Check out Disney+’s Big Announcement to the World

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Disney+ announced additional films and television series that will be heading onto the streaming service on Nov. 12. 

Disney+ is giving Netflix the biggest competition Netflix has ever seen. The streaming platform announced more releases for the official drop on Nov. 12. Disney movies like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Aladin, Toy Story, Cinderella, Hercules, The Incredibles, and many more films that were previously in the Disney vault will now be featured on the new streaming service.

Disney not only announced the opening of previous vault movies, but they also announced new original films like Noelle, featuring Anna Kendrick, and new National Geographic series. Series like Kingdom of the White Wolf, Gordon Ramsay:Uncharted, Apollo: Missions to the Moon, Hostile Planet, The Lost Tomb of Alexander The Great, and Into the Grand Canyon. The service’s official Twitter also gave exciting news that the announcements are still not finished.


Disney currently has many deals with different media companies like Marvel, National Geographic, Pixar, and StarWars that will produce different content on the streaming service. With the significant amount of services provided through Disney’s conglomeration with the various businesses, a few viewers calling Disney a monopoly. However, some viewers on Twitter claim they are still excited about the new service, despite Disney’s potential monopoly formation.

Check out the list of movies and shows, coming to Disney+.

Within the continuous announcement of what Disney+ is releasing, the streaming business has now gotten more competitive and extremely entertaining for movie and television viewers.