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New To Disney+ Today (US): January 31, 2024

Here is a look at everything that’s coming to Disney+ in the United States today.


  • Me & Mickey shorts (S2, 17 episodes)
  • Mickey Mouse Funhouse (S2, 4 episodes)
  • Dragons of Wonderhatch (S1, New Episode)

A Hero’s Journey: The Making Of Percy Jackson And The Olympians

The new documentary will take viewers behind the scenes of “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” and showcase how the series came to fruition.

Percy Jackson and the Olympians – Episode 8 (Finale) – “The Prophecy Comes True”

Mount Olympus beckons… and Percy must face his greatest battle yet.

Assembled: The Making of Echo – Premiere

Born in the heartland. Raised in the concrete jungle. Maya Lopez didn’t ask to be bad; she never had a choice. Join us as “Assembled” goes behind-the-scenes of Maya’s own groundbreaking series: “Echo.” Discover how members of the production’s cast and crew learned American Sign Language to create a more inclusive and accessible on-set environment. Witness the filmmakers taking unprecedented steps to portray Native American culture truthfully, and without artifice. Spend time with powerhouse actor Vincent D’Onofrio as he brings the Kingpin to monstrous life once more. The unboxing of this series’ creation culminates with viewers getting a front-row seat to Marvel Studios’ and Choctaw Nation’s first collaboration on a powwow.

Choir – All 6 Episodes – Premiere

“Choir” follows the kids of the Detroit Youth Choir as they prepare for the performance of a lifetime. Through their eyes, we experience the highs and lows of life growing up in Detroit, navigating the challenges of balancing family, school, and athletics, all while pursuing their dreams of taking their talents to the next level and performing on one of the world’s biggest stages. Following their 2019 appearance on America’s Got Talent, it’s a pivotal time for the choir and its director, Anthony White, as he’s faced with the combined challenges of replacing several key members, keeping the choir relevant in Detroit, and finding the next big opportunity that will put them back in the national spotlight.


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