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Disney Plus Highlights Coming in March 2024

Disney Plus is set to drop some great new content in March 2024. If you’re a fan of Taylor Swift, there’s something in store for you. If you’re a fan of classic Marvel cartoons, there’s something in store for you. You get it, there’s quite a few highlights to look forward to on the streaming service. From The Eras Tour to the return of X-Men ’97, here’s what to expect.

Apart from the usual collection of Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar and other shows and movies, you’ll be getting a lot of value for money when it comes to the sheer amount of content on offer on Disney Plus. We’re starting things off with a bang.

Death and Other Details Season 1 – 5 March

Set amidst the glamour of the global elite, “Death and Other Details” centers on the brilliant and restless Imogene Scott (Violett Beane), who finds herself in the wrong place/wrong time (okay, it was kinda her fault) and becomes the prime suspect in a locked room murder mystery. The setting? A lavishly restored Mediterranean ocean liner. Suspects? Every pampered guest and every exhausted crew member. The problem? To prove her innocence, she must partner with a man she despises—Rufus Cotesworth (Mandy Patinkin), the world’s greatest detective.

QUEENS – 5 March

The wildest places on the planet have always been home to powerful leaders, but this is a story of a new hero – fierce, smart, resilient and … female. QUEENS features matriarchies and female leaders around the world to tell a story of sacrifice and resilience but also of friendship and love. These QUEENS aren’t always kind or gentle, letting nothing come between them and the success and safety of their families.

Extraordinary Season 2 – 6 March

After the revelations of Season One, the gang find themselves poised for their best attempts at being proper adults. This season follows Carrie and Kash rekindling their platonic relationship while finding their feet independently of each other, Jizzlord searching for where he truly belongs, and Jen striving for self-improvement – which is not easy, when you have a penchant for self-sabotage.

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) – 15 March

A concert film from Taylor Swift’s global record-breaking tour available for the first time in its entirety, including the song “cardigan” and four additional acoustic songs. The history-making, cinematic experience from 14-time GRAMMY-winning artist, “Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour” directed by Sam Wrench, grossed more than $260 million worldwide at the global box office, making it the top selling concert film of all-time.

X-Men ’97 – 20 March

Marvel Studios’ “X-Men ’97” is a follow-up to the beloved ’90s classic “X-Men: The Animated Series,” with all-new stories about everyone’s favourite mutants. Beau DeMayo is executive producer and head writer.

Next Goal Wins – 27 March

Academy Award winner Taika Waititi (Best Adapted Screenplay, 2019, “Jojo Rabbit”) directs this heartfelt, underdog comedy based on a true story and written by Waititi and Iain Morris. “Next Goal Wins” follows the American Samoa soccer team, infamous for their brutal 31-0 FIFA loss in 2001. With the World Cup qualifiers fast approaching, the team hires down-on-his-luck, maverick coach Thomas Rongen (Michael Fassbender), hoping he will turn the world’s worst soccer team into winners.

Renegade Nell – 29 March

England, 1705: Framed for murder and on the run with her sisters, Nell Jackson turns her hand to highway robbery to survive. Aided by her superpowered sidekick, a plucky little sprite called Billy Blind, Nell realises that fate has put her on the wrong side of the law for a reason. A reason much bigger than she could have ever imagined: to defeat a magical plot against the Queen of England.

Madu – 29 March

“Madu” follows 12-year-old Anthony Madu as he leaves his family and community in Nigeria to study at one of the most prestigious ballet schools in the world in England. Having never left his home outside of Lagos, Anthony finds himself thrust into a new world where his wildest dreams are suddenly within reach. His courageous journey is a story of extraordinary obstacles as he searches for belonging and acceptance, a family far away, and unexpected challenges that could impact his future.

Editor-in-Chief of Nexus Hub, writer at GLITCHED. Former writer at The Gaming Report and All Otaku Online. RPG addict that has wonderful nightmares of Bloodborne 2.

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