Disney launches new streaming service

Disney launches new streaming service

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Disney Plus, Disney's new streaming service, was unveiled in the United States, Canada, and the Netherlands this morning.

Claire Harrison, Editor
November 12, 2019

Following months of anticipation, Disney’s new streaming service, Disney Plus, was released today at 12:01 am Pacific Time in the United States, the Netherlands, and Canada. This new streaming service will include movies and television shows from Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, Pixar, Disney, and will be the exclusive home of the longest-running animated show in history, “The Simpsons”. All of the aforementioned franchises will be included in a basic monthly subscription, costing $6.99 per month and $70 for a year (about $5.83 per month). This monthly price is $4 less than the...

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