If you don’t wanna miss all-new WandaVisison series or the old-school fun by ‘ The Simpsons’, mark the date fellas. Yes! Disney announced the release date for Disney+ the all new streaming TV. Get ready for this entertainment-packed punch folks, this is going to be legendary.
On the company’s investor day, the company announced release of the long-awaited streaming channel Disney+. Unlike Hulu and ESPN+ it is an add free streaming TV.
Disney+ will have shows majorly from
- Disney animation
- Star Wars
- National Geographic channel each under its own section. (god! We might miss the suspense of searching)
As an added bonus, There would be an extensive movie library for the users to watch from. The company also announced more movies would be available in the future presumably after breaking their deals with Netflix.
DISNEY+ SHOWS AND MOVIES
The movie collection will include all thee films of the animation studio’s 13-film Signature collection, plus the first two Star Wars trilogies and “The Force Awakens,” plus “Captain Marvel” and other Marvel films.
These are the new shows announced to date.
- WandaVisison starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany.
- “The Mandalorian” and a show about the “Rogue One” characters Cassian Andor and K-2SO form the Star Wars and a bunch of other exclusive shows.
The service will launch in the United States on November 12th with a reasonable streaming price of $6.99 per month. The company is planning to release the show in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America by 2021.
The company also released the first look of a working prototype and it just about looks like any other streaming TV but great news is the availability of an offline option.
If we’re lucky enough, the company might offer a bundle of Hulu, ESPN+, and Disney+ at a discounted product.
So, cross your fingers and grab your wishing bones mates, the best is yet to come…