Disney+ offers an incredible amount of content, with hundreds of movies and shorts from Walt Disney Studios, plus thousands of episodes of television from Disney’s many different studios including Disney Channel, ABC, FX, 20th Television and more.

You’ll find plenty of content available on Disney+ from the six core brands offered, Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and Star.  There is unprecedented access to Disney’s incredible library of film and television entertainment, with most of the content only available on Disney+.

Disney+ is currently available in 61 countries across North America, Europe, Asia/Pacific, and Latin America.


Over the past few years, we’ve been comparing the size of the Disney+ library around the world.  Back in 2020, we compared the size of the Disney+ libraries and again in early 2021.


Here is a look at the Disney+ content totals as of 15th February 2020:


  • Australia: 890
  • New Zealand: 883
  • Canada: 868
  • Netherlands: 824
  • United States: 861


Here is a look at the Disney+ content totals as of January 6th 2021:

  • USA – 1163
  • Canada – 1144
  • Australia – 1182
  • New Zealand – 1,172
  • Netherlands – 1028
  • UK/Ireland – 1094
  • France – 1017
  • Spain – 1068
  • India –  2828
  • Germany – 1064
  • Japan – 418
  • Indonesia –  875
  • Brazil – 906
  • Mexico –  977

Which shows how much the library size has increased over time.  While the majority of content is identical around the globe, such as the Disney+ Originals such as “The Mandalorian” or “High School Musical: The Musical – The Series”, there are some major regional differences once the general entertainment brand Star was added in February 2021.

And the amount of content available on Disney+ continues to grow, especially with more local originals being made and the addition of licensed content.


Here’s an updated look at what country has the most amount of content:

Update: 3rd October 2021


USA

  • Movies – 995
  • TV – 354
  • Total – 1349

Note – Disney also runs Hulu in the USA, which reduces the amount of content available to Disney+   So to compare, here’s also some stats for Hulu

Hulu

  • Movies – 1212
  • TV – 1243
  • Total – 2455

Canada

  • Movies – 1518
  • TV – 488
  • Total – 2006

United Kingdom/Ireland

  • Movies – 1380
  • TV – 421
  • Total – 1801

Australia

  • Movies – 1530
  • TV – 505
  • Total – 2035

New Zealand

  • Movies – 1518
  • TV – 501
  • Total – 2019

India

  • Movies – 2654
  • TV – 764
  • Total – 3418

Singapore

  • Movies – 1856
  • TV – 460
  • Total – 1856

Indonesia

  • Movies – 882
  • TV – 319
  • Total – 1201

Thailand

  • Movies – 776
  • TV – 331
  • Total – 1087

South Korea

  • Movies –
  • TV –
  • Total – 0

Malaysia

  • Movies – 827
  • TV – 322
  • Total – 1149

Hong Kong

  • Movies –
  • TV –
  • Total – 0

Taiwan

  • Movies –
  • TV –
  • Total – 0

Japan

  • Movies – 404
  • TV – 114
  • Total – 518

Finland

  • Movies – 1345
  • TV – 408
  • Total – 1753

Norway

  • Movies – 1345
  • TV – 424
  • Total – 1769

Sweden

  • Movies – 1343
  • TV – 425
  • Total – 1768

Denmark

  • Movies – 1342
  • TV – 421
  • Total – 1763

Netherlands

  • Movies – 1282
  • TV – 367
  • Total – 1649

Italy

  • Movies – 1378
  • TV – 352
  • Total – 1730

Spain

  • Movies – 1300
  • TV – 337
  • Total – 1637

Germany

  • Movies – 1399
  • TV – 367
  • Total – 1766

France

  • Movies – 1222
  • TV – 369
  • Total – 1591

Austria

  • Movies – 1399
  • TV – 368
  • Total – 1767

Belgium

  • Movies – 1226
  • TV – 350
  • Total – 1576

Switzerland

  • Movies – 1390
  • TV – 366
  • Total – 1756

Portugal

  • Movies – 1225
  • TV – 343
  • Total – 1568

Brazil

  • Movies – 846
  • TV – 283
  • Total – 1129

Latin America

  • Movies – 1157
  • TV – 293
  • Total – 1157

Note – The majority of Latin American countries have the exact content


Note – Disney also runs Star+ throughout Latin America, which reduces the amount of content available to Disney+.  So to compare, here’s also some stats for Star+

Star+

  • Movies – 583
  • TV – 119
  • Total – 702

Looking at the current stats, Disney+ Hotstar in India continues to offer the most amount of content overall.  This is due to a large amount of locally made content plus licensed content from other studios like HBO.

Japan currently has one of the worst libraries, but is due to get a massive expansion on October 27th, when the service is launched with Star and will be available to everyone in the country.

Australia, New Zealand and Canada have the largest Disney+ libraries, with over 2000 titles.  Though there are still some differences between the countries, especially as neither Canada nor Australia has as much access to FX branded shows due to previous contracts.  Many countries outside the US aren’t getting National Geographic and Disney Channel content as quickly as in the US.


Disney+ in the United States is the only country to only offer PG13/Tv-14 content, since that content is located on Hulu.

Latin America’s Disney+ doesn’t fare much better due to the recent launch of Star+, which means the majority of mature content isn’t available.

 

What countries Disney+ would you prefer to have access too?


Source – JustWatch


 

 

 








Roger Palmer

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. Email: Roger@WhatsOnDisneyPlus.com Twitter: Twitter.com/RogPalmerUK Facebook: Facebook.com/rogpalmeruk

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3 Comments

  1. Steve October 3, 2021

    My question is where are the 20th century classic content,40s 50s 60s , have these other countries got this content or is Disney holding this content back from all regions?

    1. DR October 4, 2021

      Just a few classics in the Netherlands. But the pace of releasing back-catalogue in general is pretty slow. An average of 5 titles per week.

  2. Zachary Gage October 3, 2021

    In The US Disney Plus Only Has The Simpsons | Maybe You Can Add Other 20th Television Programs That Is Family Friendly Content