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50 best TV shows available on Disney Plus Australia
From animated superhero shows to captivating docu-series, Disney Plus has something for everyone.
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While entertaining blockbusters might be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Disney, the media giant has plenty of TV shows to spare as well. And thanks to streaming service Disney Plus, fans can easily watch them all in 1 place.
With Disney Channel favourites, engaging National Geographic shows and Marvel animated series, the Disney Plus library is full of established hits and hidden gems ready to be discovered. But what to watch? Trying to rank all the content available on the platform would be a worthy challenge, but for now, we're going to rely on crowd wisdom to guide us through.
We decided to list the best Disney Plus TV shows based on a combination of their IMDb score, Rotten Tomatoes score (where available) and a touch of personal preference for good measure. Below you'll find the best titles on the service in no set order. You can't go wrong with any of them.
1. Obi-Wan Kenobi
A highly-anticipated Star Wars miniseries, Obi-Wan Kenobi follows the titular character as he deals with the consequences of Anakin Skywalker turning to the dark side. The Jedi Master is in hiding on Tatooine and looks over a young Luke Skywalker, but has to embark on a dangerous mission to rescue Luke's sister Leia.
This new chapter in the Star Wars saga was worth the wait, giving fans a chance to catch up with one of the most beloved characters in the franchise. Ewan McGregor is excellent throughout.
2. Abbott Elementary
A mockumentary sitcom, Abbott Elementary follows a group of passionate teachers working at a Philadelphia public school. They are determined to help their students succeed, despite the odds not always being in their favour.
The show is clever and funny, with a likeable cast and a whole lot of heart. Stream it when you're in the mood for something uplifting.
3. Moon Knight
A Marvel series, Moon Knight follows a gift shop employee in London who suffers from dissociative identity disorder. He discovers that he shares bodies with a mercenary and soon becomes involved in a mystery surrounding Egyptian gods.
That's keeping the synopsis as simple as possible. Moon Knight is a complex and captivating show with a tremendous performance from Oscar Isaac, who gets the perfect chance to flex his acting muscles. Whether or not you're a Marvel fan, you'll want to check this one out ASAP.
4. Only Murders in the Building
Three neighbours who live in the same fancy New York building discover that they share an obsession for a true crime podcast. So when one of the other residents turns out dead, it's only natural for them to team up and investigate. Despite the death being ruled a suicide, there seems to be more to the victim than meets the eye.
Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez make an irresistible trio, which is reason enough to tune in. Add an intriguing mystery and some excellent character development into the mix and you've got yourself a hit. If you're a fan of Agatha Christie-style whodunits, you'll love this one.
Set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Loki follows the God of Mischief in the aftermath of popular movie Avengers: Endgame. After Loki escapes with the Tesseract, he is captured and brought before the Time Variance Authority, a mysterious organisation that supervises the flow of time. Turns out, they have a mission they want the trickster to help with… or else.
As the name suggests, the show is all about the titular character. What makes him tick? What is he most afraid of? Is he able to shed his power hungry side? Tune in to find out. Creative and well-acted, the show will hook you from episode 1. Plus, it has been renewed for a second season, so we'll get to see more of Loki in the (hopefully near) future.
6. The Dropout
Are you familiar with the story of Theranos? If not, prepare to be mesmerised.
The Dropout stars Amanda Seyfried as Elizabeth Holmes, who drops out of college to revolutionise healthcare. She founds Theranos, a company with tech that only requires a small amount of blood to return accurate test results. Too bad that tech… doesn't quite work as intended. The rest, as they say, is history.
7. The Mandalorian
The first live-action Star Wars series is here. According to both fans and critics, it's absolutely glorious. The Mandalorian is set after the fall of the Empire and follows a lone gunfighter as he makes his way through the outer reaches of the galaxy. The cast includes Pedro Pascal, Carl Weathers, Werner Herzog and Nick Nolte.
The Mandalorian is tied to the Star Wars universe, but it also has its own look and feel since it's basically a western set in space. In other words, it manages to carve out its own identity, regardless of what's come before. Believe the hype. This is an original Disney Plus series, with episodes released weekly on the platform. Are you excited for The Mandalorian season 3?
