Hey Disney, Put These Shows and Movies on Disney+
Updated: May 2
Come on: Give the people what they want!
In the times of binge watching, it can seem like you have an infinite amount of content to watch. But there are some things you want to watch but can’t because it’s not on streaming services. So here’s our wish list of the top things we need added to Disney+ ASAP.
The House of Mouse (2001-2002)
This is the metaverse as it should be. All your favorite Disney characters coming together for dinner at a club that Mickey and his friends work at to watch clips of each other in other Disney cartoons? Absolute perfection. Put it in the Louvre. And the spinoffs were just as good. Like Mickey’s Magical Christmas: Snowed In at the House of Mouse and House of Villains also deserve a spot.
Twilight Zone Tower of Terror (1997)
No, this movie starring a young Kirsten Dunst was not a fever dream. Contrary to popular opinion, I like ride-based movies (i.e. Haunted Mansion and Jungle Cruise), and the plot twist on this one still gets me. So, please don’t subject me to watching a grainy version on YouTube anymore. It deserves better.
Disney Sing-Along Songs
Am I 24 years old asking for an old VHS with sing-along songs likely made for small children? Yes, because they’re iconic. Camping at Fort Wilderness? A Day at Disneyland? The Halloween one that took place INSIDE the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland? Even the Animal Kingdom one hosted by Flick had some bops. They would provide the iconic lo-fi vibes I need in the background while I work from home.
Cory in the House (2007-2008)
Sure, we have That’s So Raven, but what we don’t have is the spinoff to that show where Raven’s dad becomes a chef at The White House and her brother Cory gets to go live there too for some reason. What is Joe Biden’s plan to get this on Disney+?
Aladdin: The Complete Series
Did you know that there are 3 Aladdin movies, plus a television series that aired on Toon Disney? They’re Aladdin, Aladdin: Return of Jafar, and Aladdin and the King of Thieves. Sure, the other two films went straight to VHS, but does that mean they don’t deserve to be rewatched? The series, set between movies 2 and 3, even had most of the original voice actors return.
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (2000-2002)
Lightyear who? This series did what the newest Lightyear movie could only dream to. It detailed Buzz’s journey of preserving peace for the Galactic Alliance by working with a group of Star Command rookies to save the galaxy. And it was made by the same creators as Kim Possible, so you know it has legs.
My Date with the President’s Daughter (1998)
This classic D-COM stars Boy Meets World’s Will Friedle. While his hair is great, he is not the brightest; he somehow doesn’t know that the girl he meets at the mall is the daughter of the President. Or that the address she gives to pick her up later, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, is that of the White House. It’s wild, and that’s the exact reason it deserves a spot on this list.
What do you wish was on Disney+?