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United Arab Emirates, Dubai: 15 June 2020 – OSN Streaming reveals 40 all-new Disney+ Originals, movies, shows and seasons, exclusive boxsets, exclusive documentaries, kids content, Arabic content and so much more this June.


  1. Gallery: The Mandalorian (Starts June 4, weekly episodes every Thursday)

A behind the scenes docu-series on the making of The Mandalorian.

  1. Prop Culture (Starts June 5)

A unique look on the props and costumes that made Disney movies unique – from the craftsmen who created them, the actors interacted with them and the collectors who now owns them.

  1. It’s a Dog’s Life (Starts June 5)

Hosted by the voice behind goofy, Bill Farmer, the series is a reality and educational series about working dogs across the U.S. and responsible pet care.

  1. The Big Fib (Starts June 5)

A kids’ game show where they have to determine which grown up is an actual expert on a certain topic and which one is telling “the big fib”.

  1. Zenimation (Starts June 5)

An animated soundscape experience of short films that pays tribute to the visual and sound artists of Walt Disney Animation Studios.

  1. Timmy Failure (Showing June 5)

An 11-year old boy believes that he is the best detective in town and runs the agency “Total Failures” with his best friend, an imaginary 1,200-pound polar bear.

  1. Artemis Fowl (Showing June 13 w/ international release)

Artemis Fowl, a young criminal prodigy, hunts down a secret society of fairies to find his missing father.



  1. Parasite (showing June 19)

In this four-time Oscar-winner, greed and class discrimination threaten the newly formed symbiotic relationship between the wealthy Park family and the destitute Kim clan.

  1. Where’d you go, Benadette (showing June 26)

Played by Cate Blanchette, this is a quest to find a mother, wife and architect who went missing prior to their trip to Antarctica.


  1. Action Point (showing June 4)

From the star of Jackass and Bad Grandpa comes another slapstick comedy; a daredevil who owned and operated a theme park with his friends.

  1. What Men Want (showing June 27th)

An American romantic comedy that is a loose remake of the 2000 film What Women Want.

  1. Nobody’s Fool (showing June 20th)

After her release from the prison, Tanya realizes that her sister is in love. However, suspicious of her sister’s boyfriend she sets out to investigate him.


  1. Driven (showing June 11th)

FBI informant Jim Hoffman lures troubled automobile magnate John DeLorean to an undercover sting for cocaine trafficking.

  1. Kingsman: The Secret Service (showing June 14)

A secret spy organization who recruits an unruly but talented street kid.

  1. The Maze Runner (showing June 14)

Set in a post-apocalyptic world, Thomas woke up without any memories. He soon learns that he is trapped in a maze and must join force with the others in order to escape.


  1. Cars 1, Cars 2 and Cars 3 (showing June 16)

The full franchise of Cars – adventure of the red race car Lightning McQueen.

Fantasy Adventure

  1. Maleficent: The Mistress of Evil (showing June 6)

In the second installment, Maleficent has a falling off with her goddaughter, Aurora, when she did not approve her marriage with Prince Philip.

  1. Anastasia (showing June 5)

Anastasia escapes through a portal when her family is threatened by Vladimir Lenin and finds herself in 1988, befriended by an American young girl.

  1. Dora: The Lost City of Gold (showing June 12)

Dora leads her friends in the jungle to save her parents by solving the mystery behind a lost Inca civilization.


  1. Ant-Man (Showing June 18)
  2. Ant-Man and the Wasp (Available now)
  3. Avengers Age of Ultron (Available now)
  4. Avengers Infinity War (Available now)
  5. Avengers: Endgame (Available now)
  6. Captain America 1, 2 & 3 (Showing June 18)
  7. Captain Marvel (Available now)
  8. Guardian of the Galaxy (Showing June 18)
  9. Iron Man 1, 2 & 3 (Showing June 18)
  10. Marvel’s The Avengers (Showing June 18)
  11. Thor 1 & 2 (Showing June 18)