8. Pam & Tommy
A biographical miniseries, Pam & Tommy chronicles the tumultuous relationship between Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee. It also tackles the 90s sex tape scandal that rocked the world.
The cast is excellent, the production values are through the roof and the story is salacious enough to keep you coming back for more. In short, Pam & Tommy is wildly entertaining.
9. The Book of Boba Fett
Cast: Temuera Morrison, Ming-Na Wen
Rotten Tomatoes score: 86% Fresh
IMDb score: 9.0
A new Star Wars live-action series, The Book of Boba Fett is a treat for fans of this ever-expanding universe.
As the name suggests, the show follows legendary bounty hunter Boba Fett and trusty mercenary Fennec Shand. Together, they navigate the Galaxy's underworld and fight for Jabba the Hutt's old territory. Ambitious and epic, the show will have you hooked from episode one.
10. The Imagineering Story
Crafted with diehard Disney fans in mind, The Imagineering Story offers an in-depth look at the history and creation of the Walt Disney theme parks around the world. It's a sentimental docu-series that manages to shine a spotlight on the designers and artists behind the creation of some of the world's most visited wonderlands.
Narrated by Angela Bassett, the show is a treat for anyone interested in Disney's rich history. It also looks elegant and polished, courtesy of Academy Award nominee Leslie Iwerks, daughter of Disney legend Don Iwerks. If you want to marvel at Disney's tremendous attention to detail, The Imagineering Story is definitely worth a stream.
11. The Beatles: Get Back
An excellent documentary series directed and produced by Peter Jackson, The Beatles: Get Back chronicles the making of the Beatles' 1970 album Let It Be. It also includes their iconic rooftop performance in its entirety.
Featuring restored footage shot in 1969, Get Back highlights the complex relationships between the band members, while also offering a fascinating look at their creative process. If you're a fan, this is a must-watch docu-series.
12. Gravity Falls
Clever and funny, Gravity Falls centres on twins Dipper and Mabel, who travel to the mysterious town of Gravity Falls in Oregon for their summer vacation. Once there though, they are surprised to discover some strange occurrences, as the town seems to be full of supernatural creatures.
While you might be tempted to dismiss Gravity Falls as a show targeted at kids, rest assured. There's plenty for adults to enjoy as well, including an exciting mix of scares, laughs and heartwarming stories.
Follow Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch and Vision into their new, suburban lives as they struggle to hide their superpowers and blend into a small town… in the 1950s? As you might expect, not everything is as it seems – and figuring out what's really going on is only half the fun.
Combining classic American sitcom tropes with the Marvel Cinematic Universe seems like a crazy idea. Yet, WandaVision pulls it off beautifully. An inventive, funny and wild series, it's as close to appointment viewing as we're going to get in the era of peak TV.
That being said, having at least some prior knowledge of the MCU is recommended to fully appreciate the show's plot and themes.
14. The Simpsons
The Simpsons is a show that needs no introduction. It has become an integral part of pop culture during its impressive run, with over 30 seasons now under its belt. However, if you've been living under a rock for the past 3 decades, the sitcom follows working-class father Homer Simpson and his dysfunctional family as they deal with the typical (and not so typical) ups and downs of life.
It's easy to see why the series is so appealing. Apart from the unique animation style, it also features a frustrated family, along with weird plots, wisecracking kids and sight gags. What's not to love? Caution: while The Simpsons is a cartoon, it's mostly aimed at adults, so you might want to put something else on for younger kids.
15. What If…?
Ready to flip the script on the Marvel Cinematic Universe? What If…? welcomes viewers to the multiverse of possibility, exploring what would have happened if a detail from the MCU changed. For instance, what if Peggy Carter took the super-soldier serum instead of Steve Rogers?
With gorgeous animation and exciting storylines, the show establishes an ambitious multiverse that's a blast to discover. Things may be a little different, but you'll still follow characters you already know and love.
