Back in November, it was confirmed that Disney’s new streaming service Disney+ would be making its way to the UK on March 31.
However, Disney fans across the UK and Ireland can now expect to enjoy this service one week earlier than planned.
Taking to their Twitter account earlier today, Disney UK confirmed that the streaming service will now be available in the UK on March 24.
That means we’re even closer to finally being able to reminisce on all our old favourite shows and enjoy new gems including The Mandalorian, Forky Asks a Question, The World According to Jeff Goldblum, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, and much more!
Disney has also confirmed the UK pricing for the service. There will be a monthly cost of £5.99 or you can choose to pay for a year’s subscription at the cost of £59.99.
Whether you choose to pay monthly or by year, you will be have access to a lengthy catalogue of films and TV shows ad free and with no extra charges. You will also be able to download programmes freely on up to 10 devices, and stream on four devices at once.
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