Disney+ Watch Guide: March 5th-11th
It’s a magical week Disney + with the Premier Access release of Raya and the Last Dragon and the Finale of WandaVision. Here’s everything that’s new or worth celebrating on Disney’s streaming service this week. Whatever you want to stream this week, we hope it’s magical.
Raya and the last dragon (Premier Access required)
“Raya and the Last Dragon take us on an exciting, epic journey into the fantasy world of Kumandra, where humans and dragons lived together in harmony a long time ago. But when an evil force threatened the land, the dragons sacrificed themselves to save humanity. Now, 500 years later, the same evil has returned and it is up to a lone warrior, Raya, to track down the legendary last dragon to restore the broken land and its divided people. On her journey, however, she will learn that it takes more than a dragon to save the world – it will also require trust and teamwork. “
WandaVision – “The series finale”
“The events of WandaVision are coming to a head and the fate of everyone involved is determined.”
Garfield: A tail of two kittens
Bill Murray is the voice of the popular cartoon cat in 20th Century Studios’ 2nd Garfield film.
Heartland Docs, DVM
The second season of Nat Geo, about a real-life couple who run a veterinarian business in Nebraska, comes to Disney.
Secrets of the sulfur springs – “Time warped “
“Griffin and Harper watch young Ben and Savannah sit around the campfire after the dance when Savannah is suddenly startled by a consultant disguised as the legendary Moss Man.”
75th anniversary – Knight for a day
The Goof first learned the tournament on March 8, 1946, when this classic animated short film premiered.
25 years – Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco
Chance, Shadow and Sassy were lost again in this Walt Disney Pictures sequel on March 8, 1996, this time in San Francisco.
20th anniversary – The luck of the Irish
Ryan Merriman discovered his Irish heritage by transforming himself into a leprechaun when this DCOM premiered on March 9, 2001.
10th anniversary – Mars needs mothers
Based on a popular children’s book, the motion capture epic by Robert Zemeckis was published in 3D on March 11, 2011.
This week’s holidays
Every day is a holiday and you can all celebrate on Disney +!
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