Disney+ have shared hits such as The Mandalorian, which sparked its own meme and even brought back a 2000's favorite Lizzie McGuire before it's production was put on hold.

With February, the streaming service is adding movies such as Toy Story 4, The Sandlot, Descendants 3, and more.

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They are also premiering the first season for Marvel's Future Avengers and adding the second season of Star Wars: Resistance.

Check out everything coming to the streaming mogul below!

Available Feb.1

Around the World in 80 Days
Big Business
The Sandlot
Wicked Tuna: Season 1-2

Available Feb.2

Descendants 3

Available Feb. 5

Toy Story 4

Available Feb. 7

Diary of a Future President, Episode 104
Disney Family Sundays, Episode 114
Marvel’s Hero Project, Episode 114
One Day at Disney, Episode 110
Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made

Available Feb. 9

Old Dogs

Available Feb. 14

My Dog, The Thief
Because of Winn-Dixie
Diary of a Future President, Episode 105
Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings, Episode 201
Disney Family Sundays, Episode 115
Marvel’s Hero Project, Episode 115
One Day at Disney, Episode 111

Available Feb. 16

Marvel’s Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United

Available Feb. 20

Marvel Rising: Operation Shuri
Marvel Rising: Playing With Fire

Available Feb. 21

My Dog, The Thief
Diary of a Future President: Episode 106
Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings: Episode 202
Disney Family Sundays: Episode 116
Marvel’s Hero Project: Episode 116
One Day at Disney: Episode 112
Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Episode 701

Available Feb 27

Star Wars: Resistance: Season 2

Available Feb. 28

I Captured the King of Leprechauns
Imagination Moves: Season 1-3
Marvel’s Future Avengers: Season 1
Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars
Diary of a Future President: Episode 107
Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings: Episode 203
Disney Family Sundays: Episode 117
Marvel’s Hero Project: Episode 117
One Day at Disney: Episode 113
Shop Class: Episode 101
Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Episode 702

More on Disney+

Sad news for Lizzie McGuire fans. Unfortunately, the rebooted show on Disney+ is put on hold. The creator Terri Minsky is stepping away from her role as showrunner.  Until a new showrunner is found, the revival is on hold.

The original Lizzie McGuire premiered Jan. 21, 2001. It ran for two seasons, consisting of 65 episodes, before ending in 2004. The show was also adapted into a full-length feature film, The Lizzie McGuire Movie, in 2003.

A  spokesperson spoke about the details in an exclusive with Variety,

“Fans have a sentimental attachment to ‘Lizzie McGuire’ and high expectations for a new series,” the Disney spokesperson says. “After filming two episodes, we concluded that we need to move in a different creative direction and are putting a new lens on the show.”

That means that the show is currently on hiatus.

What will you be watching on Disney+ next month? Let us know in the comments down below!

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