Some series that are on our star wish list (c) Disney / FOX / ABC / Freeform / Collage: Serienjunkies.de
When “biggest content drop“In history, the start of the new sub-division at Disney + is marked with the promising title Star. From February 23, numerous series, films and specials will be available on the streaming service, which at first glance do not fit the Disney image, but are part of the extensive studio archive, which has become even larger with the purchase of 20th Century Fox. Titles from Disney Television Studios (20th Television and ABC Signature), FX Productions, 20th Century Studios and a few others are eligible.
The Disney + novelties for March 2021 give us some indications that there will be new series in the future, which may come from the US stations ABC, FX, FOX, Freeform, Hulu and a few others.
Looking at the long content list, we noticed how few titles from the cable broadcaster Freeform (formerly ABC Family) have so far been part of the offer, especially there a few would still come into question. So we thought about which series from previous years could also be considered.
The condition is that they should come from one of the sub-labels (or an ex-label) of Disney / 20th Century Fox. It is often the case that a series was shown on ABC, for example, but was not produced by an associated studio. This is the case with full house or family matters. We have decided to sort some of the preferred candidates into categories.
Comedy classic from ABC
One of the biggest weaknesses of many streaming services right now is that many older series are still missing. At Disney + it’s a little different, because you can find many films and series from the long Disney history here. Still, they are far from having all of them on offer. Especially series that ran on ABC before 2000 or that came from ABC Studios or their retired people are missing.
The dinosaurs“(Currently already on offer abroad by Disney +) or Blossom.
Obwohl Family Matters (aka „All under one roof“), „Step by Step“ („A strong family“) And Full House also ran at ABC, they come from the competition Warner Bros and are probably out of the question.