This Official, New Video Provides A Rundown Of Everything That's Coming To Disney+ This Month

A whole lot of exciting, new content will be added to Disney+ throughout June — from movies and television shows to documentaries and much more. Hit the jump...

Though it might not seem like it based on all the #BlackLivesMatter protests occurring all over the United States, and even the world at large, social distancing and lockdown rules are still in place for a lot of us. That means that you should predominantly be staying in your homes, where it's safe, and you won't be able to catch nor spread COVID-19.

While spending time at home, you might have realized that there isn't too much to do. You might find yourselves dwelling in a state of boredom. Well, that's where streaming services like Disney+ coming in. Thankfully, such streaming services are a comprehensive catalog of content from television series to movies to documentaries and beyond.

What's more, they're continually introducing more exciting content. Since Disney+ officially launched in North America back in November, they have been continuously adding new movies, television shows, and documentaries. Now that it's June, Disney has released an official rundown of everything that will be coming to the streaming service this month.

For instance, June 5th will bring a new episode of Pixar in Real Life and Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian — as well as much more. June 12th will introduce Disney+ original movie Artemis Fowl, not to mention Tinker Bell and The Pirate Fairy on June 19th. There's also A.N.T. Farm, Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2, Tarzan, and Tarzan II, which will all be added on June 26th.

Note that the content available and coming to Disney+ varies depending on your region. For instance, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil will be coming to Disney+ this month for the United Kingdom, but it's already streaming in North America. For a full rundown of what's coming to Disney+ this month, check out the official video below (via Disney):

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