Here’s a look at everything that’s coming to Disney+ this week in the United States. By far the biggest new addition this week is ‘The Right Stuff’ which is a new drama by National Geographic.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 09
- The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
- Oil Spill of the Century
- Wild Portugal
MAGIC OF DISNEY’S ANIMAL KINGDOM – EPISODE THREE –“BETTY AND THE BEAST”
For the first time in the park’s history, Hartmann’s mountain zebras arrive on the savanna at Disney’s Animal Kingdom! Keeper Meaghan and the team do their best to acclimate the mischievous herd and prepare the other animals to meet their new neighbors, including a curious young Hartmann’s mountain zebra, Clementine, and mom-to-be Prima. Meanwhile, babirusa pig Betty is introduced to a bachelor babirusa, Mentari, with the hope that the plucky pigs hit it off and give the park its first-ever babirusa piglet. At The Seas with Nemo & Friends at EPCOT, an 1,800-pound rescued manatee, Lou, has a potentially infected tail, so keepers must use a crane to lift him out of the aquarium to transport him to the Veterinary Treatment Room for a high-def CT scan.
THE RIGHT STUFF – EPISODES 1 & 2
Based on the bestselling book by Tom Wolfe, the eight-episode season is an inspirational look at the early days of the U.S. Space Program and the iconic story of America’s first astronauts, the Mercury 7.
WEIRD BUT TRUE – EPISODE 309 – COOKING
Carly and Charlie are planning a surprise party and are in charge of the menu. There’s just one problem, neither of them knows how to cook. The duo attempts a basic burger, but that turns into a disaster. The only way to master the art of cooking is to learn from the experts at the Culinary Institute of America.
ONE DAY AT DISNEY SHORT – EPISODE 145
Discover the intricacies of creating a Disney print marketing campaign with Gabriela Clark. From overseeing photoshoots to coordinating massive studio print campaigns, Gabriela and team are responsible for creating some of the first images fans are able to see of new Disney projects.