The service will launch November 12, with subscriptions available for $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year, making it the exclusive streaming home of franchises like Star Wars, Pixar, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Simpsons, and more. Are you looking forward to Disney Plus?
Disney+ will become available to subscribers in the United States on Tuesday, Nov. 12.
Disney is working on Disney+, a streaming service akin to Netflix or Hulu, but jam-packed with their own content. Disney+ will include a back catalog of Disney works, as well as brand-new content created just for the service.
Disney revealed details about the service at an investor event on Thursday (Friday NZ time) in Burbank, California.
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In the first year, Disney+ aims to offer up 7,500 television episodes and 500 films from the Disney library. Projects already in the works include a Monsters Inc. spin-off series, a The Sandlot TV series, and many new Marvel projects.
Disney+ will allow downloading so that all shows and movies on the service can be accessed offline. Marvel heroes like Falcon, Winter Soldier, and Scarlet Witch are all getting shows, and there will also be live-action spinoff shows for the Star Wars franchise.
Disney Plus is preparing an insanely exciting slate of content day one for fans. Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy teased it as "a thrilling spy series set in the Star Wars universe", and she also promised that there are "several more live-action series in development". Togo, starring Willem Dafoe, tells the real-life tale of a man and his lead sled dog's journey through the Alaskan tundra, will premiere in one year on Disney+. All 30 seasons of the long-running animated show will be available to stream, as soon as the service launches.