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Desperate Housewives And Lost Are Being Added To Disney+

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Desperate Housewives And Lost Are Being Added To Disney+

With the vast majority of the UK now under strict Tier 4 restrictions, we're all in need of some decent telly to keep us occupied.

And we're in luck, as Disney+ has added a variety of new programmes and hit shows to its content list.

The streaming service has teamed up with Star to add a stack of titles to their platform from February 23rd - and will include a number of our old favourites.

The series was a huge hit when it first aired in the 2000's (Credit: ABC)
The series was a huge hit when it first aired in the 2000's (Credit: ABC)
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The new shows made available include early noughties series Desperate Housewives - a fun, soapy drama that followed a group of wealthy women as they navigate the trials and tribulations on their suburban street, Wisteria Lane.

The series is a cult classic and made a household name over star Eva Longoria alongside the rest of the cast.

Lost will also be made available to stream (Credit: ABC)
Lost will also be made available to stream (Credit: ABC)

Another classic that's been made available is controversial mystery drama Lost, which followed a group of survivors who are stranded on an island after a plane crash. Considered to be one of the greatest television dramas of all time, Lost has also gained a number of critics for its increasingly complex plot lines and somewhat unclear ending. Now may be the time to rewatch the entire series from the beginning to figure out the mystery for yourself.

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How I Met Your Mother, Prison Break and The X-Files will also be made available to stream on-demand, alongside a number of titles from the Die Hard franchise among other series.

How I Met Your Mother will hit Disney+ (Credit: CBS)
How I Met Your Mother will hit Disney+ (Credit: CBS)

And that's not including a whole stack of TV shows coming straight from the Marvel Cinematic Universe soon to launch on the streamer, including Wandavision and Loki.

The new programmes come as Disney+ has announced a new set of parental controls which will stop any little ones from seeing anything they shouldn't.

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The updates will allow subscribers to set limits on content access for specific profiles and add a PIN to lock profiles which have access to content for an older audience.

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Topics: Disney, Disney+, TV News, TV & Film, Disney Plus, TV Entertainment

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