It is a long wait, but the arrival of Disney Plus in Singapore is finally here, with the highly anticipated service launching locally on February 23, 2021.
Singaporean subscribers now have access to more than 650 movies and 15,000 episodes of content spanning six iconic brands, including Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, National Geographic and the new entertainment brand Star.
Disney’s Star content will be fully integrated into the Disney Plus app at launch and will appear as its own hub, doubling the number of movies and shows available to stream on the service.
But that’s just a brief overview. Here’s everything you need to know about the Disney Plus launch in Singapore.
Disney Plus: price and release date
That means annual subscribers essentially receive two free months of Disney Plus compared to those who pay monthly.
It’s worth noting that Disney Plus doesn’t offer separate tiers for video quality or simultaneous streams – any Disney Plus subscriber can stream 4K HDR video on up to four simultaneous devices, along with unlimited downloads that don’t expire as long as you remain a paying customer. .
The registrations are officially open, which means you can go to the Disney Plus site to register now
What is Disney Plus Star?
On February 23, the Star entertainment brand was added to Disney Plus subscriptions in a number of areas outside the US, including Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the Middle East and Africa – followed by the launch of the service in Singapore on the day itself it was recorded here from the beginning by default.
Star is essentially a replacement for Hulu, which is available as a bundle in addition to Disney Plus in the US.
The inclusion of Star entitles Disney Plus subscribers to some of Hulu’s content, along with other Disney brands such as ABC, Disney Television Studios, FX, Touchstone, Searchlight Pictures, 20th Century Studios and 20th Television.
Star will be included as a channel on the Disney Plus app alongside Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar and the company. Disney, of course, offers extensive parental controls in an effort to protect children from Star’s more mature content.
Disney Plus: what’s included?
As you’d expect, Disney Plus is everything a Disney fan could ask for, with streaming access to Mouse House’s extensive catalog of classic movies and TV shows, both animated and live-action, along with a steadily growing line-up of new Disney Plus. Original content.
With brands like Marvel and Star Wars at its disposal, it’s not surprising that Disney Plus offers exclusive access to TV shows set in those universes.
We’ve already had two seasons of the Star Wars-based series The Mandalorian, and a third is coming, while Marvel Studios’ fantastic series WandaVision is currently making headlines for its wild twists.
As for upcoming Star Wars content, we have a Mandalorian spin-off called The Book of Boba Fett set in December 2021, along with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Lando Calrissian TV shows, a series about Rogue One’s Cassian Andor, yet two spin-offs from The Mandalorian (Ahsoka and Rangers of the New Republic) and another series called The Acolyte.
Meanwhile, on the Marvel side of things, we have the series The Falcon and The Winter Soldier coming out March 19, as well as the TV shows Loki, Moon Knight, Secret Invasion, She Hulk, Ms Marvel, and the animated series What If. ..?
But that’s just the tip of the iceberg – Star’s arrival has a huge selection of existing shows (like Lost, Sons of Anarchy, Grey’s Anatomy and The X-Files) and movies (like Deadpool 2, Braveheart, The Devil Bears). Prada and Commando), along with some new and exciting original adult shows, arriving weekly.
These include TV shows such as the Big Sky Police Procedure, a Love, Simon spin-off series called Love, Victor, the more adult-oriented Marvel series Helstrom and Solar Opposites, the new animated sitcom from Rick and Morty creator Justin Roiland.
That’s just a small taste of everything that’s included and coming, so to find out, head over to Disney Plus register now