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16. The Incredible Dr. Pol
An educational reality show, this National Geographic production centres on veterinarian Jan Pol, his family and his employees. Pol runs a clinic in Central Michigan's farm country and takes care of all sorts of animals, regardless of size. The show follows him as he travels out to farms, treating horses and cows, as well as back at his clinic where he sees to smaller pets.
The Incredible Dr. Pol can teach both kids and adults plenty about veterinary medicine, but it's important to note that it doesn't shy away from showing blood or animals in surgery. So we wouldn't recommend watching this with very young kids. Overall though, it's an often uplifting series that will delight animal lovers with the stomach to handle it.
Set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Hawkeye centres on the titular character as he deals with a threat from his bloody past that resurfaces in New York. He teams up with a young woman, expert archer herself, but all he really wants is to get home to his family in time for Christmas.
A fun holiday treat for Marvel fans, the show has creative action sequences and greatly benefits from the chemistry between leads Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld. All in all, it's a very good time.
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18. So Weird
The only bad thing about So Weird is that it only lasted for 3 seasons. The show, which started airing in the late 90s, follows 14-year-old Fiona, who is on the road with her rock-star mum and uncovers paranormal phenomena during her travels. The cast includes Cara DeLizia, Mackenzie Phillips and Patrick Levis.
Often compared to The X-Files, the first 2 seasons of So Weird are darker than your average Disney Channel series. DeLizia left after the second season and was replaced with Alexz Johnson, with the entire show having a lighter tone from that point on. Still, So Weird is a worthy binge even to this day, featuring complex mythology, likeable characters and original music.
19. The Muppet Show
A delightful series that lasted for 5 seasons, The Muppet Show sees Kermit the Frog and his fellow Muppets put on a vaudeville show at their theatre. Over the course of each episode, they bring in a famous celebrity to help out. The list includes names like Elton John, Julie Andrews and Bob Hope, to only name a few.
The Muppet Show is highly entertaining, with hilarious skits and memorable celebrity cameos. It's just as fun to watch today as it was when the series first premiered, back in the late 70s.
When an assassination goes awry, an injured hit man hides out amongst a tribe of snow monkeys in Japan. He is eventually murdered, but not before taking particular interest in one of the monkeys. After he passes away, the monkey, joined by the hit man's ghost, sets off to wreak havoc in Tokyo's crime underworld.
Visually arresting and quite violent, this Marvel animated series strongly benefits from having an excellent voice cast. It's also addictive. Consider yourself warned.
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21. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
Set after Avengers: Endgame, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier follows Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes as they try to make sense of their new reality. In true Marvel fashion, they also team up for a global adventure that will put their abilities and bond to the test.
Slick, action-packed and often hilarious, this series is a fun ride, with great special effects and excellent performances. It also delivers world-shattering moments for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so we strongly advise you check it out.
22. The Bad Batch
Both sequel to and spin-off from Star Wars: The Clone Wars, The Bad Batch is a new animated series that follows a squad of elite clone troopers as they struggle to find their way in the galaxy in the aftermath of the Clone Wars.
A fun addition to the Star Wars universe, the show offers more world building, as well as unique new characters to cheer for. If you're a diehard fan of the franchise, you can't miss this.
23. The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers
This reboot is set in present day Minnesota, as the Mighty Ducks have evolved to an ultra-competitive youth hockey team. When a young boy fails to make the cut to join them, his mother encourages him to start his own squad of misfits. To succeed, they'll need the help of Gordon Bombay, the Mighty Ducks' original coach.
An entertaining and inspirational sports series, The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers has humour and heart to spare. Whether or not you were a fan of the 90s film series, we recommend you give it a go. It's a solid pick for family movie night. The show has been renewed for season 2.
24. X-Men: The Animated Series
The nostalgia is strong with this. X-Men: The Animated Series debuted in 1992 and was a fun animated introduction to the world of mutants. The show follows Charles Xavier and his band of mutants as they strike back against corrupt government agencies and the extremist Magneto.
