Disney's streaming service, Disney +, will be available for $ 6.99 or $ 69.99 on November 12th.
Disney's Kevin Mayer, head of the company's direct selling unit, looked at investors first about Disney + apps and interfaces. Like Netflix, Disney + users greet you with featured content, new TV series or movies, and a series of genres and genres added to the platform. Unlike Netflix, there are five hubs at the top of the page that take you to designated areas of Disney's diverse franchises (Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic).
According to Mayer, Disney + can stream through smart TVs, web browsers, tablets and mobile devices and game consoles. The streaming service has already closed the deal to ensure availability on both Roku and Sony platforms.
Disney + subscribers can set up individual profiles for people living with them. Parental controls are automatically applied to protect your child. All Disney + content can be downloaded offline and promised 4K HDR presentation if applicable on TV.
Here is an example showing the appearance of a specific hub using the first Disney hub.
Mayer also announced several new projects on Disney, including Marvel making a series based on Avengers characters, Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) I did. Falcon and Winter Soldier are currently joining a series of series that are currently under development, including two live-action projects at Marvel Studios focusing on Loki and Hawkeye (Monsters, Inc. ). High School Musical The Star Wars series focuses on the bounty hunter named The Mandalorian . Disney will also terminate the Safeway program at Disney + upon request from previous investors. The safekeeping program has made it impossible to purchase movies until the movie has been released for a limited time. Now, according to Iger, all movies will be sold exclusively on Disney +.
Hollywood Reporter previously reported that Disney "started streaming about 7,000 Disney TV with about 500 movies on Disney TV." Netflix had 4,335 movies and 1,197 TV series in 2016. Iger planned to "walk and run" in streaming to investors in November 2017, but as time went on it increased production for the original series and movies He said.
Disney + is aggressively streaming to start competing at Netflix, Amazon and Apple. The company also holds most of its stake in Hulu since the takeover of the 21st Century Fox. Disney has also identified "likely to combine" Disney +, ESPN + and Hulu subscriptions.