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- “Monsters at Work” is now available to stream exclusively on Disney Plus.
- No longer scaring kids, the monsters want to elicit laughter in this workplace comedy.
- Access to Disney Plus costs $8 a month or $80 a year.
“Monsters at Work,” the new animated series from Disney Plus, brings viewers back to the colorful world introduced in “Monsters, Inc.” and explores what happens when monsters are tasked with making children laugh instead of scream.
The show features John Goodman and Billy Crystal reprising their roles as Sulley and Mike, respectively. They are joined by a boisterous voice cast that includes Mindy Kaling (“The Office”), Ben Feldman (“Mad Men”), and Aisha Tyler (“CSI”). The series was created by Bobs Gannaway who worked on multiple Disney shows like “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,” “101 Dalmatians,” and “Lilo & Stitch: The Series.”
The release date for “Monsters at Work” was originally slated for 2020, but the series was delayed until this summer. The show has received positive reviews so far, and currently holds a 90% rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 10 critic reviews.
“Monsters at Work” joins a growing collection of kid-friendly shows on Disney Plus. The service’s large selection of family programs helps make it our pick for the best streaming service for parents and their kids.
How to watch ‘Monsters at Work’
A monthly subscription to Disney Plus costs $8. You can save over 16% by getting a yearly subscription for $80. For even more movies, shows, and sports, you can take advantage of Disney’s bundle deal that includes a subscription to Disney Plus, ESPN+, and Hulu Basic for $14 a month. Compared to combining separate subscriptions, the Disney bundle saves you $6 a month.
The streaming service is available on many smart devices and media players, including Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, most smart TVs, mobile devices, and tablets. For more information about supported devices, visit the Disney Plus website.
What other movies and shorts from ‘Monsters, Inc.’ can I watch on Disney Plus?
This includes the original Pixar movie, “Monsters, Inc.,” as well as the prequel “Monsters University.”
If you’re looking for something quick to watch, animated shorts based on Mike and Sulley’s relationship, like “Mike’s New Car” and “Party Central,” are available for streaming on Disney Plus as well.