REPORT: Disney Streaming Series Will Combine Princesses & Superheroes

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A report has Disney's upcoming streaming service adding a new show to its upcoming slate, which will combine two of Disney's biggest current properties: superheroes and princesses.

Disney Insider reports the new series will be titled Secret Society of Second Born Royals, centering around a teenage princess who is second in line for the throne of her home kingdom. She is sent to a summer school where she finds out that she and the other members of royalty attending the school actually have supernatural powers.

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The site goes on to say the show will be produced by Austin Winsberg (Gossip Girl) and Mile Karz (The Nut Job) and written by Alex Litvak (Predators) and Andrew Green (Hannah Montana). Anna Mastro (unREAL) will serve as a director on the series.

If the report turns out to be true, Secret Society of Second Born Royals will be one of the first original properties to debut on the service. The Mandalorian wrapped filming last month, and Rick and Morty writer Michael Waldron has joined the upcoming Loki series as a writer and executive producer.

The Disney streaming service is scheduled to be unveiled later this year.

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