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New for March at Disney Plus: This content will be released in March 2021

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Disney + * is the new streaming giant that is a major competitor for Amazon Prime Video * and Netflix. Starting March 24th, 2020 we’ve been enjoying Disney classics, wonderful animated films from Pixar, superhero action from Marvel, space excitement from Star Wars and fantastic documentaries from National Geographic. New content will be added in March 2021 – here you can find out what it is.

What kind of content is there on Disney Plus?

At Disney + * you will find some highlights from your childhood, but also brand new productions that will inspire you. Would you like some examples? “Aladdin”, “Vaiana”, “The Lion King”, “Finding Nemo”, “Toy Story”, “Captain Marvel”, “Black Panther”, “The Mandalorian”, “Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith”, “Free Solo”, “Before the Flood” and “The Simpsons”.

That is changing at Disney Plus

Disney + * has only shown content up to FSK 12 so far, but the streaming service has been more mature since February 2021. Because on February 23, the new area for adults called Star was launched. At the start of Star, more than 60 additional series, 270 films and four new originals were available.

What does Disney Plus cost?

As with Amazon Prime Video * or Netflix, you can also take out a monthly subscription with Disney Plus *. At Disney + you have been paying 8.99 euros a month since the program expansion. Alternatively, you can treat yourself to an annual subscription that saves you money, because it only costs 89.99 euros. Both variants are automatically extended if you do not cancel beforehand (which of course goes online without any problems).


What’s new on Disney Plus in March 2021?

In March, Disney + * really gets going – a lot of new content is coming online. We have the full list for you here – we have highlighted our highlights in bold.

New from March 5th:

  • “Air Force One”
  • “Amelia”
  • “Arizona Junior”
  • “The day of the falcon”
  • “Devil’s Due”
  • “Four Falls of Buffalo”
  • “Marvel’s Behind the Mask”
  • “Raya and the last dragon” (only with VIP access)
  • “Baskets”, seasons 1-3
  • “Black Narcissus” (Miniseries)
  • “The Catch”, seasons 1-2

This is new to Disney Plus starting March 12th

  • “Anatomy of a kidnapping”
  • “The hand on the cradle”
  • “I hate Christian Laettner”
  • “In America”
  • “Only 60 seconds”
  • “Quills – Power of Obsession”
  • “Room for ideas”
  • “Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella”
  • “Dr. K’s animal emergency room “, seasons 1-5
  • “Love in the Time of Corona”, Season 1
  • “Quantico”, seasons 1-3

Look forward to March 19th

  • “The Savage Siblings”
  • “The wild guys” – part 6
  • “I think I love my wife”
  • “Of Miracles and Men”
  • “One Hour Photo”
  • “(Dream) job wanted”
  • “Guardian of the day – Dnevnoi Dozor”
  • “Atlanta Medical”, seasons 1-3
  • “Bluey”, Season 1
  • “Falcon and the Winter Soldier”, (Miniseries)

Last but not least: New from March 26th

  • “Gnomeo & Julia”
  • “Hot Chick – Crazy Chickens”
  • “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates”
  • “Pony Excess”
  • “Sideways”
  • “Devil child Joshua”
  • “The Beach”
  • “Godfather of Harlem”, Season 1
  • “Inside Pixar”, (new episodes)
  • “Mighty Ducks: Gamechanger,” Season 1
  • “My Name is Earl”, seasons 1-4

If you want to find out more about Disney Plus, check out these articles:

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