Disney Legend Tommy Kirk appeared in almost 15 classic films and serials. Fans looking to mourn him via Disney+ were severely disappointed.
A new all-time record for least library advertised in one month for the FOURTH month in a row. Two Fridays fully skipped! Enjoy 'Moon Knight!'
The Kardashians and Lamorne Morris are coming to Hulu in April. Other than that, it's a relatively quiet month. Lots of Disney films coming and going...
Disney renews Hulu's expiring National Geographic library, suggesting they've bungling their rollout of new parental controls.
Nearly all National Geographic titles are leaving Hulu in 2 weeks. Disney+ USA is about to get good.
Disney Plus can't figure out how to handle international content and originals.
Disney+'s coming soon row is basically unused. What is missing from it? How could Disney learn from HBO Max and Netflix?
A spin-off for 'The Boys?' Tons of licensed Disney / Fox films? Must be another month on Prime Video. Here is the March list.
March on Paramount+ brings 'Halo' for the grown ups and 'Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder' for the children.
HBO is coming in like a lion this March as 'Halloween Kills,' 'Fast and the Furious 9,' and 'West Side Story' appear. 'Dune' will also return. What else?
'Curious George' season 15, the premiere of 'Below Deck Down Under,' and 'Joe vs Carol', yet another 'Tiger King' story are some of March's Peacock highlights.
Netflix is kicking off the spring with a new Ryan Reynolds film, 'The Adam Project,' 'Power Rangers Dino Fury' season 2, and 'Bridgerton' season 2.
What is up with 'Bia' season 2? Why doesn't Disney+ dub their international originals? Where are the international titles?
An all-time record for least library in one month for the 3rd month in a row. Plenty of great originals from Disney who only seems capable of doing one or the other.
March continues Hulu's dominance with 2 original films - 'Fresh' and 'Dark Water.' It also sees the premiere of original series 'The Dropout' and 'Life and Beth.'