From the catchy theme song to the sometimes excessive melodrama and intriguing storylines, X-Men: The Animated Series played a major role in introducing the universe to non-comic-book readers. If you're craving a trip down memory lane or simply curious about the animated series that eventually paved the way for the 2000 X-Men film, this makes for a satisfying binge.
25. Spider-Man: The Animated Series
Spider-Man has graced the silver screen ever since the late 60s, with the hero starring in several animated comic book adaptations. The 90s version is widely considered as being one of the best. It follows a man with spider-like abilities as he fights crime in New York City, while also struggling to lead a somewhat normal personal life.
Spider-Man: The Animated Series had compelling story arcs, excellent voice acting and some interesting cameos from other Marvel players like Daredevil and Punisher. It was widely successful, but cancelled after 5 seasons. Not because of a drop in quality, but due to behind-the-scenes conflicts.
26. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes follows several beloved comic book characters, including the Hulk, Iron Man and Thor, as they join forces to become the Avengers and fight villains. It's a fun take on the classic group, capturing the spirit of the Avengers perfectly. They all share the same goals, but their tactics often differ, which makes for exciting storytelling.
The show is a nice blend of humour and action, with complex plots and plenty of thrills to delight both kids and adults. It also features cameos from other players in the Marvel universe, so it's a must-watch for any true fan of the franchise.
27. Marvel's 616
An anthology docu-series, Marvel's 616 explores the historical, cultural and societal impacts of the Marvel Comics Universe and its intersection with the world. Each episode covers topics like Marvel's worldspanning artists, the trailblazing women of Marvel Comics, the "forgotten" characters of Marvel and much more.
Whether you're a diehard fan or new to this ever-growing universe, the series is fascinating, choosing to present each topic in an engaging and entertaining way. You'll learn a lot and you'll have plenty of fun in the process.
28. Brain Games
A National Geographic show, Brain Games focuses on the science of the brain. Hosted by Jason Silva, the series is full of interactive illusions and experiments meant to showcase the extraordinary ways in which we see and process the world.
Brain Games provides a captivating window into the inner workings of the fascinating organ, encouraging viewers to take on some challenges as well. If you're a fan of educational series that are also fun to watch, this will be right up your alley.
29. Star Wars: The Clone Wars
In this entertaining animated series, fans of the Star Wars franchise can follow Yoda, Anakin and the Jedi Knights as they fight in the Clone Wars. The show spans the time between Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones and Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. As a result, it features a mix of new players and familiar faces.
With beautiful animation, great effects and attention to character development, Star Wars: The Clone Wars makes for a thrilling binge. If you're a Star Wars enthusiast, you'll be hooked in no time.
Scrooge McDuck is back in this reboot of the popular late 80s animated series. But while some reboots tend to disappoint, we're happy to report that this one should definitely go on your watch list. The series chronicles the high-flying adventures of trillionaire Scrooge and his grandnephews Huey, Dewey and Louie.
Ducktales takes full advantage of viewers' nostalgia, but it also stands on its own as an ambitious series filled with adventure and laughs. Plus, David Tennant voices Scrooge, which is always a plus in our book.
31. Pick of the Litter
Pick of the Litter is a heartwarming docu-series about a group of 6 dogs on their fascinating and surprisingly suspenseful quest to become guide dogs for the blind. Since they're embarking on the ultimate canine career, expect some ups and downs along the way. While some doggos will graduate, others will drop out.
The docu-series features the trainers as well, who supervise them with love and care during the program. Not only is Pick of the Litter adorable, but it's also a reminder that we are not worthy of dogs and that their dedication and loyalty should always be appreciated. A tear-jerker for sure.
32. Boy Meets World
An instant classic, Boy Meets World follows young Cory Matthews as he juggles school, friends and romance with a little help from his one true love Topanga, best friend Shawn and teacher Mr Feeny.
Boy Meets World is a timeless coming-of-age show, likely to appeal to those who grew up with it and to new viewers alike. The themes are universal and the cast adorable, which makes it the ultimate comfort watch.
