It's been nearly two months since the new streaming platform entered our lives and our homes. They gave us tons of content to end the year with a bang and the new year is looking bright with so many fresh shows. The Disney+ new content in 2020 includes Lizzie McGuire, Toy Story 4, and The Mandalorian season two. 

A minute-long YouTube video posted by Disney showcased what's coming to the service in the next 12 months.

The content includes "the biggest blockbusters and originals" and they showed snippets of Diary of a Future President, Short Circuit: Experimental Films, Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Stargirl.

Also shown is Penguins, Dolphin Reef, Elephant, Secret Society of Second Born Royals, Rogue Trip, Becoming, Marvel Studio WandaVision, Muppets Now, Aladdin, and The Lion King. 

But one new series stole the show. Lizzie McGuire popped her head into the open window of a car to an unidentified man and said, "Hi. It's me".  

There weren't any other sneak peeks from the reboot but that two-second long snippet was enough to get our hearts racing for the show coming this year.

So far, the same four family members are confirmed to be returning: Robert Carradine, Hallie Todd, Jake Thomas, and of course Hilary Duff. Adam Lamberg will reprise his role as Lizzie's BFF Gordo.

Disney+ users will also get their hands on Toy Story 4 which came out in theatres this year in June. It will be joining the first three movies which are already available for unlimited viewing on the streaming platform. 

The spinoff short film called Lamp Life is part of the Toy Story franchise and will follow the adventures of Bo Peep who hasn't been seen since the second sequel.

Baby Yoda lovers will be satisfied to know that a second season of The Mandalorian was confirmed in the video as well. The show's creator, Jon Favreau, shared an announcement in November with the Instagram caption saying, "Greetings from the set of #TheMandalorian season 2".

Check out the full video from Disney+ below.


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