Disney+ has been around for a few months now and boy, are people loving it!
How many people? Somewhere in the ballpark of 31 million! Needless to say, our collective love for streaming services is seriously directed towards Disney+ right now. Still, there are some parts of the world that have yet to experience the glory of unlimited Disney streaming, namely most of Europe. We’ve known for a while that Disney+ would launch in Europe in 2020, but now it will be available to the public even earlier than we expected.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, much of Western Europe will be able to watch their favorite old and new Disney content on March 24th, instead of the originally announced March 31st. The countries included in this earlier release are the U.K., Ireland, France, Spain, Italy, and across German-speaking territories.
As of right now, the only European country that has access to Disney+ is the Netherlands since it was a test market for the service prior to launch, so there are a TON of people who are still waiting to access the service on the European continent. Outside of the countries who will see the service on March 24th, even more Western European territories will get access to the service this summer, including Belgium, Nordic countries, and Portugal.
The service is set to cost £5.99 ($7.99) or €6.99 ($7.75) monthly or £59.99 ($79.99) and €69.99 ($77.50) yearly depending on what part of Europe you’re watching from. So get excited, Europe, and get ready to watch! Everything from Disney vault favorites to the new Star Wars sensation, The Mandalorian, will be streaming soon.
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