What we know about Disney+ so far

April 24, 2019

The Walt Disney Company recently announced that Disney+, Disney’s upcoming streaming service, will launch in the U.S. on November 12, 2019. It will be priced at $6.99 a month. Disney+ will feature a new way to watch and interact with classic films and brands, including content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and more.


Disney+ Website Home Page | © D23


Not only will this new service include our childhood favorites, Disney+ will release more than 25 original series and 10 original films just within the first year of launch, including the highly anticipated ‘The Mandalorian’, the first scripted live-action Star Wars show, produced by Emmy®-nominated actor and producer, Jon Favreau. Other upcoming originals include the new season of ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’; ‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’; Marvel Studios’ ‘Loki’ series starring Tom Hiddleston; ‘Monsters at Work’; ‘Diary of a Female President’ and more.


We can’t forget about our Fox favorites! Disney+ will also feature all 30 seasons of ‘The Simpsons’, and over 7,500 television episodes and 500 different films. Many of these will be from features from 2019 and beyond, including ‘Moana’ and ‘Captain Marvel’. For a list of the movies and series you can expect on Disney+, be sure to visit D23’s Complete Guide.


D23 has also shared that this new service will allow users to create their own custom profiles, with content selected to suit each subscriber’s own individual tastes and style. This will definitely be helpful in trying to figure out what to watch next. Subscribers will also have a wide variety of options to stream Disney+ from, whether it be from their mobile and connected devices, gaming consoles, and smart TVs, among others.


With so many new titles and classic favorites coming to the site, which one are you most looking forward to watch? Visit DisneyPlus.com to sign up for email updates for this exciting new service.

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