Every Upcoming Disney+ Project That '90s Kids Will Love

Disney+ has become a major player in the streaming wars since its debut in November 2019. While not bursting with original content like Netflix or Hulu, the streaming service has found its niche -- nostalgia.

Disney has put the focus on including as many films and television series for all generations of fans. The studio has also begun reviving or rebooting many classic titles to appeal to a specific generation, '90s kids.

There are many animated and live-action revivals in the works for Disney+ that tap into the childhoods of '90s fans around the world. Here are all the upcoming projects that the '90s kids will love.

Honey, I Shrunk The Kids

Honey, I Shrunk The Kids is getting the sequel treatment at Disney+. First reported by Deadline, the sequel will see Rick Moranis reprise his role as Wayne Szalinski, the scientist who shrunk his children in the original Honey, I Shrunk The Kids and subsequently got into other wacky scenarios in sequels Honey, I Blew Up the Kid, and Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves.

The Mighty Ducks

The Mighty Ducks, the 1992 sports drama, is getting a sequel series on Disney+. The 10-episode series order will star Lauren Graham as the lead. The Mighty Ducks were immensely popular in the 1990s. With three live-action films and an animated series, the series is the latest in the 90's IPs to be getting a rebirth.

Muppets Now

Muppets Now will get the Disney+ treatment in 2020. Announced during Disney+'s presentation at Disney's D23 Expo in 2019, Muppets Now will be a short-form, unscripted series featuring the iconic Muppets characters.

The Muppets have had a rocky road to revival. After two new live-action films in 2011 and 2014, the franchise seemed to show some life. A series on ABC in 2015 was put into the development and quickly canceled, but on the Disney+ side, Muppets Now is the second Muppets project to be put into development. The first was a Muppets comedy series that was scrapped. It remains to be seen if Muppets Now will be the golden ticket for the franchise.

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Monsters at Work

Monsters at Work is the next revival for Disney and Pixar. Spinning-off of 2001's Monsers Inc. Monsters at Work will bring together the cast of Billy Crystal and John Goodman, who played the characters Mike and Sulley.

The series will take place six months after Monsters, Inc. and focus on an original character. Monsters at Work is expected to debut in 2020.

Lizzie McGuire Sequel

A Lizzie McGuire revival series was announced for Disney+ with Hilary Duff reprising her role as Lizzie. The series began production in November, with creator Terri Minsky originally at the helm as showrunner.

While the series began production in November and filmed two episodes, Minsky left the series due to creative differences. The original premise of the series followed Duff's character Lizzie in her 30s as she experiences life in New York City. It is unknown if this will still be the story when a new showrunner is hired.

At the moment, the status of the series is still in the air, with the series going into hiatus according to Variety.