Disney+’s Trending Titles Right Now Includes So Many Classics You Grew Up Watching
Nothing beats a comforting classic.
Here's what others are loving! The trending titles on Disney+ reveal what subscribers have been watching recently and there are so many throwbacks. It seems viewers are really into comforting cartoons right now.
The streaming platform launched in North America back in early November, bringing a bunch of content from our childhood back onto TV.
Viewers quickly jumped on the opportunity to binge-watch classics like That's So Raven, Boy Meets World, Lizzie McGuire, and even Kim Possible.
Plus it brought live-action films, marvel movies, and introduced Disney+ Originals.
Each week, the streaming service reveals what popular titles people have been watching.
According to Just Jared, this week the top three trending titles on Disney+ are Frozen II, The Simpsons, and Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Frozen II premiered in theatres in November and Global News claims the sequel dropped three months early on Disney+ on March 17.
In second place came The Simpsons, currently on its 31st season on TV. It's been airing since 1989 and it seems that viewers of all ages can enjoy the classic cartoon. After all, with over two dozen seasons, you'll have weeks or even months worth of binge-watching the series to enjoy.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars is an adventure animated series created by George Lucas that first premiered in 2008. IMDb claims that the final season began streaming on Disney+ in February.
Other popular titles this week that will give you all of the nostalgia are Toy Story, Ratatouille, Cars, Phineas & Ferb, and Jessie.
All hail the iconic original Toy Story that came out back in 1995 and certainly impressed with a perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes. Now that there are another three sequels you can catch on Disney+, it's the perfect franchise for a movie marathon day.
Close behind in the ratings with a 96% on Rotten Tomatoes comes Ratatouille, the 2007 movie about a rat that cooks. There's just something about animated characters that normally shouldn't be able to talk that is so amusing and comforting.
That also includes the cast of Cars, featuring familiar voices from Owen Wilson, Bonnie Hunt, and Larry The Cable Guy among tons more. It premiered back in 2006 and has a 75% Rotten Tomatoes score, so it seems that viewers still love to be entertained by talking automobiles.
Over in TV shows, subscribers have been binge-watching the four seasons available of Phineas & Ferb. The series premiered 13 years ago and has a whopping 96% audience score, so this is a fitting lighthearted series to pop on when you're in need of a smile.
You could also sink your teeth into the four seasons of Jessie that other Disney+ viewers have been loving this week. With a 100% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, the 2011 series might be just what you need to relax to.
Just Jared writes that other popular titles this week include Avengers: Endgame, Puppy Dog Pals, Stargirl, and Black Panther.
If you can't find anything that tickles your fancy here, the new content onwill give you a mix of fresh shows and movies, as well as so many iconic throwbacks.