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What's Coming to Disney+ in March 2020

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By Beca Dalimonte

Disney's new streaming service offers a wide variety of what the company has to offer from its animated classics to a number of its titles in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to some National Geographic documentaries sure to engage curious young minds.

In March, the Disney+ library will be expanding to include some well-known titles in addition to offering brand new original shows and one original movie. The most notable addition? Marvel's Black Panther which will be making the move from Netflix on March 4th.

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In addition to Black Panther, the streaming site will also be adding the Blue Sky Studios film Ice Age, a classic animated film that the company acquired in their deal with 20th Century Fox, on March 1st and the 2018 fantasy film A Wrinkle in Time on March 25th.

There will also be continuing episodes of the Disney+ series Diary of a Future President, One Day at Disney, Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings, and the child-focused crafting show Disney Family Sundays.

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Disney will also be launching its very own cooking show next month, titled Be Our Chef. The show will be full of Disney-inspired dishes sure to inspire fans at home and will be visited by a number of special celebrity guests.

If cooking shows aren't your thing, Disney+ will also be launching an all new series about a colorful and offbeat girl named Susan "Stargirl" Caraway and Leo Borlock, a shy teen who would rather blend in with others at their Arizona High School. The coming of age series is titled Stargirl and is based on the Jerry Spinelli book of the same name.

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The premiere of Be Our Chef will release March 27th, while you can begin watching the first installment of Stargirl on March 13th.

Titles like G-Force, Bedtime Stories, The Finest Hours, and season 2 of Big Hero 6: the Series will also be appearing through the month and offer some new old favorites for fans who have had the service since it launched in November.

Disney+ has big shoes to fill in competing with streaming giant Netflix, but its more than proven its worth with acclaimed original series like The Mandalorian.


March will also bring the continuation of the animated series Star Wars: the Clone Wars, which will begin its long awaited final season on February 21st. The series has attempted to answer the question of what happened between the events of 2002's Attack of the Clones and 2005's Revenge of the Sith and has given surprising new depth to a number of well-known Star Wars figures over the course of its first six seasons.

"I tried to do things that honored what we had been doing on this series when I was working with George [Lucas]," said supervising director Dave Filoni. "At the same time, I knew this had to have a sense of completion."

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