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Catch new Disney Plus releases in September (and grab 2 months FREE)


Disney Plus is dropping new shows, movies and seasons in September.

Get Disney Plus back on your screens to watch the latest releases for September. For a limited time only, you'll be able to score 3 months for only $13.99.

The offer is available until 11.59pm AEST on Wednesday 20 September 2023.

This Disney Plus deal is valid for new and eligible returning Disney Plus subscribers, who are Australian residents aged 18 years and over.

So while the deal sounds pretty sweet, you're probably wondering if it's worth signing up.

As a starting point, here are all the new releases on Disney Plus coming out before the offer ends on 20 September 2023.

Get 3 months of Disney Plus for just $13.99: Sign up now to get 2 months free

The Other Black Girl

Nella is tired of being the only Black girl at her company, so she's excited when Hazel is hired but she soon discovers something sinister is going on.

Animals Up Close with Bertie Gregory

Adventurer Bertie Gregory tracks down extraordinary animals to capture their daily lives like never before.


An original feature film from animation powerhouse Pixar, Elemental is set in Element City where Fire, Water, Earth and Air residents live together. A friendship between 2 residents challenges the beliefs of the world they live in.

Butter Man: The Slickest Mexican Thief

Set in Mexico in the 1980s, this drama series is about notorious scam artist and impersonator Emiliano Escamilla, and features scams, action, dark comedy and plot twists.

Han River Police

This is a buddy action-comedy series about a couple of police officers who investigate a criminal conspiracy in order to protect Seoul's Han River.

Betrayal: The Perfect Husband

True crime docuseries Betrayal: The Perfect Husband is about a woman who came to learn that her seemingly perfect husband is living a sinister double life.


An anime series adapted from an original story by legendary manga creator Osamu Tezuka, PHOENIX: EDEN17 follows a woman and her partner as they depart from the devastated Earth and head for a new life on planet Eden17.

Lang Lang Plays Disney

Through a mix of a live concert performance and documentary segments, Lang Lang Plays Disney showcases unique arrangements of popular Disney songs and gives insight into the life of world-renowned pianist Lang Lang.


This series follows a young K-pop fan who creates a band and enters a contest to win a trip to Korea.

Pretty Freekin Scary

At 14-years old, Frankie appears to have the perfect life - until she dies. She is then allowed to return home, but only with her new Underworld guardians, while having to adapt to her 'once-dead' status in high school.

Other international series new to Disney Plus will include:

  • Reply 1994
  • Irresistible

Also keep an eye out for returning seasons of:

Limited time offer: Only $13.99 for 3 months of Disney+

Only for new and eligible returning subscribers. Offer valid until 11:59pm AEST on 20 September 2023. After the promo period, Disney+ auto-renews at $13.99 per month until cancelled. Additional terms apply.

There are a bunch of shorts being released too including:

  • The Barn Dance
  • Playful Pluto
  • Mickey's Kangaroo
  • Bone Trouble
  • Pluto, Junior
  • Merbabies

Or if you want to do a deep dive behind the scenes of some Marvel and Star Wars productions, you can also check out the making of the following specials:

  • Master & Apprentice: A Special Look at Ahsoka
  • Marvel Studios' Assembled: The Making of the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
  • Marvel Studios' Assembled: The Making of Secret Invasion

There's more coming to Disney Plus soon of course with new Kardashians, Loki and a Percy Jackson series.

Want to learn more about what's on Disney Plus? Check our list of all the TV shows and movies on the service.

Image: Supplied: Disney Plus
  1. Disney Plus release schedule, September 2023

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