It’s been over 7 months since Disney revealed Disney+ and launched the official website, which was pretty simple, with just an official logos of Disney+ and the five core brands, along with a newsletter signup form. Since then, the site has received has only had couple of updates, including a countdown clock and a National Geographic logo color change.
But recently, the official website has finally had some official details added such as confirming the pricing ($6.99 a month) and that it will offer downloadable content and unlimited streaming of thousands of movies and series.
It also confirmed that content from 21st Century Fox will be included:
“The first family of Springfield is here, along with movies and series from 21st Century Fox including Avatar, The Princess Bride, The Sound of Music, and Malcolm in the Middle.”
It also gives us a look at some of the Disney+ Originals logos:
While the update isn’t huge and doesn’t give us too many details of the huge library of content coming to Disney+ or much else. It’s finally giving us more than a few logos and a countdown clock to the launch of November 12th.
Unfortunately, for other countries, the website remains exactly the same as it has since November 2018.
Roger has been a Disney fan since he was a kid and this interest has grown over the years. He has visited Disney Parks around the globe and has a vast collection of Disney movies and collectibles. He is the owner of What's On Disney Plus & DisKingdom.