Waiting for Disney World to Reopen? Here Are a Few Disney Parks-Related Shows and Movies Only Available on Disney+
Tell the guards to open up the gates! Both Disneyland and Walt Disney World are just a few days away from reopening their doors to park guests. In the meantime, though, fans can catch a glimpse into the magic with television shows and movies available on Disney’s streaming platform. Here are a few of our favorite theme-park related specials currently listed on Disney+.
‘Disney Fairy Tale Weddings’
Anything Disney does is surely magical. Weddings are no different, as this company offers unique and exciting experiences for couples around the world, whether they’re proposing in Disneyland, Honeymooning on a Disney Cruise Line, or getting married at a Disney Resort Hotel.
New episodes of the series, Disney Fairy Tale Weddings, are exclusively available on Disney’s streaming platform. However, the television show used to be available on the television network, ABC.
‘One Day at Disney’
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to work at a Disney park, this docu-series offers fans a glimpse into the life of a cast member. That includes every job from working acting in the ABC comedy series titled Modern Family to operating a train in Disneyland to starring in a Broadway-style musical in Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
New episodes of One Day at Disney premiered on a weekly basis on this platform. There’s also the extended, original special available for binge-watching.
‘Decorating Disney: Holiday Magic’
The weather outside might not be frightful, but it’s always warm and cozy in the Disney Parks. Decorating Disney: Holiday Magic showcases the transformation Disney undergoes right after Halloween to make the parks look festive. This special also includes Disney Channel actors like Jordan Fisher (Teen Beach Movie) and Sofia Carson (Descendants.) This holiday special is available with a subscription to Disney’s streaming platform.
Unfortunately for park-goers, though, Disney already canceled Mickey’s Not-So-Scary-Halloween Party for 2020, and the fate of holiday parties like the after-hours Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom or the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays is still uncertain.
Some movies inspired by Disney rides are available on Disney+, including ‘The Country Bears,’ ‘Pirates of the Caribbean,’ and ‘The Haunted Mansion’
Some Walt Disney World and Disneyland rides are so iconic that they’ve actually inspired films. That includes movies like The Country Bears, The Haunted Mansion, and the popular franchise featuring Johnny Depp, Pirates of the Caribbean.
Of course, there are plenty of movies that inspired Disney attractions. That includes Avatar: Flight of Passage, created in honor of the award-winning film, Avatar. In Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, fans can find rides inspired by the Star Wars saga.
These record-breaking and uplifting movies, as well as films created by Pixar and National Geographic, are available on Disney’s streaming platform. To learn more about Disney+ and to subscribe, visit their website.