Upcoming Disney+ Shows to Keep On Your Radar

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From Marvel, to Star Wars, to everything in between, here are the upcoming Disney+ shows to keep on your radar.
(Welcome to On Your Radar, a series where we take a look at what's next for the biggest actors and filmmakers, and why you should be excited … or not.)

With over 100 million subscribers and counting, Disney+ is second only to Netflix and Amazon Prime as the world's most popular streaming service. Of the big three, it is comparatively younger, having launched less than two years ago in November 2019.

Initially, the live-action Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, was the flagship show for Disney+, but this year has brought a new crop of Marvel shows to the streamer. WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Loki — not to mention Premier Access movie titles like Raya and the Last Dragon, Cruella, Black Widow, and Jungle Cruise — have all made a Disney+ subscription more of a must-have in 2021. This week also saw the release of What If…?, a new animated series set within the MCU (which may soon need to rebrand itself as the Marvel Cinematic Multiverse).

Here are several other upcoming Disney+ shows to watch out for in the coming months, plus a brief overview of what viewers can expect to see in 2022 and beyond.

Star Wars: Visions – September 22, 2021

Anime Star Wars. 'Nuff said. But if you really want to know more, there are plenty of details here. Suffice it to say, Star Wars: Visions is an anthology series where the episodes are considered short films, each with a different animator or animation studio behind it. It seeks to celebrate "the Star Wars galaxy through the lens of the world's best Japanese anime creators."

Some episodes will take place after the events of The Rise of Skywalker and at least one will be set before The Phantom Menace. So they will cover a wide range of Star Wars time periods. The prospect of seeing the franchise go back to its Japanese roots is an obvious lure with Star Wars: Visions.

Hawkeye – November 24, 2021

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