Disney is setting the price for its subscription service at just under seven dollars a month.
Disney-Plus will include access to Marvel movies, Star Wars, the entire Disney animation vault, National Geographic and The Simpsons for six-99 per month. When Disney announced the price yesterday many of the media in the room gasped.
Speaking of “The Simpsons,” all 30 years of the show will be on the service exclusively. That means no other streaming company will have rights to air the show or any other Disney owned movie/show with possibly a few exceptions.
The House of Mouse is late to enter the streaming business and may be trying to undercut competitors Netflix and Hulu. About 60 to 90 million subscribers are expected.