Todas las películas y programas de televisión que llegan a Disney Plus en abril y cómo puedes obtener una prueba gratuita

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Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images for Disney

Si no sabes ya qué película o serie ponerte en la tele para ver con la familia, Disney Plus viene a salvarte. La nueva plataforma de streaming ofrece todos los clásicos del baúl de Disney, así como todas las películas, series y documentales de Marvel, National Geographic, Pixar y el universo Star Wars. Y gracias a TechRadar, sabemos qué es lo que se va a estrenar en abril en el servicio.

En la lista vas a encontrar las favoritas de las familias como Doctor Dolittle o La búsqueda (La leyenda del tesoro perdido, en Latinoamérica), además de nuevos episodios de la temporada final de Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Incluso encontrarás la nueva película de Pixar, Adelante (Unidos en Latinoamérica), solo unos meses después de su estreno en cines.
Para acceder a todas las series y películas, vas a necesitar una cuenta.

Cuesta €7 al mes, pero puedes pinchar aquí para registrarte para un periodo de prueba gratuito de 7 días.

1 de Abril

Doctor Dolittle

3 de Abril

Life on the Edge (Nuevo episodio)
Dolphin Reef (Nuevo episodio)
Diving With Dolphins (Nuevo episodio)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Nuevo episodio)
Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings (Nuevo episodio, finale)
Shop Class (Nuevo episodio)
Disney Family Sundays (Nuevo episodio)
One Day At Disney (Nuevo episodio)
Be Our Chef (Nuevo episodio)
A Tale of Two Critters
In a Nutshell
Don’s Fountain of Youth
Donald’s Dog Laundry
Double Dribble
Dragon Around
Elmer Elephant
Fish Hooks (Temporadas 1-3)
How to Play Football
Lambert, The Sheepish Lion
On Ice
Out of Scale
Pluto’s Party
Sea Scouts
Sonny with a Chance (Temporadas 1-3)
The Boy Who Talked to Badgers
The New Neighbor
The Small One
The Straight Story

10 de Abril

A Celebration of Music from the Coco Premiere
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Nuevo episodio)
Shop Class (Nuevo episodio)
Disney Family Sundays (Nuevo episodio)
One Day At Disney (Nuevo episodio)
Be Our Chef (Nuevo episodio)
Life Below Zero (Temporada 14)
Paradise Island (Temporada 1)
Playtime with Puppy Dog Pals (Temporada 1)
Running Wild with Bear Grylls (Temporada 5)
Tut’s Treasures: Hidden Secrets (Temporada 1)

12 de APRIL

PJ Masks (Temporada 3)

17 de APRIL

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Episode 9, Temporada 7)
Shop Class (Nuevo episodio, finale)
Disney Family Sundays (Nuevo episodio)
One Day At Disney (Nuevo episodio)
Be Our Chef (Nuevo episodio)
Brain Games (Temporada 8)
Let’s Stick Together
Mickey and the Roadster Racers: Nutty Tales (Temporadas 1 and 2)
Pluto’s Purchase
The Incredible Dr. Pol (Temporada 16)

19 de Abril

Just Roll with It (Temporada 1)

20 de Abril

Secrets of the Zoo: Tampa (Temporada 1)

22 de Abril

Fury Files
Jane Goodall: The Hope

23 de Abril

Disney Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure (Temporada 3)

24 de Abril

America’s Funniest Home Videos (Temporadas 12-19, 23)
Man in Space
Mars and Beyond
The Olympic Elk
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Nuevo episodio)
Disney Family Sundays (Nuevo episodio)
One Day At Disney (Nuevo episodio)
Be Our Chef (Nuevo episodio)

30 de Abril

National Treasure

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13 Father's Day Gifts for Geeky Dads


When in doubt, you play the hits. Watches, flasks, and ties are all tried-and-true Father’s Day gifts—useful items bought en masse every June as the paternal holiday draws near. Here’s a list of goodies that put a geeky spin on those can’t-fail gifts. We’re talking Zelda flasks, wizard-shaped party mugs, and a timepiece inspired by BBC’s greatest sci-fi series, Doctor Who. Light the “dad” signal ‘cause it’s about to get nerdy!

1. Lord of the Rings Geeki Tikis (Set of Three); $76

'Lord of The Rings' themed tiki cups.

If your dad’s equally crazy about outdoor shindigs and Tolkien’s Middle-earth, help him throw his own Lothlórien luau with these Tiki-style ceramic mugs shaped like icons from the Lord of the Rings saga. Gollum and Frodo’s drinkware doppelgängers each hold 14 ounces of liquid, while Gandalf the Grey’s holds 18—but a wizard never brags, right? Star Wars editions are also available.

Buy it: Toynk

2. Space Invaders Cufflinks; $9

'Space Invaders' cufflinks on Amazon
Fifty 50/Amazon

Arcade games come and arcade games go, but Space Invaders has withstood the test of time. Now Pops can bring those pixelated aliens to the boardroom—and look darn stylish doing it.

