A Whole New Streaming Service

Darby Duncan, Media Editor

Move over, Netflix! Disney is on the verge of releasing a new streaming service called Disney+, and it is sure to be some real competition for other popular services. Starting November 12, 2019, Disney is dropping their own service, complete with new movies and shows, documentaries and all the old Disney classic we know and love.

Disney+ allows the user to have four streams playing at once on up to ten devices. The service will allow unlimited mobile and tablet viewing. Netflix on the other hand, only allows six devices and up to four streams at a time. Disney+ is also introducing a bundle package which includes Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu.

Disney is also producing plenty of new content for their service. They have produced new Disney shows, movies and documentaries. They have also created new Marvel and Star Wars shows. Not only will they release Disney content, but also National Geographic and Fox content as well.

Some of the new content coming to Disney+ includes a live action Lady and the Tramp, a collection of Pixar shorts called Forky Asks a Question and a new Phineas and Ferb movie called Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Candace Against the Universe. New shows include Star Wars: The Mandalorian and High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. Marvel shows, such as Loki and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, will also be added, along with much more.

This new streaming service is sure to be a huge hit among people of all ages. Families will be able to watch classic Disney movies and brand new content of all genres at a low price. Sadly, we will all have to wait until November 12 to experience the magic.