From 'Ant Man' to 'Toy Story 4': Disney+ content to watch on OSN in the UAE

More new films and shows will be available this weekend

'Lady and the Tramp', 'Toy Story 4' and 'The Mandalorian' are available to watch through OSN's deal with Disney+. OSN   
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You can now watch a wealth of Disney+ Original content through OSN in the Middle East. A generous amount of content has landed in the region already and by Thursday, April 9, even more shows and films will be available to watch or stream.

The service costs $9.50 (Dh35) per month, but OSN is offering a seven-day free trial. The Disney+ Originals are available to OSN TV subscribers, as well as on the broadcast provider's streaming service.

As well as select Disney content, there will be offerings from ABC, Marvel, Fox, Pixar and National Geographic for viewers to enjoy.

Star Wars fans will be delighted to learn that spin-off series The Mandalorian will be available from Thursday, along with Elephant, the nature documentary film narrated by Meghan Markle.

It is not only new content that's available, however, as family favourites Aladdin, The Lion King, Mary Poppins, Dumbo and The Incredibles are all also there to watch.

Here are some of the Disney+ Original highlights you can watch in the UAE now: 

Avengers: Endgame


The Lion King

Captain Marvel

Toy Story 4


The Mandalorian (available April 9)

Lady and the Tramp (available April 10)


The Hustle

The Incredibles


Mary Poppins

Ant-Man and the Wasp

High School Musical

The Imagineering Story

One Day at Disney

The World According to Jeff Goldblum


Marvel's Hero Project

Pixar in Real Life

Pick of the Litter

Shop Class

Stargirl (available April 10)


Dolphin Reef (narrated by Natalie Portman)

Diving with Dolphins

Elephant (narrated by Meghan Markle)


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