Disney+ has announced this morning that over 20 new Star Original titles will be arriving on the streaming platform over the next year.

The newest addition to Disney+, Star, has seen a number of high-profile series become available to viewers this side of the Atlantic. Titles such as 'Dollface', 'MODOK', 'Solar Opposites', and 'War of the Worlds' have been popular on the platform.

Thankfully, Star on Disney+ will continue to deliver even more exclusive content to us over the coming year.

The most exciting titles that are set to premiere include the 'Pam & Tommy' limited series, based on the sex tape between Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee; 'Welcome to Wrexham' which will document Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney's takeover of the Welsh football club; 'Y: The Last Man' based on the DC Comics series; and 'American Horror Stories' which is a spin-off of the Ryan Murphy horror anthology.

There's also a reboot of 'The Wonder Years' in development, which will focus on a black family during the late '60s in Alabama and will be narrated by Don Cheadle. Fans of 'The US Office' will be happy to know that there's also an untitled B.J. Novak series heading to our screens later this year.

'Only Murders in the Building' starring Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez will debut during the autumn this year. The upcoming Kardashian/Jenner TV series will also stream exclusively on Star on Disney+, with an expected debut for later this year.

No release dates have been set for any of the series yet, but all are expected for release towards the end of 2021, or the first half of 2022.

Here's a full rundown of each series announced for Star on Disney+ so far:

'American Horror Stories'

'Dear Mama'


'Fleishman is in Trouble'

'Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted'



'Only Murders in The Building'

'Our Kind of People'

'Pam & Tommy'



'Reservation Dogs'

'Running Wild with Bears Grylls'

'The Big Leap'

'The Choe Show'

'The Wonder Years '

'Trafficked with Mariana Van Zeller'

Untitled BJ Novak series

'Welcome to Wrexham'

'Wicked Tuna'

'Y: The Last Man'