Disney+ Launches Around the World

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Disney+ launched on Tuesday, November 12, in the United States, Canada, and the Netherlands. Disney+ is an American subscription video-on-demand streaming service owned by the Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International division of the Walt Disney Company.

For one month of streaming, it costs $6.99 and one year it costs $69.99. You can stream on a lot of different devices, such as Xbox One, Playstation, Amazon Fire TV devices, Samsung smart TV’s, LG smart TV. 

People who subscribe to Disney+ can watch Marvel, Disney, Pixar, Star Wars, National, Geographic, and the 20th Century Fox. 

“I think it is really cool because it has all the Disney movies and shows that aren’t on Netflix or Hulu and it is also really cheap so most people can afford it,” Kenidi Humbargar, junior, said.  

To be part of the Disney+ family, all customers have to do is go to the Disney+ website and make an account or borrow someone else’s. 

Disney+ is for anyone who likes Walt Disney productions. Subscribers can download the app and watch movies while streaming offline. They can download titles while connected to an internet source and have up to 10 movies downloaded, so it is great for road trips with the little ones.  

“I think Disney plus is really cool, and it’s not too expensive. I like how they have original shows and movies,”  Kenzi Nix, sophomore, said.