Buy it: Amazon

3. Legend of Zelda Flask; $18

A 'Legend of Zelda' flask

Saving princesses is thirsty work. Shaped like an NES cartridge, this Zelda-themed flask boasts an 8-ounce holding capacity and comes with a reusable straw. Plus, it makes a fun little display item for gamer dads with man caves.

Buy it: Toynk

4. AT-AT Family Vacation Bag Tag; $12

An At-At baggage tag

Widely considered one of the greatest movie sequels ever made, The Empire Strikes Back throws a powerful new threat at Luke Skywalker and the Rebellion: the AT-AT a.k.a. Imperial Walkers. Now your dad can mark his luggage with a personalized tag bearing the war machine’s likeness.

Buy it: ShopDisney

5. Flash Skinny Tie; $17

A skinny Flash-themed tie

We’ll let you know if the Justice League starts selling new memberships, but here’s the next best thing. Available in a rainbow of super-heroic colors, this skinny necktie bears the Flash’s lightning bolt logo. Race on over to Amazon and pick one up today.

Buy it: Amazon

6. Captain America Shield Apron; $20

A Captain America themed apron

Why let DC fans have all the fun? Daddy-o can channel his inner Steve Rogers when he flips burgers at your family’s Fourth of July BBQ. Measuring 31.5 inches long by 27.5 inches wide, this apron’s guaranteed to keep the cookout Hydra-free.

Buy it: Toynk

7. Doctor Who Vortex Manipulator LCD Leather Wristwatch; $35

A Doctor Who-themed watch

At once classy and geeky, this digital timepiece lovingly recreates one of Doctor Who’s signature props. Unlike some of the gadgets worn on the long-running sci-fi series, it won’t require any fancy chronoplasm fuel.

Buy it: Toynk

8. Wonder Woman 3-Piece Grill Set; $21

Wonder Woman three-piece gill set

At one point in her decades-long comic book career, this Amazon Princess found herself working at a fast food restaurant called Taco Whiz. Now grill cooks can pay tribute to the heroine with these high-quality, stainless steel utensils. The set’s comprised of wide-tipped tongs, a BBQ fork, and a spatula, with the latter boasting Wonder Woman’s insignia.

Buy it: Toynk

9. Harry Potter Toon Tumbler; $10

Glassware that's Harry Potter themed
Entertainment Earth

You can never have too many pint glasses—and this Father’s Day, dad can knock one back for the boy who lived. This piece of Potter glassware from PopFun has whimsy to spare. Now who’s up for some butterbeer?

Buy it: EntertainmentEarth

10. House Stark Men’s Wallet; $16

A Game of Thrones themed watch

Winter’s no longer coming, but the Stark family's propensity for bold fashion choices can never die. Manufactured with both inside and outside pockets, this direwolf-inspired wallet is the perfect place to store your cards, cash, and ID.

Buy it: Toynk

11. Mr. Incredible “Incredible Dad” Mug, $15

An Incredibles themed mug

Cue the brass music. Grabbing some coffee with a Pixar superhero sounds like an awesome—or dare we say, incredible?—way for your dad to start his day. Mom can join in the fun, too: Disney also sells a Mrs. Incredible version of the mug.

Buy it: ShopDisney

12. Star Wars phone cases from Otterbox; $46-$56

Star Wars phone cases from OtterBox.

If your dad’s looking for a phone case to show off his love of all things Star Wars, head to Otterbox. Whether he’s into the Dark Side with Darth Vader and Kylo Ren, the droids, Chewbacca, or Boba Fett, you’ll be able to find a phone case to fit his preference. The designs are available for both Samsung and Apple products, and you can check them all out here.

Buy it: Otterbox

13. 3D Puzzles; $50

3D Harry Potter puzzle from Amazon.
Wrebbit 3D

Help dad recreate some of his favorite fictional locations with these 3D puzzles from Wrebbit 3D. The real standouts are the 850-piece model of Hogwarts's Great Hall and the 910-piece version of Winterfell from Game of Thrones. If dad's tastes are more in line with public broadcasting, you could also pick him up an 890-piece Downton Abbey puzzle to bring a little upper-crust elegance to the homestead.

Buy it: Hogwarts (Amazon), Winterfell (Amazon), Downton Abbey (Amazon)

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16 Priceless Treasures We've Lost Forever

jeanyfan, Wikimedia Commons // Public Domain
jeanyfan, Wikimedia Commons // Public Domain

Steven Spielberg is known for crafting such masterpieces as Jaws, E.T., Schindler's List, and Jurassic Park. With such a long and acclaimed film career, it probably wouldn't surprise anyone to learn that Spielberg got his start behind the camera at just 17 years old when (with the help of his friends and his high school marching band) he directed his first feature-length film, Firelight.

What's that? You've never seen Firelight? Well, you're certainly not alone; sadly, just under four minutes of the original footage remains. After screening Firelight for around 500 people, the young director sent a few of the film reels off to a producer for review. When the budding director later went back to retrieve his film, he discovered that the producer had been fired—and his movie had vanished.

Firelight is just one example of the many priceless items that have disappeared from history. On this episode of The List Show, we're rediscovering all sort of treasures—from writing by Ernest Hemingway to natural landmarks—that have been lost to time (or circumstance). You can watch the full episode below.

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