Disney is about to release its streaming service this late 2019. The device is confirmed to support many devices known to have streaming services except for one.  Disney+ will have exclusive shows, including those within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The company officially announced that the Disney+ streaming platform will be available on many Apple devices, game consoles, and two standalone streaming devices. For Apple, iPhones, iPads and other devices running the iOS would be able to use the Disney+ platform. The new Apple TV+ will also have the Disney+ subscription service.

The Sony PlayStation  4 and Microsoft Xbox One will also have this streaming platform in their TV app. Moreover, Roku and Chromecast also has access to this platform. Disney seems to be competing with all the other streaming services save for the Amazon Fire TV.

Disney+ will be available this coming November 12 and its monthly subscription fee will be $6.99. Alternatively, the yearly subscription fee costs $89.99. The subscription is also confirmed to be available in the Netherlands, Australia, Canada and New Zealand but will arrive in the later in November than the US release.

Disney would also bundle this new subscription service with Hulu and ESPN+ in the US for $12.99 a month.

The Disney+ will also come with its own set of exclusive shows that many Marvel fans are looking forward to. A new set of TV shows will be released and still be connected to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, namely “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” “WandaVision,” and “Loki.” While not all of these shows are out by 2020, many fans are still looking forward to the new stories that’ll come out of these shows.

Other than Marvel shows, Disney would also have some shows and shorts for their animated series such as the upcoming “Frozen” documentary, “Toy Story’s” Forky, new seasons of “The Proud Family” and “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” and even a “Monsters Inc.” series

With this subscription, Disney will now be competing with other major streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon and Roku. Aside from its iconic logo, Disney has been known to have purchased many creative and entertainment media companies under its wing which greatly shows potential for this streaming platform.