Disney+ has finally launched in the UK! Find out how to sign up

Owen Gough
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From Cosmopolitan

Disney fans! Prepare for a movie and TV overload as the highly anticipated Disney+ streaming service has finally landed in the UK, and it really couldn't have come at a better time if you ask us.

A library full of some of the most popular classic films and TV shows from the biggest entertainment company in the world are now available on all phones, Smart TVs, tablets and laptops.

You can forget your Netflix Originals, we’ll now be spending our time binge-watching the entire Pixar line-up, from the first Toy Story, all the way up to Finding Dory, for the foreseeable future.

You can sign up to Disney+ and watch all your favourite films using this link here. The price for a monthly subscription to Disney+ is £59.99 a year, or £5.99 a month. However, there's a bonus as you also have the option to sign up for a seven-day free trial.

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Disney has re-released some of their classic hits like The Lion King, Dumbo, and Aladdin, alongside lots of original TV shows like The Mandalorian (we are ready for you, Baby Yoda), and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.

You'll also be able to watch the likes of Home Alone, Sister Act, Avatar, Mighty Ducks, Mrs Doubtfire and Ice Age thanks to Disney joining forces with Fox.

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Star Wars, High School Musical, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe films are also available to stream if that’s your shtick. You can even catch some nature doc’s with National Geographic to sweeten the deal.

Disney has promised more than 1,000 movies and shows across their different sections, so you’ll definitely not be short of something to watch while self isolating. Especially when you consider Disney’s future plans, over the next few years all releasing on their service for you to enjoy.

The price for a monthly subscription to Disney+ is £59.99 a year, or £5.99 a month.

Disney+ has now launched in the UK!

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