On December 3, upcoming SVOD Disney+ and Disney Publishing Worldwide have teamed up to launch One Day at Disney a 52 episode series and a feature-length doc, as well as a table-top book about the House of Mouse.
Produced by Beverly Hills-based Endeavor Content’s non-scripted division, the new episodes, which range from four- to seven-minutes-long, and the feature-length doc look at the roles of Disney creators in their daily jobs. Executive produced by Michael Antinoro and David Chamberlin and produced by Victoria Chamlee, the screen adaptations will feature creators like Pixar artist Jerome Ranft (Finding Nemo) and former ESPN sportscaster Robin Roberts talking about their jobs.
Meanwhile, Disney’s new book features images taken from 76 photo shoots from around the world. The collectible book will be available for pre-order at Disney’s D23 fan event in Anaheim, California, which runs from August 23 to 25.
Disney+ has been making moves lately to build up its unscripted slate leading up to its November 12 launch in the US, Canada and the Netherlands. The SVOD revealed yesterday that it had picked up KTF Films documentary series Pick of the Litter to turn it into a six part docu-series for kids and families. It also unveiled a large unscripted slate earlier this month, which includes: Disneynature’s Dolphin Reef; Encore, a musical show led by Kristen Bell; cooking competition series Be Our Chef; anthology series Cinema Relics: Iconic Art of the Movies; (Re)Connect where families discuss issues that are dividing them; Rogue Trip a travel guide to places average tourists don’t go; and the student competition series Shop Class.