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Disney+ is an upcoming streaming service created by Disney to serve as the ultimate platform for all Disney-based content. This encompasses both Disney itself and many of their subsidiaries, including Pixar, Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm, 20th Century Fox and National Geographic.

The subscription service, which is intended to be more affordable than Netflix, is expected to have a massive library of content from across decades of film and television. Early estimates state the service will launch with around 500 films, and between 5000 and 7000 episodes of popular series will be available to stream from the beginning.

In a manner similar to Netflix, the Disney service will also make a heavy push for original and exclusive content and draw from all possible angles. Many of the announced content so far consists of live-action adaptations of various works (Disney or otherwise) and new shows based off of previous franchises, though some brand new material has been announced as well.


While there will be a much greater degree of creative control than what is allowed on network TV, Disney has made it a point that R-rated franchises will not be featured on the service. Instead, anything R-rated that happens to pertain to Disney will be offloaded to Hulu (a service that they have a majority stake in), to help preserve the image of them being a family-friendly company. Fox's FX+ service will continue to remain separate for similar reasons.

It is scheduled to launch in the United States on November 12, 2019 and is planned to be rolled out to the rest of the world at an unknown date.


Original content and exclusive content for the service includes:

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    Film — Animation 

    Film — Live-Action 

    Live-Action TV 

    Western Animation 


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