With Disney releasing a brand-new streaming platform for all of its shows and movies, past and present, plenty of questions are being asked about how it will work and how similar it will be to established services like Netflix and Hulu. A new report from cnet.com is shedding some light on Disney+ and answering at least a couple of those questions. The new streaming home for Disney movies, along with everything Star Wars, Marvel, and Pixar, debuts on November 12th in the US, Canada and the Netherlands at $7 US/month. We’ve also learned how the platform will differentiate itself from it’s competitors, as it will release new episodes by the week as opposed to the entire season premiering at once. This is sure to keep things interesting with Marvel and Disney’s new shows releasing as they would on network TV, keeping conversations going between fans every week as we wait for the new episodes to debut.
With so many new shows from Marvel, fans have plenty of material to go through over the coming years. Fall 2020 has the release of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and 2021 will give us Loki and WandaVision in the spring, What If…? in the summer, and Hawkeye in the fall. Friday’s Disney TV panel also revealed plans for Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight, and She-Hulk, none of them with confirmed release times but all seemingly within Phase 4 of the MCU. With only one new episode of each show coming out every week, Marvel will be keeping all of its fans continually anxious and waiting for more!
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