The Walt Disney Company had a rather interesting year, for a number of reasons. Many of the headlines for the company focused on the Disneyland and Walt Disney World theme parks, which were closed down because of the coronavirus pandemic.

But throughout the year, Disney continued to make headlines for the company’s new streaming content, updates about the park’s future, and for the experiences, they were offering to people at home.

One of the most popular of these aforementioned experiences was the Dole Whip recipe, which Disney shared on its social media channels during the pandemic’s early days. It wasn’t the official Dole Whip recipe — rather a “frozen pineapple treat” — but it was still a big moment for the company to release a highly held secret recipe.

Soon after, Walt Disney World reopened its doors amid the pandemic, allowing Disney fans to gather with social distancing requirements.

Disneyland attempted to do the same, but California waffled over guidelines until deciding on a set of rules that Orange County would need to meet. Disneyland still remains closed.

Meanwhile, Disney pivoted to focus more on streaming content. It released “Mulan” — which was billed as a summer blockbuster — to the world through Disney Plus. Top Marvel films like “Black Widow” and “The Eternals” were put on the shelf until 2021. Meanwhile, new “Star Wars” content dropped, with promises of even more to come in the future.

Here’s a look at Disney’s year based on all of our coverage.