Disney+ is one of many streaming services available today. One of the main reasons Disney+ stands out is because it hosts its own content. Ranging from classic Disney movies like Alice in Wonderland to new versions like Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Disney+ is full of fantastic content. Since the streaming platform was established in 2019, Disney has started releasing more and more content, both movies and TV shows.
Since Disney+ Day is September 8th, per Collider, a number of highly anticipated series and movies are set to release in September. Although you may have heard of Andor and The bad batch, there are a number of other series planned to premiere just in time for the school year. These are the best TV series coming to Disney+ in September 2022.
She-Hulk: Lawyer (Season 1, Sequel) – September 1
She-Hulk: Lawyer continues its weekly release of episodes on September 1, following Jennifer Walters as she struggles to balance her busy life as a lawyer and her love life while managing her Hulk powers. This latest addition to the MCU also features appearances from fan favorites like Mark Ruffalo, Tim Roth, and Benedict Wong.
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (Season 3, sequel) – September 7
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series is a TV reboot of the original musical high school franchise that takes place at Camp Shallow Lake. The show follows the Wildcats at camp as they tackle romance, unsupervised visits and the fresh forest air. The show has finally reached its third season, and more episodes will air throughout the month, starting September 7.
Edge of the Unknown with Jimmy Chin – September 7
In Edge of the Unknown with Jimmy Chin, Jimmy Chin takes audiences with him as he tells stories of adventure athletes who pioneered parts of their craft. In a total of 10 episodes, the series explores the spirit of these athletes and the determination it takes to be an adventure athlete. The series is set to premiere on Disney+ on September 7, two days after its premiere first on National Geographic.
Cars on the Road (Series Premiere) – September 8
A spin-off of the original Cars franchise, cars on the road follows Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) once again as he returns to Radiator Springs alongside his best friend Mater (Larry the Cable Guy) to meet Mater’s sister. Part of what makes this such a unique addition to the franchise is that we’ll be taking a close look at Mater’s family and background. Considering that Mater is loved by kids and adults alike, getting a deeper look into his character should be entertaining. This new series is set to premiere on Disney+ Day, September 8.
Tierra Incógnita (series premiere) – September 8
Tierra Incognita is a new Latin American show that tells the story of teenager Eric, who discovers a secret world while investigating the mysterious disappearance of his parents. When he returns to the abandoned Tierra Incógnita park, he and his friends discover dark secrets that could help explain what happened to Eric’s parents. The series is set to premiere on Disney+ on September 8.
Grow Up (series premiere) – September 8
Growing up is an innovative and transformative docuseries that revolves around the complexities of adolescence by telling ten individual stories, each with their own unique struggles. Created by award-winning actress Brie Larson and Culture.House, Growing up shows the unique struggles of young people between the ages of 18 and 22 with a wide range of lived experiences that aim to help the viewer understand different perspectives from their own. This groundbreaking new series is set to release on September 8.
Epic Adventures with Bertie Gregory (series premiere) – September 8
In this new series, young National Geographic explorer Bertie Gregory takes viewers on epic journeys that show the hidden gems of the world most people would never see. Epic Adventures with Bertie Gregory shows Gregory living in some of the harshest environments in the world among the animals that thrive there. In season one, Gregory travels to Antarctica to find a large pod of whales and encounters lions in Zambia to experience their true ferocity. It is set to release on Disney+ on September 8.
Dancing with the Stars (Season 31) – September 19
Dancing with the stars is a long-running dance competition show in which celebrities are paired with professional dancers to compete against different dance styles, from tango to samba. Hosted by supermodel Tyra Banks and TV personality Alfonso Ribeiro, Dancing with the stars brings celebrities to their knees as they attempt to master some seriously complicated moves. Season 31 arrives on Disney+ on September 19, with new episodes released throughout the month.
Star Wars: Andor (series premiere) – September 21
September’s most anticipated release is probably next star wars series Andorwhich tells the story of Cassian Andor who first appeared in Snape One. The series takes place during the rebellion against the Empire, but before the events of A thug in which Cassian discovers his ability to make a difference in the rebellion. From September 21, the first three episodes of the new star wars series will be released on Disney+.
Super/Natural (series premiere) – September 21
Thanks to the National Geographic section of Disney+, a plethora of nature shows are coming to the streaming service. From September 21, the new show Supernatural will reveal the secrets of the world with advanced technology to show nature from different angles. Show flowers from the perspective of a bee and even listen to a conversation between elephant seals, Supernatural aims to bring nature to life and to better understand, beyond human perception, what nature is. Backed by executive producer Jame Cameron and narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch, Supernatural is a must watch.
Firebuds (Season 1) – September 21
This fantastic Disney Junior Original Series revolves around a boy and his fire truck as they team up with other first responders to help their community however they can. The show highlights the importance of first responders like firefighters, police and paramedics, highlighting the role they play in the community. fire buttons already has many episodes on Disney+, but more are expected to be added to the Disney+ slate on September 21.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch (Season 2 premiere) – September 28
As the most successful animation star wars series since The Clone Wars, The bad batch follows the adventures of Clone Force 99, a troop of commando clones in which each have their own mutations, giving them immunity to their inhibitor chip while all the other troops carried out the infamous Order 66. As such, Clone Force 99 becomes the target of the Empire who wants to hunt them down and destroy them. The second season of The bad lot is slated to premiere on September 28, with new episodes released weekly.
The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers (Season 2) – September 28
After the release of the revival television series The Mighty Ducks: The Game Changers in 2021, its popularity saw the series being renewed for a second season. This season, the team, led by coach Alex Morrow, will follow a summer hockey program in California, led by former NHL player Colin Cole. The Ducks face a whole new set of challenges in the new competitive environment. Season two of The Mighty Ducks: The Game Changers is scheduled for September 28.