Some titles have lately disappeared from Disney+, including beloved classics Home Alone 1 and 2: Lost in New York, regardless that a spokesperson previously said that it will not rotate content like its rivals. ScreenCrush has listed twelve titles, specifically, which also include Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Dr. Dolittle and The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration. A spokesperson has confirmed to Gizmodo that these shows and films have departed the service; nevertheless, it’s not because of a glitch or a change in policy. Disney+ needed to drop them, for now, attributable to issues related to legacy deals.
The corporate did say a few months ago that some of the service’s offerings might leave the platform due to licensing offers signed previously. It also clarified the time that when a film or show leaves Disney+, it also will not be available for obtaining anymore. That said, the spokesperson instructed Gizmodo that the titles that go away due to licensing issues will return as quickly as those legacy licenses expire. So, sure, you should still be able to stream each Home Alone movies — we do not talk about 3, 4 and 5 — on Disney+ next Christmas.