Disney announced bundle pricing for its new main streaming services come November and Star Wars fans should sign up, which includes Disney+.
With the streaming wars getting ready to heat up, Disney dropped interesting news — one that Star Wars fans will want to take notice of.
On Tuesday’s earnings call, Disney revealed that a bundle for Disney+, ad-supported Hulu, and ESPN+ would cost just $12.99 a month. That’s a rather impressive price, especially considering all that you get with it — and the price of Netflix’s most popular service (as Deadline points out).
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While Hulu and ESPN+ might not be for Star Wars fans, Disney+ is certainly the thing you need to get if you love the franchise.
Also, how many Star Wars are fans of other things? I don’t just love Star Wars, but sports, movies and plenty of other TV shows.
With all the choices that will be out there within the next year or two, when it comes to streaming, Disney+ just seems like a no-brainer, especially for Star Wars fans.
First, you get the movies. Eight of the Star Wars movies will be available at launch, including the original and prequel trilogies. The Rise of Skywalker will be on the service within a year. If that wasn’t worth the price alone, we are also getting the animated series as well.
But the best part is all the new content.
The Mandalorian, Star Wars’ first live-action series, will be on Disney+ on Day One.
Then, there is the Cassian Andor series and an as-of-yet-unnamed third series. Plus, Star Wars: The Clone Wars‘ seventh season.
On its own, Disney+ is $6.99 a month and launches on November 12. But for someone who already has Hulu (that’s me) and will undoubtedly get Disney+ (also me), getting the bundle just makes sense.
What are your plans for Disney+? Do you plan on getting it?