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From the stage inside the Stage 2 on Disney's Burbank campus, executives on Thursday revealed that Disney+ will launch Nov. 12 and be available for $6.99 per month or $69.99 for the whole year. The streaming service will come stocked with programming from across the company's vast library.
From Stage 2 on Disney's Burbank campus, executives revealed that Disney+ will bow Nov. 12 and be available for $6.99 per month or $69.99 for the whole year.
Disney+ will come stocked with programming from across the company's vast library, including at launch 18 Pixar films; 13 animated classics that have previously been locked inside the Disney vault; all Star Wars films; Marvel titles like Black Panther and Captain Marvel; some 250 hours of National Geographic programming; 100 Disney Channel Original Movies; and nine exclusive originals. Additionally, Disney+ will become the exclusive streaming home for the entire 660-episode-plus library of The Simpsons.
The power of Disney's IP was center stage. The nearly four-hour presentation, in the same building where parts of the original Mary Poppins were shot, began with a lengthy clip of programming that span both the Disney and recently acquired Fox brands, from the new Lion King to Deadpool. As CEO Bob Iger took the stage following the video, he quipped, “Did we miss anything?”