A new Disney+ docuseries debuting next month will give viewers a behind-scenes-look at some of Disney’s most beloved attractions and destinations.
What You Need To Know
- "Behind the Attraction" to debut July 16 on Disney+
- The new series will take a look at how popular Disney park attractions came to be
- Series to include interviews with past and present Imagineers and never-before-seen footage
- Attractions to be highlighted include Jungle Cruise, Tower of Terror and Space Mountain
“Behind the Attraction” will debut on the streaming service on July 16.
The 10-episode series will “unveil how the attractions came to be” using archival and never-before-seen footage and photos. Each episode will also include well interviews with dozens of Disney Imagineers, past and present, including Bob Weis, Kim Irvine, Carmen Smith, Scott Trowbridge and Joe Rohde.
The series will highlight attractions such as Jungle Cruise, Haunted Mansion, Star Tours, Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, it’s a small world, Space Mountain and The Hall of Presidents. Other episodes will focus on the different castles at Disney parks around the world, the Disneyland Hotel and the transportation systems at Disney parks such as the monorails.
Paget Brewster (“Criminal Minds”) will narrate the series, which is directed by Brian Volk-Weiss (Netflix’s “The Toys That Made Us). Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Dany Garcia and Volk-Weiss serve as executive producers for the original series.