We're less than a month away from the launch of Disney's new streaming platform, Disney+, and the entertainment giant has revealed all the shows and movies that will be available on Day 1.
In a ludicrously long Twitter thread, Disney+ tweeted all the shows and movies that will debut when the platform goes live on November 12.
The list includes a bunch of new releases that have already been announced, including "The Mandalorian" from the "Star Wars" universe, a new "High School Musical" TV series, and a computer generated/live action version of "A Lady and a Tramp."
But it's the older shows and movies that should be of particular interest for adults interested in re-living their youths, and introducing their own kids to some of Disney's most famous works.
Among the things available to stream are Disney classic animated movies including "Snow White," "Pinocchio," "Beauty and the Beast," "The Aristocats," "The Little Mermaid," "Robin Hood," "The Jungle Book," "Aladdin," "Dumbo," and "Fantasia."
Live action movies such as "Miracle on 34th Street," "The Swiss Family Robinson," "Davy Crockett," "The Love Bug," "Brink," and "Old Yeller" are also getting a release.
Want a mixture of live action and animation? Well then "Bedknobs and Broomsticks" and "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" will have you covered, while there are several movies featuring the Muppets, including "The Muppet Movie" and "The Muppet's Christmas Carol."
Popular movies either made by or now owned by Disney included include the original "Star Wars" trilogy, multiple movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (Thor, Guardians of the Galaxy Iron Man, Avengers etc.), as well as "Pirates of the Caribbean," "Tron," "Flight of the Navigator," and "Willow,"
On the TV side, popular '80s and '90s gems such as "Gummi Bears," "Tailspin," "Ducktales," "Darkwing Duck," "Chip 'n' Dale: Rescue Rangers," and "The Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series" are included.
Meanwhile from the Marvel Universe, you can watch the animated series of "Spider-Man," "Silver Surfer," "The Incredible Hulk," and the (awesome) "X-Men" series.
Oh, and since Disney now owns 20th Century Fox Studios, the entire "Simpsons" series is available.
There are some truly random finds courtesy of Disney and 20th Century Fox studios, including "While You Were Sleeping," "Turner and Hooch," the Jonathan Taylor-Thomas vehicle "I'll Be Home for Christmas," and – for those looking for a Tom Selleck/Ted Danson/Steve Guttenberg fix, "Three Men and a Baby" and "Three Men and a Little Lady."
Then we get into the Disney-Pixar side of things, with "Toy Story," "Inside Out," "Big Hero 6," "Frozen," "Monsters University," "Moana," "Wreck-It Ralph," "Brave," "Wall-E" and, this writer's favorite, "Ratatouille."
You can check out the hundreds of tweet announcements from Disney, which are too numerous to include in this article, right here.
Disney+ launches on November 12, costing $6.99 per month or $12.99 when bundled with Hulu and ESPN+.