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What’s Coming to Disney+ in July 2020

What’s Coming to Disney+ in July 2020

By Simon Hung

Welcome to July, where things are slowly returning to normal, including your annual summer routine of avoiding the heat to stream your favourite shows online.

One of the most highly-anticipated titles of 2020 comes to Disney+ this month with Hamilton, as the filmed version of the hit Broadway musical will premiere on July 3 – sign-up for Disney+ now to stream the entire musical and much more, starting at $8.99 per month (free trials were nixed earlier this month).

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

July 3

  • Animal ER (Seasons 1-2)
  • Disney Family Sundays (Season 1, Episode 35 – "Peter Pan: Shadow Box Theater")
  • Hamilton (Premiere)
  • Ice Road Rescue (Seasons 1-4)
  • It's a Dog's Life with Bill Farmer (Season 1, Episode 8 – "Movie Star Dogs & Hounds and Horses")
  • One Day At Disney (Season 1, Episode 31 – "Zama Magudulela: The Lion King Madrid, Spain")
  • Pixar in Real Life (Season 1, Episode 9 – "UP: Balloon Cart Away")

July 10

  • Critter Fixers: Country Vets (Season 1)
  • Disney Family Sundays (Season 1, Episode 36 – "Lilo and Stitch: Family Tree")
  • Gigantosaurus (Season 1)
  • It's a Dog's Life with Bill Farmer (Season 1, Episode 9 – "Avalanche Rescue Dogs & the Beagle Brigade")
  • One Day at Disney (Season 1, Episode 32 – "Tony Salvaggio: Park Decorator")
  • Secrets of the Zoo (Season 3)
  • Solo: A Star Wars Story

July 17

  • A Pre-Opening Report from Disneyland
  • Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul
  • Disney Family Sundays (Season 1, Episode 37 – "Moana: Tomato Photo Holder")
  • Disney Junior Music Lullabies
  • It's a Dog's Life with Bill Farmer (Season 1 Finale – "Snake Search Dogs & Hawaiian Conservation Dogs")
  • Lost City of Machu Picchu
  • One Day At Disney (Season 1, Episode 33 – "Mike Davie: Imagineering Project Manager")
  • Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! (Seasons 1-2)
  • The Mousketeers at Walt Disney World
  • Wild Chile (Season 1)

July 24

  • Disney Family Sundays (Season 1, Episode 38 – "The Jungle Book: Finger Puppet")
  • One Day At Disney (Season 1, Episode 34 – "Chris Cristi: Helicopter Reporter")
  • Wild Congo (Season 1)
  • Wild Sri Lanka (Season 1)

July 31

  • Alaska Animal Rescue (Season 1)
  • Animal Showdown (Season 1)
  • Best Job Ever (Season 1)
  • Big Cat Games
  • Cradle of the Gods
  • Destination World (Season 1)
  • Disney Family Sundays (Season 1, Episode 39 – "Mickey and Minnie: Pillows")
  • Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet (Season 8)
  • Fearless Adventures with Jack Randall (Season 1)
  • Hidden Kingdoms of China
  • Hunt for the Abominable Snowman
  • India's Wild Leopards
  • Jungle Animal Rescue (Season 1)
  • King Fishers (Season 1)
  • Lost Temple of the Inca
  • Marvel Funko (Seasons 1-2)
  • Muppets Now (Season 1 Premiere – "Due Date")
  • One Day At Disney (Season 1, Episode 35 – "Ryan Meinerding: Marvel Studios Creative Director")
  • Surviving the Mount St. Helens Disaster
  • Weirdest, Bestest, Truest (Season 1)
  • What Sam Sees (Season 1)

Sign up for Disney+ now and start streaming your favourite movies and shows for just $8.99 per month or $89.99 per year.

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Source: Disney

31 Comments

    • Awesome.
      Was very much hoping they would do something like this.
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    • Very cool. I was supposed to have seen it in March, but well, you know...
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    • Wifey and I are excited for this.
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    • Hey Disney plus,when is the time/date to watch Mulan? Nobody will ever go to the movie theater to watch due to the global pandemic,if of course they are wise enough!
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    • Watched like ten minutes of it. Liking it so far.
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    • Going to watch it tonight.

