We already knew that Marvel was going to have a big presence on Disney+, but with yesterday's official unveiling of the upcoming streaming service we got some official news regarding the live-action series, animated shows, and documentaries which are set to hit the small screen once the service gets underway later this year.
Scripted originals previously announced for Disney+ include The Mandalorian, the world's first scripted live-action Star Wars series; the exclusive new season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars; High School Musical: The Musical: The Series; the untitled Cassian Andor series starring Diego Luna and Alan Tudyk; the Marvel Studios' series Loki starring Tom Hiddleston; Monsters at Work, Diary of a Female President; and live-action films Lady and the Tramp, Noelle, Togo, Timmy Failure and Stargirl. "Over the next 12 months, we expect a large quantity of existing Netflix content to migrate away from the service". This is about half of the cost of Netflix monthly.
It'll be available in the United States on November 12, 2019 and it's expected to drop in Canada shortly after. No other dates have been released.
Disney+ would also launching be a prequel series to 2016 film "Rogue One".
Four new Marvel Studios series, including one animated series, available in year one. It'll also host every episode of The Simpsons, lots of Disney and Pixar movies alongside National Geographic content too. What's more, the company predicted Disney+ should be able to achieve profitability by 2024, amassing as many as 60 million to 90 million subscribers by the end of that year.
Nonfiction series also announced earlier this week include Be Our Chef, Cinema Relics: Iconic Art of the Movies (working title), Earthkeepers (working title), Encore!
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The 75-year-old Haftar's push for Tripoli took many by surprise and has brought calls from round the world for a ceasefire. Moreover, militias, mostly Islamist, have held sway over large regions, particularly in the west and south of the country.
The fan frenzy surrounding the freshly released teaser for Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker serves as a timely reminder of Disney's omnipotence at the box office.
As with the legacy of the brand, Disney+ promises the best in service, quality, and usability.
The entertainment colossus was arranging to get Disney+ on a broad array of smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles, set-top boxes and smart televisions, according to executives.
Disney+ will debut in the US on November 12 at a price that seems like a direct shot at Netflix. Will you sign up at the $6.99 price point? While the fate of these characters is still unknown after them both being dusted by Thanos' snap it seems there are still adventures to come.
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