Netflix's strongest competitor to date is almost here.
Per a report in Variety, Disney+ is set to launch November 12, 2019.
Disney announced in 2018 that it would be fashioning an exclusive subscriptions ervice that would digitally house its entire collection. The new service would come on the heels of the studio's films and collaborations with other video streaming services, like Netflix, would come to an end.
The studio, home to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the Star Wars franchise, has been teasing new, original content set to debut on the service, as well.
A subscription for Disney+ will start at $6.99.
When it launches, Disney+ "will include 7,500 episodes, 25 original series, 400 library movie titles, and 100 recent theatrically-released films." The announcement also confirmed all 30 seasons of "The Simpsons" would be included now that Disney has acquired 21st Century Fox.
Disney's Michael Paull also confirmed the service would be ad-free and would be available to stream across most popularly-used platforms.