      What's a good audio setting for the good ol' 5.1 system?
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    • damn i don’t remember this being so long 😂

      the usa version is so much better 🥰
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    • Watching this now, it's an inventive, creative way to tell history with good performances but it's too long and at times boring for me. King George made me laugh.
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    • Watched last night on my projector with the Dolby Atmos track. I loved the staging, loved the king, (Christoph from the Frozen movies) liked the songs too. I will admit some of the sync was off sound wise when I was watching, but it might be from them matching the sync of the 2 shows being used for the film. So it threw me off a bit, but overall I very much enjoyed and hope to see more musicals make it to film . . . .or at least the stage show recordings
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    • Invader Gir wrote: Watched last night on my projector with the Dolby Atmos track. I loved the staging, loved the king, (Christoph from the Frozen movies) liked the songs too. I will admit some of the sync was off sound wise when I was watching, but it might be from them matching the sync of the 2 shows being used for the film. So it threw me off a bit, but overall I very much enjoyed and hope to see more musicals make it to film . . . .or at least the stage show recordings
      I watch up to the intermission. I'll watch the other half tonight.

      I tried it in THX just for the fun of it. Too much bass. LOL... I decided to just watch it in the native DD signal.
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    • loved it, but having seen 3 different companies perform this, this one really grated on me, particularly Aaron Burr. I did not like that performer's voice at all.
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    • I'm now debating whether to hold on to tickets for the Ottawa performance in December if it's postponed. Had Mirvish tickets that were recently refunded.

      Not sure if the live performance will add much to the experience. The Disney+ stream was that good. The dialogue was very witty and fast paced. I highly recommend watching with closed captioning.
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    • sandav wrote: I'm now debating whether to hold on to tickets for the Ottawa performance in December if it's postponed. Had Mirvish tickets that were recently refunded.

      Not sure if the live performance will add much to the experience. The Disney+ stream was that good. The dialogue was very witty and fast paced. I highly recommend watching with closed captioning.
      Live theatre and TV are different experiences IMO. Would you consider watching a travel video of NYC/Paris/Tokyo the same as going there?
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    • gr8dlr wrote: Live theatre and TV are different experiences IMO. Would you consider watching a travel video of NYC/Paris/Tokyo the same as going there?
      Been to many live performances but I'd have to say that with the hi-res large screen tv and great sound quality, it was damned good. Not like the old days.
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    • sandav wrote: Been to many live performances but I'd have to say that with the hi-res large screen tv and great sound quality, it was damned good. Not like the old days.
      It's still not the same. I don't want to live my experiences thru my TV.

      Sitting in good seats at a Basketball game or hockey game is different than watching a game on TV.
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    • Love Daveed Diggs, have been watching Snowpiercer on Netflix and seeing him here, whoa can he sing and dance. Also Jonathan Groff as King George, he can sing too, love him on Netflix's Mindhunter.
      Seems like they're wasting their talent on TV shows.
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    • sandav wrote: Been to many live performances but I'd have to say that with the hi-res large screen tv and great sound quality, it was damned good. Not like the old days.
      Just finished watching.

      Seeing this on a 100' screen, with Shield Pro AI upscaling, and 5.1 sound, was indeed remarkable.
      Have also attended countless live performances (but have not seen this production live), and really enjoyed this experience. I think they did a good job filming (balance of wide angle and close ups).
      Being able to pause and go pee - icing on the cake.
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    • gr8dlr wrote: It's still not the same. I don't want to live my experiences thru my TV.

      Sitting in good seats at a Basketball game or hockey game is different than watching a game on TV.
      Comparing live theatre to live sports is tremendously ridiculous.
      You could be sitting in the best seats, but the game in front of you could turn out to be dull as nails.

      The production we are discussing here is basically the all star cast.
      Hands down to those who had a chance to see this on Broadway during its original run.
      For those who did not have such opportunity - this is a remarkable substitution.
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    • shikotee wrote: Comparing live theatre to live sports is tremendously ridiculous.
      You could be sitting in the best seats, but the game in front of you could turn out to be dull as nails.

