Of all the companies that entered the streaming war, Disney has a significant advantage over Disney +. his own animated and live-action films and from popular shows on his own cable network and from corporate properties such as Marvel and Star Wars. And that's not counting the platform's list of original TV shows and films.
'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' (2021)
Unusual production on television. After "WandaVision", "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" takes place six months after the events of "Avengers: Endgame", focusing on two characters who are haunted by the disappearance of Captain America but given little time for reflection before a new terrorist group begins to emerge.
Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) are a serious duo, but the action sequences have a deadly, punishing grit that will make Cap proud.
'The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers' (2021)
Disney's mid-sized sports comedy gets a boost from its "Cobra Kai" treatment, with the once-scrappy Mighty Ducks hockey team now an ominous peeing giant and its former coach, Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez), now a grizzled, cranky, owner. . lucky ring. .
But it's Lauren Graham who ties the series together as an earnest mom who wants a fun sport again, so she builds a hockey team around her son, populated by freaks who barely know how to skate. The remainder of this scenario is more or less self-written.
Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany), as newlyweds who don't fit into the 60s-style suburban sitcom "WandaVision" is a bold departure, what critic Mike Hale calls a "high-concept mystery combination. paranoia, and nostalgic pop culture banter.
Between the ridiculous misconceptions and winking references to old standards like "Bewitched," the show plants some bizarre distractions that suggest that things are not what they seem.
'Gravity Falls' (2012-16)
This lively and sweet animated series tells the story of Dipper and Mabel Pines, 12-year-old twins who are sent to central Oregon to live with their crazy Stan "Grunkle".
Stan runs a defeated tourist trap called the "Mystery Shack", which takes center stage in supernatural occurrences. Voiced by Jason Ritter and Kristen Schaal, the twins have a winning banter underlined by real affection.
'The Simpsons' (1989-present)
The season of "The Simpsons", is only about the first nine seasons is good, but the legendary race has such a cultural influence that quotes and references to it become linguistic acronyms.
Creator Matt Groening and its animators regard the Simpsons and the city of Springfield as an endless source of colorful characters and snappy jokes about American families, institutions, and values. Our critics call the animation ingenious and the script "consistently inventive."