Walt Disney launched Disney + streaming service and showed a fragment of the series "Mandalorets"

Today, as promised, The Walt Disney Company launched its streaming service Disney+.

Where and what to watch

True, so far the online cinema only operatesin the USA, Canada and the Netherlands. Australia and New Zealand will join on November 19, followed by Europe, including the UK, Germany, France, Italy and Spain, in March next year. The fate of Disney+ in Ukraine is still unknown.

The service operates on Amazon FireTV and FireOS, Apple iOS, Android/Chromecast, Roku, Xbox One, PS4, LG webOS and Samsung Tizen OS platforms.


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How many?

Subscription costs $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year. Users will be able to try the service for free for a week.

What is offered

With Disney+, you can watch movies, TV series, cartoons and shows online and offline, as well as download them.


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There are now more than 7,500 films available here,cartoons and episodes of various TV series. First of all, these are all episodes of the Star Wars film saga, Hocus Pocus (1993), Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) and three parts of Toy Story in 4K with support for Dolby Vision and Atmos. These also include films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Pixar cartoons, all seasons of The Simpsons and National Geographic Channel programs.

The debut episode of the series also airs today."The Mandalorian", which takes place in the Star Wars universe, in the period between the fall of the Empire and the birth of the First Order, that is, between the events of the sixth and seventh episodes. The plot tells about a bounty hunter, who is called the Mandalorian. In anticipation of the release of the first episode, Walt Disney showed a fragment of the series.

The main competitors will be Apple TV+, Netflix (which costs more), Amazon and HBO Max, which will be released in May next year.

Added.On the first day of operation, the streaming servicecould not cope with the flow of people: immediately after the launch there was a failure. Many were unable to log in or access content, while others experienced interruptions in the broadcast.


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“Demand for Disney+ has exceeded our highest expectations. We are working to resolve the current issues and appreciate your patience,” the service says on its Twitter page.


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