This animated gem revolves around a clan of heroic night creatures who pledge to protect modern New York City, just as they did in Scotland hundreds of years earlier. The gargoyles are statues by day but they come to life at night, battling crime and corruption.
A moody, dark fantasy that doesn't disappoint, Gargoyles is well-crafted and filled with loveable characters you'll fall for immediately. If you need an extra dose of magic in your life, the show makes for an excellent stream.
34. Great Migrations
National Geographic's Great Migrations takes viewers around the world on the arduous journeys millions of animals undertake to ensure the survival of their species. The team behind the series spent more than 2 years recording across 20 countries and all 7 continents, following the motto "Move as millions. Survive as one".
Besides being gorgeous to look at, the docu-series is also gripping as it highlights the epic migrations these animals embark on, along with the struggles they face along the way. It's safe to say that nature enthusiasts will be glued to the screen.
35. Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted
Gordon Ramsay serves up a taste of adventure in this exciting series, where he trades his usual fiery personality for a gleeful sense of discovery. The show centres on the celebrity chef as he journeys to some of the most incredible and remote locations on Earth in search of culinary inspiration.
Part travelogue, part love letter to international cuisines, Uncharted is a fun ride for foodies. Seeing Ramsay excited about making new discoveries is a welcome delight.
36. Star Wars Rebels
Set 5 years before the events of Star Wars: A New Hope, Rebels tells the story of the Rebellion's beginnings, while the Empire spreads tyranny through the galaxy hunting down the last Jedi Knights. That's when a brave starship crew decides to stand up against it.
Rebels is a show for viewers of all ages, boasting galactic adventures and compelling characters. For longtime fans of the franchise, the series explores a period of the Star Wars timeline we don't know a lot about, so buckle up for an epic ride.
37. Meet the Chimps
Welcome to Chimp Haven, one of the largest and most unique wildlife sanctuaries in the world. This 200-acre refuge tucked deep in the forested heart of Louisiana is home to more than 300 chimpanzees – and you have the chance to learn more about how these fascinating creatures behave.
Narrated by Jane Lynch, the 6-part series tracks the ups and downs of this extraordinary group of chimps that are given a second chance at life by a staff whose compassion and commitment knows no bounds. Heartwarming, to say the least.
38. Agent Carter
Agent Carter is the most underrated Marvel live-action show to come out so far, which is a real shame. The series takes place in the 40s and revolves around Peggy Carter, who is relegated to secretarial duties in the Strategic Scientific Reserve. However, when Howard Stark is accused of treason, he recruits Peggy to help him clear his name.
Hayley Atwell offers a great performance in the lead role and the show manages to perfectly capture the magic of the Marvel Cinematic Universe on the small screen. Brimming with a sense of cheeky fun, Agent Carter is stylish, character-driven and very watchable.
39. Phineas and Ferb
Follow step-brothers Phineas and Ferb as they invent, scheme and stay 1 step ahead of their sister in order to take maximum advantage of every day. Meanwhile, their pet platypus is working as a spy to defeat the latest scheme of scientist Dr Heinz Doofenshmirtz.
A doozy for kids and adults alike, the show is witty and action-packed. While the little ones will love the mad adventures, older audiences will likely appreciate the clever comedy.
40. Doogie Kamealoha M.D.
Juggling a medical career with life as a teenager is no easy feat. That's the case for Lahela "Doogie" Kameāloha, a precocious girl who works at a hospital while also dealing with more age-appropriate issues like falling in love and bickering with her family.
A modern spin on the classic Doogie Howser, M.D, this Disney Plus original is wholesome and fun, made even more appealing thanks to Peyton Elizabeth Lee's winning performance. You'll be hooked from episode 1.
Recess chronicles the adventures of a rag-tag group of fourth-graders who make it their mission to protect the other kids on the playground. As they grow up and have brushes with authority, they learn valuable lessons about how to solve problems in a creative and thoughtful way.
The best thing about Recess is that each of the 6 friends has their own personality and strengths, which makes them particularly relatable. A show ahead of its time, it makes for an excellent binge even all these years later.
