Disney is branching into the streaming world with the launch of Disney+, a service set to rival the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime.
Plans for Disney+, which has been in the making for more than a year, were revealed in California on Thursday and include a number of spin-off TV shows from some of Disney’s biggest movies.
Which TV shows will be available on Disney+?
Disney also announced on Thursday that it had acquired the streaming rights from 20th Century Fox to stream The Simpsons exclusively in America.
What about films?
Disney is planning to release films straight to the streaming service, and is in the process of removing its movies from other streaming sites once current deals are up.
As well as new releases, Disney’s back catalogue will be available, including all Star Wars, Marvel and Pixar films.
How much will Disney+ cost?
Disney says it will charge $6.99 a month when the service launches in the US, although it is yet to release details about launches and costs in other parts of the world.
When will Disney+ launch?
Disney+ is set to launch in the US on November 12, 2019, with a worldwide roll-out expected to follow.