Disney has announced the first live-action Star Wars show for Disney+, The Mandalorian, featuring Iron Man, Star Wars Rebels, and Clone Wars directors. The series follows a Mandalorian as he travels to the outer rim of the Galaxy after the Empire's fall. Fans of Star Wars: The Clone Wars will see a final season on Disney+.
Rogue One prequel series announced, featuring Diego Luna and Alan Tudyk as K-2SO, aims to increase screen time for beloved characters due to limited Rogue One time and film's popularity.
Marvel will have a significant presence on Disney+ with four shows and two documentary series. These will feature original actors from the MCU, including Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch and Paul Bettany as Vision. Loki and Hawkeye will also be featured, with Tom Hiddlestone reprising their roles. Jeremy Renner may pass on the Hawkeye title to Kate Bishop, his successor in the comics.
Marvel's What If…? is Disney+'s first animated series, inspired by comics, featuring alternate histories and outcomes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The series will explore alternate outcomes, such as Spiderman joining the Fantasic Four, Peggy Carter receiving the super-serum, and Jane Foster finding Thor's hammer. Additionally, two Marvel-related documentaries, Marvel's 616 and Marvel's Hero Project, will be available.
Monsters at Work is an animated series set six months after the original Monsters Inc. film, featuring Billy Crystal and John Goodman as Mike and Sully. It introduces new monster Tylor Tuskmon.