From ‘Prop Culture’ to ‘Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian,’ Here Are the New Television Shows Coming to Disney+ During May 2020

Whether you’re excited about the new Mandalorian series or just looking forward to the new episode of Be Our Chef, Disney+ has plenty of content to be available for streaming during May. Here are a few of the television shows to be added to the Disney+ streaming library.

Disney+ releases its original series, ‘Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian’

Go behind the scenes with the most popular series on Disney’s streaming platform. Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian shows fans how The Mandalorian became the first-ever live-action Star Wars series, with the help of directors like Bryce Dallas Howard and writer Jon Favreau.

That includes the special effects used to transport viewers into the Star Wars universe. Based on the trailer, there’s also a roundtable with the directors of each episode of this series and a separate roundtable with the cast of The Mandalorian.

This is an 8 episode docu-series, with the first episode premiering on May 4, also known as Star Wars day. In the meantime, fans can watch the entire first season of The Mandalorian on this subscription service.

Dan Lanigan and Jason Henry of "Prop Culture" speak at the Disney+ Pavilion
Dan Lanigan and Jason Henry of “Prop Culture” speak at the Disney+ Pavilion | Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Disney+

‘Prop Culture’ premieres exclusively on Disney+

If you’ve ever wanted to learn about the props that make Disney movies so iconic, their streaming platform has you covered. Based on the series trailer, Prop Culture will feature the history of Disney’s most beloved props. According to Entertainment Weekly, all 8 episodes of this series will premiere on Disney+ on the same day, May 1.

That includes Mary Poppins’ bag, Jack Sparrow’s jacket, and figures used in stop-motion animation for The Nightmare Before Christmas. Additionally, there are props from The Muppet Movie, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, and Honey, I Shrunk The Kids.

“I felt like there were a lot of people that did a lot of amazing work that weren’t getting the light shined on them,” Dan Lanigan said during an interview with Entertainment Weekly. “I thought wouldn’t it be great to do a show that celebrated them. Even though the show is called Prop Culture and our way into the show are these artifacts, it’s really about the people that are behind them.”

New episodes of ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ and ‘Be Our Chef’ debut

Some series’ have already been released on Disney+, but new episodes continue to debut on a weekly basis. That includes the competition series Be Our Chef, and the final season of the animated Star Wars series, The Clone Wars. (The last episode of The Clone Wars season 7 premieres on May 4.)

There are new episodes of It’s a Dog’s Life with Bill Farmer premiering on a weekly basis. As throughout 2020, there are new episodes of the docu-series, One Day at Disney, some upcoming episodes featuring Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts.

Other shows coming to Disney+ during May include Vampirina season 2, Marvel’s Future Adventures season 2, Doc McStuffins season 5, and Awesome Animals season 1. Of course, there’s also plenty of original content, and Disney Channel original series’ already on this streaming platform.

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