New shows on Disney+ won't be bingeable, as the streaming service's offerings will take a more traditional route and release weekly.
As reported by The Wrap, a Disney+ spokesperson confirmed all of the television series coming to the platform will be released weekly as opposed to Netflix's style, where an entire season of a show is released at once.
Additionally, Tim Federle, creator and showrunner of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, said the show based on the hit Disney Channel movies will release its 10-episode season a weekly basis, confirming the information from the Disney+ spokesperson.
On top of the original content centered around Marvel and Star Wars, Disney+ will also include Disney Channel shows and movies, films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, old and new Disney movies, nature documentaries and a whole lot more.
Disney+ is priced at $7 USD per month or $70 for the year. Consumers also have the option to get a Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ bundle for $13 per month. That $7 monthly pricing will also include 4K and HDR high-quality video, being able to stream from four different devices at once and download for offline viewing.
Disney+ will be available November 12 in the US, Canada and the Netherlands and on November 19 in Australia and New Zealand. Those with Roku, Apple and Android devices as well as PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will be able to download the Disney+ app.