You can bet that more shows will be announced for the streaming service before then, so be sure to stay tuned to CinemaBlend for the latest!
Disney+ will launch in the USA market on November 12, 2019, at $6.99 a month. Disney+ will rapidly expand globally after its United States launch and expects to be in almost all major regions of the world within the next two years. Disney already owned Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm.
It's coming to the US on November 12th, with a global rollout as follows: "Disney+ will rapidly expand globally, with plans to be in almost all major regions of the world within the next two years". Live action films "Lady and the Tramp", "Noelle", "Togo", "Timmy Failure" and "Stargirl" will launch as well.
It was way back in 2017 when Disney first announced it would be launching a streaming service to compete against the likes of Netflix. Like with the Disney section of the platform, there will also be craft-centered unscripted content focused on the behind-the-scenes work of animators and other creative workers at Pixar.
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In its annual Investor Day webcast, the company spoke in broad terms about its goal to bring its digital services to as many countries as possible. "Disney+ will be loaded on Day One with attractive IP and franchises, and has set the price very affordably at $6.99 per month, well below other premium SVOD offerings". In total over 7500 television episodes and 500 movies will be available.
In addition to availability on devices like Chromecast and Apple TV, Disney+ will also be available on Xbox One, PS4 and Switch. In a statement released yesterday, the media giant says the service will be available on "connected TV and mobile devices", including "game consoles" as well as smart TVs and, well, pretty much anything that can get online. Paull said the service could reach 95% of its entire audience at launch.
What If is happening: As reported last month, Marvel is adding an animated series, What If, based on the comics of the same name to the Disney+ series. During the presentation, The Walt Disney Company went into extensive detail on its direct-to-consumer strategy focusing on Disney+ as well as Hulu, ESPN+ and Hotstar.
Speaking of "Frozen", a documentary called "Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2" will highlight the behind-the-scenes development of the sequel to the hit animated film.