The new content getting released include the "Star Wars" series "The Mandalorian", a live-action remake of "The Lady and the Tramp", "Forky Asks A Question", the Christmas comedy "Noelle", "High School Musical: The Series", and "The World According to Jeff Goldblum".
And following Disney's acquisition of 20 Century Fox earlier in the year, you can expect to see the likes of The Simpsons too, with the first 30 seasons being available on launch.
The Hollywood Reporter reported in January 2018 that a reboot of the series was in the works at ABC Signature Studios, but it appears the updated version of the family-friendly hockey movies will air on Disney's new streaming service as a series rather than as standalone movies. The project was announced past year from ABC Signature Studios.
"His mom decides to start their own team, finding players, a coach, and a place to play". Steven Brill, who wrote the 1992 film, was expected to return as an executive producer with Cathy Yuspa, Josh Goldsmith, George Heller, and Brad Petrigala.
The original film series was about a lawyer (Emilio Estevez) who has to coach the team for his community service from drunk driving. Therefore, the junior hockey team element looks to be the only thing kept from the original.
The film warmed the hearts of audiences everywhere and even led to the production of two sequels, as well as an National Hockey League team name inspired by the Mighty Ducks. It also spawned two sequel films and an animated series that ran from 1996-1997. Hopefully, the cartoon will be part of Disney Plus's massive back catalog.
While you might think there are 100 different ways a potential reboot series could use the OG Ducks universe to its advantage, apparently the way they're going with it is "The Ducks are the Hawks now". Leave your thoughts and comments below, or on our social medias.