Desiree Goddard

Disney fans have been waiting for Disney+ for two years. It finally came out on Tuesday, November 12th. This streaming service not only allows you to watch every Disney movie and shows, but also any network that Disney owns. Disney said that there were over 10 millions sign ups on the first day it came out. So far, the app has been downloaded 3.2 millions times and up to 1.3 millions viewing hours. By the time you’re reading this, it will double.  Disney’s stocks are predicted to rise more than 20% in the next year because of this streaming service. Disney will also be adding their own original series and movies just like Netflix has been doing. Disney will only have movies and shows that aren’t rated over P-13. Hulu will have things that are “fit” for Disney+. For example, since Disney owns Fox, Hulu will be able to keep Family Guy on their streaming service. Disney+ is $7 a month or $70 a year. You can stream onto up to 4 different devices unlike netflix, which costs $13. Disney will also be offering a bundle of Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ at $13.

I’m most excited about all of the Disney movies that are out of the vault, like Lion King and Aladdin. I asked some people what they were most excited to watch on Disney+, Caleb Spranger and John Foley are excited about Mandalorian, Christian Grems is most excited about Good Luck Charlie, Josh Johnson is excited about Kim Possible, and Ben Dunlap is super excited about the ESPN+ feature. From these answers there is something for everyone on Disney+.