Earlier today, Disney confirmed multiple rumors about the upcoming Disney+ streaming service with official announcements at Walt Disney Company's Investor Day presentation,
In addition to announcing that Disney+ would launch on Nov. 12 with a $6.99 a month price point, Disney revealed that the upcoming Star Wars series The Mandalorian would be available on launch day. Beyond that, the studio also revealed that Falcon and Winter Soldier would arrive on the service some time in its first year.
While Disney remained unspecific about the release dates for much of its original content, Deadline, has published a report that indicates when the rest of Disney+'s original streaming line-up will roll out.
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Marvel's Hero Project, a documentary series where several young real-life heroes make positive changes in their communities and are celebrated by Marvel as true superheroes, will reportedly premiere when the service launches on Nov. 12.
A new season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars will reportedly premiere some time in the service's first year. It will reportedly consist of 12 all-new episodes featuring Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ahsoka Tano, and more.
Marvel's What If?, an animated series based on the classic Marvel Comics series that looks at how things might have gone if characters made different decisions or lost battles they actually won, will reportedly debut some time in the first year of Disney+. The first episode of the show will look at what would've happened if Peggy Carter took the Super-Soldier Serum instead of Steve Rogers, while another looks at what would happen if Loki got Thor's hammer.
Marvel 616, a a documentary series that explores the connection of Marvel's characters and stories and the real world, will also reportedly debut in the first year of Disney+. Each episode will dig into the historical, cultural and societal connections between Marvel stories and the world.
While information about the show is scarce, Loki, starring Tom Hiddleston, will reportedly arrive on the service at some point in its second year. Earlier rumors indicate this will tell the story of Loki throughout time as he influenced famous events that happened on Earth without anyone's knowledge.
The second Star Wars live-action series will see Diego Luna bring his Rogue One: A Star Wars Story character to Disney+ in an untitled Cassian Andor series, which will also reportedly launch in Disney+'s second year. Disney also announced today that Alan Tudyk will reprise his role as the voice of K-2S0 and Stephen Schiff (The Americans) will serve as showrunner.
WandaVision will see Elizabeth Olsen as the Scarlet Witch join Paul Bettany as the Vision in their own series. While details on this show are equally scarce, it's expected to come out some time during Disney+'s second year.
In between all of these high-profile releases, Disney+ will still have a steady stream of content coming in from new Disney and Pixar productions along with the vast collective back catalogs of Disney, Fox, Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar and National Geographic.
Disney+ makes it long-awaited debut on Nov. 12.