Disney Releases Pricing, Premiere, and Launch Details For Its Streaming Service

Disney+ is here… Almost!

Here’s what we know:

Disney+ will launch on November 12th and it’ll cost you $6.99 a month.  You can also save a few bucks by choosing the $69.99 annual plan.  Like Netflix, there won’t be any ads.  And Disney will likely bundle Disney+ with its other streaming products, ESPN+, and Hulu, but there aren’t any details yet.  From day one it’ll be stocked with programming from across their vast library, including 18 Pixar movies, 13 animated classics that have previously been locked inside the Disney ‘vault,’ all the “Star Wars” films . . .

Marvel titles like “Black Panther” and “Captain Marvel”, some 250 hours of National Geographic programming, 100 Disney Channel Original Movies, and “nine exclusive originals.”  Also, Disney+ will become the EXCLUSIVE streaming home for the entire 660-episode-plus library of “The Simpsons”.  They acquired the show as part of their recent acquisition of 21st Century Fox. And also like Netflix there will be original content being introduced.

 

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