Disney+ is the perfect streaming service for all of those who’ve been entranced by the world of Disney. Disney+ launched in 2019 with a never-ending catalog of everyone’s favorite Disney shows and movies leaving users with thousands of hours of nostalgic entertainment. Disney+ has garnered an impressive 10 million subscribers within weeks of launching.
Disney+ has an impressive ad-free catalog of 500 movies and 7,500 TV shows- with plans to add more. Disney’s reach extends far outside of the Disney universe into Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar and National Geographic.
Disney+ has a few original content pieces, most notably The Mandalorian, in addition to others such as live-action Lady and the Tramp, High School Musical- The Musical – The Series, Encore, The World According to Jeff Goldblum, Noelle and a ton of various documentaries. For those fans of the Pixar shorts that played before Pixar films, they’re in luck as they can find the entire collection on the platform.
Disney fans who love the throwbacks can find the old black and white Disney originals, however the extensive throwback catalog isn’t completely full yet. Disney is still trying to add more original shows and movies to its content roster, but due to licensing issues some favorites might not be available right away. For millennials who enjoy a good throwback, favorites such as That’s So Raven and Even Stevens has made its way onto the platform, in addition to so many others.
Disney+ launched with an extensive catalog of content and will only continue to add to it, rivaling competitors such as Netlfix, Hulu and Prime Video.
If the Disney+ content library isn’t enough for some viewers, Disney+ offers an add-on feature that allows users to access Hulu and ESPN+ for an increased monthly fee.
Disney+ pricing is incredibly competitive at $6.99 per month or $69.99 for the year. If viewers are wanting to up their viewing experience, users can pay $12.99 a month for the Basic Hulu package and ESPN+.
Disney+ out the gate delivers 4K HDR video quality in addition to multiple user accounts and ability to download content for offline viewing. Disney+ allows up to seven users profiles per account and the ability to stream up to four screens at the same time.
Disney+ is available through a number of different ways through an internet connection. Users can view Disney+ through streaming devices such as Roku, Amazon Fire and Amazon Fire TV devices, Google Chromecast, Roku, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Subscribers can also access on their favorite Android and iOS devices, as well as Samsung smart TVs and Son’s Android-based smart TVs.
Disney+ is still a fairly new streaming service as of 2019 and will only continue to add to their already impressive library of TV shows and movies. Cord-cutters and viewers just looking for additional ways to stay entertained- especially those with kids or just general nostalgia, Disney+ is a great option at a magically low price.