Disney+ is queuing up a summer packed with new series, hit movies, documentaries and other content.
The service kicks off the season by making animated feature film Raya and the Last Dragon —along with short film Us Again—available to all subscribers at no additional cost on Friday, June 4.
The next anticipated series from Marvel, Loki, starring Tom Hiddleson, premieres Wednesday, June 9, with six episodes that will be released weekly.
Other new series coming to the service include Monsters at Work, a spin-off of the Monsters Inc. franchise, and Turner & Hooch, based on the 1989 movie starring Tom Hanks. The Mysterious Benedict Society, starring Tony Hale, premieres on Friday, June 25.
Disney is releasing two new movies this summer, both in theaters and on premium video-on-demand (PVOD) on Disney+: Black Widow, starring Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh, and Jungle Cruise, based on the famous Disneyland ride and starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. Animated film Luca, about two sea creatures masquerading as human boys on the Italian coast, premieres on June 18.
National Geographic also is getting ready for a summer of sharks, with six weeks of shark-focused programming on tap including Sundance feature documentary Playing with Sharks on Friday, July 23.