Disney+ Has Something For Everyone

Disney+ is a new streaming service owned by the Walt Disney Company that was released on November 12, 2019. 

In the first 24 hours after the launch, Disney+ already hit 10 million subscribers and continues to grow.

Disney+ is available on desktop browsers, mobile devices (Apple and Android), Smart TVs (LG WebOS, Samsung Tizen, Android TV, Roku TV), game consoles (Apple TV 4th Gen and later, PlayStation 4, Roku, and Xbox One), and streaming devices (Chromebook, Chromecast, Apple AirPlay, Amazon Fire TV). 

In comparison to Netflix being $9-$16 a month and Hulu being $6-$12 a month, depending on the plans suitable for the users, Disney+ is only $7 a month, or $70 a year (making the first two months free).

 It is currently only available in the U.S., Canada, The Netherlands, Australia, Puerto Rico, and New Zealand. In 2020, it is planned to launch in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Russia, Sweden, Germany, France, Italy and Spain. 

Disney+ has a lot of range within the movies and shows, but will not add anything with a rating higher than PG-13. All high rated films will instead be moved to Hulu and be available for people to watch. 

Disney+ includes content from Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, Disney Animation, Disney Live-Action, The Disney Channel, Documentary and Reality, and their own Disney+ originals. 

It also has a section called “Disney’s Vault” where it is full of classic movies and old tv shows.

One thing Disney did before launching the service was edit some movies and shows. They cut out offensive scenes that would not be acceptable today including a scene in “Dumbo.

Some popular Disney+ originals include “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series,Ms. Marvel,” “Monsters at Work,” “Lady and the Tramp, (live action) and “Forky Asks a Question.

Disney+ is also planning to bring out more existing movies and shows in 2020 including “Wrinkle in Time,Black Panther,” and “Incredibles 2.

Newer movies like “Toy Story 4,” “Frozen 2,” and “Star Wars: Episode IX- The Rise of Skywalker” will also be coming to the service once released and out of theaters. 

Disney+ is also currently working on new and advanced versions of old classics. A “Hocus Pocus” sequel is said to be in the making with returning original actors Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy. Also a “Lizzie McGuire” reboot with Hilary Duff, Hallie Todd, Robert Carradine, and Jake Thomas returning. 

On Disney+ you are able to download an unlimited amount of shows and movies and they stay there until deleted. In comparison to Netflix, users are limited to download only 100 films on one device. With Hulu, users can only download 25 films at a time and they are temporary. 

Soon after Disney+ since was launched, many confidently said it is worth the hype. It contains an incredible range of tv shows and movies from classics to exclusives for the service. Everyone is bound to find something they like. It is open to all people, having 

Disney is one of the largest companies in the world and it was a great choice for them to make their own streaming service for all Disney lovers, whether they want Marvel, Muppet’s, Star Wars, and many more. It was a good business opportunity to make money and open up to more fans, now that regular cable tv is getting used less and streaming services are getting more popular. This service will most likely stay around for a long time and will only continue to grow larger.