Disney+ will soon be available to Singaporeans, which is huge news for fans of Star Wars, Pixar, Marvel, National Geographic and more. Come 23 February, you’ll be able to re-watch Black Panther from the comfort of your own home and then binge-watch The Simpsons.
Let’s look at some of the most exciting shows you’ll soon be able to watch on Disney+.
This TV series set in the Star Wars universe stars Pedro Pascal, although we rarely get to see his face. You might remember him as the The Red Viper or Oberyn Martell from Game Of Thrones.
Like that other Mandalorian that is much more famous, Pascal’s Mandalorian, Din Djarin, is a bounty hunter constantly on the move. Though at heart a mercenary, Djarin has a soft side when it comes to The Child, or as he is better known, Baby Yoda.
You should give The Mandalorian a shot if you like:
Fans of The Avengers: Assemble! If you’ve watched End Game, you know that Vision is dead. Despite this, he stars along with Wanda Maximoff in a 50s style TV sitcom, complete with laugh track. They are aware that something isn’t right but can’t quite remember what. Worst still, they don’t even know why there’s a heart drawn on today’s date, on the kitchen calendar.
Part drama, part mystery, part romance and superhero, WandaVision will continue to surprise you. If you like The Avengers and have always felt that Wanda and Vision’s relationship didn’t get the screen time it deserved, WandaVision is for you.
You should give WandaVision a shot if you like:
Our distant relatives often seem strange to us but most of them probably don’t run tourist traps that act as a beacon for all things extraordinary. Gravity Falls, which premiered 5 years ago, centers on two kids named Dipper and Mabel Pines and their adventures around and inside of The Mystery Shack, as well the town of Gravity Falls. The shack is the home and business of Great Uncle Stan, their eccentric guardian, who sells the shack as a sort of haunted house and museum. It also becomes their home when they are dropped off by their parents at Great Uncle Stan’s during their summer vacation.
They soon find themselves occupied with small town mysteries and looking into Great Uncle Stan’s tall tales.
You should give Gravity Falls a shot if you like:
A subscription to Disney+ will cost you $11.98 a month. If you sign up for a whole year, you’ll end up paying slightly less at roughly $10 a month.
Netflix addicts will realise that Disney+ costs exactly the same as a basic Netflix plan!
In contrast, Apple TV is $6.98 per month and HBO GO is $13.98.