Doctor Who and more to stream on Disney+ this week (Dec. 11-15)

Neil Patrick Harris in Doctor Who.
Neil Patrick Harris in Doctor Who. /

When you’re doing something tedious like writing up Christmas cards or wrapping gifts, you want Disney+ in your corner.

Week in and week out, the platform is adding new content and there is always plenty of different options. While the streamer has added a lot of holiday content already, you’ll still be able to enjoy some other shows and movies including episodes of Doctor Who, Dancing with the Stars and even, a Christmas special.

While it might not be as festive as the past few weeks, you’ll be able to find something to enjoy. Honestly, that’s the beauty of Disney+ as the platform always has something to fall back on.

No matter if you’re watching something with the kiddos, have teenagers, or just want to enjoy some shows by yourself, Disney+ will make sure you’re set this winter.

If you’re struggling to plan your weekend, then let Disney+ do it for you as this week’s lineup is something to get excited about.

  • Doctor Who: The Giggle (Dec. 9)
  • Science Fair: The Series complete season 1 (Dec. 11)
  • The Curse of Oak Island season 2 episodes (Dec. 13)
  • Dance Moms complete seasons 3-6 and 8 (Dec. 13)
  • Kliff season 1 episodes (Dec. 13)
  • Mickey Mouse Funhouse season 3 episodes (Dec. 13)
  • PJ Masks: Power Heroes Music Videos Shorts, 5 episodes (Dec. 13)
  • PJ Masks: Power Heroes season 1 episodes (Dec. 13)
  • Soundtrack #2: Episodes 3 and 4 (Dec. 13)
  • CMA Country Christmas Special (Dec. 15)

I really do have to give Disney+ kudos because each week, the platform adds a good mix of content for both adults and kids of all ages. No doubt a lot of viewers were looking forward to Doctor Who: The Giggle, full seasons of Dance Moms or even, some new episodes of PJ Masks. 

Plus to finish off the weekend, you can get in the Christmas spirit with CMA Country Christmas Special. No matter what you’re in the mood for, you’ll find something this week on Disney+.

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