What’s Coming on Disney Plus Day on Nov. 12

What to expect from the November 12 Disney+ event

Streaming debuts:

The heart of all of this is the streamer’s extensive (and growing) library, so the biggest push centers around its big premieres. There’s plenty of fun stuff coming on Friday, but the first two here are definitely the biggies. Shang-Chi, in particular, was a big box office moneymaker that only came out two months ago (it’s also the best of Marvel’s 2021 output).


  • Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings (along with a new making-of documentary)
  • Jungle Cruise
  • Home Sweet Home Alone (a new reboot)
  • Olaf Presents: Frozen Fever (the first in a new series of shorts)
  • Paperman
  • The Ballad of Nessie
  • Feast
  • Get a Horse! (inspired by Mickey Mouse cartoons of the 20s)
  • The Little Matchgirl
  • Tick Tock Tale
  • Tangled Ever After
  • Ciao Alberto (a new Pixar short, and sequel to Luca)
  • The Simpsons in Plusaversary (a brand-new Simpsons short)
  • The World According to Jeff Goldblum (the first five episodes of season 2)
  • Under the Helmet: The Legacy of Boba Fett
  • Marvel Studios’ 2021 Disney+ Day Special
  • Entrelazados
  • Dopesick (internationally—not in the United States)

In addition to the premieres, Disney’s various social media platforms, including a new TikTok (all @DisneyPlus), are promising some surprise sneak peeks. This is pure speculation, but I wouldn’t be at all surprised if we were treated to a new trailers for The Book of Boba Fett and Hawkeye.


Deals and discounts: 

Aside from the aforementioned $1.99 subscription deal:

  • The ShopDisney online store is offering free shipping in the US and Europe from November 12 to November 14 to subscribers of Disney+.
  • Disney Publishing Worldwide is offering select $0.99 eBooks through November 17 on various digital platforms (mostly on tie-ins to Disney+ shows).
  • 10% off Disney-related products from Funko at either their two Funko HQ retail locations or on Funko.com with the code DISNEYPLUSDAY.
  • New Disney “Golden Moments” NFTs (sigh) from VeVe, the purchase of which includes three to twelve months of Disney+.


In addition to all that, Disney is also planning tie-ins, ads, and shout-outs across all of the company’s on-air channels, and also celebrating Disney+ rollouts in South Korea and Taiwan, so it will all be almost impossible to miss—wherever you are on the planet. It’s a small world, after all.