What’s new on Disney Plus in September 2020? Well, the streaming service will have its biggest exclusive movie yet, with the long-awaited premiere of the live-action Mulan film. Here are the highlights of what’s new on Disney Plus in September, followed by the full list of what’s coming to the service during the month.
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Mulan (September 4 with Premier Access)
After the planned theatrical release in late March was postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, this live-action version of Disney’s 1998 animated film will finally be released as a Disney Plus original. In ancient China, the daughter of a noble family is forced to pose as a male so she can join the country’s Imperial Army to help fight off invaders. This movie will be made available for Disney Plus subscribers by paying an extra $29.99.
Earth to Ned (September 4)
Jim Henson Productions brings us this unusual talk show. Ned is an alien from space who has come to Earth. At first, he wants to lead an invasion of the planet. However, he and his sidekick Cornelius decide to call the invasion off to chat with our celebrities. He manages to book guests like Joel McHale, Rachel Bilson, Andy Richter, Gillian Jacobs, and Billy Dee Williams. All 10 episodes of the series will be available to stream on Disney Plus when it drops.
Becoming (September 18)
Becoming is a series that looks at a number of famous actors, athletes, and music artists and how their early lives shaped them to become the adult successes they are today. Some of the people in the series include Adam Devine, Anthony Davis, Ashley Tisdale, Caleb McLaughlin, Candance Parker, Colbie Caillat, Julianne Hough, Nick Cannon, Nick Kroll, and Rob Gronkowski. All 10 episodes will drop on Disney Plus at once.
Secret Society of Second-Born Royals (September 25)
This Disney Plus original movie tells the tale of a clandestine group of royal family members. While the first born member becomes the head of a royal family, with the crown and the glory, the second born of a royal family gets something cooler in this movie: super powers. They have to learn how to use them quickly, as a rogue second-born royal wants the throne of his country, and the rest of the team has to stop him.
What’s new on Disney Plus in September 2020
Here’s the full list of what’s new on the service in September. In addition to the original content, many recent Disney and 20th Century Fox movies will debut on the service this month. That includes The Wolverine, Christopher Robin, and the entire run of the Once Upon a Time TV series.
- Cinderella (2015)
- Ancient China from Above (Season 1)
- D2: The Mighty Ducks
- D3: The Mighty Ducks
- Never Been Kissed
- Strange Magic
- Trick or Treat
- The Wolverine
- Earth to Ned
- One Day at Disney, “Alice Taylor: Studiolab”
- Muppets Now, “Socialized”
- Pixar In Real Life, “Coco: Abuelita Says No Music”
- Weird But True, “Germs”
- Christopher Robin
- One Day At Disney, “Amanda Lauder: Chef Chocolatier”
- Weird But True, “Photography”
- Bend it Like Beckham
- Coop & Cami Ask the World (Season 2)
- Europe from Above (Season 1)
- Ever After: A Cinderella Story
- Kingdom of the Mummies (Season 1)
- Marvel Super Hero Adventures (Season 4)
- Notre Dame: Race Against the Inferno
- Once Upon a Time (Seasons 1-7)
- Soy Luna (Seasons 2-3)
- Violetta (Season 3)
- Wicked Tuna (Season 9)
- One Day At Disney, “Dr. Natalie MyInciczenko: Veterinarian”
- Weird But True, “Trains”
- Fancy Nancy: Fancy it Yourself (Season 2)
- The Giant Robber Crab
- Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted (Season 2)
- Muppet Babies (Season 2)
- Port Protection: Alaska (Season 3)
- Sydney to the Max (Season 2)
- Wild Central America (Season 1)
- X-Ray Earth (Season 1)
- Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom
- Secret Society of Second-Born Royals
- One Day At Disney, “Ashley Girdich: R&D Imagineer Manager”
- Weird But True, “Venomous Animals”
That’s what’s new on Disney Plus in September. We’ll be back next month with a new update. Meanwhile, make sure you sign up for Disney Plus below.