Disney+ has already launched in many countries throughout Europe, however, it hasn’t launched everywhere yet.

According to Zive, Disney is set to roll out its new streaming service to Slovakia and the Czech Republic in the second half of next year.  It’s also expected to roll out in other central and eastern European countries at the same time.

Disney is already in early negotiations with telecommunications operators, to prepare content for the service, in addition to doing localization of it’s titles.


Disney’s Marta Szafrańska, responded to the report:

“We currently have no information to share”

Disney is already getting ready to remove its content from HBO Go, which will be removed by the end of March 2021. HBO declined to comment to Zive regarding the rumor.



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  1. Cosmin November 7, 2020

    Hoping they will come to România also

  2. Mikki May 14, 2021

    I think it's ridiculous that we (Europeans from the Baltics, Poland, Czechia, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, etc.) are being treated as second-class citiziens by Disney. The EU should require that all such products are available across all member countries!

    1. Cosmin June 12, 2021

      You are so right! They could have said a season at least: autumn, summer... They've got countless messages from all over Eastern Europe on Twitter. The only word agents are allowed to write is "Soon" that can mean anything, from July to december...

    2. K July 19, 2021

      You are totaly rihgt,but i think because if there are less people then this means less money. I am from Estonia.

  3. Jara June 24, 2021

    And then they are surprised that we are pirating their material. How am I supposed to watch it legally? No Blu-Ray/DVD release and no access to the stream. We are still treated like second class citizens, despite many Central and European countries being economically stronger than many and many countries in the world or even Europe. This is disrespectful and ridiculous.