Disney+ took the United States by storm when it launched Nov. 17, 2019. At only seven dollars a month, this easy-to-navigate application has something for everyone. From “Snow White” (1937) to the live-action “Lady and the Tramp” (2019), all Disney movies and shows are included for the cheapest rate out of its major competitors, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
The ‘plus’ in the Disney+ app represents the Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic films and shows that are accessible in addition to Disney’s phenomenal standalone productions. Disney has created a platform with everyone’s favorite classics, as well as up-and-coming shows and movies for people of all ages to enjoy without ads or other hassles.
As if this magic-making corporation hasn’t outdone themselves already, Disney has brought blasts from the past, such as the original “Star Wars” films, back to shining glory by creating Disney+ original series such as “The Mandalorian.” This show follows the upbringing of Yoda, thus keeping the engagement of all the “Star Wars” fans who just can’t get enough of the original characters. In a similar fashion, “High School Musical the Series” continues the long-time favorite of Generation Z, “High School Musical.” Disney has found a way, with both of these shows, to keep the classics alive and reignite passion for its fanatics.
Ultimately, Disney has once again thought outside of the ‘status quo’ by giving families the opportunity to bring the ‘Happiest Place on Earth’ home.