What to watch on Disney+ this weekend

Cassian Andor continues his journey towards rebellion. The Mighty Ducks game showdown tournament. The mysterious Benedict Society is distracted by an underground casino. Find out what to watch this weekend on Disney+.

Star Wars: Andor

Cassian Andor remains in the Empire’s holding facility while the Rebels gain numbers to begin taking over the Empire. We’ll see more of his journey from lone outcast to rebellious hero.

Dancing with the stars

Dancing with the Stars is the hit series hosted by model, businesswoman Tyra Banks, actor and TV personality Alfonso Ribeiro, where celebrities meet with trained ballroom dancers to compete in tailor-made dance shows judged by a panel of renowned ballroom experts, including They include Lynn Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli, and Derek Hough.

Mysterious Benedict Society

After the reckless water polo team narrowly avoids capture, the kids try to stay hidden, but are distracted by an underground casino. In the Curtain compound, a completely unresponsive assistant is found, indicating a frightening display of his methodology, while Number Two works on a complex escape plan. After negotiating with the captain, the children successfully reached Lisbon, but they immediately escaped again when they were discovered by Curtain’s head of security at the port of entry.

Mighty Ducks: Game Changers

The Mighty Ducks face a tough match as they wonder if team spirit and heart is enough to win. Jess struggles with his disorder and resists becoming part of the group. Moreover, Ivan proves himself to be a first-class grinder, coach Cole notes this. With Ducks and Dominate ready to compete head-to-head on the ice, Alex tries an unconventional way to prepare her team—but Cole has his own tactics in mind.


Join Tatiana Maslany, Mark Ruffalo, Tim Roth and Benedict Wong as they reveal how Marvel Studios is doing She-Hulk: Attorney at Law It was conceived and formed. Find out what the creators of She-Hulk needed to bring out the show’s challenging tone and deliver Marvel Studios’ first true comedy series—a series that boldly breaks the fourth wall to honor its audience, no less!

exit at night

Famous composer Michael Giacchino made his directorial debut with Marvel Studios’ special Werewolf by Night presentation. “Director by Night” explores Giacchino’s vision, style, and approach to bringing the harrowing story to life, as well as providing an inside look at the backstage industry of the “Werewolf by Night.”

ocean puff

In the depths of the ocean waters, countless megacities are choking on life-sustaining coral reefs at an astonishing rate. Motivated by a dire situation, two National Geographic explorers embark on an open journey through the past, present and future of coral reefs, in search of solutions that will help save these ancient creatures from extinction.

Save Notre Dame

The Rescue of Notre Dame documents the direct effects of the devastating fire and the first year’s efforts to save the cathedral from collapse. Integrating architects, archaeologists, engineers and all the special crafts needed to rebuild (carpenters and builders), this series captures unique human stories and bears witness to the progress and difficulties of this challenging task.

great ducks

And if you’re looking for some vintage content, check out “The Mighty Ducks”. The original film that helped inspire the popular Disney+ series tells the story of a struggling Underdog District 5 team that is hired as a coach through a community service program. He turns them into ducks and takes them to the hockey tournament.

These are some of my picks. What are you going to watch this weekend?

Jeremy Brown

Jeremy has been a big fan of Disney since he was a kid growing up during the Disney Renaissance. One day he hoped to go to every Disney park in the world.

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