Disney+ is going to become the exclusive streaming agency to watch The Simpsons. All 30 seasons of the series will soon be available at launch on November 12th, the company confirmed today.
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Disney+ will charge $6.99-per-month roughly $69.99 annually once it launches later this year on November 12th.
Other show — including High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, Monsters in Work (based on Monsters, Inc.. ) — were announced. There will be more than 5,000 Disney Channel TV episodes and at least a hundred movies on the service at launch.
The Simpsons is simply one of the many show announcements Disney made throughout its presentation tonight. Two brand new Marvel live-action series, based on popular Cinematic Universe characters, are also in development. WandaVision will accompany Scarlet Witch and Vision, while Falcon and Winter Solider will focus on the tumultuous friendship between the two personalities. Paul Bettany, elizabeth Olsen, Anthony Mackie, and Sebastian Stan are set to reprise their roles.
The statement has been made during its Disney + conference for investors, which touched on the future of the entertainment plans of their company after the acquisition of Century Fox. The Simpsons is currently available to stream on Hulu, and Disney now has majority control of Hulu, which the provider is intending to continue investing heavily to, based on Kevin Mayer, head of Disney’s direct-to-consumer merchandise. It’s unclear if Disney will retire Simpsons World — a digital service devoted to The Simpsons made available for FX clients.