Disney + | Favourites So Far

There's no denying that life feels a little surreal just now. We've been making changes with regards to how much we're out and about for the past couple of weeks but with lockdown being announced on Monday I was very thankful for the introduction of Disney Plus. The new Disney streaming app has been the perfect way to escape the constant stream of scary and upsetting news. I signed up when it was pre-order costing £49.99 instead of £59.99 for the year. I also bought it through Top Cashback which had a £15 cash back offer. 

There's so much to choose from. Whether you've got half an hour to spare and fancy watching an episode of a Disney Original series, are feeling inspired by a National Geographic Docuseries or if you're looking for a film for the evening.  My day has been spent flicking between the different categories to see everything it has to offer. Obviously Ollie is a little young yet but I've already spotted a couple of things perfect for wee ones. As for the big kids, here's my favourites so far...
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series
This was the TV show I watched first, I had heard be mentioned lots and was intrigued by. It's a mockumentary drama set in the school from the original movie. It was lighthearted and funny with a good mix of characters. 

Diary of a Future President
This comedy series was giving me Lizzie McGuire feels. It's about a 12 year old girl who aspires to be president of the US but has to navigate teenage life first. There's only one episode so far but I enjoyed it none the less. It was easy watching and put a smile on my face. Definitely a teen programme. 

Disney's Fairytale Weddings
Let's face it I've been a wedding show fan for years. Since long before my wedding and back when Don't Tell The Bride was still on BBC and something we'd talk the next day at school. This documentary series shows the behind the scenes of Disney destination weddings and engagements.   

Smart Guy
I remember watching this TV programme when I was younger so I quite liked working away with it on in the background this afternoon. It's about a 10 year old genius who skipped 6 grades and went into high school with his teenage siblings. When else do you watch a comedy from 1997-1999?

As for the movies I'm excited to see the live action Lady and the Tramp as I would happily watch The Lion King remake everyday. I'm sure a Toy Story marathon could be on the cards soon and there's so many throwback movies that I never even thought would be there. Mrs Doubtfire, 10 Things I Hate About You and Home Alone.  
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