Disney+ adds another streaming service to crowded lineup

Gagani Liyanawaduge, Reporter-Artist

People all over the world love watching movies and TV shows. There are streaming services like Netflix and Hulu that millions of people use. These are two of the most popular streaming services, but they might not be anymore. Disney+ is the newest streaming service as it was released on Nov. 12. 

Disney+ is already becoming increasingly more popular; on the day of the release, more than 10 million people had subscribed and the app had been downloaded more than 3.2 million times.

Disney movies and TV shows have been favorites of many for a long time, and Disney+ is perfect for any Disney fanatic. It has content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and 20th Century Fox. 

Subscribers pay $6.99 a month to use the service, which is cheaper than both Netflix and Hulu. The service does not run ads. Disney+ is more affordable, making it more likely that people will subscribe to Disney+ instead of other streaming services from now on.

The company is also offering a bundle of Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ for $13 a month because the three services run on the same platform. 

Many people are satisfied with Disney+ not only because of how affordable it is, but also because of the wide range of movies and TV shows.