Disney revealed details of its new streaming service this afternoon, including that it'll cost $6.99 a month or $69.99 per year when it debuts on Nov. 12. Disney+ will launch will nine exclusive series, including Star Wars sequel The Mandalorian and High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. By Year 5 in 2024 or 2025, Disney projects to have 50 exclusive series. By that time, Disney expects the streaming service to be profitable with 60 million to 90 million subscribers. As Decider notes, "in year one, Disney+ will have more than 25 series and more than 10 movies/specials. Fox titles like Malcolm in the Middle and The Sound of Music will also be available. Additionally, there will be 7500 episodes of TV, over 400 library titles, and over 100 recent titles on the service. By year 5, Disney+ plans to have 50 original series, over 10 movies a year, 10,000 episodes, 120 recent titles, and over 500 library titles." ALSO: Here's a list of every show announced at the Disney+ event.
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