Goosebumps 2023 Release Date – When Is It Coming To Disney+?

Goosebumps 2023 Release Date – When Is It Coming To Disney+?

In 2023, Disney brings a touch of nostalgic magic to a new generation with its adaptation of the iconic Goosebumps book series by R.L. Stine.

Melding elements of horror, mystery, and coming-of-age drama, the adaptation promises a reimagining that honorus the spirit of the original while infusing it with modern-day sensibilities.

Using state-of-the-art visual effects and a star-studded cast, this much-anticipated show aims to capture the hearts of both young audiences and those who grew up with the classic tales.

The series invites viewers to step back into the creepy and quirky world of Goosebumps, where ordinary teenagers face extraordinary, and often supernatural, adventures.

This brand new adaptation is only available to stream on Disney+.

So if you can't wait to watch the new creepy adventure series, you're in luck.

As of Friday 13th of October 2023, you can watch Goosebumps on Disney+. Just in time for Halloween!

Five episodes from the ten-part series will drop first. New episodes will then follow every week thereafter until November 17, when the first season concludes.

If you're not already a Disney+ subscriber, now is the perfect time to sign up.

In addition to Goosebumps, Disney+ has an impressive lineup of original content, including shows like Welcome to Wrexham and fantastic movies such as Disenchanted.

So mark your calendars now and get ready to see the spooky fantasy drama in all it's creepy glory!

Goosebumps Official Trailer

Watch Goosebumps for Free?

I would not advise anyone to use illegal streams. Instead, you can sign up for Disney+ for a small initial fee and then cancel before you are charged for the month following.

This will give you access to Goosebumps and all the other great content that Disney+ has to offer.

Also keep an eye out for the occasional free day or weekend where you can essentially try before you buy.

What Is Goosebumps About?

Goosebumps is an American horror comedy series developed by Rob Letterman and Nicholas Stoller for Disney+ and Hulu. It is based on the book series of the same name by R. L. Stine.

Starring Rachael Harris, Justin Long and Tyson Dornn, the show follows the story of five high schoolers who accidentally unleash supernatural forces upon their town.

Realising their own parents may be responsible for what happened years earlier, they must work together to find out what happened and stop the spirit before he ruins everything.

How Many Goosebumps Books Are There?

The Goosebumps series by R.L. Stine had over 62 books in its original run, which started in 1992.

Additionally, there were various spin-off series, including Give Yourself Goosebumps, Goosebumps HorrorLand, Goosebumps Most Wanted, and others, which added dozens more titles to the franchise.

All told, there were well over 100 books across these different series and spin-offs.

The series has continued to evolve, with new titles being published even years after the original series ended.

Highly popular over the years, the books have been translated into multiple languages and adapted into other media formats, including television shows and movies.

Goosebumps Films

There are two main Goosebumps movies released.

Goosebumps (2015)

In this movie, a teenager named Zach Cooper, played by Dylan Minnette, moves to a new town and becomes friends with his neighbour Hannah (Odeya Rush).

Zach soon discovers that Hannah's father is none other than R.L. Stine (Jack Black) himself.

After accidentally unlocking one of Stine's original manuscripts, the monsters from the Goosebumps books are released into the real world.

The trio then embarks on a mission to recapture the monsters and save the town from chaos.

Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween (2018)

This sequel features a new set of main characters, played by Madison Iseman, Jeremy Ray Taylor, and Caleel Harris.

In the story, two young friends, Sonny and Sam, find a mysterious book in an abandoned house. Upon opening the book, they accidentally release Slappy the Dummy, who plans to create a monster apocalypse on Halloween night.

The film centres on the boys' attempts to thwart Slappy's evil plans, with the help of Sonny's older sister, Sarah.

While the film lacks some of the original cast, it still delivers a blend of family-friendly scares and humour, once again bringing various monsters to life.

Both films received a generally positive reception and aimed to bring the Goosebumps universe to a new generation of fans while offering a dose of nostalgia for those who grew up reading the books.

More Disney+ Movies?

Disney Plus has an impressive lineup of original content, along with brilliant Disney movies, you'll also get access to the Pixar catalogue along with the Marvel Cinematic Universe and not forgetting all the Star Wars movies and series.

Subscribers outside the U.S. also benefit from content which is normally only seen on HULU. Recently the new Justified series, Justified City Primeval dropped on Disney+ for non-US viewers. Arguably making the streaming service a better deal for those not in the States.

They have something for everyone in the family! If you're not already a Disney+ subscriber, now is the perfect time to sign up.

You can cancel anytime so there's no risk, and you'll be able to watch Goosebumps.

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