Here’s when Frozen 2 will come to Disney Plus - and full list of Disney films you can watch on the streaming service

Friday, 12th June 2020, 11:23 am
Updated Friday, 12th June 2020, 11:23 am
Disney Plus has now launched its new subscription service in the UK, with a plethora of popular shows available to stream (Photo: Shutterstock)
Disney Plus has now launched its new subscription service in the UK, with a plethora of popular shows available to stream (Photo: Shutterstock)

Disney Plus launched a popular, new subscription service in the UK, with a plethora of popular shows available to stream.

But when will the popular children’s movie Frozen 2 be making its way to the service?

Here’s everything you need to know.

What is Disney Plus?

Disney+ is the streaming service for TV shows and films from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic and much more.

Disney+ finally launched in the UK on Tuesday 24 March, after first launching in the US almost five months ago, and already being available in Canada, Netherlands, Australia, and New Zealand.

When will Frozen 2 come to Disney Plus?

In the US, Disney released Frozen 2 as a surprise on their Disney+ service on 15 March, with other countries following suit just a few days later.

It was set to come to Disney+ in the UK on 17 July 2020, but Disney has recently announced that it will drop on the service earlier than expected.

Frozen 2 will now be available on Disney+ UK on 3 July, with all of the family being able to catch up on the adventures of Ana, Elsa, Olaf and the rest of the gang.

What other shows can I watch on the subscription service?

A huge back-catalogue of Disney films, with a wide variety of popular family favourites are available to watch on Disney+.

Around 200 Disney series are available to watch on the service, alongside over 600 episodes of The Simpsons, and films suitable for all the family such as The Sound of Music, Mrs Doubtfire and Avatar.

Subscribers will also have access to films including Up, The Lion King, Monsters Inc, and X-Men: Days of Future Past.

Similarly to Netflix, Disney+ is also producing exclusive films and TV shows.

A large library of National Geographic documentaries are also available on the service, so all the family can enjoy educational programmes too.

Films and show available on the channel include:

Simpsons

More than 600 episodes from 1989-2018 will be showing on the channel, allowing hardcore fans of the show to binge-watch until their heart’s content. The show has gained a large following since it first began and still continues to produce new episodes to date.

The Sound of Music

This is a much-loved family film that follows the life of Maria and the von Trapp family. Julie Andrews stars in this 1965 film that all the family can sing-along to.

Mrs Doubtfire

Robin Williams stars in this class, laugh-out-loud family favourite. This 1993 comedy-drama is still a popular watch among both kids and adults today.

Avatar

This was a popular film when it first hit movie screens, and is bound to be watched by many on the new subscription service. Directed by James Cameron, this movie was released in 2009.

Up

A film loved by all the family, Up is bound to make you shed a tear or two. The movie follows Carl, a widower, who goes off on an adventure in his flying house in search of Paradise Falls, his wife's dream destination.

The Lion King

The classic film is a firm family favourite. Originally released in 1994, Simba and his pals are loved by many.

Monsters Inc

Follow the adventures of Mike and Sully in the popular Pixar film. It was released in 2001.

X-Men: Days of Future Past

If you’re a fan of the X-Men franchise then you’re bound to enjoy X-Men: Days of Future Past on the subscription service. The films sees Wolverine travel back in time to stop Mystique from assassinating Bolivar Trask.

Lady and the Tramp

Another classic family favourite, which is great for all the family. It was originally released in 1955.

Cinderella

Loved my many around the world, Disney’s Cinderella is part of the new service. It was originally released in 1950.