all that is good about the MCU. Well, not really. Take a trip on the wild side of superhero with the original and the sequel.
They may not be everyone’s favourite family, but the Griffins surely know how to put on a show. Filled with satire and comedy, the animated series has developed a legion of fans over the years. You can now catch up on the entire series and get your fill of the murder-plotting baby genius, Stevie.
Guardians of the Galaxy
What do you get when you bring together one human, one raccoon, a tree that talks and fights, a beautiful alien assassin, and a buff alien warrior? Guardians Of The Galaxy. The team of vigilantes and part time criminals must work together to stop an evil villain hell bent on the apocalypse. But first, they must get along with each other.
Star Wars Franchise
May the force be with you… The words that changed history and moviegoers forever. The epic space opera brought the unforgettable characters of Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo into our lives. And Darth Vader. His mere breath would terrify his allies and enemies alike. This is one saga that is absolute binge worthy.
Little Miss Sunshine
When 7-year old Olive becomes a finalist at a child beauty pageant through default, her family must pull together for a road trip. This is a family with an overworked mother, an unsuccessful alpha father, a colour blind teenager, a drug tasting grandpa, and a suicidal brother-in-law. Will Olive make it to the finals?
OJ Made in America
One of America’s biggest sporting icons is involved with one of the most scandalous murders in recent memory. Did OJ kill his wife and suspected lover? The docu series presents an eye-opening view to the background of the case. American society’s perennial problem with racism and how it treats so-called heroes come in sharp focus.
28 Days Later
A bicycle courier wakes up from a coma. He is surprised by the empty hospital. No patients, no staff, no doctors. He steps out on the streets of London only to realise the apocalyptic havoc wreaked by a virus. Along with a group of survivors, he must survive those who are infected with the rage-inducing illness.
The Grand Budapest Hotel
The ageing owner of an ageing luxury hotel encounters a writer who is a guest. The Grand Budapest may have lost some of its grandeur, but its story is rich and fertile with canny characters and warm humanity. The owner himself started off as a bellboy, before rising up the ranks in dramatic fashion. A quirky and affecting narrative.
Is there a Disney Plus free trial?
Disney+ gives exclusive access to all content from Disney, Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel, National Geographic and Star. These shows and movies barely scrape the surface of the amount of content available to stream on Disney+. There are many more terrific shows, films, and other content that didn’t make this list that are waiting on the platform to be discovered, with the list set to grow by the week!
Disney had previously put a free trial offer in market however currently there isn’t an offer. However, keep checking our offer page for the latest information on when Disney Plus free trial becomes available.
Last audited 20th of September 2021
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Disney Plus Device List
The following is a list of compatible mobile and internet connected devices for which you can stream Disney Plus whether at home or on the go, with new apps and devices being added as they become available.
Devices supported on Disney+
– Amazon Fire TV: Yes – All Fire TV devices & Fire TV Edition Smart TVs
– Amazon Fire Tablet: Yes – Fire OS 5.0 or later
– Apple TV: Yes – tvOS 11.0 and later; 4th-generation Apple TV
– Apple Airplay: Yes – Apple TV 3rd & 4th generation; TVs compatible with Airplay 2
– Chromecast: Yes – Version 1 and newer; Google Nest Hub and Google Nest Hub Max; Vizio Smart TVs (with built-in Chromecast); Android TV devices
– Chromebook: Yes – via Disney+ Android app
– Roku: Yes – Roku boxes and sticks and TVs
– Android TV: Yes – Android TV-enabled Smart TVs (Android OS version 5.0 (Lollipop) or later): Sony Bravia, Sharp AQUOS, & Android TV set-top boxes: NVIDIA SHIELD TV, Mi Box
– LG Smart TV: Yes – LG models running webOS 3.0 and above
– Samsung Smart TV: Yes – 2016 models and newer (Tizen OS)
– Vizio SmartCast TVs: Yes – Select 2016 models and newer
– PC/Mac: Yes – Web browser only (Chrome 75+ on Windows 7 & macOS 10.10 or later, Firefox 68+ on Windows 7 & macOS 10.9 or later, Edge on Windows 10 or later, Safari 11+ on macOS 10.12 or later, Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 8.1 or later, Chrome OS 79 or later)
– Android phones/tablets: Yes – Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or later
– iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad: Yes – iOS/iPadOS 12.0 or later
– PlayStation: Yes – PlayStation 4, PlayStation Pro, PlayStation Slim, PlayStation 5
– Xbox: Yes – Xbox One, Xbox One S, Xbox One X, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X
– Xfinity Flex and X1 TV Box: Yes; select Xfinity X1 models
– Telstra TV: Yes
– Fetch TV: No