There are many news coming for Disney Plus: many original movies and TV series enrich the platform. Also including Pixar, Marvel, National Geographic and Star are many releases scheduled. With an ever richer catalog, you will be spoiled for choice for what to see on Disney Plus in September 2021.
Disney Plus: what to see in September 2021
During the summer, the platform did not want to leave viewers with a dry mouth: only in August 2021 did they arrive What If… ?, the eleventh season of The Walking Dead and the film Cruella for all subscribers. September also promises to be rich and intense, with many new features planned.
Movies coming soon
For fans of Billie Eilish, the concert film is coming Happier Than Ever: Love Letter to Los Angeles, a cinematic experience available since September 3 on the streaming platform.
Straight from his new album, “Happier Than Ever,” the original Disney + will present an intimate performance of each song in the order found on the disc, for the first and only time, from the stage of the legendary Hollywood Bowl. The special will also include some animated elements, taking viewers on a dreamlike journey through Billie’s hometown of Los Angeles and its most iconic settings.
The short Twenty years, online since September 10instead, it’s a story about the insecurities of being adults and how each of us is just pretending until we find a way to make it.
Gia, the protagonist, is in this condition on the night of her 21st birthday.
Another short film, Not at, will be available from September 17. A grandmother’s plan to spend a special day alone watching her favorite TV show, “EWW Smashdown Wrestling,” is shattered by an unexpected visit from her granddaughter.
Other films: Miraculous: Shanghai – The legend of Ladydragon (September 10).
For the little ones, from September 1st, A life as a Dug is a series of short films that tells the funny misadventures of Dug, the adorable dog from the Disney and Pixar movies Up. Each short features daily events happening in Dug’s garden, all through the eyes of the beloved talking dog.
Doctor Doogie, a coming-of-age dramedy inspired by the hit medical series Doogie Howser, follows Lahela “Doogie” Kamealoha, a 16-year-old prodigy who juggles a newly started medical career and a teenage life. With the support of her caring and fun family and friends, Lahela is determined to make the most of his teenage years and to form by finding his way. Available fromSeptember 8.
Disney Plus also takes us back to the world of Star Wars since September 22, with the new series Star Wars: Visions. A great news for fans, who in fact will admire a series of shorts with iconography and lo japanese anime style, which in its time inspired the creator of Star Wars.
A blast from the past to relive the 90s in all their glory. The first season of The 90s: The Last Great Decade arrives on Disney Plus on September 22. Spectators will be able to hear firsthand the testimonies of celebrities, academics, politicians and eyewitnesses who have contributed to the legacy of these years.
Other tv series: Fancy Nancy (September 1st), Apocalypse: the war of the worlds (September 8), We princesses always (September 17).
The Star catalog is enriched with many new proposals, original and otherwise. The September 1st he arrives One name: Feyenoord, documentary series that tells of the various difficulties of the football team of the city of Rotterdam.
American Horror Stories, online fromSeptember 8, is the spin-off of the award-winning American Horror Story series. This seven-episode original anthology series features a different horror story for each episode.
Coming up the September 22 the drama series based on the acclaimed DC Comics comic book series of the same name Y: The last man. The story takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where a cataclysm has exterminated all mammals with the Y chromosome, except one man and his monkey.
Among the other innovations that will enrich the Star offer we find American Horror Story And Single Parents (September 1st), The resident (September 8), Bless the Harts, The Orville And Stumptown (September 15). Then again Black-ish (September 22), The Great north, Sons of Anarchy and Grand Hotel (September 29). All this along with all seasons of Ageless hearts (September 8) e The A-Team (September 3) and the complete saga of Predator (September 10).