Disney+ subscribers will soon enjoy a slew of new content, including a few long-awaited releases that have been eagerly anticipated for May 2022. The first two episodes of Obi-Wan Kenobi, which will premiere on May 27, will be available on the service. Ewan McGregor (Halston) will recapitulate his role as a Jedi Knight and reveal what happened to him between Episode IV: A New Hope and Order 66. Joel Edgerton (The Underground Railroad) as Uncle Owen, Hayden Christensen as Darth Vader, Rupert Friend (Anatomy of a Scandal), Kumail Nanjiani (Eternals), Sung Kang, and Moses Ingram will join McGregor in the Star Wars series.
In addition, on May 20, Disney+ will premiere Chip’ N Dale: Rescue Rangers, a meta-reboot of the ’80s and ‘90s kids’ show. As a result, here is our testimonial for the finest performances and movies to watch in May 2022. As usual, they’re all part of your Netflix Originals membership.
10. Life Below Zero: Season Eighteen
Life Below Zero° (formatted as Life Below Zero° on the title card) is a documentary television series that depicts Alaskan subsistence hunters’ daily and seasonal routines. There’s a National Geographic channel for this BBC Studios-produced show. Moreover, according to a recent announcement, the Eighteenth season will premiere on May 4, 2022. It follows the lives of Alaskans who live in the remotest parts of the state, relying on the land for their survival and producing money through various entrepreneurial endeavors.
9. Disney Gallery: The Book Of Boba Fett
Disney has announced that “Disney Gallery: The Book of Boba Fett,” a new Disney+ Original, will be launched on Star Wars Day, May 4th, 2022, following the popularity of “Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian.” Back on Tatooine, with mercenary Fennec Shand, the famed bounty hunter returns to claim the region once controlled by Jabba the Hutt in this behind-the-scenes look. Using never-before-seen footage, pioneering technology, and the practical effects that brought it all to life, filmmakers, cast, and crew unveil all in this informative new special.
8. Bad Boys
The upcoming Ms. Marvel series for Disney Plus has acquired Bad Boys For Life filmmakers Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah to its helming lineup. Known as Kamala Khan in the comics, Ms. Marvel is a Pakistani teenage girl who is also an Inhuman and the first Muslim character to have her series in the Marvel Universe. The character specifically idolizes Caral Danvers, a.k.a. Captain Marvel, and took up the name to tribute to her favorite hero. Last year it was formally reported that a Ms. Marvel series was in development at Disney Plus. Since then, all we’ve had are rumors about who might be joining the cast. However, we now know who will be in charge of the project’s direction.
7. D. Wade: Life Unexpected
Filmmaker and close friend of Dwyane Wade, Bob Metelus, directs and produces D. Wade: Life Unexpected, a documentary about Wade’s final season in the NBA, in which he examines his on-and-off-court experiences, as well as his personal and professional triumphs and failures throughout his illustrious career. Newly unearthed home movies, private video diaries, and verité material taken over a decade form the basis of the film. Sam Pollard (Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning producer) and Justin Wilkes (President of Imagine Documentaries) produced the film alongside Imagine Entertainment Chairman Brian Grazer and Ron Howard, along with Sam Pollard.
Newly-released American musical comedy film Sneakerella starring Tamara Chestna, Mindy Stern, George Gore II, and Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum as the director of photography. Chosen Jacobs and Lexi Underwood will star in this retelling of the famous Cinderella story. His best buddy Sami and his Fairy Godfather help him realize his dream of being the best sneaker designer in the world after falling in love with Kira King, daughter of basketball star Darius King and sneaker mogul.
5. Alice’s Wonderland Bakery: Season One
A computer-animated television series based on the 1951 Disney animated film Alice in Wonderland, Alice’s Wonderland Bakery aired on Disney Junior on February 9, 2022, and is produced by Disney Television Animation. On the same day as the premiere, the first six episodes of the series were made available on Disney+ in select countries early. The series follows Alice, a teenage baker at the Wonderland Bakery, the great-granddaughter of the real Alice Pleasance Liddell. Fergie, the white rabbit, Hattie, and Rosa, the Princess of Hearts, accompany her on her culinary journeys around the realm.
