As you have probably heard, Disney will be launching their own streaming service later this year called Disney+. Not much is known about it other than that it will stream Disney shows and also shows from brands under Disney’s umbrella, like Marvel and Star Wars. It looks like we may get more details about the service in April.
A report claims that Disney will be showing off their new streaming service and give investors a look at it on April 11th. We don’t know if this information will be made public or if it will be a private screening, but we’re hoping Disney will have more details soon. People need to know pricing and which shows we can expect.
We don’t know when this streaming service will be launched for except for a rough timeframe for 2019. Disney’s plans to get into streaming has affected other streaming services like Netflix. Their licensing deal with Disney will end this year which means that future Disney movies and shows will no longer be available on its site. We don’t know if Disney will be picking up Netflix’s canceled Marvel shows either. Basically, we need more info on everything. Hopefully, we will have it soon.
Source UbergizmoFiled Under: Entertainment News