All Disney Plus Original Series Will Now Debut on Wednesdays

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Disney Plus has changed to release schedule of its upcoming Disney Plus original series. All Disney Plus original series will now be released on Wednesdays instead of Fridays. This schedule change comes just after Marvel’s Loki, which had shifted its debut from Friday to Wednesday and managed to become the most watched series premiere on Disney Plus.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the changed release schedule will be followed from July and it will apply to all global original series including Star Wars and Marvel TV series. Original movies will continue to release on Fridays. The Hollywood Reporter’s sources claim that the shift in schedule is created to “accommodate increased volume of original content” on Disney Plus.

Disney Plus shows like The Mandalorian, WandaVision, and The Falcon and The Winter Solider debuted on Fridays and they had to compete with original content on other streaming services like Netflix, Apple TV, and HBO Max.

The new release schedule for upcoming Disney Plus original series is mentioned below:

  • Monsters at Work – July 7
  • Turner & Hooch – July 21
  • Behind the Attraction – July 21
  • Chip ‘n’ Dale: Park Life – July 28
  • Turning the Tables With Robin Roberts – July 28
  • The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse – July 28
  • Growing Up Animal – August 18
  • Short Circuit Season 2 – August 4

By shifting the original series release to Wednesdays, Disney Plus shows will now avoid competing with its movies. Disney Plus currently has several Marvel and Star Wars TV shows in the works.


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