Disney has announced the first of the new shows for their online streaming service, Disney+.
It seems that Disney is going all out with their brand new streaming service, Disney+, which launches in November.
Today they announced a whole host of new shows and movies for their audiences to enjoy on the online video streaming service, which will be the exclusive home for the company’s blockbuster franchises, including; Marvel, Star Wars, and their Pixar classics.
As well as the impressive recent back catalogue that has been accrued, the Disney+ line up will also feature the new Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, an official reboot of The Lady And The Tramp, and will go back to school with the return of a brand new series of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series.
We’re not sure what they were thinking of with that title…
There is also a brand new show entitled The World According To Jeff Goldblum, starring Jeff Goldblum, unsurprisingly and the original Christmas film, Noelle, starring Bill Hader and Anna Kendrick.
As you can imagine, the announcements have got a lot of people talking about the new projects on Twitter and not everyone is thrilled with the idea of more reboots.
Please stop with the remakes they all suck
— 🐦Colin🐻 (@IntroSpecktive) August 23, 2019
Oh, so basically Disney+ is going to be like all the “straight to VHS sequels” from back in the day. got it.
— JMo (@xojmo) August 23, 2019
“Not a reboot. Not a sequel.” Disney is getting self aware that their entire lineup is reboots and sequels.
— Kasey Moore (@kasey__moore) August 23, 2019
All titles will be available to stream from November 12th 2019 in the US, Canada, and The Netherlands. It has yet to be announced when the online streaming service will be available in the UK, or how much it will cost. The cost of Disney+ in the US will be $6.99 per month, which is much cheaper than their rivals, Netflix.
As well as the exclusive rights to Disney classics and new franchises the company has acquired, Disney+ will also offer customers the option of seven user profiles on their platform, with the option to pay a cheaper yearly cost.
So if you’re the one with the Netflix account that all your friends take advantage of, then good news, you can offer it to even more of your friends and family!