Disney has announced that it will be joining the streaming game, competing with Netflix and Hulu. The service will be launched in 2019, and will be a mix of all Disney owned intellectual properties including Marvel, and Star Wars. No R-rated content will be shown, and Disney does plan on making some new content that will be exclusive to the service, although they have yet to announce what those shows will be.
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I admit that I'm interested to see what Disney does with their streaming service, but I want to wait until I see what will be airing - particularly their exclusive content - before I will consider opening my wallet.
This sounds interesting. I have three small children, 2 superhero fans and one big Star Wars fan in my house so this could be a popular choice here. However - it would depend on what's available and how much it costs.
Yes. We currently watch a lot of superheroes and star wars stuff either through Netflix or on DVD (borrowed from the library). So I would be wanting to get plenty of original stuff AND not pay too much more considering we are already paying for Netflix.