First global rollouts announced for Disney+

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The studio revealed that Disney+ will launch in Canada and the Netherlands on November 12, the same day that it launches in US.

Thanks to Steeldiver for the heads up! Disney's CEO Bob Iger said in an earning's call earlier this month the service would launch in two worldwide markets, so presumably this is where he meant.

It's going to cost Aussies either $8.99 a month or $89 for a full year - automatically making it one of the cheapest streaming services available here.

Content on the service will include movies Avengers: Endgame, Aladdin and made for TV series Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Shortly thereafter, Australia and New Zealand will be granted access to the service on November 19.

Here are all the devices Disney+ will support at launch.

Depending on the country, Disney+ should be available at launch on Apple devices, Google devices, Microsoft Xbox One, Sony TVs/PlayStation 4, and Roku devices.

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It's not clear exactly why Amazon's devices aren't supported, though.

The California-based entertainment giant says November 12 marks the global launch of the service, starting with the U.S., Canada, and the Netherlands.

Iger said Disney was "focused on leveraging Fox's vast library of great titles. for example reimagining "Home Alone, ' 'Night at the Museum, ' 'Cheaper by the Dozen, ' and 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid" for a new generation on Disney+".

Consumers in the U.S. will also be able to bundle Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu for US$12.99.

Netflix's latest rival have also released a trailer for Disney Plus, where we see clips from MCU movies, Star Wars movies, classic Pixar films and National Geographic documentaries, showcasing the wealth of content the service will have to offer.

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