The Walt Disney Company (DIS) is raising the price of its streaming service Disney+, but subscribers will be getting a bang for their buck. The service plans to add over 100 new movies and shows to its platform every year.

Disney has announced that U.S. Disney+ subscribers will see a $1 increase, taking the streaming service to $7.99 per month, up from its current price of $6.99, starting March 26, 2021. Yearly pricing will be $79.99. The Disney Bundle, which includes Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+, will be priced at $13.99 per month.

The price increase comes as Disney+’s 86.8 million subscribers are scheduled to receive plenty of new content. The entertainment company said it has plans to release approximately 10 “Star Wars” series and 10 Marvel series as well as 15 Disney live-action, Disney Animation, and Pixar series, in addition to 15 Disney live-action, Disney Animation, and Pixar features in the coming years.

Disney+ Shows

Disney+ content was aplenty with the “Star Wars” franchise seeing an “Obi-Wan-Kenobi” project and two series in the Mandalorian era with “Rangers of the New Republic” and “Ahsoka,” featuring character Ahsoka Tano.

Other new Disney+ titles from Lucasfilm include “Andor,” “Star Wars: The Bad Bath,” “Star Wars: Visions,” “Lando,” “The Acolyte,” and “A Droid Story,” as well as a new series “Willow,” with Warwick Davis.

Disney’s Television Studios is also looking at sharing some new entertainment classics on Disney+ including “Beauty and the Beast” (working title), “Swiss Family Robinson,” and “Percy Jackson and the Olympians.” This is in addition to the 2021 series “The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers,” “Big Shot,” “The Mysterious Benedict Society,” and “Turner & Hooch.”

Under its Animation Studios, “Baymax,” “Zootopia+,” “Tiana,” “Moana,” “The Series,” and “Iwaju” shows will premiere.

When it comes to Marvel, there are dozens of new series to come. Disney has announced “Secret Invasion” with Samuel L. Jackson, “Ironheart” with Dominique Thorne, and “Armor Wars” with Don Cheadle. “WandaVison,” “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier,” “Loki,” “What If…?,” “Ms. Marvel,” Hawkeye,” “She-Hulk,” “Moon Knight,” “Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special,” and the short “I Am Groot” will also be added.

The National Geographic channel will also seem some new additions with “Limitless With Chris Hemsworth,” “Welcome to Earth” (working title) with Will Smith, and “Genius” – a profile of Martin Luther King Jr.

Disney+ Movies

Under Disney’s Studios, “Hocus Pocus 2” and “Three Men and a Baby" and “Cheaper by the Dozen” reboots will debut as well as a new “Sister Act” film, starring Whoopi Goldberg.

There will also be “Chip ‘N Dale: Rescue Rangers,” “Pinocchio,” “Peter Pan & Wendy,” “Disenchanted,” “Greek Freak,” “Diary of a Wimpy Kid,” “The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild,” and “Night at the Museum” films released.

Under its Animation Studios, subscribers will see “Raya and the Last Dragon” launch on Disney+ with Premier Access in most markets at the same time it is released in theaters on March 5, 2021.

Shares of Disney were trading at $175.67 as of 11:13 a.m EST on Friday, up $20.98 or 13.56%.

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