Movies and Shows coming to Disney+ USA in November 2023

At the end of November, David Tennant returns to the role of Doctor Who for the first of 3 special episodes. Also streaming this month are two new festive movies, The Naughty Nine and Dashing Through The Snow, and the second season of The Santa Clauses. 

Check out our highlights below and then keep scrolling to take a look at some of the other titles landing on Disney+ USA this November.

Please note: This list is correct at the time of writing but the Disney+ schedule may be subject to change.

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The Three Detectives – Season 1

Release Date: November 1

Junior sleuths will want to tune into this family crime series which sees three friends investigate a number of crimes in their neighborhood. It’s as good an excuse as any to not do their homework we suppose!


“The three friends Kim, Marie and Franzi solve exciting and puzzling detective cases while going about their everyday lives as teenagers. Her cases range from fraud to theft to extortion and also cover issues such as cyberbullying and social justice. But there is also a big mystery waiting for the three junior detectives, which covers all cases and which has to be solved.” (source)

The Santa Clauses – Season 2

Release Date: November 8

Ordinary life didn’t suit Scott Calvin so he’s back at the North Pole with his family. But while he might be donning Santa’s famous suit again, this second season suggests he might still be thinking about retiring! The first two episodes fall down our chimneys on this date. 


“In the series’ sophomore season, the Calvin family is back at the North Pole, as Scott Calvin (Tim Allen) continues his role as Santa Claus after his retirement plans were thwarted when he failed to find a worthy successor in season one. Now that Scott and his family have successfully saved Christmas, Scott turns his focus towards training his son Cal (Austin Kane) to eventually take over the “family business” as Santa Claus.” (source)

Dashing Through the Snow (2023)

Release Date: November 17

Teyonah Parris, Ludacris, Mary Lynn Rajskub, and Lil Rel Howery star in this early festive treat about a father and daughter who meet a man who is dressed suspiciously like Santa Claus. 


“A divorced social worker for the Atlanta police department despises Christmas due to a painful childhood memory. When sent on a call while spending Christmas Eve with his daughter, he inadvertently evokes the wrath of a local politician but meets a man who helps him understand the joy and magic of Christmas.” (source)

The Naughty Nine (2023)

Release Date: November 23

Have your kids been misbehaving? If so, you might want to sit them down in front of this festive film about a group of young people who have been put on Santa’s naughty list. Here’s hoping they learn the error of their ways!


“Mischievous fifth grader Andy finds himself without a present from Santa on Christmas morning. Realizing he must have landed on the “naughty list” and feeling unfairly maligned, Andy pulls together a team of eight other “naughty listers” to help him execute an elaborate heist in Santa’s Village at the North Pole to get the presents they feel they deserve. Along the way, the group comes to realize that the very best way off the naughty list is to redirect their unique talents for good instead of mischief.” (source)

Doctor Who – The Star Beast

Release Date: November 25

The Doctor is back but he’s not at all who we expected. When Jodie Whittaker regenerated at the end of Season 13, we all thought Ncuti Gatwe was going to fill the role of the Time Lord. But it appears that his appearance has been pushed back until Christmas as David Tennant is the new/old face of The Doctor. 

What’s going on? Here’s hoping we find out during the three specials that will be landing on Disney’s streaming service before Christmas. The first special is materializing on this date with Catherine Tate returning to the role of Donna Noble and Neil Patrick Harris starring as The Toymaker. 

Notable Additions

November 1

Behind The Attraction – Season 2

Go behind the scenes of some of Disney’s most iconic and beloved attractions. 

November 3

Marvel Studio Legends

New episodes focus on Carol Danvers, Kamala Khan, and Monica Rambeau (aka The Marvels).

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Ceremony

For the first time, Disney+ is live streaming the event with such stars as Kate Bush, Sheryl Crowe, and Willie Nelson getting inducted into the Hall of Fame. 

Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

Peter Parker is far from home and dealing with a whole host of monsters. Don’t worry though, he has Mysterio at his side to give him a helping hand. Or does he? 

November 6

JFK: One Day In America

This 3-part docuseries marks the 60th anniversary of former President John F. Kennedy’s assassination.

November 29

Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin – Season 1

Join Albert Lin as he travels deep into the Mexican jungle to find a lost Mayan city. 

Also Streaming…

November 1

Firebuds – Season 2

Kiff – Season 1 

The Incredible Dr. Pol – Season 23

The Villains of Valley View – Season 2 

November 2

Marvel’s Loki – Season 2 (Episode 5)

November 3

Goosebumps – Season 1 (Episode 8)

November 8

Daddies On Request – Season 2

Young Jedi Adventures (New episodes)

November 8

Marvel’s Loki – Season 2 (Episode 6)

November 10

Goosebumps – Season 1 (Episode 9)

November 15

Hamster & Gretel – Season 1

Me & Micky – Season 2

Mickey Mouse Funhouse – Season 2

The Ghost and Molly McGee – Season 2 

The Santa Clauses – Season 2 (Episode 3)

To Catch a Smuggler – Season 6

November 17

Goosebumps – Season 1 (Finale)

November 20

Incredible Animal Journeys – Season 1

November 22

Hailey’s On It – Season 1

Marvel’s Spidey and his Amazing Friends – Season 2

Meet Spidey and his Amazing Friends – Season 3

The Santa Clauses – Season 2 (Episode 4)

November 29

Assembled: The Making of Loki – Season 2

Life Below Zero – Season 21

Mickey’s Christmas Tales – Season 1

The Santa Clauses – Season 2 (Episode 5)

What will you be watching on Disney+ this month? Let us know in the comments below. 


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