Disney+ Launch Date Has Been Moved Forward

The launch of Disney+ has been highly anticipated by, well, just about everyone.

It has been announced that the Disney+ launch date has moved forward a week and we are so excited. Here's everything you need to know.

If you haven't heard, Disney is launching it's very own streaming service which will be home to great content from Marvel, Disney, Pixar, Star Wars and National Geographic.

Disney fans will be able to watch everything from High School Musical to stunning documentaries, as well as brand new feature-length films and series purpose made for the streaming platform.

Excitingly, the wait is nearly over - Disney+ will launch in Ireland and the UK (as well as various countries in the rest of Europe) on March 24th 2020.

The cost? €6.99 per month or €69.99 for an annual subscription.

One of the most exciting things about Disney + which has got people talking is a brand new Lizzie McGuire series sequel in the works. (Okay, that's more just for us).

There has also been a CGI reboot confirmed for 'Lady and the Tramp', and viewers in Ireland and the UK will also be able to watch the much-anticipated 'High School Musical: The Musical: The Series'.

We cannot wait! Will you be signing up for the new streaming service?


Sophie Gavin

Sophie is the Junior Content Executive at Family Friendly HQ.

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