November is just around the corner, and Disney has just announced an exciting event–30 days long–in November to keep the celebration of Disney’s 100th anniversary going.
The Walt Disney Company’s anniversary is October 16, but the centenary celebration of the company has been in full swing for months. And just like the celebration of Disney’s 100th began long before October, Disney is taking steps to make sure the celebration continues long after October.
Beginning November 1 and running through November 30, fans can enjoy the 30 Days of Disney event on Freeform. The exciting lineup of Disney programming will include titles like Captain Marvel, Free Guy, Jungle Cruise, Raya and the Last Dragon, as well as a special celebration of the 10th anniversary of Disney’s Frozen, which will kick off with a marathon on Monday, November 27, 2023.
Other favorite Disney, PIXAR, Star Wars, and Marvel offerings will be available on Freeform throughout the entire month of November. Even some of Walt Disney Animation’s classic films will be available, including The Little Mermaid and Tangled. Disney’s Moana and PIXAR’s Coco will also be part of the 30 Days of Disney event on Freeform. Seasonal classics and offerings are also listed on the exciting line-up. Those include the classic holiday film Home Alone and, of course, Disney’s A Christmas Carol, in an effort to help fans get into a festive mood for the upcoming holiday season that follows Thanksgiving.
Other titles that will be shown as part of the 30 Days of Disney event on Freeform include Disney’s Mulan, Brave, Beauty and the Beast, Princess and the Frog, and more. Disney fans are also excited to walk on the wild side (but not the plank) as Disney offers an adventure with none other than Captain Jack Sparrow during the Pirates of the Caribbean films marathon, which is planned for November 11, 2023.
For fans who can’t wait for the exciting event on Freeform that begins on November 1, remember that many of the Disney film offerings available on Freeform during the event are also available to stream right now on Disney+, and there’s no need to wait until after Halloween to get started!
The Walt Disney Company was begun by Walt Disney and his older brother Roy O. Disney on October 16, 1923, as the Disney Bros. Studios. Throughout their lives, the two Disney brothers were known as the visionary and the money-watcher. If Walt could dream it, his brother Roy could find a way to bring it to reality.
Though they could never have imagined all that would come of their hard work–or the size the Disney empire would one day grow to–it’s evident that they conducted themselves and their business in a manner conducive to growth, and that alone is worth a celebration with all the fanfare imaginable.
The 30 Days of Disney event begins on November 1, only on Freeform.