One of the best features of the Disney+ streaming service is the ability to request titles owned by Disney that have yet to be added to the Disney+ library. Nostalgic television shows such as Gargoyles, Hannah Montana, and more have done very well on the streaming service with many subscribers getting to rewatch shows they haven’t seen in decades. Now a very popular series from the now-defunct television station Playhouse Disney may be joining the streaming service in the new year!
Bear in the Big Blue House is reportedly joining the streaming service after an interview between popular YouTube channel Defunctland and the show’s star Noel MacNeal (Bear) teased fans about staying tuned to Disney+ news in regards to the series during Defunctland’s charity stream benefiting Give Kids the World. MacNeal shared, “I think  is going to be a very good year, and if you have Disney+…be patient… 2022, just be patient.”
The show has been one of the most requested titles for young viewers as many children who grew up watching Bear in the Big Blue House are now beginning to have children of their own that they want to share the series with. Some fans even believe MacNeal may be hinting at a potential reboot series exclusively for Disney+, but that is strictly a rumor at this time.
You can check out the full interview below, with Noel MacNeal chimming in at the 2:07:51 mark of the charity stream with Defunctland:
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