Disney+ Provides Update on Release Timeline for Three Major Titles

Despite slowing growth in the past quarter, Disney is continuing to set their sights on the future when it comes to their streaming services.


Disney+ has gained a total of 118.1 million subscribers thus far, and there seems to be no shortage of content on the way for those subscribers.

While the company is thrilled with the quality of the content slated to be released on Disney+ in the first three quarters of fiscal year 2022, they expect a steady release of content from all of their major brands to happen in the fourth quarter.


During that quarter, Andor (Star Wars), Ms. Marvel (Marvel Studios) and Pinocchio (Walt Disney Studios) are expected to be released. Based on Disney’s fiscal year calendar, quarter four takes place between early July and late September.


We’ll continue to keep an eye on these upcoming releases as well as other projects currently in the works under the Walt Disney Company! Be sure to follow along to stay in-the-know on these new films and series!

Click here to read more about Disney’s slowing streaming growth from the last quarter.

What upcoming title are you looking forward to seeing the most? Let us know in the comments!

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2 Replies to “Disney+ Provides Update on Release Timeline for Three Major Titles”

  1. I actually resent having to subscribe to Disney+ for Marval shows. I hated What if…? And hoping I don’t HAVE to watch it (after trying three episodes) to understand the movies. If we at least had live action series continuously one after another that would be one thing, but having to wait .oaths in between is aggravating. If they had more adt shows on the streamer that would be one thing, but I have no interest in kiddie and preteen fare. They could at least show feature more vintage series.