New streaming service offers movies and shows otherwise not available for users


Peyton Mullen

The new streaming service, Disney+, includes different genres of movies and shows for everyone.

Shea Kilpatrick and Joe Parsley

For those that don’t know, Disney+ is the newest streaming platform for shows and movies offered via the App Store and many other platforms. This program by Disney allows users access to all Disney-owned films and shows from Snow White to Captain Marvel to Monsters Inc. 

1. Disney plus is only $6.99 a month or $69.99 annually, similar to other platforms. But, for those that have an unlimited Verizon phone plan, the service is free via the Verizon app.

2. The overall layout of the platform is highly accessible. So far, the app has proven itself to be extremely easy to use and navigate. You can browse different genres and types of media with a visually appealing site that allows you to add things to your watch list, and even download movies for watching without internet.

3. The app encapsulates a HUGE variety of media. Users gain access to children’s fairy tales, sci-fi movies like Marvel, new Disney+ Originals, and other favorites from the past like Camp Rock.

4. More on Disney Originals: Disney has created/is creating new TV series’ to expand on past TV/movie series such as Star Wars’ “The Mandalorian” and Marvel’s “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”. Another new original is a spin off on High School Musical called High School Musical: the Musical. The series is set at East High where students participate in putting on the play HSM.

Ultimately, the new Disney+ streaming service gives viewers another look back to the past movies and memories that they love.