Monsters Inc TV Show is all set to be released on Disney+

Get set for the commendable TV show from Monsters Inc. and laugh your heart out!
TV show from 'Monsters, Inc.'

This news is surely going to make you super happy just in case you are a connoisseur of the ‘Monsters Inc’. Disney, as well as Pixel, have announced a TV show planned by Monsters Inc. that will be showcased next year. Disney’s streaming service is all set to scare you with an array of laughs.

With its newly introduced characters, you are not at all going to control your wide smiles. Named as ‘Monsters at Work’, this show is going to be streamed in 2020.

Get set for the commendable TV show from Monsters Inc. and laugh your heart out!

Original characters to be a part of this animated series 

A press release discussed by Disney says that this animated series will be featuring a plethora of original stars. These include Billy Crystal (Mike), Sulley (John Goodman), Tylor Tuskmon (Superstore‘s Ben Feldman) along with varied others.

Not only the newer ones are in the scene but also some old faves have continually secured their place. These are Jennifer Tilly as Celia Mae, Mike’s snake-haired girlfriend, and Pixar lifer John Ratzenberger as Yeti and some others.

Get set for the commendable TV show from Monsters Inc.

The whole team will be there.

Other shows lined up in Disney+

Not solely the ‘Monsters at Work’ is going to be streamed in Disney+ but also, varied other new shows are lined up to be shown. These are the most awaited Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, Return of The Jedi and also the High School Musical TV series.

This amazing series is going to showcase apt drama as well as music in the form if a vibrant documentary. On a whole, it can be said that Disney+ is ready to make your senses happy with its range of series.

Aastha Negi
I believe in expressing, but not through speech instead by writing. Accompanied with an immense love for scribbling, I am well versed in adapting to every style of writing that comes my way. With my mind full of imagination, I am always indulged in penning down my thoughts.

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