November 12 was Disney+ Day and the streamer dropped a bunch of information on titles that will be coming in the near future.
We’ve already covered all of the Disney titles released on Disney+ Day, now I’m going to tell you about the Pixar and National Geographic titles.
Pixar is bringing a mixture of familiar characters and new concepts, while Nat Geo is relying on some major star power. Here is everything talked about on Disney+ Day 2021:
Cars on the Road
Join Mater and Lightning McQueen in this fun-filled cross-country road trip based on the hit movie series that will be streaming in 2022. Larry the Cable Guy, aka the voice of Mater, was on hand to reveal the title card and some storyboard art from the show. I like the Mad Max-inspired image.
Win or Lose
Directors Michael Yates and Carrie Hobson reveal concept art for Pixar’s first-ever original long-form animated series “Win or Lose,” coming to Disney+ in 2023. Each 20-minute episode of “Win or Lose” highlights the perspective of a different character as a middle school coed softball team prepares for their championship game.
Pixar 2021 Disney+ Day Special
There is also a new special on Disney+ called “Pixar 2021 Disney+ Day Special” where Pete Docter, chief creative officer of Pixar, takes fans behind the scenes of Pixar Animation Studios to look at some of their upcoming projects for Disney+.
In addition to the two series mentioned above, Docter will also talk about two brand-new documentaries coming to Disney+ in 2022 that explore the making of the movies “Turning Red” and “Lightyear.”
America The Beautiful
Visit the spacious skies, the amber waves of grain, and the purple mountain majesties in this new trailer for “America The Beautiful,” a new six-part series that explores the stunning spaces that define America’s beauty. It will be streaming on Disney+ in 2022.
Limitless with Chris Hemsworth
Actor Chris Hemsworth (Thor) discovers the full potential of the human body in “Limitless with Chris Hemsworth.” Yes, there are lots of shots of Hemsworth shirtless, if that matters to you, but he’s here to learn. The six-part Disney+ Original Series from National Geographic starts streaming in 2022, and I’m rather intrigued about the idea of seeing what the body is capable of. Here is the first trailer:
Welcome to Earth
Explore Earth’s greatest wonders with Will Smith on an extraordinary, once-in-a-lifetime adventure around the world in “Welcome to Earth,” the six-part original series from National Geographic streaming December 8, 2021. Here is the latest trailer, and I have admit, I’d love to be Will seeing all these things in person.
Which Pixar and National Geographic series are you interested in checking out? Let us know in comments!