With Disney+ getting closer to its launch, the company continues to announce which programs will be joining the streaming platform. This week, it was revealed that European hits 101 Dalmatian Street and BBC’s Bluey would be coming to Disney+.

What’s happening:

  • During a recent press conference at the Annecy International Animation Festival in France, Disney announced that shows, 101 Dalmatian Street and Bluey would have a home on the streamer.
  • Both series have been a hit with audiences in Europe and soon fans around the world will be able to experience these adventures.
  • With canines as the main characters, there’s no doubt young animal lovers will enjoy spending time with these playful  pups.

101 Dalmatian Street:

  • D23 shared the news in their recap of announcements from Annecy and notes, “the series, follows the story of Dylan, Dolly, and their 97 younger puppy siblings.”

Bluey:

  • Disney Family writes, “Bluey just might be your pre-schooler’s new favorite pup.”
  • The show will be released in the U.S. on Disney Junior and Disney+.

About Bluey:

  • “The series follows Bluey, an inexhaustible six-year-old Blue Heeler dog. Full of imagination and big dreams, Bluey loves to turn everyday family life into extraordinary adventures.”

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