We’ve known for a while that upcoming streaming service Disney+ is set to launch in the US on November 12, but what about the rest of the world?
Unlike Apple TV+, which launched in over 100 countries on November 1, Disney+ will be rolling out in stages across the world.
The Disney Plus Twitter account revealed today (November 7) that the streaming service will be available in the UK from March 31.
It will also be coming to Germany, France, Italy and Spain, with more territories to be announced soon – presumably in Europe. The media giant has warned that titles may vary by territory.
Some fans on Twitter reacted with frustration that they still have over four months to wait until they can access the streaming service in their location.
However, those in the US have just a week to go before they can stream a whole host of Disney titles, from The Little Mermaid to The Mandalorian.
Disney+ launches in the US on November 12 at a monthly price of $6.99.
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