Disney+ is a streaming service operated by Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer & International, was launched in November 12, 2019.[1]

It started as a domestic service, and then expand internationally after fall 2019. The service streams Disney-owned original content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, 20th Century Fox (who still has a deal with HBO until 2022), and National Geographic channels. The service operates alongside ESPN+ and Hulu (which Disney owns a 67% majority stake in and take full control of it by Disney) in addition to selling a bundle containing the three-tier package, with Hulu including the service as an add-on.

Alongside with its sister platform, Hulu, Disney+ is streaming Amphibia. [2] The audio tracks include Danish, English, Spanish (Both Latin and Castilian), Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, and Swedish. The Japanese audio track was only available through Japanese Disney+ service.

In the United Kingdom and Ireland, the service will be the exclusive carrier for the show and all Disney content, as the local Disney Channel will close on September 30, 2020.

A monthly subscription is required to watch it.


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