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What’s Coming to Disney+ in June 2020

What’s Coming to Disney+ in June 2020

By Simon Hung

June is here, which means sunshine and warm weather, but it's always okay if you'd prefer to stay inside where it's air conditioned and stream some Disney+.

It's a lighter month of new releases, but one notable title is Artemis Fowl, which was originally planned for theatrical release this summer but will premiere on Disney+ instead. Plus, after months of fan complaints, you can now watch classic episodes of The Simpsons in their original 4:3 aspect ratio instead of the cropped 16:9 widescreen ratio by toggling the new "Remastered Aspect Ratio" option on the show details page.

Here's everything that's streaming on Disney+ in June 2020.

June 5

  • Alaska's Grizzly Gauntlet (Season 1)
  • America's Greatest Animals
  • Be Our Chef (Season 1 Finale – "The Spectacular")
  • Chasing the Equinox
  • Disney Family Sundays (Season 1, Episode 31 – "101 Dalmatians: Onesie")
  • Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian (Season 1, Episode 6 – "Visualization")
  • Disney Insider (Season 1, Episode 6 – "Artemis Adventure, Taste of Disney, Runaway Railway")
  • Howie Mandel's Animals Doing Things (Seasons 1-2)
  • It's a Dog's Life with Bill Farmer (Season 1, Episode 4 – "Disaster Rescue Dogs & A Dog Mayor")
  • One Day At Disney (Season 1, Episode 27 – "George Montano: Plasterer")
  • Secrets of Wild India (Season 1)
  • The Greeks (Season 1)
  • Weird But True! (Seasons 1-2)
  • Wild Hawaii (Season 1)
  • Women of Impact: Changing the World

June 12

  • Artemis Fowl
  • Disney Family Sundays (Season 1, Episode 32 – "Winnie the Pooh: Bag Toss")
  • Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian (Season 1, Episode 7 – "Score")
  • It's a Dog's Life with Bill Farmer (Season 1, Episode 5 – "The Surfing Corgi & Bee Dogs")
  • Mighty Med (Seasons 1-2)
  • One Day At Disney (Season 1, Episode 28 – "Scot Drake: Imagineering Creative")
  • The Liberty Story
  • The Story of the Animated Drawing
  • Walt & El Grupo

June 19

  • 101 Dalmatians (1997) (Season 1)
  • Big Sur: Wild California
  • Disney Family Sundays (Season 1, Episode 33 – "Monsters, Inc. Water Bottles")
  • Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian (Season 1 Finale – "Connections")
  • It's a Dog's Life with Bill Farmer (Season 1, Episode 6 – "Stunt Dogs & Water Rescue Dogs")
  • Muppet Babies Play Date (Season 1)
  • One Day At Disney (Season 1, Episode 29 – "Candice Valdez: Radio Disney Host")
  • Schoolhouse Rock (Season 1)
  • Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy

June 26

  • Disney Family Sundays (Season 1, Episode 34 – "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs")
  • Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2
  • It's a Dog's Life with Bill Farmer (Season 1, Episode 7 – "Detective Dogs & Truffle Hunting Dogs")
  • Man in Space
  • Mars and Beyond
  • One Day At Disney (Season 1, Episode 30 – "Marc Smith: Story Artist")
  • Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief
  • Raven's Home (Season 3)
  • Tarzan
  • Tarzan II

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Source: Disney

14 Comments

    • I'm still miffed by what happened with The Wardstone Chronicles that morphed into 7th Son. That was a truly abysmal adaptation. I absolutely loved those books and put many another onto them. Maybe they could do them as a TV series and forget about the film, such as they did with Buffy The Vampire Slayer long ago. But we'll have to see how Artemis turns out...
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    • DougO wrote: I'm still miffed by what happened with The Wardstone Chronicles that morphed into 7th Son. That was a truly abysmal adaptation. I absolutely loved those books and put many another onto them. Maybe they could do them as a TV series and forget about the film, such as they did with Buffy The Vampire Slayer long ago. But we'll have to see how Artemis turns out...
      That movie (I should say franchise) had so much potential, and I was actually hyped for the movie when they announced it, as I was a fan of the books too. Looking back, I still don't understand how they could take that franchise and turn it into *that* movie.
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    • My kid's stopped watching half way through. All I can say is the story skipped and the plot felt half-baked.l, almost nonsensical.

      So exactly why is humankind a threat? Seems like humans are fairly primitive to me.
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    • I glanced at an article outlining differences between the film and the book(s)
      The clumsy (IMO) mcguffin is an invention of the film
      IIRC the book protag isn't so supremely confident (not mentioned in the film but possibly on the keto diet)
      OTOH the tentative hero has been done in probably every YA adaptation since Potter
      I'm not sure what's the benefit of having the narrative being recalled by another character
      So many fantasy/scifi movies, there's no original design work going on -- there's only so many ways to do a centaur or an ogre I suppose but magical beings using phaser rifles?
      I get it, Potter did wands and guns are cool but there must be something new under the sun -- laser sling shot?
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    • I watched it yesterday and it was meh and I usually am pretty tolerant with movies. There was nothing that kept me interested. After about a 3rd way into the movie, I just wanted to finish it.

      The trailers looked good but I am glad I watched it on Disney +.

      His last name really describes the movie perfectly.
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    • this movie is for kids, not adults. i doubt they care about the review of an adult
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    • oicthat2013 wrote: this movie is for kids, not adults. i doubt they care about the review of an adult
      Even my kids (6 & 8) found it boring. Lol
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    • oicthat2013 wrote: this movie is for kids, not adults. i doubt they care about the review of an adult
      You must have a very low opinion of kids.
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