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Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Disney’s New Streaming Service, Disney+

Hey, Disney fans! I’m sure ever since Disney announced back in September of 2017 that they were creating their very own streaming service, you’ve been dying to know all the details.

Well, we’re inching closer to their official launch date of November 12, 2019, and here’s everything you need to know about Disney’s new streaming service, called Disney+, while you wait!

Disney is poised to compete with Netflix with their new Disney+ streaming service, and although they’re not going to have anything close to the amount of content Netflix does, here’s the value for consumers.

Disney is going to have pretty much every single movie they created available on Disney+, in addition to all the Star Wars movies, Marvel, Pixar, and Avengers: Endgame. Speaking of Star Wars, Disney has 7 different original projects they plan to exclusively release on their streaming service.

They’re aiming to have about 400 or 500 movies available come November, and over 7,000 TV series, including all 30 seasons of The Simpsons. Additionally, they’re in the process of creating new and exclusive content as well.

All the content will be rated PG-13 (nothing R will be on the new platform), so it’s all super family-friendly.

In regards to how they stack up against Netflix, Disney’s TV shows are about 16% of what you can get on Netflix. Their movies are eight times smaller than what Netflix offers. But, you have to start somewhere, and you can’t watch their content anywhere else. Disney+ is hoping to have 13 million people subscribed by the time 2020 comes to a close.

The streaming service will cost $6.99 per month for just Disney+, or for $12.99 per month, you get Dinsey+, Hulu, and ESPN+. If you get the bundle, that’s about $5 less than you would pay to subscribe to all three of them on their own.

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