Sometimes you just want to sit down and enjoy a good show for your grown up self, and Disney+ has lots of shows for kids. Fantasy dramas, epic space adventures, and superhero hits are all included in the streaming service.

You can watch some of the best adult shows on Disney+.

1. The Mandalorian

You know what to watch.

The Mandalorian was Disney+'s biggest series from the beginning. Who wouldn't want to see a bounty hunter going on a mission to keep a child safe? It is full of surprises and action. There will be two seasons of streaming along with the tie-in series The Book of Boba Fett.

The Mandalorian is available on Disney+.

2. The Simpsons

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If you know 'The Simpsons' then you know that no one is listening to Grandpa. Credit: 20th Television

Hundreds of episodes of the Simpson family's show are available on Disney+.

If you haven't watched The Simpsons before, now is a good time to do so. If you already like it, you're in luck. You're ready for a lot of laughing.

The Simpsons is available on Disney+.

3. Once Upon a Time

The premise was that once upon a time, all of the storybook characters were trapped in a small town in Maine where they forgot who they were and were waiting for a Savior.

The drama's compelling plots and magical characters kept it entertaining even though the later episodes weren't as strong as the first ones. It has hot fairy tale crushes like Captain Hook and Robin Hood. It's not a bad thing to love that.

Once Upon a Time is available on Disney+.

4. WandaVision

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If you saw 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness' then you know why Wanda looks upset here. Credit: Marvel Studios

WandaVision is likely to get a lot of attention. Who wouldn't want to know what happened after the events of the movie? It's a great option for people who haven't seen every movie in the MCU or just want something different.

WandaVision has its main characters living out married life in a 1950s sitcom town. The dark side to their existence begins to emerge as the decades go by.

WandaVision is available on Disney+.

5. The Muppet Show

If you grew up in the 70s or '80s, you're probably familiar with The Muppet Show, a variety show that had the Frog playing host and the rest of the muppets helping out. If you've been missing the antics of the series, now is the time to revisit them.

Get ready for an epic lineup of guest stars, including Rita Moreno, and a bunch of wild-haired puppets, as well as getting into all sorts of shenanigans with them.

The Muppet Show is available on Disney+.

6. Cosmos: Possible Worlds

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Neil deGrasse Tyson returns to host this follow-up to the 2014 reboot of 'Cosmos.' Credit: Cosmos Studios

Neil deGrasse Tyson's Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey and its follow-up, Cosmos: Possible Worlds, are both based on the 1980 PBS series.

In 13 episodes of the show, what is possible is considered.

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7. Daredevil

It's easy to forget that Disney's first steps into streaming were part of a team-up withNetflix and Daredevil was the first thing they released together. The show has been available on Disney+ since February.

Matt Murdock is a blind lawyer who uses his heightened senses to fight crime at night. Wilson Fisk, also known as Kingpin and Frank Castle, are two of the classic characters featured in the series.

Daredevil is available on Disney+.

8. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

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Meet our new Captain America. Credit: Marvel Studios

The fans wanted more of the wholesomely bro-y chemistry between Anthony Mackie, as Sam "The Falcon" Wilson, and Sebastian Stan, as Winter Soldier, in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. The series is a wild ride that attempts to grapple with race in a way that we haven't seen in any other project to date.

This Disney+ original may not look like the action-packed adventures that hit theaters, as it chooses to dive deeper into its characters. It is worth it to explore the likable heroes.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is available to view on Disney+.

9. The Imagineering Story

You're going to love The Imagineering Story if you're a Disney person.

The docuseries looks into the creation of the Disney Parks. Have you ever been to Disneyland? Are you interested in learning about Bob Iger's rise to power? Would you like to see the high-tech design of the movie? All the bases are covered by the Imagineering Story.

The Imagineering Story is available to view on Disney+.

10. The Right Stuff

A still from the Disney+ series 'The Right Stuff.'

The Mercury Seven crew assembles for a press conference. Credit: National Geographic/Gene Page

The Mercury Seven drama is sure to grab the attention of those interested in the space race. The Right Stuff takes place on the ground as a group of astronauts and their families work through personal problems and fame before a launch.

The attractive visuals and compelling cast make the journey worthwhile.

The Right Stuff is available on Disney+.

11. Gargoyles

Gargoyles is not a typical children's cartoon. The '90s classic may have originally aired in an afternoon time slot, but it lives in the same family of programming as Batman: The Animated Series. Gargoyles doesn't shy away from diving into the mud with complex characters, dark themes, and plot lines that don't end in a perfect wrap-up every time.

The show tells the story of a group of nocturnal creatures from Scotland in the 1st century. The gargoyles were trapped in the stone form they assumed after being nearly wiped out by humans. After the ostensible statues are installed near the top of a New York City skyscraper, the gargoyles are able to return to their work of defending the night.

Gargoyles is available on Disney+.

12. Moon Knight

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Mr. Knight isn't afraid to engage in some high-society fisticuffs. Credit: Marvel Studios

The show is called Moon Knight by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. There's a lot of cool stuff from the comic book company. A step into Egyptian myth. The hero's trademark duds were complemented by the sharp-dressed poshness of Mr. Knight. We get a hint of a surprise wolf before the whole thing is over.

This is the world of the man, though. A British museum worker named Steven Grant is the alter ego of the Star Wars actor. The internal exploration of the mind and spirit is what Moon Knight is about.

Moon Knight is one of the best releases of the 2020s so far because of its representation of Arabs and Jews.

Moon Knight is available on Disney+.