while Disney + It gives you access to most Disney movies both new and old, and there are plenty of TV shows on the service as well. From long-form shows to short shows, shows designed for kids or adults, and anything else in between, there are plenty of options to choose from. You don’t have to search too hard to find the next series to binge on.

Much of the latest Disney+ exclusives have been limited series, telling their story in one season. While fans might care about more, they’re not getting all that excited because they don’t have more stories to tell in this format. While this list may change over time if we hope to see season renewals on some of our favorite shows, for now, these are all the best limited series that Disney+ currently has to offer.

10 Transit

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sports drama Transit Based on the novel of the same name by Kwame Alexander. Twin brothers Josh and JP struggle through their coming-of-age story. They both love and play basketball and are important members of their team. However, tension begins to grow as one of the most important matches looms in the near future, with problems at home and school on the way. The drama and heartfelt feelings it brings are enough to keep you wanting more at the end of each episode.

9 Parallels

The group of friends in The Parallels
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French science fiction show Parallels It is about four teenage friends who find themselves in the midst of a reality-shifting catastrophe. The group celebrates one of their members’ birthday in a hideout, but when the lights go out after a power surge, two friends go missing. Although they don’t realize it at first, it turns out that an experimental particle collider is sending them into parallel worlds, where each pair of friends is missing out. Now they must figure out how to restore themselves to their normal universe while navigating the changes brought about by the collider. It’s a fun show that will keep you guessing all season long.

8 Obi-Wan Kenobi

Ewan McGregor as Obi-Wan Kenobi petting an alien animal
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Obi-Wan Kenobi It is a TV series spin-off of the popular Star Wars character. After the fall of Capricorn after Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the SithKenobi now lives in hiding on Tatooine, trying to nurture young Luke from a distance to be there for him when he comes of age. However, his peaceful life is disrupted when Princess Leia is kidnapped, and Bail Organa turns to Kenobi for help. He is reluctant to accept but ends up on a mission across the galaxy where he is chased by Darth Vader and his detectives. If you’re a Star Wars fan, watching this lost bit of time is definitely worth it.

Related: Obi-Wan Kenobi: Why the Star Wars Series Doesn’t Need a Season 2

7 The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes and Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson
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After Marvel’s Avengers: EndgameAnd The mantle of Captain America passed to Sam Wilson. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier He shows us what happens next as Wilson struggles to accept the role for himself, feeling that the shoes are too big to fill and that the mantle might be better off in retirement. However, when the government decides to take the shield he donated and make their own Captain America that doesn’t follow the same beliefs, Wilson and Bucky Barnes get sucked into chaos as they don’t want to tarnish their friend’s name in such a way. . If you are a fan of the MCU, then you must be familiar with the title characters, which means that this show is a must for you to enjoy.

6 Moon Knight

Dramatic portrait of the hero, Moon Knight
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The MCU’s latest shift in making TV shows along with their movies paved the way for that Moon Knight, a new hero not previously mentioned in the franchise. Stephen Grant is having some recent troubles in his life as he notices he is losing track of time. Sometimes it is believed that he wakes up in different parts of the world. He soon discovers that it is real, and has nothing to do with sleepwalking. He already has multiple personalities, and whenever he fell asleep, Marc Spector would once again take over the body to serve as an avatar for the Egyptian god Khonshu. Now that they both know each other, they must learn how to work together in order to stop a bad and ancient evil from taking over the world. With loads of action and a great cast, it’s a show you don’t want to miss.

5 Muppets Mayhem

Stylized image of the Muppets that belong to Doctor Teeth's squad
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dummies is a classic show that almost everyone can recognize by name, even if they’ve never watched anything the Muppet was in. So, it should come as no surprise that Disney+ decided to create a new show, which resulted in Muppets Mayhem. This series follows the Muppets’ musical group, Dr. Teeth, and Electric Mayhem, as they encounter the modern music business while trying to record their debut album. With characters like Dr. Teeth, Animal, Statler and Waldorf, it should come as no surprise that this show is full of mayhem and comedy that everyone can enjoy.

4 hook

Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop and Jeremy Renner as Hook, with brackets drawn
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hook is a series about the next titular Avengers hero Avengers: Endgame. Now that Hawkeye’s family is back, he’s trying to focus on making up for lost time and avoiding the Avengers’ action. However, Kate Bishop, a local archery teacher and fan of Hokai, mistakenly casts herself as his alter ego Ronin, forcing him to stay in town to clean up the mess before she is killed by the mistake. From there, it turns into an almost buddy comedy as they work together to make it all clear. Filled with plenty of easter eggs and comedic bits throughout the intense plot, there’s plenty for anyone to enjoy, whether you’re new to the MCU or not.

3 American born Chinese

Some of the cast are American Born Chinese
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Based on the graphic novel of the same name by Jin Luwen Yang, American born Chinese It is an action comedy set in an American high school. Jin Wang, a sophomore who struggles to find himself, is the main character. He is assigned to show Wei-Chen around the school, a new exchange student from China. Although they initially do not get along with their personalities, it is soon revealed that Wei-Chen is not all that he seems, and he drags Wang right into the middle of a battle between two Chinese deities that he believed he was not. Out. It’s a great story to enjoy and learn more about Chinese culture and religions.

2 WandaVision

A false image of Vision and Wanda as the world goes from black and white
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WandaVision is an MCU show that starts out innocently but hides an amazing amount of secrets underneath. Despite seeing Vision get killed by Thanos in Avengers: Infinity WarAnd The first episode shows Wanda and Vision moving into a house together, and it works just like a classic sitcom. However, we soon learn that the sitcom isn’t the real show, because the entire town of Westview is trapped inside a barrier that forces them to go through these scenarios. However, what really keeps them there, and how the vision returned, is the real mystery that slowly unfolds. The show will keep you guessing all the time as it continues to develop new surprises and twists, keeping you on the edge of your seat.

Related: WandaVision: Every TV Show That Inspired a Disney+ Series

1 small light

Small light sticker
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small light is an aspect of Anne Frank’s story that is not touched upon much. While the contents of her memoirs remain popular reading and film material, this biographical drama focuses on Meb Jess, the woman who helped hide the Franks from the Nazis. Jace was hired by Otto Frank several years before the Nazi invasion, becoming his secretary and family befriend. She did not hesitate to help them when they were in danger and hid them in the attic of the office building, watching them closely for as long as possible until they were discovered. It was Jess who also found Anne Frank’s diary in the attic after they were arrested, and managed to keep it so Otto Frank could publish it later. It’s a great piece if you’re into World War II, and it’s interesting to see these events cast in new light.


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