September is a seriously good month, y’all. The kids are back in school, the temperatures aren’t making you perspire just by stepping outside anymore, AND AND AND– DISNEY COMES TO NETFLIX!
*runs around house flailing arms wildly*
That’s right, people of earth- it’s the day we’ve all been looking forward to more than the first day of school. It’s the day I’ve been looking forward to more than Christmas- especially considering I just spent all my money at Disney World so I can’t afford to buy the DVDs right when they come out- September 20th is the Day all 2015-2016 Disney releases begin streaming! It’s okay to scream. I won’t judge.
I got the following little teaser e-mail I have to share with you and nearly peed. I’m that excited:
Because some secrets are too big to keep we’re giving you a preview of what’s to come. With all 2015 – 2016 theatrical releases coming exclusively to Netflix, not even an evil father from a galaxy far, far away can bring us down. Trust us, this lineup is nothing close to the bare necessities.
Don’t let the Mad Hatter lead you astray — there’s a lot more coming to Netflix. Just keep swimming to find out what else we have in store; after all, the ocean is calling.
I can’t even decide which I’m excited for the most… I think maybe Alice Through the Looking Glass because I haven’t gotten the chance to see it yet (I don’t judge you, you don’t judge me) and definitely a second dose of Finding Dory. Or how about I just sit down and watch all of them. I don’t need the kids to be home. It can be our little secret.
Up first is the fantastic ZOOTOPIA,
But if you’re super impatient (like me) and can’t wait that long, here are some Disney titles already streaming to hopefully tide you over!
Disney Collection Spotlight
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