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JOEY FREID

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With the world quickly ditching cable and completely moving to online streaming services like Netflix,Hulu, etc, Movie companies and even TV channels are catching up with the trend of the future of watching TV, with channels like HBO and CBS having a system of their own already. The latest addition to hit your app store in mid 2019 is the Disney+ streaming service.

As of yet there is no exact date for when it will be released to the public but the company has come out and confirmed it to release earlier next year and you can already set up your profile and email account so you will be notified as soon as it comes out.

As for the pricing, there is no information yet but it is speculated that is will be cheaper than Netflix and it is rumored to use a different pay method then a month to month pay system.

The announcement already has already started to affect the content of the other channels after all most of the best content on Netflix right now is Disney owned and any highlight of any service are the Disney programs like Star Wars, Marvel Studios, and Disney Animations like Frozen and Wreck it Ralph.

Like Netflix and Hulu, Disney will have their own original content that appeals to every audience.

For Star Wars fans the company already confirmed a live-action star wars series that takes place in between the events of Return of the Jedi and the Force Awakens this series will be written and directed by Jon Favreau (Iron Man, Jungle Book, Elf) called The Mandalorian. In addition to this there will be the continuation of the animated series The Clone Wars and a live action prequel to the movie Rogue One.

For the Marvel side of things they are developing live action mini series for characters like Scarlet Witch, The Vision, Loki, Winter Soldier and Falcon. These obviously have to take place in the past considering what happened in the events of Infinity War. All of the actors from the movies have confirmed that they will reprise their roles in the TV shows.

And if all that was not enough, Pixar is developing a Muppets TV show which is interesting because they are not a Pixar property but it seems Disney gave them full rights to make it, along with that, there will be a Monsters Inc. show

Not only will we have full access to the Disney properties, National Geographic will use this as an outlet for their content too, leading to the possibility of other channels adding their properties to the service.

The news of this power house company entering the streaming wars has already lead to Netflix canceling their Marvel produced TV shows (Daredevil, Iron Fist, Luke Cage).

Many people are curious if Disney will have all of their content open to viewers or if they will have limited options with a rotation of movies similar to Netflix.

I am very curious to see what this product will look like come 2019.

    

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