What’s New on Your Disney Plus in June 2022 !

There are dozens of new movies and shows added to Disney+ every month, and we’re going through all of those available in June 2022. There’s a lot to look forward to on Disney+ in the coming months.

In addition, Disney+ is continuously adding new films to its catalog, including beloved classics from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and a slew of other notable studios. It is not uncommon for Disney+ to release new episodes of original TV programs and debuts of major Disney and Pixar films, such as Turning Red, many times a month on the streaming service.

Furthermore, a Disney+ subscription includes most of these new movies and episodes, and select Premium Access titles can be purchased for an extra charge. Movies that are released simultaneously in theatres are often the subject of this. Below you’ll determine a synopsis of some of the best new releases coming to Disney+ in June and the full list of titles (and associated release dates) available on Disney+ in June 2022.

10. Owl House (S2, five episodes)?:

Director:Dana Terrace
Cast:Sarah-Nicole Robles, Alex Hirsch, Wendie Malick
Release Date:June 29, 2022
Genre:Comedy, Fantasy, Animation, Kids family
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:N/A

Dana Terrace is the creator of the Disney Channel original animated series The Owl House, which premiered on January 10th, 2020. Luz Noceda, a human adolescent of Dominican descent, unwittingly opens a portal to another dimension. On an archipelago acknowledged as the Boiling Isles, she meets Eda Clawthorne (aka “The Owl Lady”) and her cute demon companion King, a rebellious witch. While battling Emperor Belos and his henchmen to reclaim Luz, assist Eda in overcoming her curse, and learn more about King’s background in the wake of the season one finale, the major characters in season two work together to complete their goals.

9. Family Reboot

Cast:Kelly Ripa , Mark Consuelos , Albert Bianchini , Elli Hakami , Julian P. Hobbs
Release Date:June 15, 2022
Genre:Reality, Drama
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:N/A

Families will learn how to reconnect and improve their connections in the new Family Reboot reality TV series that Disney+ has published a trailer for. The six-episode series follows families that take a break from their hectic schedules to rediscover the joy of spending time with one another. In addition, Six families are introduced in the new trailer as they struggle to stay connected in their daily lives. It’s easy to empathize with these families since we’re all guilty of neglecting the ones we care about because we’re too busy going about our everyday lives. Here, adults are distracted by their job, children are distracted by school and sports, and we are all distracted by devices.

8. Beyond Infinity: Buzz and the Journey to Lightyear

Director:Angus MacLane
Cast:Mary McDonald-Lewis, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Efren Ramirez, Keira Hairston
Release Date:June 10, 2022
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:N/A

During the creation of Pixar’s Lightyear, Buzz Lightyear went from a toy to a real person. Explore the origins of Buzz Lightyear, the art of building a new “Human Buzz,” and the problems faced by the Lightyear crew as they went about their mission. In the series, the toy-inspired hero Buzz Lightyear (voiced by Chris Evans) takes on a cosmic journey with a bunch of naive recruits (voiced by Keke Palmer (The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder), Dale Soules, and Taika Waititi (What We Do in the Shadows)) and his robot buddy Sox in “Lightyear,” a sci-fi action-adventure (voice of Peter Sohn).

7. Villains of Valley View Season 1

Cast:Patricia Belcher, Isabella Pappas, Malachi Barton
Release Date:Jun 3, 2022
Genre:Comedy, fantasy
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:N/A

“The Villains of Valley View” will premiere on Disney+ on Wednesday, June 22, 2022, in the United States with Episodes 1-5 from Season 1. Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore (Lab Rats) are executive producers and showrunners for “The Villains of Valley View.” Here, the Havoc family is forced to alter their names and migrate to a quiet Texas suburb after she defies the head of the League of Villains. With the help of her enthusiastic new neighbor, Hartley, Havoc must hide her superpowers and suppress her evil nature in favor of what she and the rest of her family have struggled against all of their lives: normalcy.

6. Rise (2022)

Director:Akin Omotoso
Cast:Dayo Okeniyi, Yetide Badaki, Uche Agada, Ral Agada
Release Date:June 24, 2022
Genre:Drama, Biography
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:N/A

Adapted from Arash Amel’s screenplay, Akin Omotoso will direct this biographical sports-drama film, RISE, in the United States. It is based on the authentic story of three Nigerian-Greek brothers who immigrate to the United States and achieve fame and success in the National Basketball Association. In the film’s three main characters, all played by newbies, Uche Agada, Ral Agada, and Jaden Osimuwa, the actors are all relative unknowns.

Three Greek brothers, nurtured in anonymity, are catapulted into the limelight of professional basketball in this real story. By moving from Nigeria to Greece with their children, Vera and Charles Antetokounmpo hope to provide a better life for their family. A complicated citizenship system threatens the hopes of the couple’s five children, despite their tireless efforts to provide for their needs.

