Disney+ Pleases Those Die-Hard Disney Fans Looking For A Binge

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Disney’s streaming service, Disney Plus, officially dropped on November 12, 2019. Since the announcement of the service, the public had been anticipating the program and what Disney classics and new arrivals were going to available to stream. Apart from the Disney content included in the service, Marvel and National Geographic also have series that are a part of the streaming service.

 

Included in the service are classic Disney titles released from the Disney Vault, and new, original movies and series, such as the Mandalorian. The “Disney Vault” is a term used for the place where the films were stored for the years before they were re-released. A few of the Disney series and movies offered are Hannah Montana, Big Hero 6, Inside Out, Mary Poppins, and Frozen. Some of the Marvel movies and series that are offered are Avengers: Endgame, Iron Man, Captain America: Civil War; a few of the cartoons are Avengers Assemble and Ultimate Spider-Man. Here is a complete list of all of the titles included in the service: Complete List of Titles Available on Disney+.

 

One benefit offered with the service is the Hulu/Disney+/ESPN+ bundle that you can purchase. The bundle includes all of the following streaming services for a cost of $12.99 a month.

 

  

The reviews of the Disney+ service have been fairly positive so far, apart from the hacking scandal that occurred a few weeks ago that has long since been handled. Catalin Cimpanu explains the hacking situation well in this article from ZDNet: Disney+ Hacking Scandall. Nick Pino in his review for the service said, “Disney Plus provides a rock-solid foundation for a service that could one day rival Netflix.” The service is great for those die-hard Disney fans who are looking for a binge of their favorite classics, and those Sci-Fi fanatics who would enjoy the Marvel content and the Star Wars Saga in 4K.