Is Netflix getting a bit boring now? Have you already binged your way through all the biggest and best shows on NOW TV and found yourself wanting something new? Well we have some good news, as Disney+ is finally coming to the UK later this month.
A whole new library of movies and TV shows is about to be unlocked. Whether you’re a die-hard Star Wars fan, go mad for Marvel, or you fancy a nostalgia hit with a classic Disney film, the new service has thousands of hours of great entertainment for you to make your way through.
And the good news is that if you sign up to Disney+ ahead of its official launch on 24 March, you can save yourself a tenner on the yearly subscription fee, so you get all that for less.
You still have a few days to sign up, but if you head to the preview sign-up page and subscribe to Disney+ before midnight on 23 March, you’ll pay £49.99 instead of £59.99 for a whole year’s subscription.
You can, of course, pay a monthly fee of £5.99, but you can’t sign up to that until the official launch day.
Once you sign up, you’ll be able to watch as many Disney movies as your heartstrings can handle, on more than 10 devices at any one time.
And the list of devices you can watch it on is pretty expansive: from most smartphones and tablets, to laptops, the Amazon Fire TV Sticks and almost all modern smart TVs. No news on if you can watch it on your microwave yet.
You can also get family and friends on your subscription, sharing seven profiles on one subscription so you can customise your own profile for what you want to watch the most.
Is Disney+ worth it?
While you might be annoyed that there’s yet another streaming service you have to dump your salary into, Disney+ has a lot to offer to justify the subscription fee.
Pretty much the entire Disney collection will be there from launch, though some movies will only be available to watch in certain territories (cough, VPN, cough).
Other than the Disney classics, you’ll be able to watch the entire Marvel MCU (including the upcoming TV shows like WandaVision and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier), Disney Pixar movies (like Up, Toy Story, and Cars), the entire Star Wars saga, and a selection of National Geographic documentaries.
You’ll even *finally* be able to watch the massively popular The Mandalorian series and find out what this Baby Yoda fuss is all about.
All in, you’ll be able to work your way through more than 500 movies, 350 shows and series –including all 600 episodes of The Simpsons– and 26 exclusive Disney+ Originals when it launches on March 24.
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