Who doesn’t enjoy huddling under the covers and watching good ol’ Disney movies? Walt Disney Co’s popular streaming service, Disney+ will be coming to South Africa!
According to Tech Central, the streaming service will be available sometime around June 2022. Subscribers will be able to watch new series like Loki, Star Wars: The Mandalorian and a collection of content from National Geographic, Marvel Studios, Pixar and Disney.
A spokesperson for Disney confirmed that further information and pricing will be released closer to the launch date, as Business Tech reports.
Meanwhile, CEO Bob Chapek reportedly said that the launch of the Disney+ in Eastern Europe is being pushed back from this year to 2022 to enable a broader launch in America’s summer 2022 that includes part of the Middle East and South Africa, but not the rest of the African continent, News24 adds.
A year and a half later after Disney + first launched overseas, the streaming app has reached 116 million subscribers worldwide dated to July 3.
This is surely something to look forward to, a trip down your childhood memory lane!