The best shows and movies to stream on Disney Plus in February 2020

Will the month of February bring any action and adventure to the rather dull Disney Plus? Let’s find out!

Currently, there’s not much happening over at Disney Plus. Like…at all. In the beginning, the hype was loud. Disney fans couldn’t wait to dive head first into nostalgia, while also checking our newer programs and movies such as Noel and The Mandalorian. The latter was a fun surprise and Disney Plus’ first hit. Now that the series is over, though, things are awfully slow there.

Each week, we report on what’s streaming on Disney Plus. Unfortunately, other than one or two mediocre programs, not much is going on. Many Disney fans agree that, while it’s fun and convenient to have access to Disney movie favorites, they regret subscribing so quickly and would have rather waited until more movies and shows (such as the upcoming Marvel series) premiered.

MORE: 10 movies and TV shows to watch on Netflix in February

Whether or not you believe you Disney Plus subscription is worth the $6.99 a month or not, we still have a long wait before the anticipated Marvel shows premiere. Until then, here’s what you can stream on Disney + in Feb. 2020:

  • Big Business (Feb. 1)
  • The Sandlot (Feb. 1)
  • Around the World in 80 Days (Feb. 1)
  • Wicked Tuna Season 1 and Season 2 (Feb. 1)
  • Descendants 3 (Feb. 1)
  • Toy Story 4 (Feb. 5)
  • Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made (Feb. 7)
  • Old Dogs (Feb. 9)
  • My Dog, My Thief (Feb. 14)
  • Splash (Feb. 14)
  • Cheaper by the Dozen (Feb. 14)
  • Because of Winn Dixie (Feb. 14)
  • Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief (Feb. 14)
  • Marvel’s Iron Man and Hulk: Heroes United (Feb. 16)
  • Unlikely Animal Friends Season 1 and Season 2 (Feb. 21)
  • Marvel Rising: Playing with Fire (Feb. 21)
  • Star Wars: Resistance (Feb. 25)
  • Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars (Feb. 28)
  • Marvel’s Future Avengers (Feb. 28)
  • Shop Class (Feb. 28)

As I said, not much, huh? The wait continues! The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is expected late 2020, WandaVision will arrive earlier than that, sometime in the fall, but we won’t see Loki until early 2021.

How do you feel about Disney Plus so far? Are you still enjoying it or do you wish it had more content available? In my humble opinion, the launch date should have been closer to the release date of the most anticipated shows, but I digress!

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Is there something on the list above you are excited to watch? Let us know in the comments!