This Month’s Highlights
Ghosts, aliens, monsters — oh my. Disney is putting their own spin on R.L. Stine stories with the latest series, co-executive produced by Stine himself, Just Beyond. A nice entry for the Halloween season, the anthology series is premiering eight different creepy stories in individual episodes. It’s just nice to see a Disney show get weird. How weird? We’ll find out on October 13.
If you missed out on Black Widow in theaters or didn’t want to pay an extra $30 dollars, we don’t blame you, the MCU film is finally available to stream for “free” for all paying Disney+ subscribers this month. You can finally see (or rewatch) Florence Pugh shine as Yelena Belova and say goodbye to Scarlett Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff, again.
Full List of What’s New on Disney+ for October 2021
Noteworthy selections in bold.
Available October 1
Alvin and The Chipmunks
Alvin and The Chipmunks: The Road Chip
Just Roll With It: You Decide Live!
LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales
The Scariest Story Ever: A Mickey Mouse Halloween Spooktacular!
Available October 6
Among the Stars
Disney Junior The Chicken Squad: Season 1
Drain The Oceans: The Mississippi River & Arctic War: Season 1
Drain The Oceans: Season 4
The Ghost and Molly McGee: Season 1, 5 Episodes
Impact With Gal Gadot: Season 1
Muppet Babies: Season 3, 9 Episodes
Puppy Dog Pals: Season 4, 5 Episodes
Spidey And His Amazing Friends: Season 1
Available October 8
Disney Junior Mickey’s Tale Of Two Witches
Muppets Haunted Mansion
Available October 13
Apollo: Back To The Moon: Season 1
Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures: Season 1
Secrets Of The Zoo: North Carolina: Season 1
Secrets of The Zoo: Down Under: Season 2
The Wizard Of Paws: Season 1
Zombies: Addison’s Moonstone Mystery Shorts: Season 1
Available October 15
Lost Cities With Albert Lin: The Great Flood
Megacity Of The Maya Warrior King
Available October 20
Disney’s Magic Bake-Off: Season 1, 4 Episodes
PJ Masks: Season 5, 6 Episodes
The Wild Life Of Dr. Ole: Season 1
Available October 22
Rookie Of The Year
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