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Sign up for the Disney+ bundle here for only $12.99 per month and get exclusive access to 8,000 classic shows and films (including 35 brand new originals!) from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, National Geographic and more. The bundle also includes access to Hulu and ESPN+, saving you $60 per year.
Disney+ launches today, and if you’re on the edge as to whether or not you should subscribe, you may want to check out the growing list of new movies, documentaries and shows that will exclusively premiere on the streaming service.
In addition to the 7,500 shows and 500 films that will be available on Disney+ within its first year, the company will debut more than 30 originals from Walt Disney Animation Studios, Marvel Studios, Pixar Animation Studios, National Geographic and more.
“We’re extremely excited about our growing portfolio of direct-to-consumer offerings. As we demonstrated today, with Disney+ we will deliver extraordinary entertainment in innovative ways to audiences around the world,” Kevin Mayer, chairman of direct-to-consumer and international at Disney, said at the company’s 2019 Investor Day in April.
“We’ll continue to enhance the user experience with a constant pipeline of high-quality programming, making the service even more appealing to consumers,” he added.
Disney+ will be available on smart TVs, gaming consoles, smart phones and more. Disney also revealed that there will be plenty of content available to fans for offline viewing, meaning if your Wi-Fi is slow or you’re struggling to get a connection while traveling, you’ll still have plenty to watch.
As for the new Disney+ originals, you can check out the full list of movies, documentaries, shows and more coming to the service on Tuesday, Nov. 12 below. (And of course, there’s more to come in 2020 and 2021!)
The first-ever Star Wars live action series is set after the fall of the Empire and before the coming of the First Order.
The re-telling of the 1955 Disney classic features the voices of Tessa Thompson (voice of Lady), Justin Theroux (voice of Tramp), Janelle Monae (voice of Peg) and other major stars.
3. “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series”
The scripted 10-episode series follows a group of students leading up to their school’s first production of “High School Musical.”
4. “Forky Asks a Question”
Follow Forky, the lovable craft toy from Disney-Pixar’s “Toy Story 4,” as he navigates the world in a series made up of 10 short episodes.
Disney’s Christmas comedy features Anna Kendrick and Bill Hader playing two siblings, Noelle and Nick Kringle (aka, Santa). When Nick takes a vacation from the stresses of his job, only to not return, it’s up to Noelle to find him and save the holiday.
Follow Jeff Goldblum as he looks at the fascinating history, science and connections between everyday items like sneakers or ice cream.
Kristen Bell brings together former castmates of high-school musicals to recreate their original performances of “Beauty and the Beast,” “Annie,” and “The Sound of Music” with the help of some of Broadway’s best.
8. “Marvel’s Hero Project”
Follow young leaders as they make positive changes, serving as the real superheroes of their local communities.
9. “The Imagineering Show”
The documentary series takes a look at the 65-plus year history of Disney and the people, craft and business behind it all.
10. “Pixar IRL”
This unscripted, live-action short-form series takes a look at what would happen if your favorite Pixar characters ventured into the real world and how people would react.
The unscripted series takes a behind-the-scenes look at some of Pixar’s short films and how storytellers used new techniques to create each one.
12. “Disney Family Sundays”
This hosted crafting series will bring families together through Disney-inspired DIY projects.
Not totally ready to commit? Get a free one-week Disney+ trial here and binge watch all of your favorite shows and movies, in addition to exclusive new originals.
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