New Disney Streaming Service
In September 2017, Disney announced that they are planning to create its own streaming video service “Disney+”. News of the price is $7 per month or $69.99/year and a launch date of November 12 in the US.
Disney announced that the service will be available in France, The United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, and Spain on March 31, 2020. You can pre-order your Disney+ subscription staring on September 23, 2019. It won’t have as many movies or television shows like Netflix and some streaming video services. Disney hopes to draw customers in with lots of high-profile exclusive content and nearly every movie in Disney’s library, including several animated features and Star Wars and Marvel Cinematic Universe spinoffs. Disney+ will be available on android, android tv, PlayStation 4, Google Chromecast, Roku, Xbox One, iOS, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire Tv devices.
Disney+ will launch hundreds of Disney-related movies and television series. After launch, expect more to follow. Almost every single movie in the Disney library will eventually be available on Disney+. The service was revealed to offer 4K resolution with HDR support upon its initial unveiling. As confirmed by Dolby directly, Disney+ will provide content in both Dolby Vision. Disney+ will offer four simultaneous streams at once on
its service for its basic $7-per-month fee.