Disney has finally what its new streaming service, Disney+, looks like. During the company's Investor Day presentation today, the company provided a first look at the UI--and it bears a strong resemblance to Netflix. Check out some images of the UI in the gallery below.
As you can see, there are tabs for Disney brands like Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and others. In terms of specific content, Disney back catalog shows and films will be available, alongside new original shows like a Falcon & Winter Soldier show from Marvel the Star Wars show The Mandalorian from Jon Favreau.
All content on Disney+ can be downloaded. The service will available on pretty much every screen you can imagine, including game consoles like PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
Disney+ is just the latest paid subscription service from Disney. The company's ESPN division has its own streaming package called ESPN+, while Hulu, which Disney owns 60 percent of, is also a paid streaming catalog. During the investor briefing, Disney management said it will likely offer a bundle for all three, but specifics haven't been announced yet.
Disney+ launches in the US on November 12 for $7/month.
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