Disney Plus: Every show and movie that will (or may be) available to stream

CNET | 4/15/2019 | Joan E. Solsman
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The Mandalorian, a big-budget Star Wars spinoff starring Pedro Pascal, will be one of the Disney Plus original series available at launch in November.

At an epic three-hour presentation, Disney laid out a vast catalog of new and legacy shows you'll be able to stream starting in November with the launch of the company's Netflix competitor, Disney Plus.

Libraries - Disney - Century - Fox - Candidates

With the massive libraries of Disney -- and, now 21st Century Fox -- as candidates for the service, what do we know will be included to stream? This is Disney's official listing of every show, movie and release date that it has confirmed in writing, plus the titles that executives indicated would be available with its live presentation.

In addition, we know that Disney Plus will be an exclusive streaming home for all Disney's theatrical releases in 2019 and beyond, starting with Captain Marvel at launch and subsequently adding Avengers: Endgame, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Frozen 2, Dumbo, The Lion King, Toy Story 4 and so on.

Years - Back - Burner - Big-budget - Blockbusters

After years of putting streaming on the back burner to protect its big-budget blockbusters and lucrative TV model, Disney has made streaming its top priority this year, even restructuring the company around it. And it underscores the lengths that Hollywood is willing to go to respond, at last, to the growing threat of tech giants like Netflix, Amazon and -- soon -- Apple.

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Disney has been tight-lipped about specific exclusions from the service. If you don't see what you're looking for here, that doesn't necessarily mean it's excluded from Disney Plus -- we just don't know yet.

Two high-profile titles showed up during the company's demo of the Disney Plus app but nowhere else: Fox's 2009 blockbuster Avatar and ABC series Once Upon a Time. Kevin...
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