5. Trevor: The Musical

Director:Robin Abrams
Cast:Mark Aguirre, Aaron Alcaraz, Ava Brigilia, Sammy Dell
Release Date:June 24, 2022
Genre:Musical, Drama
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:N/A

Trevor: The Musical, the critically acclaimed Off-Broadway play, will have a special premiere on Disney+ on June 24. Trevor: RadicalMedia produced this video. Newcomer Holden William Hagelberger shines in the role of Trevor, a 13-year-old on a “turbulent voyage of self-discovery.” Based on the 1995 Academy Award-winning short film Trevor by Celeste Lecesne and Peggy Rajski, which inspired the non-profit organization The Trevor Project, which is now the world’s largest suicide prevention and mental health organization for LGBTQ young people, the musical will be released in the fall of 2016.

4. Ms. Marvel – Episode 4

Director:Bisha K. Ali
Cast:Iman Vellani, Aramis Knight, Saagar Shaikh, Rish Shah, Zenobia Shroff
Release Date:June 8, 2022
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:N/A

Ms. Marvel, a new American television miniseries based on the Marvel Comics character Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvel, will be produced by Bisha K. Ali. As part of Marvel Studios’ Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), it will serve as the seventh television series to follow the characters from the films. With the help of Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, Ali serves as the film’s executive producer. ‘Ms. Marvel will premiere on June 8th, 2022, and conclude on July 13th, 2022, with six episodes. The MCU’s fourth phase will include it. In addition, the Marvels (2023) will be a follow-up to the series, with Vellani reprising her role as Khan and other cast members from the series returning.

3. Mickey Mouse Funhouse: Season 1

Cast:Bret Iwan, Kaitlyn Robrock, Tony Anselmo
Release Date:June 1, 2022
Genre:Adventure, Animation
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:N/A

Phil Weinstein and Thomas Hart produced the American children’s television series Mickey Mouse Funhouse, which stars Mickey Mouse as the star of his show. Mickey Mouse and his buddies Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy, and Pluto are back. Funny, an enchanting, talking, and lively playhouse greets the friends. Funny brings his pals to exotic locales where they can have unique adventures in that region. To adapt to the environment, he can change his shape and look and even project his face onto any surface to converse with Mickey and his pals.

2. Life Below Zero: Next Generation: Season 3

Cast:Mocean Melvin, Joseph Litzinger, Kevin Tao Mohs
Release Date:June 15, 2022
Genre:Reality-TV, Nature
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:N/A

Many franchises will be returning in 2021-2022, including National Geographic’s. Life Below Zero and Wicked Tuna received renewals from National Geographic during the company’s Tuesday upfront presentation. A new generation of people has rejected modernism in favor of a more traditional way of living in the Alaskan wilderness. However, not everyone is suited to this unique and hard lifestyle. So, binge-watch this thrilling series in the coming June on Disney Plus.

1. Love, Victor: Seasons 1, 2 and 3

Director:Isaac Aptaker
Cast:Michael Cimino, Rachel Hilson, Anthony Turpel, Bebe Wood, Mason Gooding
Release Date:June 15, 2022
Genre:Romance, Drama, Comedy
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:N/A

Becky Albertalli’s popular young adult novel, “Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda,” was used as inspiration for the film “Love, Victor,” which tells the story of an unnamed gay adolescent who is forced to come out after being blackmailed. Simon and Victor’s journeys of self-discovery are depicted in the series, which features Michael Cimino as Victor. When things get tough at home, in a new high school, and as Victor wrestles with his sexual orientation, he turns to Simon for support.

A compilation of June 2022’s top ten shows on Disney Plus is as follows above. In addition, Check out the complete Disney Plus June 2022 film and television schedule below.

Released Date: June 1

  • A Fan’s Guide to Ms. Marvel
  • Club Mickey Mouse: Season Four
  • Glee: Seasons 1-6
  • Mickey Mouse Funhouse: Season One (5 episodes)

Released Date: June 3

  • Mack Wrestles (Short)
  • Hollywood Stargirl

Released Date: June 8

  • Ms. Marvel
  • Baymax Dreams (Shorts): Season One & Two
  • Incredible Dr. Pol: Season Twenty (12 episodes)
  • Ultra Violet & Black Scorpion: Season One (10 episodes)

Released Date: June 10

  • Beyond Infinity: Buzz and the Journey to Lightyear

Released Date: June 15

  • Disney Junior Ready For Preschool (Shorts): Season Three
  • Family Reboot
  • grown-ish: Season Four (9 episodes)
  • Life Below Zero: Next Generation: Season Three
  • Love, Victor: Season One, Two & Three
  • T.O.T.S.: Season Three (12 episodes)
  • The Wonder Years: Season One (10 episodes)

Released Date: June 17

Released Date: June 22

  • G.O.A.T.: Season One
  • Villains of Valley View: Season One (5 episodes)

Released Date: June 24

  • RISE
  • Trevor: The Musical

Released Date: June 29

  • Owl House (S2, five episodes)
  • Baymax! – Season 1 Premiere – All Episodes Streaming
  • Ms. Marvel – Episode 4


You’d find them on our website if you missed our May 2022 roundup of all the shows on Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime, and Hulu. Even while the list of Disney Plus releases in June 2022 is now limited, we may see further releases from Disney Plus as the month goes on. Next month, we’ll publish new releases every day to keep this post up to date.

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