With fall being well underway and winter being literally right around the corner, it's becoming harder and harder to find the will to get out of bed in the morning or leave your house at all for that matter. When the snow starts to fall, a lot of people pack away their clubbing attire and trade their wild Friday nights for cozy weekends at home, binge-watching their favourite shows and movies while trying to stay warm. For a lot of people, the go-to streaming service is Netflix, but that's about to change. Disney+ Canada content list keeps growing ahead of November launch date.

It feels as though it's been forever since Disney+ was first announced, but now, after months of waiting, the new streaming service is finally launching on November 12 in Canada and the U.S.

In true Disney fashion, the content lineup for Disney+ will include a ton of your childhood favourite movies, but of course, there's plenty of new content to look forward to too, including a Lizzie McGuire reboot.

Earlier today, October 30, Disney+ announced that they have even more original content coming our way, and from the looks of things, it's going to give you some major nostalgia.

First up on the list of new content is a series called Forky Asks a Question, starring the beloved Forky from Toy Story 4. In this short but adorable series, Forky will be giving the audience answers to some of life's most important questions such as, "what is love?" and "what is time?".

The second new series is called Pixar IRL and will bring some of your favourite characters into the real world to play mischevious pranks on people for the audience's amusement.

Disney+'s final announcement of the day is another series called SparkShorts, which will include several short films made by talent from all across Pixar studios. Titles of these short films include FloatSmash and Grab, and Wind.

Some of these short films will be available on November 12, when Disney+ launches, but others will be released in the months after, as the service continues to put out even more new content.


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