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Sully and Mike Will Soon Be Back With 'Monsters Inc' TV Show!
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  • "Ook-lay in the ag-bay."

    The line was famously uttered by James P. Sullivan, a.k.a. Sully, in the animated film Monsters Inc., and it's Pig Latin for "Look in the bag.

    If you're missing Sully and his best pal Mike Wazowski's antics, you're not alone. After all, it's been six years since the last movie franchise was shown in cinemas, and 18 years since the first one debuted on screen.

    Of course, you can always rewatch the animated films Monsters Inc and Monsters University, but new adventures of the funny duo will soon be available on a more regular schedule as Monsters At Work, a series will soon be available to watch, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

    Monsters At Work picks up from where Monsters Inc left off, six months after their workplace successfully found a source of energy 10 times more viable (and less frightening) than screams: laughter. A new character, Tylor Tuskmon, will be introduced as a talented young mechanic whose dream is to work his way up to the Laugh Floor and join Sully and Mike.

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    This sequel to the Monsters Inc. franchise will be exclusively seen on Disney Plus (Disney+), Disney's very own streaming service, which will be launched in the U.S. in November this year.

    Just like Netflix, Disney Plus will allow anyone with a subscription to watch movies, TV shows, documentaries, and even original films. Content-wise, there's no shortage to what you can watch, as programs from Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm (Star Wars), Pixar, and even National Geographic will be available to stream.

    The younger audiences will be thrilled to know that the following titles, which is just a portion of a much longer list, will be available to watch immediately at launch:

    101 Dalmatians 
    A Bug's Life 
    Big Hero 6 
    Finding Nemo
    Inside Out 
    Iron Man 
    Mary Poppins 
    Monsters University 
    Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl  
    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 
    Sleeping Beauty 
    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 
    The Good Dinosaur 
    The Incredibles 
    The Little Mermaid  
    The Princess Diaries 

    It's not yet clear when (and if) the Philippines will be part of the upcoming launch of Disney Plus, but in the U.S., the subscription fee is rumored to be much lower than that of  its competitors. If that is true for all markets, then that is something children and adults alike can look forward to. 

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