  1. Top Gun (1986)
  2. Days of Thunder (1990)
  3. The Firm (1993)
  4. Cocktail (1988)
  5. The Color of Money (1986)
  6. Collateral (2004)
  7. War of The Worlds (2005)
  8. Jack Reacher (2012)
  9. Jack Reacher: NEVER GO BACK (2016)
  10. Mission: Impossible (1996)
  11. Mission: Impossible II (2000)
  12. Mission: Impossible – GHOST PROTOCOL (2011)
  13. Mission: Impossible – ROGUE NATION (2015)
  14. Mission: Impossible III (2006)
  15. Mission: Impossible – Fallout (2018)


  1. Marvel Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.S. Seasons 1-6 plus the brand-new Season 7 (Weekly episodes every Monday from June 1st)

This final season, Agent Coulson and his team are stranded in 1931 New York City, looking for clues to prevent Chronicom (the extremely advanced synthetic semi-robotic beings) hunters from establishing Earth as their new home.

  1. Siren Seasons 1-2 plus the brand-new Season 3 (Weekly episodes every Monday from June 1st)

Marine biologist couple Ben and Maddie, together with a young adult mermaid whom they have developed a deep relationship with, oppose against a new mermaid Tia who plans to overthrow humanity by coercing other mermaids to join her.

  1. Motherland: Fort Salem Season 1 (Weekly episodes every Tuesday from June 2nd)

In a woman-dominated world, three witches enlist themselves in the U.S. army and face the terrorist organization, Spree – a group against having witches in the service.

  1. I May Destroy You Season 1 (Weekly episodes every Monday same minute as the US from June 8th)

Arabella, a carefree and self-assured woman who has a flourishing career and personal life, began to question and must rebuild every aspect of her life when her drink was spiked one fateful evening.

  1. Perry Mason Season 1 (Weekly episodes every Monday same minute was the US from June 22nd)

Based on American fiction’s most legendary criminal defense lawyer, Perry Mason – the series is set in 1932 when the country recovers from the great depression and faces with the case of the decade when a kidnapping goes wrong. Mason’s relentless pursuit of the truth reveals how broken the city still is.

  1. Yellowstone Season 3 (weekly episodes every Monday same minute as the US from June 22nd)


  1. Waco Season 1 (from June 1st)

A mini-series based on true events in Waco, Texas about the stand-off between the government and David Koreshi’s religious faction, Branch Davidians.

  1. Manhunt Season 1 (from June 1st)

London Metropolitan police detective Colin Sutton tracks down a serial killer.

  1. Entourage S1-8 from June 15th
  2. Ballers S1-5 from June 16th
  3. Banshee S1-4 from June 16th
  4. Divorce S1-3 from June 17th
  5. The Leftovers S1-3 from June 17th


  1. Moonlight Sonata (starts June 6)

A deeply personal portrait of three lives, and the discoveries that lie beyond loss: a deaf boy growing up, his deaf grandfather growing old, and Beethoven the year he was blindsided by deafness and wrote his iconic sonata.

  1. I Love You, Now Die (starts June 14)

A 2-part documentary about teen Michelle Carter, who is convicted in texting suicide case of boyfriend Conrad Roy.

  1. Bully. Coward. Victim. The Story of Roy Cohn (starting June 21)

Focusing on key periods of legendary and controversial attorney, Roy Cohn. An extensive, newly unearthed archival material of Trump’s formal personal lawyer, fixer and mentor.

  1. Axios (starting June 24)

Each edition features coverage of a timely big issue, followed by documentary shorts, illuminating interviews with major newsmakers and trustworthy insights delivered with Axios’ signature “Smart Brevity” in a succinct, shareable format.

  1. I’ll Be Gone in The Dark (Starts June 28, weekly episodes every Sunday same minute as the US)

Gripping examination of the unsolved crimes of the Golden State Killer who terrorized California in the 1970s and 1980s.


  1. Alhob Warta

Season 1 returns with new episodes on Thursday 18th June with continued episodes available Sunday-Thursday

  1. Hob Fi Istanbul Season 2 (starts June 1st)

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