It's been talked about for months, but this morning Disney has announced the details of their streaming service that'll compete with Netflix.
"Disney Plus" will premier November 12. You have two options. You can subscribe month to month. That costs $6.99. Or if you'd rather prepay for an entire year, that will be $69.99, which saves about $1 a month.
There will be no ads and you'll be able to to download shows and movies to watch offline, according to a press release.
Netflix will certainly have more movies. Disney is aiming right at its fans by offering a Star Wars live action series and a new version of High School Musical. They say the content will fall under 1 of 5 categories: Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic. Movies that come out this year and from now on will only be streamed on Disney Plus.