Here’s a List of Everything Coming to Disney+ Through January 26

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Disney+ subscribers might be a bit disheartened now that Star Wars: The Mandalorian has completed its first season on the streaming platform, but the new year is ushering in a number of other new series that pop culture fans might be interested.

Not only will fans be getting new shows like The World According to Jeff Goldblum, Encore!, and Marvel's Hero Project, but they'll be getting a whole range of other content as well.

Advertisement just recently listed down the upcoming series set to premiere on Disney+ this January and it looks like the Mickey Mouse House has a whole set of goodies for everyone this month.

Here's the list of Disney+ additions set to arrive on January 15, 2020:

America's National Parks (Season 1)
Continent 7: Antarctica (Season 1)
Dog: Impossible (Season 1)
Marvel Super Hero Adventures (Shorts) (Season 2-3)
Muppet Babies Show and Tell (Shorts) (Season 1)
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja (Season 1-2)
The Lodge (Season 2)
Wild Russia (Season 1)

Disney also has a batch of new series set to premiere two days after, on January 17, 2020.

This includes Diary of a Future President, which features the story of Elena, a regular school girl who tries to manage her relationships with her best friend and her family. Encore, a series about former highschool classmates returning to reprise their roles in their version of the Broadway classic "Ragtime" is also going to premiere on January 17. So is Marvel's Hero Project, a series that celebrates the story of Tokata a storyteller and leader among the indigenous youth.

There's also The World According to Jeff Goldblum, a series that follows the Jurassic Park star's different adventures. One Day at Disney and Pick of the Litter are also set for new episodes on January 17.

New episodes for Dairy of a Future President, Encore!, Marvel's Hero Project, The World According to Jeff Goldblum, One Day at Disney, Pick of the Litter, and Short Circuit are all set for January 18, 2018.

These series might not be that big, but it'll help pacify pop culture fans as they wait for more content from Star Wars and Marvel.

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