Left: In an image from the second season finale episode of ABC’s The Wonder Years, Dean (Elisha “EJ” Williams) is standing inside Disneyland Park, wearing a pair of old school Mickey ears. He’s smiling and wearing glasses, looking at something offscreen to the right. Middle: In an image from Hulu’s Miguel Wants to Fight, from left to right, Cass (Imani Lewis) and Miguel (Tyler Dean Flores) are standing on a street, looking seriously at something off camera to the left. Cass is wearing a red top and burgundy pants, and Miguel is wearing a blue button-up shirt over a white T-shirt. Right: In an image from Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures, Kai Brightstar (voiced by Jamaal Avery Jr.) is seen wearing Jedi robes and holding up a lightsaber.

5 Fantastic Things to Watch This Weekend Presented by State Farm®

By Courtney Potter

Firmly moving into the fall, we have another sure-to-be-enjoyable weekend ahead of us—replete with captivating content to watch from all over the worlds of Disney. The delightful Williams family of 1960s Montgomery, AL, wrap up their second season on ABC’s The Wonder Years, and World Princess Week kicks off with an exciting new special on Disney+; meanwhile, stars a-plenty gather across networks (for the eighth time!) to raise funds for an extremely worthy cause… There’s so much more where that came from—read on for what you can expect:

In an image from the second season finale episode of ABC’s The Wonder Years, Lillian (Saycon Sengbloh), Dean (Elisha “EJ” Williams), Kim (Laura Kariuki), and Bruce (Spence Moore II) are seen walking near the front of Disneyland Park, close to the Disneyland train station, which is seen in the background. Two costumed characters—penguins from Mary Poppins—are seen interacting with guests to the right. Benches are seen to the left and right, and other guests are milling about; some are holding Mickey ear balloons on strings. Dean is wearing Mickey ears.

The Wonder Years—season finale now streaming on Hulu
The Wonder Years wraps up its second season with two new episodes… In “Happy Birthday, Clisby,” the Williams gather to celebrate Clisby’s (Richard Gant) 75th birthday—including Bill’s (Dulé Hill) brother Melvin (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) and his daughter. While Bill and Melvin try to one-up each other for Clisby’s approval, Melvin’s daughter shares big news with Lillian (Saycon Sengbloh) and Kim (Laura Kariuki). In “The Happiest Place on Earth,” the season finale, the family decides to go on vacation; Kim suggests a road trip to Austin College, while Dean (Elisha “EJ” Williams) proposes a stop at Disneyland Park. In the meantime, after meeting up with his old bandmates, Bill reflects on his life choices.

In an image from Hulu’s Miguel Wants to Fight, Miguel (Tyler Dean Flores), on the left, is dressed in a yellow jumpsuit a la Uma Thurman’s character in Kill Bill. He is readying to fight another person to the right, who’s dressed in a white button-up shirt and black pants. They are facing one another in fighting poses, with their arms up, on a grassy field. Behind them is a line of teenagers, all wearing white jumpsuits with black stripes down the arms and legs. A yellow flag with a line depiction of a lion is seen flying on a pole behind the teens to the right.

Miguel Wants to Fightnow streaming on Hulu
Despite living in a neighborhood where fighting is stitched into the fabric of everyday life, high school junior Miguel (Tyler Dean Flores) has never found himself in one. And, to be honest, he’s perfectly fine with that… But when a combination of events turns his life upside down, Miguel and his three best friends—the stoic David (Christian Vunipola), the rowdy Cass (Imani Lewis), and the quick-tongued Srini (Suraj Partha)—enter into a series of hilarious misadventures as he tries to get into his first-ever fight. This new Hulu Original Film is directed by Oz Rodriguez and written by Jason Conception and Shea Serrano.

The poster for Disney+’s LEGO Disney Princess: The Castle Quest features Tiana, Moana, Snow White, Rapunzel, and Ariel in the foreground, seen in front of a castle; in the background are looming images of Gaston and King Triton. The background is in shades of purples and pinks; towards the bottom of the image is the special’s title, premiere date, and the Disney+ logo.

LEGO® Disney Princess: The Castle QuestFriday, August 18, on Disney+
In LEGO Disney Princess: The Castle Quest, Tiana, Moana, Snow White, Rapunzel, and Ariel are off on an adventure as they are each unexpectedly transported to a mysterious castle. Shortly after arriving, they soon discover that Gaston has hatched an evil plan to take over all their kingdoms! The Princess characters must work together to solve challenges hidden deep within the castle walls and try to save their kingdoms from Gaston. Will bravery, quick-thinking, and teamwork prevail? Featuring the voices of Disney Legend Jodi Benson as Ariel, Auli’i Cravalho as Moana, Mandy Moore as Rapunzel, Disney Legend Anika Noni Rose as Tiana, Katie Von Till as Snow White, Richard White as Gaston, Joanne Worley as the Wardrobe, Corey Burton as the Magic Mirror, and Jim Cummings as King Triton, the special helps kick off the big World Princess Week celebration!

In an image from Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures, Master Yoda (voiced by Piotr Michael) with Jedi Younglings, Kai Brightstar (voiced by Jamaal Avery Jr.), Lys Solay (voiced by Juliet Donenfeld) and Nubs (voiced by Dee Bradley Baker) and their friends Nash Durango (voiced by Emma Berman), and RJ-83 (voiced by Jonathan Lipow) are seen standing together on the planet Tenoo. It is nighttime, and lit-up dwellings can be seen behind them. Hills can be seen in the distance.

Star Wars: Young Jedi AdventuresFriday, August 18, at 9 a.m. ET/PT on Disney Channel and Disney XD and 7:30 p.m. ET/PT on Disney Junior
The episode’s two stories include: “Visitor’s Day,” in which the Jedi track down artifacts stolen from the town fair; and “The Growing Green Danger,” where Nubs (voiced by Dee Bradley Baker) plants a seed that grows out of control.


The logo for Stand Up To Cancer, in black, red, and yellow, features several arrows on the left of the image that point up.

Stand Up To CancerSaturday, August 19, at 8 p.m. EDT and PDT / 7 p.m. CDT on ABC
On Saturday, August 19, the entertainment community will come together for Stand Up To Cancer® (SU2C) and its eighth cross-network fundraising special, supporting urgently needed research and new treatments for cancer. Debuting in a refreshing new format, the televised celebration entitled “How It Started, How It’s Going” will recognize SU2C’s impact and progress over the last 15 years. Celebrities making a special appearance during the one-hour show include Elizabeth Banks, Jessica Biel, Don Cheadle, Katie Couric, Danai Gurira, Tony Hale, Ken Jeong, Maria Menounos, Julianne Moore, Tig Notaro, Jimmy Smits, Eric Stonestreet, Justin Timberlake, and more; and a special montage of comedic skits from past specials will feature Jack Black, Ben Falcone, Zach Galifianakis, Brad Garrett, Bill Hader, Jon Hamm, Kevin Hart, Ed Helms, Melissa McCarthy, and Matthew McConaughey.