New wave of European Disney+ launches on March 31

Adobe Stock

Adobe Stock

The new Disney streaming service will launch on devices from Apple, Google, Microsoft, Roku, and Sony.

Annoyingly, not only do North American folks get Disney Plus a whole five and a half months ahead of United Kingdom subscribers, but so to do the Netherlands and New Zealand both receive the service in November (the former even had an open beta for folks to opt into). "If a customer signed up for Disney+ on another device, they can simply log into their account".

That being said, The Mandalorian isn't the be-all-and-end-all of Disney+.

What changed isn't clear.

People are getting odd text messages, likely from the past
Regional carriers in the United States and Canada, as well as Google Voice users also experienced the surprise very late messages. Others said the messages came from relatives or friends who had since passed away. "It was a punch in the gut.

The much-anticipated Star Wars TV series The Mandalorian won't be available on DisneyLife, and it looks like UK Star Wars fans will have to wait until Disney+ officially launches here in 2020 to watch it legally.

Earlier this week The Walt Disney Company released its quarterly earnings report and while the biggest news was in regards to the upcoming Disney+ streaming service (which Disney is pushing in an interesting way at Walt Disney World), some interesting things have been revealed about the Parks and Resorts division as well!

The new service will offer subscribers access to the massive library of Disney-owned movies and television shows, including content from popular franchises that include the Star Wars and Marvel universes. Amazon also says that Disney+ content will be included in Fire TV's universal search, so you can tell Alexa to play specific shows, too. According to the WSJ, Amazon and Disney have reached a deal which will allow Disney+ to work on Fire TV.

Recommended News

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.