The Disney+ Content I’m Most Excited About on Launch Day
Disney launched their long anticipated streaming service today in the U.S. with a few hiccups along the way. Many have been looking forward to this for month. My family included. And to be clear, this is in no way a sponsored post. It’s just me sharing a bit.
That being said, and before I get to the list you should know about a few deals still going on if you’ve not yet sign-up for Disney+. Verizon is offering a free year of the streaming service to customers on certain plans. There is also a Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+ bundle out there, but it has some limits. You can also pay $70 for a year for the Disney+ streaming service instead of the standard $6.99 a month (almost $84 a year).
Opening night we’ve started the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. All five movies are on Disney+ right now.
Yes, I may like Star Trek more than Star Wars (fight me), but I am happy to see so many Star Wars movies in one place without the need to swap discs. The Skywalker Saga currently includes Episodes I – VII in 4K. Other movies already on the service include Rogue One and Solo along with several LEGO branded flicks. The Last Jedi is expected to be added to the service at a later date. The same can be said of the upcoming The Rise of Skywalker film. You can see everything Star Wars on the service as of today listed on StarWars.com.
Many of the new & classic Disney movies are also on the service as of today. There are several new Disney+ originals too including the Lady and the Tramp remake. I can’t wait to dig into those (specifically the Out of the Vault section) in the near-ish future.
I’ve never seen a single Simpsons episode. I’ve only ever seen clips. Now that I’m sign-up for Disney+ I have access to 30 seasons and a movie! This is going to take a while, but I’m ready for it.
Darkwing Duck is one I used to catch every Saturday morning I could.
Boy Meets World is on Disney+. I remember watching this back in the day. Wonder if its as entertaining as I remember.
This list is not a comprehensive list like this one from CNet. Or on the website or in the app you can see All Originals, All Series A-Z and All Movies A-Z. The Disney Through the Decades section is also cool to look through.
What are you most excited to see on Disney+ now or in the future? Let me know in the comments.