It has a teapot form. Some of Wonderland Bakery’s kitchen equipment is animated, including the oven and mixer. Anyone entering the bakery’s pantry will seem as though they are floating in space because it is a vertical tunnel with shelves on either side where the bakery’s ingredients are stored.
4. The Chicken Squad: Season One
A new children’s television series based on Doreen Cronin’s Chicken Squad books, The Chicken Squad, launched in May of 2021 on Disney Junior. Yvette Nicole Brown, Ramone Hamilton, Gabriella Graves, and Maxwell Simkins are cast members of the television series. Renee Sands, a former Kids Incorporated star, sings the show’s theme song. An animated television series based on Doreen Cronin’s best-selling children’s book series follows a trio of young chicken siblings who utilize teamwork and critical thinking abilities to solve problems and maintain peace in their neighborhood.
3. The Wizard Of Paws: Season Two
As an animal orthotist, the story goes about Derrick Campana, who manufactures prosthetics for pets and sanctuary animals on the BYU TV reality show The Wizard of Paws. The first season aired in April 2020, while the second season launched in 2021. The show is licensed to Nat Geo Wild. Campana began working on human prostheses in 2002 and continued for several years. Animal OrthoCare, the company he created in 2005 and sold in the decade following, remains a joint venture with him, as does his prosthetics-focused Bionic Pets. In addition, it was on the Animal Planet show Dodo Heroes in 2018 that Campana made her debut.
2. Marvel Studios: Assembled—The Making Of Moon Knight
Disney+’s anthology series Marvel Studios: Assembled is a collection of one-hour specials produced for the network’s streaming service. During Phase Four, each Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) television series and film special has interviews with the showrunners and directors and behind-the-scenes footage from the production of the respective series or film. The show’s debut date was set for February 2021, when it was first announced. When Marvel Studios: Assembled premiered in 2021, it was followed by the release of a new episode of a Disney+ series or the release of a new film on Disney+. There were many excellent comments on the presentation of each project, especially in terms of the technological features and franchise connections.
1. Moon Knight: Season Finale
Moon Knight is an American television miniseries produced by Jeremy Slater for Disney+ based on the Marvel Comics superhero of the same name. In the MCU, this is Marvel Studios’ sixth television series, continuing the film franchise’s storylines. Mohamed Diab heads the directing crew, with Slater as the film’s main writer. After its March 30 premiere, Moon Knight will have six episodes airing till May 4, 2022. Phase Four of the MCU includes it. The series has gotten excellent reviews with Isaac and Hawke’s performances and the darker tone compared to other MCU shows. Dissociative identity disorder (DID) sufferer Marc Spector is lured into a fatal mystery involving Egyptian gods with his various alters, such as Steven Grant.
As a result, we’ve compiled a list of the unique Disney Plus programs scheduled to debut in May 2022. Disney Plus’ whole May 2022 movie and TV show roster may be seen here.
Available May 4
Life Below Zero: Season Eighteen
Disney Gallery: The Book Of Boba Fett
Moon Knight: Season Finale
Available May 11
The Chicken Squad: Season One
The Wizard Of Paws: Season Two
Marvel Studios: Assembled—The Making Of Moon Knight
Just Like Me: Season One & Two
Mira, Royal Detective: Season Two
Something Bit Me!: Season One
Available May 13
Available May 18
Alice’s Wonderland Bakery: Season One
I Cavalieri Di Castelcorvo: Season One
Secrets Of The Zoo: Season Five
Available May 20
Chip’ N Dale: Rescue Rangers (2022)
Available May 27
Hubble’s Cosmic Journey
D. Wade: Life Unexpected
Obi-Wan Kenobi – Episode 101 & 102
Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime and Hulu movies and TV series will be featured on our website if you missed our April 2022 compilation of all the shows. In addition, as the month progresses, we may see other Disney Plus releases in May 2022. We’ll be uploading fresh releases every day for the next month to keep this post current.