You may feel the need to sign up for yet another monthly streaming service.
— Disney (@Disney) April 12, 2019
Disney Plus will launch November 12, 2019, with a price tag of $6.99 a month or $70 a year.
It’s around half of what Netflix charges for the standard HD plan, so analysts point out, not only are they going after their rival, but they have also been removing all their shows from Netflix and other platforms.
The service is going right to the heart of what many families love to watch: all Disney, Pixar, Star Wars and Marvel movies, in addition to Simpsons and Fox films and TV Shows and National Geographic.
They promise new content, too, like a new Marvel series, and a new Star Wars show with Rogue One characters, and behind the scenes making of Frozen 2.
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