Disney Plus Is Finally Here- And It’s Everything We Hoped For

Disney Plus Is Finally Here- And It's Everything We Hoped For

Since we found out about Disney Plus, the excitement has been bubbling inside of us- and so has the anticipation. It’s finally here, we can’t wait to tell you all about it! Here are some things you need to know about Disney Plus

What is it?

Disney Plus is the new streaming home for Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and National Geographic. It will cost $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year. You can also get a family membership for up to six people at $54.99 per year. When you sign up with a yearly plan, your account will automatically be renewed at the end of each year until you decide to cancel it.

This is called an auto-renew subscription plan, and you can cancel your subscription at any time before the end of your billing period by logging in to your account and turning off auto-renewal there. There are four big ways Disney is hoping to get your money with Disney Plus: exclusives, behind-the-scenes looks at productions, old library movies and shows, and original programming.

On exclusives, you’ll find new films and TV shows that aren’t available anywhere else. Some of these were made by other studios before Disney took them over (like 20th Century Fox), but others are made specifically for Disney Plus.  You’ll be able to see everything on a 48-hour delay from when it airs on television, or sooner if you use your subscription on a show within 24 hours of its airing live.

How much will it cost?

The cost for Disney Plus is $6.99 per month or $69.99 for the year. The content will be available in three different tiers: $4.99 per month for one film and a limited selection of TV shows; $6.99 per month for the full catalog of films, plus original series and other exclusive content; and $9.99 per month for all that plus ESPN Plus, which includes MLB games, NHL games, college sports, golf coverage and more.

A yearly subscription to Disney Plus is a deal in itself, with all of your favorites included and new content coming every week. But perhaps even better: it’s also on sale for half price for six months as an introductory offer. This means you can binge-watch all of your favorite Disney characters until late 2020 when you’ll have to get a new subscription if you don’t want to miss out. So make sure to take advantage while it lasts!

It’s 2019 and so many things have changed since that small office building on Hyperion Avenue which was once known as Pixar.

What will it contain?

The streaming service will include content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and NatGeo. This is a home for fans of all things Disney. You’ll have access to plenty of movies and TV series that you can enjoy with your family on the couch or at the park. There are classics like The Lion King and new favorites like The Incredibles 2. There are also some original programs coming soon like High School Musical: The Musical: Senior Year and Monsters at Work.

How can I subscribe?

If you have a subscription to Hulu, YouTube TV, or Playstation Vue and you’re in the US, Disney+ is available to you. If not, you can still get access by paying for a monthly subscription. On top of that, if you’re a new subscriber, you can get three months free when you preorder. There are a few different plans to choose from. You can pay $6.99 per month for one or two concurrent streams or $11.99 for four concurrent streams.

However, if you only want to watch Disney+ content and nothing else, you can get a single stream for $6.99. If you want to cast your Disney+ on a TV that isn’t your main streaming device, you’ll need to get two concurrent streams for $11.99. If I’m not in America? – Second Paragraph: If you’re outside of America, there’s no word yet on how much it will cost or what plans are available once Disney+ launches internationally at some point in 2020.

You may have to wait until after launch if you don’t have an American credit card either, which is going to be extremely inconvenient if all your friends are using Disney+.

What’s missing from this list?

While Disney Plus offers a great lineup of movies and TV shows, some of the most notable exclusives like Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story are missing. Similarly, some of Marvel’s best offerings can only be found on Netflix. If you’re considering making the switch to Disney Plus solely for the entertainment value, it might not be worth it just yet.

If you’re a Disney fan, there are definitely some added benefits to subscribing to Disney Plus. The service includes access to exclusive content, including Marvel’s original shows and movies, an exclusive show that goes behind the scenes of each Star Wars movie, and hundreds of animated shorts starring your favorite characters.

While most of these exclusive titles won’t be available at launch (that will come closer to Christmas), there should still be enough here for any diehard Disney fan. Another benefit is for international fans. While Netflix has plans for global expansion in 2019, it still hasn’t launched in many countries around the world yet.

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