Disney is about to shake up the streaming game.

They’ve been teasing Disney+ for the past several months…

And it looks like it’s going to be everything we hoped it would.

According to The Verge, the House of Mouse finally released more details on their upcoming service, “Disney+”

And honestly, it doesn’t cost nearly as much as you’d think it does.

The service launches November 12th.

And it will only be $6.99 per month.

On top of that, they confirmed a slew of exclusive shows for the service:

And that’s not even including all of the content that will be available on launch.

Which, FYI, is ALL Disney movies to date.

All Marvel movies to date.

AND all of the Star Wars films.

Interestingly enough, the Simpsons will also be available for streaming exclusively on the service.

(Kind of makes sense, after the FOX deal)

On top of that? Literally every Disney TV show (there’s over 1000) will be available to stream on launch.

Just like Netflix, it’s all available to download for offline play.

You can set up different accounts, with various Parental controls for each account.

The streaming service will also be available on all devices.

Including phones, tablets, smart TVs, and game consoles.

And at that price?

Read more on this story at TheVerge.com

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