Years ago nobody would have bet that in Spain there would be so many and such good legal services for the direct display of movies and series, but here we are: streaming is so common that we all know Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime Video and other similar services, such as Movistar +. You may be paid to someone, share it with other friends or wait for a platform that was about to arrive, Disney +.
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With the rise of subscription services, and the success of streaming platforms, video producers came up with the idea of developing their own platform with which to distribute their creations. And since The Walt Disney Company is the largest audiovisual producer on the planethave your own Netflix It was the logical step. We have been able to try it and we assure you it is worth it. Of course, we will have to wait a few months to officially use it in Spain.
Disney + social networks announce the release date in Spain: March 31, 2020
– Disney + Spain () November 7, 2019
We knew it would arrive in 2020 because the company had already anticipated it, but we ignored the specific date. Not anymore: the Spanish Twitter account unveiled tonight's release date for Spain, on March 31, 2020. So we will have to wait more than four and a half months after the premiere of the Netflix competitor in the United States: the next 12th of November.
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Apart from Spain, on March 31, 2020 Disney + will reach United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and France. In the first round, on November 12, 2019 (Tuesday), the graceful countries are the United States, Puerto Rico Canada and the Netherlands (in the Netherlands the Disney + tests began in September). And in the second round, marked for November 19, the streaming service reaches Australia and New Zealand. It is surprising that The Walt Disney Company has delayed the launch of the platform in the United Kingdom until the third round, which also includes Spain.
We will have to wait until March, but it is surely worth it: Disney + will have gained more experience and surely also have a larger catalog. The company assured that all its productions would be available for streaming; all at a lower price than Netflix, about 6.99 euros per month.