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Disney + presents us with its program preview for the coming month relatively early. We’re taking the preview as an opportunity to reference the still-available Telekom campaign, which gives qualified customers a whopping 12 months of Disney+ free.

New to Disney+ in November 2022

„Family Guy“ – Scale 20

Coming to Disney+ on November 2

Family Guy continues to entertain its die-hard fans with witty humor, pinpoint parodies, spectacular animation and original orchestral music. Since its debut, the series has achieved cult following among fans, and its star-studded talking baby has become one of the greatest TV characters of all time.

“SOS with David Beckham”

Exclusively on Disney+ from November 9th

David Beckham comes home. After a career as a world footballer at the height of fame, he now returns to all origins: East London. That’s where David’s road to success began – in the Echo Premier League. In SOS with David Beckham, David Beckham meets the Westward Boys, an East London under-14 team in desperate need of support. Westward has yet to win a game of the season and the team is in danger of being relegated. David will have to draw on his years of football experience if he is to seize the opportunity and save the team from relegation. From heroism and heartbreak, defeat and redemption, the experiences that the Westward Boys, their coaches and their families will have throughout the season will be unforgettable.


Exclusively on Disney+ from November 9th

“Zootopia+” takes you back to Zootopia, the fast-paced metropolis of mammals. The short film series immerses you in the lives of some of the most fascinating residents of the Oscar®-winning feature film. These include Fru Fru, the arctic shrew with an exquisite fashion sense, ZPD officer Clawhauser, the gentle cheetah and of course Flash, the laughing sloth who is full of surprises.

“Fire of Love”

Exclusively on Disney+ from November 11th

Katia and Maurice Krafft loved two things: each other and volcanoes. The pair roamed the planet, tracking eruptions and documenting the discoveries. They died in 1991, but left a legacy that enriches our understanding of the natural world. Fire of Love draws from her archive and tells a story of creation and destruction in which two scientists venture into the unknown – all for the sake of love.

“Without Limits with Chris Hemsworth”

Exclusively on Disney+ from November 16

Chris Hemsworth is on an epic quest to find out how to live longer and better. With the help of world-class experts, family and friends, he takes on a series of immense challenges to push new boundaries and stop the diseases of old age before they spread. Chris will discover how we can all unleash our potential to stay fitter, healthier and happier throughout our lives.

“Santa Claus: The Series”

Exclusively on Disney+ from November 16

Scott Calvin is back! After being Santa Claus for nearly three decades, he is as cheerful as ever. But as Christmas becomes less and less popular, so does the Christmas magic. Scott struggles to balance his job while being there for his family. Then he discovers that it is possible to retire. Scott considers quitting Santa’s job and finding a worthy successor so he can be a better husband and father himself.


Exclusively on Disney+ from November 16

Created by screenwriter Steven Rogers, the team behind the feature film I, Tonya, and showrunner Karin Gist, who also serves as executive producer on the series Our Kind of People, “Mike” explores the turbulent and controversial story of Mike Tyson. The eight-part miniseries explores the turbulent ups and downs of Tyson’s boxing career and personal life – from the world-famous champion to the outcast and back again. Focusing on Mike Tyson, the series explores class in America, ethnicity in America, fame and media power, misogyny, the wealth gap, the promise of the American dream, and ultimately our own role in shaping Mike’s story. While this story is inspired by true events, certain characters, incidents, settings, and dialogue have been dramatized.

“damn again”

Exclusively on Disney+ from November 18

Fifteen years have passed since Giselle and Robert’s marriage, but Giselle is disillusioned with life in the city. Seeking a more fairytale life, they decide to move their growing family to the sleepy suburb of Monroeville – sadly, it’s not the quick fix they were hoping for. The rules are different in the suburbs, and local queen bee Malvina Monroe is making Giselle feel more out of place than ever. Frustrated that finding happiness isn’t easy, she turns to Andalasia’s magic for help. In doing so, she accidentally turns the entire city into a real fairytale and jeopardizes the future happiness of her family. Now Giselle is in a race against time to undo the spell and find out what happily ever after really means to her and her family.

“Micky: The Story of a Mouse”

Exclusively on Disney+ from November 18

One of the world’s most beloved icons, Mickey Mouse is a symbol of childhood joy and innocence in literally every corner of the planet. At a low point in his career, Walt Disney conceived the character who would become a night star when Mickey starred in the first animated short film with sound dubbing, Steamboat Willie. Over the decades that followed, strikingly different versions of the character developed, reflecting both their creator’s remarkable career and the dramatic societal changes in the country Mickey came to symbolize.


Exclusively on Disney+ from November 25th

After a near-fatal overdose, a woman returns to her childhood to confront her inner demons, only to find a real demon instead.


Exclusively on Disney+ from November 30th

A brand new sequel series to George Lucas’ 1988 fantasy adventure Willow. Years after rescuing the little Empress Elora Danan, the magician returns from a village in Nelwyn to lead a group of unlikely heroes on a harrowing rescue mission by a outside world to guide the imagination . Warwick Davis returns in his title role in Willow. Jonathan Kasdan, Ron Howard, Wendy Mericle, Kathleen Kennedy and Michelle Rejwan are executive producers.

“The patient”

Exclusively on Disney+ from November 30th

Psychotherapist Alan Strauss is held captive by a patient named Sam, who reveals himself as a serial killer. Sam makes an unusual demand for Alan’s job as a therapist: he must curb his murderous thirst. To get out of this alive, Alan must calm Sam’s confused state of mind and keep him from killing again… But Sam refuses to talk about difficult topics. Over the course of his captivity, Alan discovers not only how deeply rooted Sam’s compulsion is, but also how much effort it takes to bridge the gulf between his own family. With time running out, Alan fights desperately to stop Sam before he becomes an accomplice in his murders or – worse yet – becomes a target himself.

More reboots

November 2nd

  • Christmas with Donna Hay – Season 1
  • The D’Amelio Show – Scale 2
  • Reboot – Season 1
  • The Mountain Doctor – Season 14
  • The Mountain Rescuers – Season 12

3. Nov

  • Marvel Studios: Gemeinsam unbesiegbar – The Making of She-Hulk (Marvel)
  • Petterson and Findus: the best Christmas ever
  • Table 19 – Love is out of place

9. Nov

  • The Montaners – Scale 1
  • Candy: Death in Texas – Season 1
  • China’s History From Above – Season 1
  • Attack on Pearl Harbor: Minute by Minute – Season 1
  • Fix it! – Repairs to the Limit – Season 1

November 18

  • A wonderful autumn with Mickey Mouse
  • Sharks in the Bermuda Triangle
  • The Good Doctor – Scale 4
  • The Hot Zone: Deadly Virus – Season 2
  • Queen Elizabeth II: Passing of the Crown – a special edition of 20/20
  • Queen Elizabeth II: The Legacy, The Life
  • Big Mama’s House 2
  • The Verdict – Everyone is for sale

November 20th

  • Elton John Live: Farewell to Dodger Stadium

November 23

  • Maggie – Season 1
  • Reasonable Doubt – Season 1
  • Ally McBeal – Scale 1-5
  • Save Me – Scale 1-6

November 30

  • Savage Kingdom – Scale 1-4

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Written by Kim Anderson

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