Disney+ June 2023 News and New Releases

What’s news for Disney+ this month? Pop Culture Press has your Disney+ streaming News throughout June and New releases for July 2023.

Disney+ June 2023 News and July New Releases

From Marvel to Sharkfest, Disney+ has a lot of new original programming for July 2023. 

Disney+ New Releases in July 2023

July 2

  • Bull Shark Bandits
  • Shark Eat Shark
  • Saved From a Shark
  • When Sharks Attack 360 Limited Series
  • Return of the White Shark
  • Bull Shark vs. Hammerhead
  • Shark Below Zero
  • When Sharks Attack…and Why Limited Series
  • Shark vs. Dolphins: Bahamas Battleground

Raven’s Home S6, Ep 11

July 4
Yuzuru Hanyu Ice Story 2023 ‘Gift’ at Tokyo Dome

July 5
Secret Invasion Ep 3
Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire Series Premiere
Kiya & the Kimoja Heroes Series Premiere

July 7
Aquamania (1961)
Bath Day (1946)
Building a Building (1933)
Figaro and Frankie (1947)
Goofy Gymnastics (1949)
The Skeleton Dance (1929)

July 12
Secret Invasion Ep 4
Bluey 10 episodes
UFOs: Investigating the Unknown Series Premiere
Never Say Never

July 19
Secret Invasion Ep 5
Grown-Ish S5
Hailey’s on It! Series Premiere
Miraculous Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir S5
SuperKitties Series Premiere
America’s Funniest Home Videos S20-22

July 23
Raven’s Home S6, Ep 12

July 26
Secret Invasion Ep 6
Life Below Zero: Port Protection Alaska S6
Me & Mickey Shorts S2
Mickey Mouse Funhouse S2
Pretty Freekin Scary Series Premiere

July 28
The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse: Steamboat Silly

July 30
Raven’s Home S6, Ep 13

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Disney+ News

Here is the latest Disney+ News from Pop Culture Press.

Pixar Blames Streaming For Flop

Imagine an animated movie for kids with a storyline about immigration. Would you be excited to take your children to see it? It’s easy to agree we all care about important issues such as this. The question is do issues such as immigration and other adult concerns make for great childhood entertainment? And while it can be made to be entertaining, are there other things that would be much easier to work with, let alone entertain? It’s not to say teaching children through entertainment is wrong. Scores of films have done it over time. Some things are perhaps just a bit of a stretch. That’s the case with Pixar’s Elemental. At least so far. It’s bombed in its open weekend and maybe Pixar’s Chief Creative Officer, Pete Docter says it best, “I don’t think of Pixar as making children’s programming.” He explains: “We like to make films that are simple enough for adults, but sophisticated enough that kids will find them interesting too.” So when Elemental flops, Docter has an answer that ignores his previous statements. “In the long run, there’s been a bit of a mixed blessing because we’ve trained audiences that these films will be available for you on Disney+. And it’s more expensive for a family of four to go to a theater when you know they can wait and it’ll come out on the platform.”  This theory doesn’t really bear out when other films from Marvel and WB are still in blockbuster territory. No one is waiting for them to hit Disney+ or Max.  

Streaming Strike Hits Marvel Series

After picketing writers hit the Daredevil: Born Again set in NYC multiple times, Marvel and Disney+ announced it will permanently shut down work until the writer’s strike ends. 

Two Marvel Originals Removed Saves Disney+ $

Disney+ removed two low-traffic original shows under the Marvel brand. It’s a first for any Marvel content being removed. Marvel’s Hero Project and Marvel’s 616 have been removed from the streaming platform and while you may think why not just leave them up if they own the intellectual property, and there’s no cost to Disney — there is a cost. Consider Disney has to pay residuals similar to each time you listen to a song on iTunes or Spotify. Each time a show is watched, Disney has fees to pay to various entities. Unless the content has legs to produce revenue, a low-traffic show is more of a liability than a profit center. 

Secret Invasion Update

Season One of Nick Fury’s Secret Invasion which began in June will to a close in late July.  It’s Marvel’s 22nd series for the small screen. It’s part three of Marvel’s phase five set in the present and it comes to an end this month. 

We now know the premise is that once key government official Nick Fury moved to space with the Skrulls and learned a faction of the Skrulls became bent on secretly overtaking Earth by way of their shape-shifting ability.  The series is designed for the small screen as it depicts Nick Fury resolving the ordeal without any superpowers or superheroes. Or does it?

The Marvel series on Disney+ is once again loosely based on the original story Secret Invasion by Brian Michael Bendis written in Marvel comics running April through December in 2008. 



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