Disney+ just dropped a lot of goodies for subscribers to find this Easter week. In addition to new episodes of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier andThe Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, there’s tons of new library additions including the made-for-TV Ewoks movies, the film that inspired Disneyland’s Matterhorn (Third Man on the Mountain), two Night at the Museum films and a whole lot more! Don’t forget to check out our highlights section for a list of Easter-themed content and be sure to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Darkwing Duck. Whatever you choose to stream this week, we hope it’s magical.
The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers – “Dusters”
“Evan is skeptical of Alex’s unique approach to coaching as the team gets ready for its first game.”
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – “Power Broker”
“Sam and Bucky go to a criminal safe haven to find information about the Super Soldier serum.”
New on Disney+
James MacArthur and Janet Munroe star in this 1959 adventure film that famously inspired Walt Disney to build his Matterhorn at Disneyland.
Inspired by the stories of Jules Verne, this 1974 Disney adventure inspired a restaurant at Disneyland Paris.
History comes to life in this family comedy about a security guard on a night shift at an enchanted museum.
The second film in the franchise adds even more historical figures in a rapidly growing cast.
Steve Martin, Owen Wilson and Jack Black star in this 20th Century Studios comedy about competing bird watchers.
A 1984 made-for-TV movie set on the moon of Endor starring the Ewoks from Star Wars.
A 1985 sequel to Caravan of Courage.
The first Star Wars animated series aired on ABC from 1985 to 1986.
A 9-minute animated segment from Star Wars Holiday Special that served as the introduction of Boba Fett.
Genndy Tartakovsky’s 2003 microseries arrives on Disney+ in two packaged volumes.
All 3 seasons of Disney XD’s series about a team of practical jokers.
Secrets of Sulphur Springs – “No Time Like the Present”
“Griffin and Harper travel back to 1962.“
Disney Junior’s 2004 animated series about community helpers.
This documentary examines how climate change is changing the way of life for the Inuit peoples.
National Geographic takes viewers inside factories to learn how modern goods like sneakers, helicopters and Teslas are made.
Secrets of the Zoo
The 4th season of Nat Geo WILD’s popular series arrives on Disney+.
Scientists find the secret breeding ground of tiger sharks in this TV special.
30th Anniversary – Darkwing Duck
The “Terror that flaps in the night” brought action and adventure to the Disney Afternoon for the first time on April 6th, 1991.
Easter on Disney+
When Rabbit gets carried away with spring cleaning, he neglects his Easter Bunny duties, disappointing eager Roo.
A rescue mission turns into the world’s first egg hunt.
The following episodes feature the Simpson family having some Easter fun!
Celebrate With Disney Bunnies
For the month of April, Disney+ will celebrate Earth Month with a curated collection of documentaries, series, and films from Walt Disney, Disneynature and National Geographic.
- Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom
- Born Wild: The Next Generation
- America's National Parks
- Wild Yellowstone
- The Flood
- Before the Flood
- Planet of the Birds
- Sea of Hope: America's Underwater Treasures
- Kingdom of the White Wolf
- Tree Climbing Lions
- Hostile Planet
- Wild Russia
- One Strange Rock
- Giants of the Deep Blue
- Kingdom of the Blue Whale
- Great Migrations
- Earth Live
- Winged Seduction: Birds of Paradise
- Into the Grand Canyon
This Week’s Holidays
Every day’s a holiday and you can celebrate all of them on Disney+!
- Friday, April 2nd – World Autism Awareness Day – Pixar’s Loop
- Saturday, April 3rd – Find a Rainbow Day – The Muppet Movie
- Sunday, April 4th – Easter – Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo
- Monday, April 5th – First Contact Day – Flight of the Navigator
- Tuesday, April 6th – Siamese Cat Day – Lady and the Tramp
- Wednesday, April 7th – World Health Day – Big Hero 6
- Thursday, April 8th – National Dog Fighting Awareness Day – Pixar’s Kitbull
Alex joined the Laughing Place team in 2014 and has been a lifelong Disney fan. His main beats for LP are Disney-branded movies, TV shows, books, music and toys. He recently became a member of the Television Critics Association (TCA).