These are the most searched titles by Disney subscribers today. (Infobase)

The ace TV shows have carved out an important place for themselves among the reconfiguration of forms of entertainmentat a time when movies, music, podcasts and other formats seek to capture the attention of viewers through the various streaming platforms they consume.

Although the origin of the series dates back to the first half of the 20th century, the truth is that never before have the big chains invested and produced as much as in the new millennium, in a context where the users of these platforms consume the productions at an unimaginable speed.

Disney+ has been one of the main protagonists of the streaming war And of course, he opted for making series and many of them managed to keep users hooked, becoming the topic of conversation for weeks.

Here is a list of Disney+ Uruguay’s most popular series:

1. The Mandalorian

In the anarchic period following the collapse of the Galactic Empire, an armored bounty hunter known only as The Mandalorian takes on a well-paying but enigmatic mission.

2. Malcolm

Family sitcom that tackles the problems and amusing situations of a middle-class American family in which son Malcolm seems to be the only sane one…or at least the only one showing signs of sanity. The family consists of his neurotic parents Hal and Lois, his older brother Francis and his two other siblings, Reese and Dewey.


Bluey is a tireless six-year-old dog. This blue Australian Cattle Dog turns everyday life with his family into an extraordinary adventure, developing his imagination as well as his mental, physical and emotional abilities.

4. Gravity Falls

It follows the adventures of 12-year-old twins Dipper and Mabel Pines, who see their summer plans fall apart when their parents decide to send them to their great-uncle Grunkle Stan, who lives in the heart of Gravity Falls. Soon Dipper and Mabel discover that all is not as it seems in Gravity Falls and they trust each other and their new friends to find out what REALLY is going on in this strange place.

5. Star Wars: Remesa Mala

Follow the Bad Batch’s experimental and elite clones as they find their way through a rapidly changing galaxy after the Clone Wars.

6. Jessica

The series follows a dreamy teenager from Texas, Jessie, who moves to New York and begins her life outside of rural areas. She gets a job as a babysitter for four children whose parents are millionaires. Jessie must take care of the four children, one of their imaginary friends and a capybara. As she navigates the big city, Jessie finds allies in butler, Bertram, and 20-year-old doorman, Tony. From there, the character finds himself in thousands of comical situations.

7. Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug

When Paris is in danger, Marinette transforms into Ladybug. What she doesn’t know is that her handsome friend Adrien is Cat Noir, another superhero serving the city.

8. I am the Moon

Luna Valente goes through life happily on her skates. But her life takes an unexpected turn when her parents receive an offer they can’t refuse: overnight, the Valente family must leave their beloved home and move to another country. Luna must adapt to a new life, new friends and a new school, where she finds herself in a world of luxury and elite that has nothing to do with her. Luna takes refuge in her skates and thanks to them she discovers an ice rink which offers her a new universe on wheels.

9. The Simpsons

American animated comedy created by Matt Groening for the Fox company, the series is a satirical parody of the style of the American middle class embodied by a family of the same name, made up of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie Simpson. The plot takes place in the fictional town of Springfield and parodies American culture, society, television, and many other aspects of the human condition.

10. Power

From Carol Danvers and Wanda Maximoff to Women of Wakanda to Guardians of the Galaxy, “MPower” chronicles the journey of all these characters, from their birth in Marvel comics to the MCU and beyond, using archival footage, imaginative animations and candid images. interviews, to describe the impact these characters and the women behind their success have had on fans around the world.

*Some titles may be repeated in the ranking because they are different episodes or seasons, likewise, they may not have a description because the platform does not provide them.

With its platform that offers original films and series, Disney+ seeks to compete with Netflix.  (Shutterstock)
With its platform that offers original films and series, Disney+ seeks to compete with Netflix. (Shutterstock)

Disney+ is a streaming platform which belongs to The Walt Disney Company and which offers its subscribers a wide catalog of films, series, documentaries, among other multimedia products released under the studios Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star, National Geographic, among others.

The service was officially launched on November 12, 2019 in the United States and Canada, later expanding to the Netherlands and Spain. It took until the end of 2020 for the platform to finally reach Latin America and the Caribbean, with the exception of Cuba.

As last cut on August 10, 2022, the streaming service It has around 221.1 million users worldwide, surpassing its biggest rival: Netflix for the first time.which remained at 220.67 million users.

The total number of users represented by Disney+ (152 million) also refers to its service Hulu (46.2 million) and ESPN (22.8 million). On the other hand, Netflix lost 200,000 subscribers in its last report and is expected to lose two million more.

Yet his reign in the world of streaming it might not last long due to the announcement of their new payment planssince the company is considering a new premium package for which it will be necessary to pay more after the arrival of a new modality that includes advertising.

As a backdrop, at the end of 2015, Disney launched its DisneyLife service in the UK, but following the launch of Disney+, the service was suspended.

At the time of its launch, it was said that the platform Seeks to host 500 movies and 7,000 episodes of shows or TV series; Additionally, there were plans to release four original movies and five TV shows, which was seen with the launch of The Mandalorian series, which cost nearly $100 million.

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