Win or Lose Series Pushed to 2024 Release Date

Win or Lose, Pixar’s long-form series following the Pickles softball team is moving its Disney+ release date to 2024
Three screencaps from Pixar’s Win or Lose showing softball players

Pixar’s upcoming long-form series, Win or Lose, following the Pickles softball team is scheduled to release on Disney+ in 2024.

The news of the release date change started popping up in the Pixar Post Forum on November 7. User, Pixar Pug, speculated that the release date may be moved (from the planned December 2023 date) after the series was excluded from a Disney+ “Seasons Streamings” press release.

It seemed certain that the release date would be changed when, today, Drew Taylor from The Wrap noticed that Win or Lose was additionally excluded from the complete December Disney+ press release.

Pixar Win or Lose Disney Plus Screencap


Confirming all prior speculations, Win or Lose producer, David Lally noted on X that the series would be delayed – “Sorry to keep you waiting! 2024!”

UPDATED – Director, Carrie Hobson also updated on X, noting, “We have finished the show and can’t wait to share it with y’all! Will share our new release date very sooooon.” If the show is all wrapped up, we assume that the release date delay is due to positioning the release to avoid the rash of holiday releases.

Of course, we would love to see a specific month attached to the release date of 2024, but if we had to guess, we’d assuming in the first quarter of 2024.


Read prior news and view images surrounding the Win or Lose series in our earlier posts – dating back to December 2020 when the series was first revealed.

Pixar Win or Lose Disney Plus Screencap


“Win or Lose,” Pixar Animation Studios’ first-ever original series, follows the intertwined stories of eight different characters as they each prepare for their big championship softball game. The series reveals what it actually feels like to be in the shoes of each character—the insecure kids, their helicopter parents, even a lovesick umpire—with incredibly funny, very emotional and uniquely animated perspectives. Directed, written and executive produced by Carrie Hobson and Michael Yates, and produced by David Lally.

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