42. High School Musical: The Musical: The Series
As the title suggests, this Disney Plus original is set at East High School, where the popular High School Musical movies were shot. This time around, we follow the members of the drama club and their faculty advisers as they work their way towards the opening night of their school's first-ever production of a musical based on the film series.
Earnest, well-cast and featuring plenty of catchy tunes, this mockumentary honours the originals while also breathing fresh life into the franchise. It's also deliciously meta and highly addictive. If you're a fan of this franchise, you need to check out this series.
43. Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
In this action-packed series, agent Phil Coulson – who you may be familiar with from the MCU movies – leads a team of highly skilled agents from a global law enforcement organisation known as S.H.I.E.L.D. The agents work together and deal with all sorts of extraordinary and inexplicable threats.
The series has a solid ensemble cast and prides itself in its stunning action scenes. While it will definitely appeal to MCU fans, those new to the franchise will find plenty to love as well.
44. The World According to Jeff Goldblum
The World According to Jeff Goldblum is a different kind of docu-series, mainly because whether you'll like it or not largely depends on how you feel about Goldblum himself. Each episode, the iconic actor tackles a topic we're all familiar with, like ice cream or sneakers, only to reveal astonishing connections and fascinating insights related to it.
The series is quirky but uplifting, offering a welcome escape for those looking to relax and learn something new at the same time. Goldblum's magnetic personality is also a big plus.
45. Monsters at Work
A fresh entry in the Monsters, Inc. media franchise, Monsters at Work follows Tylor Tuskmon, an eager young monster who always dreamed of becoming a Scarer. However, when he lands a job at the power plant, he finds out that they're no longer harvesting screams, but laughter. Now, Tylor must work alongside a group of misfits and perhaps set his goals on becoming a Jokester instead.
Equal parts charming and silly, the show is a good time whether or not you've already seen the movies. Monsters at Work excels at world-building and introduces new characters to cheer for, making it a treat for young viewers and their parents alike.
46. Kim Possible
She might look like your typical cheerleader. However, in her spare time she fights supervillains and repeatedly saves the world. That's the premise behind Kim Possible, a girl-power cartoon filled with action and humour.
Kim is joined in her crime-fighting adventures by her accident-prone best friend. Together, they also deal with school and family, making things that much more complicated. The series is geared towards younger kids, but older viewers might have fun with this one as well, especially if you're into campy spy storylines.
47. Darkwing Duck
In the city of St. Canard, people are plagued by the most bizarre criminals. No need to despair, as Darkwing Duck is ready to come to the rescue. The egotistical superhero battles evil with the help of his pilot sidekick, Launchpad McQuack, and his rambunctious adopted daughter, Gosalyn Waddlemeyer.
Goofy and lighthearted, Darkwing Duck is a superhero show that features an imperfect protagonist, which makes an intriguing watch. It's also a lot of fun, with well-crafted action storylines and a heart-warming relationship between Darkwing and his daughter. If you missed it back in the day, now is the perfect time to catch up.
48. Wizards of Waverly Place
Wizards of Waverly Place revolves around the Russo family. They own a restaurant and live in New York, but they have a secret: the father is a wizard, while the children are all in training. As they improve their skills, the child who succeeds in mastering their powers shall be given the family wand.
The show is light and fun, with an appealing cast and intriguing premise. Featuring plenty of magic and mischief, Wizards of Waverly Place stands the test of time as a Disney modern classic.
49. How I Met Your Father
A How I Met Your Mother spin-off set in the same universe, this sitcom follows Sophie, a young woman trying to find love in 2022 New York. At the same time, we see future Sophie recount to her son the story of how she met his father.
Don't let the low ratings fool you: the series is charming, with potential to grow into so much more. It was renewed for season 2, so we're cautiously optimistic.
50. The Kardashians
The Kardashians are back on television. This new series follows the popular family in the next stage of their lives, but remains just as addictive and dramatic as you would expect. Tune in to see what Kris, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie have been up to.
The show is a more polished version of Keeping Up with The Kardashians. It may not be a hit with critics, but reality fans will surely want to give it a go.
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