On November 11, 2019, it was a dark and stormy night and all thru the house all the streaming services were forgot about since the next day (November 12, 2010) a new streaming service was released. Disney Plus made it’s debut.
This is what the Disney app looks like
Once you open that baby up you are presented with this (this is a GIF, but I couldn’t get it to show here):
Then it comes to this
If you click on the bottom left hand corner, yes that is Darth Vader, that is my profile picture. I am logged in.
See my profile picture
BAMTech, which is a spin-off of MLB Advanced Media’s was acquired by Disney for $1 Billion in 2017, Disney took control of 75% of this for $1.58 Billion. They began to acquire some entertainment assets from 21st Century Fox and once the existing agreement with Netflix was over, it could release its own streaming services.
So what will be offered on this site. What else? Disney has a lot of content. Here is a list of some of the stuff:
- Walt Disney Pictures
- Walt Disney Animation Studios
- Lucas Film
- Marvel Studios
- National Geographic
- Some 20th Century Studios
- Hollywood Pictures
- Touchstone Pictures
I could go on and on but with over 7,000 television episodes and 500 films you won’t be bored.
It will also include options for Hulu and ESPN Plus all for a great price of $17.99. You can sign up Disney + with your Hulu login if you have one. I did that and I can still keep my Hulu plus options of no commercials.
Of course I am going to have an opinion on this matter. I wasn’t going to sign up for this service. You know just another streaming service that wants my money. But when I realized that I could keep my Hulu + and get ESPN +, well that was a no brainer. I canceled my ESPN + subscription since that was $4.99 a month on iTunes. I enjoy all the cool stuff Disney has to offer. I mean Marvel and Lucas Films where can you go wrong.