Tragic news has just been announced for lovers of Mickey Mouse.
When it comes to Disney, there is no character more iconic than Mickey Mouse. In 1928, Mickey Mouse first appeared on the big screen in the eight-minute film Steamboat Willie. Since then, this mouse has been the face of the Walt Disney Company, serving as an exemplary mascot who represents everything that Disney stands for.
Now, fans are devastated at the news that Mickey will be leaving our screens.
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“It All Started With a Mouse.”
Over the years, Mickey Mouse has never failed to be a major hit with fans. Inside the Disney theme Parks, Mickey Mouse proudly meets millions of fans every year all over the world. His fun personality is infectious, and Disney has decided to capitalize on his fans with the creation of the incredibly popular TV series. This show is a delightful new animated series that transports viewers to the timeless and enchanting world of Mickey Mouse and his friends. With its unmistakable classic art style and heartwarming stories, this show is a must-watch for fans of all ages.
The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse started in 2013. Since then, the show and its iconic animation have experienced worldwide success. In this show, Mickey Mouse takes center stage alongside Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, and the rest of the iconic friend group.
Beloved Show Comes to an End
This show is undeniably a huge hit, but unfortunately, it is coming to an end. Today, Disney shockingly announced the end of the Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse. The show’s final episode, which pays homage to Steamboat Willie, is currently out on Disney+.
Disney has announced the "The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse" is coming to an end. The short "Steamboat Silly," which is now on Disney+, will be the series finale. pic.twitter.com/nKU0VcOXBc
— Ashley Carter (@AshleyLCarter1) July 28, 2023
While Mickey Mouse will definitely be missed on the big screen, fans feel proud of how incredible this show was. One says;
“it’s been a good run, i’m very glad we got to experience it. I’m delighted that we have the shorts playing on loop at my workplace.”
Hopefully, Disney has something in the works, and Mickey Mouse will be back in a show or movie soon!