Disney+ News

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Feb 20, 2013
On November 12th Disney+ the new direct to consumer streaming service will launch to consumers priced at $6.99 per month or $69.99 annually. There will be an option to bundle with Hulu and ESPN+ however that pricing has not yet been announced.


Disney+ will feature existing and original content from the vast Disney library. Including Disney animation, Walt Disney Studios, Disney Channel, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic and Fox. It will be fully ad free.

Captain Marvel will be the first film after its cinematic run to appear on Disney+ with others such as Lion King, Avengers Endgame, and Frozen II to also appear within a year of their release.

Original content will include a live action Lady and the Tramp, an Imagineering docu-series, Forky asks a question, Lamp life, The World according to Jeff Goldblum, and much much more.

A series based on the work done by Disney at places such as Animal Kingdom and Epcot will be part of the National Geographic section of this new service.

All of the Star Wars films will be on Disney+ as well as the new original series The Mandalorian.

Marvel 616 and The Marvel Hero Project are Marvel originals on Disney+ as well as a Loki series, and Falcon/Winter Soldier series.

High School Musical: The Musical The Series will debut as part of the Disney Channel original content as well as a Phineas and Ferb film. Over 5000 hours of TV shows and over 100 Disney Channel original movies will be part of Disney+

Other originals are Togo, Noelle, Monsters at Work, Timmy Failure, and Stargirl.

20th Century Fox classics like The Sound of Music, Dr. Doolittle, and Malcom in the Middle will be available.

All 30 seasons of the Simpsons will be on Disney+

Disney+ will be available on Roku TV and Playstation with more coming soon as well as your smart phones, tablets, and computers.

All content will be downloadable.

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Mackenzie Click-Mickelson

Chugging along the path of life
Oct 23, 2015
It’s not great (physical DVD’s are OK)
...but since I’m stuck with DSL I don’t get full HD quality, anyway.(there’s gig speed cable over the end of my driveway, but they won’t run it down to my house)
DSL? Oh yeah that would make a big deal. And for you why spend the extra money if your equipment won't really deliver what you're paying for anyways.
  • Mr. Mickey

    DIS Veteran
    Nov 10, 2017
    I watched the entire investor day conference, start to finish since I got home from work early today. I have to say I am very excited for everything and think it is perfect for my family considering the myriad of content and affordable price. It is evident that there will be a large amount of content, but a few questions are still killing me:

    Will fox IPs get their own “tile” or will they be wrapped into the Disney label? Will fox content be excluded from the service the first year (except for a few exceptions)? And honestly just anymore info on what role all the new fox content will play in the service.

    Overall though, very impressed by everything presented. If I were Netflix, I’d watch out!
  • Mr. Mickey

    DIS Veteran
    Nov 10, 2017
    Another thought I had is about organization.

    While it seems it will be very easy to navigate, some of the tiles concern me a bit. For example, Pixar and marvel only have 20 or so movies with a few movies and Star Wars even less so clearly these tiles will be especially easy to navigate. However, the Disney tile is especially concerning. Disney animation or live action alone already have more media than marvel, Pixar, or Star Wars. If you put those 2 together with Disney channel and presumably some fox content on top of that, there will be a what I fear is too much content in the one tile compared to others. I fear this could result in difficult navigation for the tile and I think that maybe Disney’s name tile should be subcategoried into Disney live action, channel, animation etc for consumer ease purposes

    If that makes sense
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