On November 12th, Disney’s new streaming service Disney+ will arrive in the US. The service will give subscribers access to countless titles, from classic animated movies to new shows like The Mandalorian.

Yeah, yeah… but what about subscribers outside of the US?

Well, Disney has remained pretty tight-lipped on international territories – until now!

Disney+ will begin streaming in parts of Europe from March 31st 2020. This includes the UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain, with more countries to be announced.

Here’s the little announcement video…

OK, so those wanting to watch The Mandalorian from day one will have to wait four-and-a-half months to see it, but hey, at least there’s a Star Wars movie to come in December to smooth things over, right?

Right guys?


Yeah, I want to watch The Mandalorian on the 12th November too, but with a heap of shows stacked up in both my Netflix and Amazon playlists I have plenty to keep me busy until March. The good news is that none of the new Marvel Studios shows start until after March, so that’s a plus point.


*Tumble weed blows past*

So, will you be subscribing to Disney+ when it launches? And if so, what are you most looking forward to about the service? Sound off in the comments section.

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