Disney+ officially has a release date, and we can’t wait to start streaming


The highly anticipated streaming service from The Walt Disney Company is finally coming to a screen near you. This is when you can start streaming.

We love streaming our favorite films and TV shows from anywhere, and soon we’ll be able to find all of our favorite Disney movies, new TV series, and so much more on Disney+. But when can you finally binge-watch all of the Star Wars films, or learn more about how Walt Disney Imagineers built some of the most impressive theme park lands in the world?

Starting November 12 in the United States, Canada and the Netherlands, viewers can officially begin enjoying Disney+. Then, shortly after on November 19, Australia and New Zealand can begin streaming. The rest of the world will have a rollout of the new service sometime after.

If you plan on subscribing to Disney+ you can purchase two different plans. One is a standard plan with a monthly subscription clocking in at $7 per month as an initial price. The other is a bundled package for $13 per month, which will include Disney+, Hulu’s basic tier, and ESPN+. There are also a variety of ways to stream your content after subscribing directly or via in-app purchases through Disney+. Platforms that support Disney+ right now include Apple, Google, Xbox One, Android TVs, Playstation 4 and Roku smart TVs.

No matter what segment of Disney you love, it’s all gong to be on Disney+. Everything, including Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and even some original content, will be included on Disney+. Because of the recent acquisition of Fox by Disney, all 30 seasons of the popular show The Simpsons will be available from day one as well.

Among the things we’re most excited for are the new Star Wars show The Mandalorian and a new original Star Wars film featuring the likes of Cassian Andor from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Marvel is also getting four live-action shows that will weave themselves into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and will be required viewing before seeing any new Marvel films to see how certain characters develop or even return from the dead. The four new shows are The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (Fall 2020), Loki (Spring 2021), WandaVision (Spring 2021), and Hawkeye (Fall 2021).

With all of the excitement around Disney+ bubbling up and even more announcements to be made at the D23 Expo this weekend, we cannot wait to start streaming!

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Let us know in the comments what you’re most excited to see on Disney+.