Seeking Michael, a moving documentary by reality TV personality Spencer Matthews about his quest to find his brother’s body on Mount Everest has generated a lot of buzzes, but not for the reasons you might expect. Disney Plus was supposed to air the program on Friday (3rd March).
But, those who wanted to see the documentary were perplexed when it did not launch on the streamer on time. Michael Matthews, Spencer’s brother, was the youngest Briton to ascend Mount Everest in 1999, but he vanished three hours later.
Spencer returns to Mount Everest in Seeking Michael with mountaineer Nims Purja and British adventurer Bear Grylls in an effort to locate his brother’s body. How come the documentary has been postponed, then? To learn everything, continue reading.
Finding Michael Delayed
Disney Plus released a comment about the documentary on Saturday, albeit the precise justification for the delay has not yet been made public (4th March). It read:
“We’re sorry that the debut date for Finding Michael has shifted on Disney+. We will let you know as soon as we have new timings for its launch. This will be in the near future.”
The statement added:
“Thanks for your patience.”
Spencer penned a similar message on his Instagram Story explaining: debut date has shifted”.
He explained: “Apologies to everyone trying to view Finding Michael on Disney Plus. The debut date has shifted and we’ll update you as soon as we have the timings.”
He continued: “This will be in the near future. Thank you all for your support.”
If you are interested in learning more about the other upcoming series that will be available on Disney Plus, you can read our older blogs in which we discussed all of the details relevant to the release of the following series:
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- When Will Ant Man 3 Be on Disney+? Will It Be Available to Rent on Demand?
When Will Finding Michael Be Released on Disney Plus?
Finding Michael on Disney+ has yet to officially announce a fresh release date. In the ‘near future,’ according to Spencer Mathews and Disney+, the show will be accessible. Keep an eye on their Twitter page because the streaming service promises to inform users as soon as a date is determined.
As soon as we learn something new, we will be sure to pass it along to you. Domaintrip.com is a great source of up-to-the-minute information, so be sure to add it to your favorites.