Disney recently revealed more details about its much-awaited online streaming service, Disney+. It has now been confirmed that popular animated series “The Simpson” will be exclusively available for streaming from Disney+. All 30 seasons of the hit series will be available for online stream when Disney+ launches on November 12th.
This announcement was made during the Disney+ conference for investors where the company talked about its future entertainment plans now after its acquisition of 21st Century Fox. It’s currently possible to stream The Simpsons on Hulu but Disney now has majority control of that streaming service. Disney does plan on investing more into Hulu so subscribers shouldn’t really have a cause for concern at this point in time.
The Simpsons is certainly one of the major show announcements that Disney made during its presentation. It’s also developing two new Marvel live-action series which are based on Cinematic Universe characters. WandaVision will revolve around Scarlet Witch and Vision while Falcon and Winter Soldier will be about the tumultuous friendship between the heroes. All of the actors who played these characters in the MCU movies will reprise their roles. Disney+ is going to launch on November 12th. The service will be priced at $6.99 (N2,600) per month or $69.99 (N26,000) annually.