Today, on November 12, Disney opened its doors to Disney plus streaming service, with approximately 2 millions of pre-ordered subscribers exceeding expectations.
If you live in the US, Canada or the Netherlands, then you can buy a subscription to Disney +. The new subscription channel includes most of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Disney movies, Pixar, National Geographic documentaries and Star Wars movies and series.
If you are still living in Greece you will have to wait for the service to open for you, but for now you can see its content with broswer Opera, which has a free VPN, which logically shows you live in the Netherlands. Try viewing with Opera this link.
Today, The Mandalorian, based on Star Wars, premiered. The original impressions on Disney + they won't all come together at the same time, but several new series will be released tonight, with new episodes expected every Friday. The torrents, however, got the job done and the new series appeared on their lists with half an hour delay and with subtitles embedded in English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish and Spanish.
The streaming will be of high quality, as Star Wars streaming movies will be available from Disney + with 4K Ultra HD and Dolby Vision and Atmos audio. Other options available for the first time with 4K and HDR are Hocus Pocus, Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Toy Story 1-3.
The subscription costs 6,99 dollars a month or 69,99 dollars a year and there is a free trial of 7 days. Of course you can see Disney + on your computer, mobile phones and tablets but also on their televisions one of Amazon FireTV and FireOS, Apple iOS, Android / Chromecast, Roku. You can also watch the channel from Xbox One, PS4, LG webOS smart TVs and Samsung Smart TVs.
What can you watch? The following is a short list from Disney + that covers some of the "approximately 500 movies and 7.500 episodes" currently available for viewing:
- Timeless animations from the Walt Disney Studios collection, such as:
"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs", "Beauty and the Beast", "Pinocchio", "Bambi", "The Lion King", "Lady and The Tramp", "Peter Pan", "The Little Mermaid", "Cinderella" and many other.
- Three of the four highest grossing films of all time: "Avengers: Endgame", "Avatar" and "Star Wars: The Force Awakens".
- Thirty seaseons from the award-winning series "The Simpsons".
- Movies from Marvel Studios, such as "Avengers: Endgame", "Captain America: Civil War", "Guardians of the Galaxy", "The Avengers", "Iron Man 3", "Doctor Strange", "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 "," Captain Marvel "," Iron Man "," Thor: The Dark World "," Captain America: Ο Χειμερινός Στρατιώτης "," Iron Man 2 "," Thor "," Avengers: Age of Ultron "," Captain America: The First Avenger ”and“ Ant-Man ”.
- Thousands of episodes from the hit Disney Channel and Disney Junior series, such as "The Suite Life of Zack & Cody", "Kim Possible", "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse", "PJ Masks" and "Jake and the Never Land Pirates". More than 100 original Disney Channel movies such as "Descendants", "High School Musical" and "Camp Rock".
- 18 movies from Pixar Animation Studios, such as "Wall-E", "Up", "Monsters Inc", "Finding Nemo", "The Incredibles", "Toy Story", "Inside Out" as well as all your favorite plays Pixar shorts.
- Over 400 hours of content from National Geographic, including the award-winning documentary "Free Solo" and "Science Fair".
- All six of the original Star Wars classic films released between 1977-1999, in addition to the recent hits "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story". By the end of 2020, the entire Skywalker script will be available on the service.
- Marvel TV series from the 1970s to the present, including "X-Men", "Spider-Man", and "Marvel Runaways".