How to Watch One Day at Disney on Disney+

One Day at Disney gives an in-depth look into the various jobs behind the scenes at Disney. From veterinarians treating animals at a theme park to animators making movies, Disney employs a wide variety of talents. If you’re wondering how to watch One Day at Disney on Disney+, here are some methods to do so.

Where to Watch One Day at Disney

Good news! There are a few ways you and your family can not only enjoy One Day at Disney but everything Disney+ has to offer. Disney+ lets you enjoy exclusive original shows, nostalgic favorites, and blockbuster superheroes. Bundle Disney+ with Hulu and ESPN for the ultimate viewing experience. You can enjoy even more savings with an annual subscription.

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How Many Episodes Are in One Day at Disney?

One Day at Disney on Disney+

There are 51 episodes in One Day at Disney. Each episode lasts 5-10 minutes on average. You can check the complete list of One Day at Disney episodes and their scheduled date release here below.

  1. “Eric Goldberg: Animator”: December 6, 2019
  2. “Thom Self: Machinist/Scuba Diver”: December 13, 2019
  3. “Sage Steele: SportsCenter Anchor”: December 20, 2019
  4. “Katie Whetsell: Finding Nemo – The Musical”: December 27, 2019
  5. “Bob Iger: CEO”: January 3, 2020
  6. “Modern Family: Cast & Crew”: January 10, 2020
  7. “Jose Zelaya: Character Designer”: January 17, 2020
  8. “Este Meza: Lucasfilm Events”: January 24, 2020
  9. “Rob Richards: El Capitan Organist”: January 31, 2020
  10. “Grace Lee: Storybook Artist”: February 7, 2020
  11. “Kristina Dewberry: Imagineering Construction Manager”: February 14, 2020
  12. “Vince Caro: Pixar Recording Engineer”: February 21, 2020
  13. “Lupe de Santiago: Seamstress”: February 28, 2020
  14. “Kris Becker: Animal Keeper”: March 6, 2020
  15. “Leah Buono: Casting Director”: March 13, 2020
  16. “David Muir: World News Tonight Anchor”: March 20, 2020
  17. “Morgan Pope: R&D Imagineer”: March 27, 2020
  18. “Patti Murin: Frozen Musical, Broadway”: April 3, 2020
  19. “Francheska Roman: Candy Maker”: April 10, 2020
  20. “Steve Sligh: Golden Oak Ranch Manager”: April 17, 2020
  21. “Tia Kratter: Pixar University”: April 24, 2020
  22. “Robin Roberts: Good Morning America Co-Anchor”: May 1, 2020
  23. “Joe Hernandez: Attractions Host”: May 8, 2020
  24. “Stephanie Carroll: Ranch Hand”: May 15, 2020
  25. “Ed Fritz: Imagineering Ride Engineer”: May 22, 2020
  26. “Jerome Ranft: Pixar Sculptor”: May 29, 2020
  27. “George Montano: Plasterer”: June 5, 2020
  28. “Scot Drake: Imagineering Creative Executive”: June 12, 2020
  29. “Candice Valdez: Radio Disney Host”: June 19, 2020
  30. “Tony Salvaggio: Park Decorator”: June 26, 2020
  31. “Zama Magudulela: The Lion King Madrid, Spain”: July 3, 2020
  32. “Marc Smith: Story Artist”: July 10, 2020
  33. “Mike Davie: Imagineering Project Manager”: July 17, 2020
  34. “Chris Cristi: Helicopter Reporter”: July 24, 2020
  35. “Laura Cabo: Imagineering Portfolio Creative Executive”: July 31, 2020
  36. “Ryan Meinerding: Marvel Studios Creative Director”: August 7, 2020
  37. “Pavan Komkai: Broadcast Engineer”: August 14, 2020
  38. “Heather Bartleson: Holiday Services”: August 21, 2020
  39. “Eric Baker: Imagineering Creative Director”: August 28, 2020
  40. “Alice Taylor: StudioLAB”: September 4, 2020
  41. “Amanda Lauder: Chef Chocolatier”: September 11, 2020
  42. “Dr. Natalie Mylniczenko: Veterinarian”: September 18, 2020
  43. “Ashley Girdich: R&D Imagineer Manager”: September 25, 2020
  44. “Pablo Tufino: Ride Show Technician”: October 2, 2020
  45. “Gabriela Clark: Creative Print Marketing”: October 9, 2020
  46. “Alfredo Ayala: R&D Imagineer”: October 16, 2020
  47. “Jason Benetti: Play-by-Play Commentator”: October 23, 2020
  48. “Dana Amendola: Disney Theatrical Productions”: October 30, 2020
  49. “Leslie Evans: Senior R&D Imagineer”: November 6, 2020
  50. “Mark Gonzales: Steam Train Engineer”: November 13, 2020
  51. “Season Finale”: November 20, 2020

What Are the Critics Saying About One Day at Disney?

One Day at Disney has no official critic reviews. IMDB rates the series a 7.3/10 based on user scores. Viewers consider the series a must-watch for anyone interested in a behind-the-scenes look at Disney or the jobs they offer.

“Ultimately the documentary is at its best when it puts the spotlight on the incredibly talented individuals, whose passion for their work exudes out from them with ease and it’s in these moments that One Day at Disney has the greatest power to inspire.” – Hamish Calvert, HC Movie Reviews

“It’s easy to dismiss One Day At Disney as merely a promotional video for the company. Let’s face it; it’s pretty much positioned to be just that.” – Joel Keller, Decider

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Is One Day at Disney Suitable for Kids?

One Day at Disney is rated TV-PG which is suitable for children with parental supervision and all viewers over the age of 14.

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