Specifically, we now know which devices the service will be on, and to which countries it’ll be rolling out at launch.
Disney revealed the new streaming service would be rolling out to Canada and the Netherlands on November 12, the same day it launches in the US.
Disney‘s CEO Bob Iger said in an earning’s call earlier this month the service would launch in two international markets, so presumably this is where he meant.
No word yet on when it’ll be coming to other countries, such as the rest of Europe or Asia, but Iger said in the same call he expects the service to expand to additional markets over the next two or three years.
We already know the company is bundling Disney+ with ESPN Plus and Hulu — presumably to expand the appeal to adults who might not necessarily be interested in the Disney catalog.