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What’s New to Watch in January On Disney+


What's New to Watch in January On Disney+
What’s New to Watch in January On Disney+

New to Disney+ in January – Echo to A Real Bug’s Life Including New Bluey.

A new year calls for new films and episodes on Disney+, dropping this upcoming January.

Starting off the month strong (literally), Marvel Studios’ highly anticipated series Echo will premiere with all five episodes on Tuesday, January 9, at 6:00 p.m. PT on Disney+ and Hulu, with the series made available on Hulu until Tuesday, April 9. The series spotlights Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox) as she is pursued by Wilson Fisk’s (Vincent D’Onofrio) criminal empire. When the journey brings her home, she must confront her own family and legacy.

What's New to Watch in January On Disney+
What’s New to Watch in January On Disney+

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In Assembled: The Making of Echopremiering on Wednesday, January 31, go behind-the-scenes of Echo and discover how members of the production’s cast and crew learned American Sign Language to create a more inclusive and accessible on-set environment and how the filmmakers took unprecedented steps to portray Native American culture truthfully, and without artifice.

Choira six-part documentary series following the Detroit Youth Choir’s highs and lows of growing up in Detroit as they prepare for the performance of a lifetime, will also debut with all episodes on Wednesday, January 31.

What's New to Watch in January On Disney+
What’s New to Watch in January On Disney+

Additionally, A Real Bug’s Life will premiere with all episodes streaming on Wednesday, January 24. Inspired by the World of Disney and Pixar, this Disney+ Original series from National Geographic is an incredible adventure into nine different micro-bug worlds around the globe.

Meanwhile, 10 new episodes of Season 3 of Bluey, the hit show about the joyful simplicity that can be found by turning everyday events into unique adventures that illuminate how children learn and grow through play, will be available to stream on Friday, January 12. Following shortly after, Season 2 of Siempre Fui Yo, will debut on Wednesday, January 17, with all episodes available to stream. The new season begins three years after the TV contest Lucas Martin Presenta: El Camino de El Faraón, when its participants meet again, and everything has changed dramatically.

A few Disney+ Original shows are also wrapping up their seasons in January, including BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star, an eight-part docuseries about 21st century pop icons BTS’ 10-year career, featuring never-before-seen interviews, performances and behind-the-scenes moments across the decade. Episodes 5 and 6 will be available to stream on Wednesday, January 3, with Episodes 7 and 8 available to stream on Wednesday, January 10.

The three leads from Percy Jackson and the Olympians—Percy Jackson, played by Walker Scobell; Annabeth Chase, played by Leah Jeffries; and Grover Underwood, played by Aryan Simhadri—stand in a foggy forest and stare ahead.
What’s New to Watch in January On Disney+

Lastly, Percy Jackson and the Olympians will round off its first season with a new episode dropping every Wednesday in January, until the finale on Wednesday, January 31, in which Mount Olympus beckons… and Percy (Walker Scobell) must face his greatest battle yet.

All the titles coming to Disney+ in January are listed below:

Wednesday, January 3
Alice’s Wonderland Bakery (Season 2, 6 Episodes)
Ax Men (Season 10, 10 Episodes)
Forged in Fire (Season 7, 37 Episodes and Season 8, 45 Episodes)
History’s Greatest Mysteries (Season 3, 13 Episodes)
Modern Marvels (Season 20, 2 Episodes and Season 21, 12 Episodes)
Storage Wars (Season 12, 16 Episodes and Season 13, 36 Episodes)
BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star (Episodes 5 and 6)
Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Episode 4 “I Plunge to My Death”)

Friday, January 5
X-Men (2000)

 Sunday, January 7
The Incredible Pol Farm (Season 1, 14 Episodes)

Tuesday, January 9
Echo (Premiere at 6:00 p.m. PT, All Episodes Streaming, also available on Hulu until April 9)

Wednesday, January 10
Hamster & Gretel (Season 1, 3 Episodes)
Kiya & the Kimoja Heroes (Season 1, 12 Episodes)
Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Episode 5 “A God Buys Us Cheeseburgers”)
BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star (Final Episodes 7 and 8)

Friday, January 12
Bluey (Season 3, New Episodes)

Wednesday, January 17
America’s Funniest Home Videos: Global (Season 24, 22 Episodes; Season 25, 23 Episodes; and Season 26, 22 Episodes)
The Ghost and Molly McGee (Season 2, 2 Episodes)
Minnie’s Bow-Toons: Camp Minnie (Season 1, 5 Episodes)
Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Episode 6 “We Take a Zebra to Vegas”)
Siempre Fui Yo (Season 2 Premiere, All Episodes Streaming)

Tuesday, January 23
The Last Repair Shop

On a yellow background, several bugs sit on green leaves. On the right side of the graphic, text reads Epic Tale, Miniature Scale. Below that is the National Geographic logo and under that, a real bugs life is written with bugs cut out of each letter of the word bug. Below that, text says narrated by Awkwafina and below that it says Jan 24 with the Disney+ logo next to that date.
What’s New to Watch in January On Disney+

Wednesday, January 24
Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Episode 7 “We Find Out the Truth, Sort Of”)
A Real Bug’s Life (Premiere, All Episodes Streaming)

Wednesday, January 31
Me & Mickey shorts (Season 2, 17 Episodes)
Mickey Mouse Funhouse (Season 2, 4 Episodes)
Choir (Premiere, All Episodes Streaming)
Assembled: The Making of Echo (Premiere)
Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Episode 8 “The Prophecy Comes True”) (Season Finale)

What’s New to Watch in January On Disney+

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