Which Playhouse Disney or Disney Junior Shows Should Be Added to Disney+?

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Which Playhouse Disney or Disney Junior Shows Should Be Added to Disney+?

Disney+ subscribers love requesting titles to join the Disney+ library, and now that we may be getting the hit series Bear in the Big Blue House added to the service in 2022, we wanted to see which of these missing Playhouse Disney or Disney Junior shows should be added to the streaming service. (The answer is all of them!) Get ready for a trip down memory lane and check out the list below:

Related: ‘Bear in the Big Blue House’ Reportedly Coming to Disney+ in 2022!

Which Playhouse Disney or Disney Junior Shows Should Be Added to Disney+?

JoJo’s Circus – “The story focuses on JoJo Tickle, a 6-year-old girl clown, and Goliath, JoJo’s pet lion. She and Goliath learned at the Little Big Top Circus School, where all young soon-to-be circus performers learn under their teacher Mrs. Kersplatski.

Which Playhouse Disney or Disney Junior Shows Should Be Added to Disney+?

PB&J Otter – “Peanut, Jelly, and Baby Butter are three young otters who live on Lake Hoohaw with their family and friends. Peanut, Jelly, and Baby Butter are three young otters who live on Lake Hoohaw with their family and friends.”

Which Playhouse Disney or Disney Junior Shows Should Be Added to Disney+?

Doodlebops – “Colorful pop band The Doodlebops encourage kids to dance and sing along to their music. Geared toward preschoolers, Rooney, Moe, and Deedee Doodle also teach age-appropriate lessons. Segments include “Doodlebops Dance of the Day” with step-by-step instructions for viewers.

Which Playhouse Disney or Disney Junior Shows Should Be Added to Disney+?

Chuggington – “Chuggington follows the humorous adventures of Koko, Wilson, and Brewster, three trainee engines each with their own unique personality. … Throughout each traintastic episode, the trainees embark on different adventures where they learn to ride the rails of life and explore Chuggington, a safe and exciting world.

Which Playhouse Disney or Disney Junior Shows Should Be Added to Disney+?

Johnny and the Sprites – “The Sprites and all of the other creatures that inhabit Johnny’s world were designed by Michael Schupbach. … The show follows Johnny T (Tartaglia), a songwriter who moves into a house given to him by his great-uncle. There, he discovers little magical creatures called “sprites,” who introduce him to their fantasy world.

Which Playhouse Disney or Disney Junior Shows Should Be Added to Disney+?

Charlie and Lola “Charlie has a little sister named Lola; she is ‘small, and very funny’. Lola often gets caught up in situations that she (inadvertently) causes, whether it’s running out of money at the zoo and having to borrow Charlie’s, to forgetting her entire suitcase when having a sleepover at a friend’s house.”

Which Playhouse Disney or Disney Junior Shows Should Be Added to Disney+?

Nina Needs to Go – “Nina needs to go is a Disney Junior shorts series that follow a 4-year-old girl named Nina in different settings like the mall or beach. It is a film that a young girl, Nina needing to go to the bathroom but she holds it and every time she sees water or some type of running liquid, she finally decides she needs to go.

Which Playhouse Disney or Disney Junior Shows Should Be Added to Disney+?

Jungle Junction – “Follows the adventures of a group of animals on wheels as they explore their jungle home. The series intends to instill an early respect for the environment in preschool-age children.

Which Playhouse Disney or Disney Junior Shows Should Be Added to Disney+?

Stanley“Stanley teaches a wide variety of issues preschool children face, including change, growth, rules, and dealing with others. Each episode centers on an animal that deals with or helps explain the issue Stanley is grappling with.”

Which Playhouse Disney or Disney Junior Shows Should Be Added to Disney+?

Bunnytown – “All the bunnies in Bunnytown are happy and friendly, for the most part anyway! Super Bunny chases other bunnies for their carrots as the rest of the residents play, sing, dance, hike and even blast into outer space. Created for preschool viewers, Bunnytown is about fun and friendship. The neighboring town is Peopletown, a place where the bunnies occasionally visit to see what the humans are up to. At the end of each episode, the bunnies come together to sing the closing song, “It’s a Bunnytown Life.”

Related: New Teaser Trailer Reveals Surprising Titles Coming to Disney+ in 2022

What other Playhouse Disney or Disney Junior titles would you like to see join the Disney+ library? Did we miss any key shows? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments. Be sure to check back here at Chip and Company for updates and all things Disney+!

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Kaitlyn is a writer, painter, and artist based just north of Baltimore, Maryland. She is a previous participant in the Disney College Program and has years of experience with Walt Disney World Parks and Resorts and with Universal Orlando Resort. Her and her big 'Ohana are frequent visitors to the parks and resorts and she is always up for another trip to visit her favorite castles! Kaitlyn is the News & Entertainment Writer for Chip and Company and is passionate about writing and storytelling.
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