Disney+ Disney Parks collection features 50th Walt Disney World special
Disney+ has launched an all-new dedicated Disney Parks Collection featuring favorite original series like “Behind the Attraction,” “Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom,” and “Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings” as well as the new “The Most Magical Story on Earth: 50 Years of Walt Disney World,” a look at the resort’s 50-year history, including a peek into its future.
Produced to celebrate Walt Disney World’s milestone 50th anniversary, the two-hour “The Most Magical Story on Earth: 50 Years of Walt Disney World” special is hosted by Disney Legend and “The View” moderator Whoopi Goldberg and features musical performances from Disney Legend Christina Aguilera and Disney’s live-action “The Little Mermaid” star Halle Bailey, both accompanied by the renowned Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra. Plus, interviews with iconic actors, actresses, and athletes; Walt Disney World cast members; Disney Imagineers; and Disney executives past and present, who all played a part in the 50-year history of “The Most Magical Place on Earth.”
Fans can also explore the Disney Parks Collection on Disney+ from home or on their devices while planning an upcoming trip or reminiscing about a past vacation.
“Get excited for your next visit to Disney Parks by watching the classics and new favorites on Disney+ with curated watchlists inspired by your favorite stories and characters throughout Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort,” writes Rex Rainey, associate partnership manager for Media Networks & Synergy in the Disney Parks Blog. “Watchlists can be found by downloading the official Disneyland Resort app, the Walt Disney World My Disney Experience app, and at DisneyWorld.com.”
Last but certainly not least, don’t forget to mark your calendars for Disney+ Day on Nov. 12, 2021, when magical new content will be available — including “Jungle Cruise” streaming for all subscribers.
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But once again we can’t get the best programmes on UK Disney +. I’d love to watch the 50 year’s programme but it isn’t available.