Disney+ UK February 2022: The new movies and TV shows to stream

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'The King's Man', 'Pam & Tommy' and 'The Walking Dead' arrives on Disney+ UK February 2022. (20th Century Studios/Disney/Hulu/AMC)
'The King's Man', 'Pam & Tommy' and 'The Walking Dead' arrives on Disney+ UK February 2022. (20th Century Studios/Disney/Hulu/AMC)

A pair of movie releases you might have missed in cinemas last year have made a swift move to Disney+ this month, with Wes Anderson's intricately designed The French Dispatch and the First World War actioner The King's Man both heading to the platform.

Elsewhere, zombie series The Walking Dead returns for its final season and the highly anticipated biopic series Pam & Tommy is due to arrive, with Lily James and Sebastian Stan delivering eye-catching transformations into a pair of 1990s celebrity icons.

Read more: Taking a look at the Hawkeye finale

Here's what's coming to Disney+ UK in February 2022...

Original movies coming to Disney+ UK in February 2022

Torn (4 February)

'Torn' follows the life of an unconventional family of climbers and the tragedy surrounding them. (National Geographic/Max Lowe)
'Torn' follows the life of an unconventional family of climbers and the tragedy surrounding them. (National Geographic/Max Lowe)

Documentary filmmaker and photographer Max Lowe explores the fate of his father in this documentary about the world of climbing. His dad, Alex Lowe, was killed in an avalanche in 1999. One of the survivors of the tragedy was Alex's close friend Conrad Anker. Years later, Anker married Alex's widow and helped to raise his late friend's children, including Max. The documentary is an intimate portrait of a family and their very unique circumstances.

The French Dispatch (16 February via Star)

Wes Anderson delivers a quintessential example of his trademark style in The French Dispatch, which acts as a lovingly crafted homage to eclectic magazines like The New Yorker. It's an anthology movie, with disparate sections representing different articles in the titular publication, edited by Bill Murray's character.

As fans of Anderson's work have come to expect, the ensemble cast is packed with A-list names. One segment features Frances McDormand reporting on Timothée Chalamet's student protester, while another follows Tilda Swinton as she tells the story of a prison artist played by Benicio del Toro. After a cinema run late last year, the film is now set to be available on Disney+.

The King's Man (23 February via Star)

Released into cinemas over the Christmas period, Matthew Vaughn's prequel to his Kingsman series is set for a swift move to streaming. Ralph Fiennes the cast as Orlando Oxford, who puts together a clandestine intelligence organisation as tensions swirl in the run-up to what would become the First World War.

Gemma Arterton and Djimon Hounsou shine as members of the new organisation, with Tom Hollander taking on three roles and Rhys Ifans stealing the show as a wild take on Rasputin.

Original TV shows coming to Disney+ UK in February 2022

Pam & Tommy (weekly from 2 February via Star)

Lily James and Sebastian Stan portray Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee in this series dramatising their infamous sex tape scandal. (Erin Simkin/Hulu/Disney)
Lily James and Sebastian Stan portray Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee in this series dramatising their infamous sex tape scandal. (Erin Simkin/Hulu/Disney)

Before viral videos were a daily part of our lives, one of the first was a sex tape featuring Baywatch star Pamela Anderson and her rocker husband Tommy Lee. The tape had been stolen from the couple's home by a tradesman and then leaked online. This series from I, Tonya and Cruella filmmaker Craig Gillespie follows the fallout of the scandal, with Lily James as Anderson and Sebastian Stan as Lee. Early promo shots have wowed viewers thanks to the actors' uncanny transformations.

The first three episodes of the series will debut on 2 February, with the rest of the eight-part series set to arrive on Disney+ weekly.

Alice’s Wonderland Bakery E1-6 (9 February)

This animated series serves as a spin-off from Alice in Wonderland, with the focus on another Alice — great-granddaughter of the film's protagonist. It follows Alice and her friends as they use enchanted tools and cooking equipment to put together cakes and other sweet treats for their neighbours.

Marvel Studios Assembled: Hawkeye (9 February)/Eternals (16 February)

There are two new episodes of Marvel's behind the scenes series coming in February. (Disney/Marvel)
There are two new episodes of Marvel's behind the scenes series coming in February. (Disney/Marvel)

Marvel has been lifting the lid on all of its recent big and small screen projects with episodes of the Assembled series. Two of last year's Marvel outings are set to step into the spotlight this month, with an episode focused on the Hawkeye series and another telling the story of Chloe Zhao's introduction of a whole new superhero team in Eternals.

Secrets of Sulphur Springs S2 (9 February)

This time-travelling mystery tale returns for a second series as young best friends Griffin and Harper continue to investigate the events surrounding the dilapidated and haunted Tremont Hotel. In this second run, Harper seeks to uncover her own connections to the hotel.

The Wonderful Winter of Mickey Mouse (18 February)

This series of shorts featuring the most famous roster of characters in the Disney stable is back with four seasonal specials this year, starting with winter.

The Walking Dead S11 (weekly from 21 February via Star)

The final season of 'The Walking Dead' returns to Disney+ via Star in February. (Disney/AMC)
The final season of 'The Walking Dead' returns to Disney+ via Star in February. (Disney/AMC)

Having left things off with a dramatic finale in October, The Walking Dead returns for the second half of its final season. Multiple factions of human survivors are in intense conflict, with the hostile Reapers causing problems for the show's central characters. Expect plenty of bloodshed as the long-running series reaches its final conclusion.

The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder (weekly from 23 February)

This animated series continues to focus on African-American teenager Penny Proud as she explores modern life along with her family.

Movies coming to Disney+ UK in February 2022

4 February

Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017, Star)

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017, Star)

The Longest Ride (2015, Star)

Watch: Trailer for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

11 February

High Strung (2016)

Table 19 (2017, Star)

The Thing About Harry (2020, Star)

16 February

Blackpink: The Movie (2021)

18 February

Predator (1987, Star)

Predator 2 (1990, Star)

Jesse Ventura, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Carl Weathers on the set of 'Predator'. (Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)
Jesse Ventura, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Carl Weathers on the set of 'Predator'. (Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)

TV shows coming to Disney+ UK in February 2022

2 February

Baby Daddy S1-6

Lost Treasures of Egypt S2

Narco Wars S1

4 February

The Real Black Panther (2020)

9 February

Danger Decoded S1

Harrow S1-2

Trafficked with Mariana Van Zeller S1

11 February

Frozen Kingdom of the Snow Leopard (2020)

Russia’s Mystery Files (2014)

Winnie The Pooh, a Valentine for You (1999)

90s TV special 'Winnie The Pooh, a Valentine for You' is heading to Disney+ in the UK. (Disney)
90s TV special 'Winnie The Pooh, a Valentine for You' is heading to Disney+ in the UK. (Disney)

16 February

Europe From Above S2

Like Me! S2

Mira, Royal Detective S2 E1-10

One Mississippi S1-2

Rel S1

18 February

Buried Secrets of Cordoba (2019)

Jade Eyed Leopard (2020)

23 February

Amphibia S3 E1-5

For the People S1-2

Savage Kingdom S4

Touch S1-2

Wild Cats of India S1

World’s Deadliest S3

Watch: Trailer for Pam & Tommy