Remember that Disney streaming service that is supposed to happen? Well, we have got new details about it, including when it will be launched!
Deadline is reporting that the new Disney streaming service will launch in the fall of 2019! Unfortunately, Disney has not announced a price for service yet. Deadline also says that there will not be any R-rated content on the site, in order to “be consistent with the Disney brand”. Disney will keep all R-rated content on Hulu.
Disney also says that they will leave their Marvel shows on their current platforms, like Netflix. Besides their already massive library, Disney aims to create and add new original content to the streaming service.
Don Quixote, from a Billy Ray script; Lady and the Tramp; The Paper Magician; Stargirl, to be directed by Julia Hart; and Togo, to be directed by Ericson Core.
In post-production and bound for the streaming service are the Mark Waters-directed Magic Camp, and the Mark Lawrence-directed Noelle with Anna Kendrick, Bill Hader and Shirley MacLaine…
On the TV side the inaugural streaming site slate includes High School Musical, an animated Monsters Inc series; a Marvel live-action title, and a Star Wars-branded title.
I am very excited for this, but with this, I may have one too many subscriptions. Are you going to subscribe?