Disney's streaming service is set to launch in a month offering viewers the chance to pay a small fee to watch as much Disney as they want.
Films and programmes from the Marvel, Pixar, National Geographic and the Star Wars universe will be available to watch on Disney+, alongside Disney's own content, including its classic animated movies. As well as streaming, subscribers can download movies and shows to watch offline.
Disney+ will provide stiff competition to the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime when it launches in the UK on March 24. Disney+ gained 10 million subscribers in just one day when it launched in the USA last year.
After its launch, Disney + will cost £5.99 per month or £59.99 a year for a subscription. But those who sign up before March 24 can get an annual Disney+ subscription for just £49.99.
Customers who sign up for the limited time off will be able to enjoy more than 1000 movies, series and originals, on up to four screens at once, making it perfect for the family.
To sign-up for Disney Plus, head here.
New Star Wars series The Mandalorian is expected to be one of the Disney+'s biggest hits. The show - which features a 'Baby Yoda' character, is already a huge success in the USA.
Pixar smashes like Toy Story will also be in the Disney+ library, as will Marvel films like Iron Man and The Avengers, alongside Disney's massive back catalogue of classic animated movies.