New to Disney+ Today (US)
Here’s a look at everything coming to Disney+ in the US today.
FRIDAY 2 DECEMBER 2022
Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules
The troubled antics of anxious, disaster-prone high school student Greg Heffley continue, this time focusing on his complicated relationship with older brother Rodrick. Now Greg takes on one of his biggest challenges yet – surviving a weekend
alone with Rodrick and following his growing list of rules.
Pentatonix: Around the world for the holidays
Superstar a capella group Pentatonix are struggling to find inspiration for their annual holiday album, and the clock is ticking. To make matters worse, their well-intentioned but misled leads them wrongly into a magical mail room. But with the help of a little Disney magic, we’re soon on a whirlwind tour around the world, discovering holiday traditions and inspiration from Pentatonix fans all over the world: from Tokyo to Grenada, Ghana to Mexico and Iceland. The fun journey makes the group realize that no matter where we are, the holiday provides the perfect opportunity to discover how much we have in common and that it really is a small world after all!
NEW LIBRARY TITLES:
National Geographic’s The Territory
“The Territory,” from director Alex Pritz, offers an immersive on-the-ground look at the tireless struggle of the indigenous Uru-eu-wau-wau people against the encroaching deforestation brought by farmers and illegal settlers in the Brazilian Amazon. Shot over three years, the film includes footage taken by the native activists themselves as they try to uncover the truth.
Akashinga: The Brave Ones
Single mothers, abandoned wives and survivors of sexual and domestic violence enroll in intense training to join rangers protecting elephants from poachers across Africa.
Heroes of the Mediterranean
Marine biologist Manu San Félix witnessed the deterioration the Mediterranean has suffered over the past 30 years and embarks on a journey across the waters to find solutions to the alarming situation and prevent more serious consequences.
Author Sylvain Tesson follows the French military group High Moutain on their Patagonia expedition. United by the same love of mountain sports, they want to pay tribute to Aéropostale’s heroes – Mermoz, Saint-Exupéry and Guillaumet – who climb the Fitz Roy mountains and jump from one of the peaks.