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‘Love, Victor’ And ‘Big Sky’, Among The Star Series Coming To Disney + In February – Crossover 99

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Disney + is about to welcome Star content with open arms, the sixth brand to join the platform in order to offer subscribers a complete catalog. On February 23, the number of titles available on the streaming service will double with series and movies from FOX, ABC, FX, 20th Century and Disney Television Studios. In this way, Star and Disney + come together to contain thousands of hours of entertainment.

All original Disney + movies and series

And we already know what titles users will be able to see from February. Big Sky and Love Victor, the first two original Star productions will be available on Disney +. Big Sky comes from the hand of David E. Kelley – author of Big Little Lies – and it is an intense thriller. Two private detectives search for two sisters who have been abducted by a truck driver in Montana. They soon realize that they are not the only victims in the area and start a race against time to find the rest of the missing women.

Katheryn Winnick ( Vikings ) stars in the series as Jenny Hoyt. Joining her are Ryan Phillippe as Cody Hoyt, Jesse James Keitel as Jerrie, Kylie Bunbury as Cassie Dewell and Brian Geraghty plays Ronald Bergman.

Love, Victor is inspired by the movie With Love, Simon and focuses on Victor, a new student at Creekwood High School, and his journey of self-discovery. Victor has problems at home, he is not quite adjusting to the new city and is still exploring his sexual orientation. When he can’t take it anymore, Simon comes to help him. It premiered on Hulu in June 2020 and stars Michael Cimino. Joining him are Rachel Hilson, Anthony Turpel and Bebe Wood, among others.

They are not the only titles that are incorporated into the catalog, since from February mythical series such as 24, Lost, Desperate Housewives, How I Met Your Mother, Prison Break, The X Files, Sons of Anarchy, Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, the Alien franchise and the Die Hard saga.

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