      The production we are discussing here is basically the all star cast.
      Hands down to those who had a chance to see this on Broadway during its original run.
      For those who did not have such opportunity - this is a remarkable substitution.
      Took the words right out of my mouth. I agree that the comparison was a false equivalency.
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    • sandav wrote: I'm now debating whether to hold on to tickets for the Ottawa performance in December if it's postponed. Had Mirvish tickets that were recently refunded.

      Not sure if the live performance will add much to the experience. The Disney+ stream was that good. The dialogue was very witty and fast paced. I highly recommend watching with closed captioning.
      shikotee wrote: Just finished watching.

      Seeing this on a 100' screen, with Shield Pro AI upscaling, and 5.1 sound, was indeed remarkable.
      Have also attended countless live performances (but have not seen this production live), and really enjoyed this experience. I think they did a good job filming (balance of wide angle and close ups).
      Being able to pause and go pee - icing on the cake.
      shikotee wrote: Comparing live theatre to live sports is tremendously ridiculous.
      You could be sitting in the best seats, but the game in front of you could turn out to be dull as nails.

      The production we are discussing here is basically the all star cast.
      Hands down to those who had a chance to see this on Broadway during its original run.
      For those who did not have such opportunity - this is a remarkable substitution.
      Watching anything LIVE is not the same as watching it on a TV is the point I was making to @sandav who said now that they've seen the show on Disney +, there is now no need to watch the live production show. IMO it is true for sports as well and it's not as you call it "tremendously ridiculous". You seem to be agreeing with me when you say "Have also attended countless live performances...".

      I'm not always enamored by "all star cast"....there are many live productions I have seen including community based theatre which does not include ALL STAR's and they are every bit as worthy to watch live and appreciate for the fact that it is live.

      Ppl need to get out and enjoy things like LIVE theatre [all of them, not only the All Star ones] because the form of entertainment is slowly dwindling in attendance.
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    • gr8dlr wrote: Watching anything LIVE is not the same as watching it on a TV is the point I was making to @sandav who said now that they've seen the show on Disney +, there is now no need to watch the live production show. IMO it is true for sports as well and it's not as you call it "tremendously ridiculous". You seem to be agreeing with me when you say "Have also attended countless live performances...".

      I'm not always enamored by "all star cast"....there are many live productions I have seen including community based theatre which does not include ALL STAR's and they are every bit as worthy to watch live and appreciate for the fact that it is live.

      Ppl need to get out and enjoy things like LIVE theatre [all of them, not only the All Star ones] because the form of entertainment is slowly dwindling in attendance.
      Best to just move on. No point in beating a dead horse...
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    • gr8dlr wrote: Watching anything LIVE is not the same as watching it on a TV is the point I was making to @sandav who said now that they've seen the show on Disney +, there is now no need to watch the live production show. IMO it is true for sports as well and it's not as you call it "tremendously ridiculous". You seem to be agreeing with me when you say "Have also attended countless live performances...".

      I'm not always enamored by "all star cast"....there are many live productions I have seen including community based theatre which does not include ALL STAR's and they are every bit as worthy to watch live and appreciate for the fact that it is live.

      Ppl need to get out and enjoy things like LIVE theatre [all of them, not only the All Star ones] because the form of entertainment is slowly dwindling in attendance.
      Live theatre and theatre viewed on a TV are obviously NOT the exact same thing.
      I'm not sure anyone is seriously suggesting otherwise.
      I believe the point made was that after seeing this, the need to see this live (with a different cast) isn't as paramount.
      I don't disagree.

      We are discussing a very specific production of Hamilton here - not any other show that you or I have seen.
      Comparing this to other productions you've seen dismisses what is very unique with this production in that it stars the writer, composer, lyricist, and star of the show (as well as a stellar supporting cast).
      Feel free to dismiss this (in order to strengthen your position), but I think that is foolish.
      This isn't to say that no one else can ever put on a decent version of this production - I would imagine the cast of the touring show(s) are quite talented.

      No one here is arguing against going to live theatre.
      The issue at play is that in the present times we live in, there is no live theatre to go see.
      As such - the release of this production has been so much more awesome.
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