Indiana Jones and more to stream on Disney+ this week (Dec. 1)

Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) in Lucasfilm's Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. ©2022 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All Rights Reserved.
Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) in Lucasfilm's Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. ©2022 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All Rights Reserved. /

It’s time to put away those turkeys and get ready to hang the tinsel at least, it feels that way as a Disney+ user.

In the middle of November, we got a lot of awesome Christmas content but it did feel a bit early since Thanksgiving hadn’t happened yet. Now that Turkey day over, we can all rejoice and put on Christmas sweaters.

Then again if you’re a Disney+ streamer, then you’ve probably already got a full queue of what to watch this week, next, and every day up until Christmas. Thankfully, the platform is always adding more content including new episodes of The Santa Clauses and even a Mickey Christmas special.

Regardless if you’ve decked the halls or just want something cheery to put on while decorating, then you can’t go wrong with something from Disney+.

Let’s begin with November releases before getting into the December releases as Friday is the start of December. On November 28, we’re getting another episode of Dancing With the Stars which is always something to be excited about. Then on the 29th, we’re getting another episode of The Santa Clauses as mentioned along with episodes from season 21 of Life Below Zero, and six episodes from season 1 of Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin.

The final November release is also coming on Nov. 29 and that’s Mickey’s Christmas Tales which is a collection of shorts. Moving onto December, there’s a lot to be excited about and the month only just started. On December 1, we’re getting Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny along with the premieres of Timeless Heroes: Indiana Jones & Harrison Ford and The Shepherd.

As you can see, the end of November to the beginning of December gives us a lot to be excited about. I mean what’s not to love?! We’ll be able to enjoy some Christmas content along with the new Indian Jones and an homage to his character and the beloved actor who plays him.

This is just the beginning of December, too, so there are a lot of new shows and movies to look forward to. Let’s just hope we have enough time between baking cookies, shopping for presents, and snuggling up on the couch.

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