Disney has revealed its new streaming service will feature 8,000 film and TV episodes as it unveiled details of the much-anticipated product at its California headquarters.
Speaking at an event to Wall Street analysts on Thursday, bosses announced a range of content that will sit on the new Disney+ platform.
It will include every Pixar film ever released, all the Star Wars films and every episode of the Simpsons following the recent Fox acquisition.
It is also thought content from other parts of the Disney empire – such as existing streaming service Hulu and National Geographic – will also be merged on to the new product.
As well as established films and TV shows, new movies and series will be released exclusively to the platform, including a live action Star Wars series, and a series about Marvel character Loki.
A live action version of Lady and the Tramp, a new Phineas and Ferb movie and a High School Musical reboot were also revealed.
The service will launch in November in the US and will cost $6.99 (£5.35) a month for a subscription.
As well as details about its content, Disney also released details about the tech involved on the platform.
The new platform will be available on a raft of devices, including Roku boxes, Playstations, Smart TVs, phones and tablets.
It will allow users to download content so it can be accessed offline, as well as personalising the experience with customised avatars and individual profiles.
Estimates say around 7.2 million people could subscribe to the Disney+ service in 2020, with forecasts predicting that number could double by the following year.
Disney’s dominance on the media landscape increased significantly in 2019, with the purchase of 20th Century Fox, adding a number of new franchises to the company, including X-Men and Avatar.
The company has also got a huge number of films slated for release this year, including the highly anticipated live-action version of The Lion King featuring Beyonce, Frozen 2, and the as yet unnamed final instalment in the Star War saga.