As well as movies, the service will offer Jon Favreau's TV series, The Mandalorian - which is set in the Star Wars universe.
Netflix has found a way to stave off competition from upcoming streaming giants Disney and Apple.
The US gets the hotly-anticipated show when Disney+ launches on 12 November.More news: Turkey requires help from European Union for the immigrants: Erdogan
Disney will launched its streaming service which will feature movie franchises such as Star War, Marvel and Pixar on March 31.
As of yet no pricing has been confirmed for the United Kingdom or other countries launching in Spring of next year, though at the moment the US Disney+ pricing seriously undercuts the biggest streaming service Netflix, so we expect that the United Kingdom costs will reflect this as well.
Worldwide launch is a more new priority for the Dwelling of Mouse, while the Disney+ launch is likely to be staggered due to the sheer complexity of the procedure. Iger would not disclose details of pre-sales of Disney+ subscriptions, but said the price - $6.99 monthly - has met with "great enthusiasm" by consumers.More news: Police in Bolivia join opposition as crisis mounts
On prime of the Disney+ Europe launch dates, Disney CEO Bob Iger has lately revealed that the business has struck a deal with Amazon to stream Disney+ on the FireStick, which will presumably be the principal distribution method in some nations around the world. Its films and TV shows will be available, along with the library it acquired from 21st Century Fox.
The new venture will be called "FX on Hulu", and it launches in March with four original shows. More devices are expected to follow. Netflix, meanwhile, has budgeted $15 billion this year for original shows, on top of the billions it has devoted to exclusive productions in recent years. Tech and media companies such as Apple, Amazon, NBC and WarnerMedia from AT&T are now cutting into Netflix's once hefty market by resorting to cheaper priced services.
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