Disney's streaming service is officially called Disney+, and here's the original content planned for it
November 08, 20181 min read
Bob Iger, CEO of Disney and aspiring owner of everything imaginable, confirmed that Disney's long talked-about streaming service will be called Disney+, or Disney Plus, or what have you. Previously, a report misunderstood the name of the service to be Disney Play, but it looks like the House of Mouse is taking a different naming convention from Google.
Expect to see newer Disney, Star Wars, and Marvel Studios films start to pop up on Disney+ rather than Netflix. Additionally, the acquisition of 21st Century Fox will give Disney a controlling stake in Hulu—Iger has promised that Disney+ and Hulu will still be able to coexist, with Hulu being a home for "general entertainment" and Disney+ for "family fare."