Many Disney fans are planning to subscribe to Disney+ when the streaming service launches on November 12th. In the meantime, viewers are watching Disney channels on cable and platforms including Hulu, YouTube TV, and AT&T TV NOW. Now, viewers are noticing that the content they’ve been watching on-demand on those platforms is no longer available.
A post on the Disney+ Reddit page had one user asking where episodes of the Disney Jr. show Little Einsteins have gone. The show is missing from both the Disney Jr. on-demand lineup and from the user’s DVR where episodes had been recorded.
Many shows are also missing from DisneyNow, the TV Everywhere app for Disney Channel, Disney Jr., and Disney XD which replaced all of the Disney Watch apps for those channels.
This is what the Disney+ FAQ page says:
Is anything being removed from the Disney channel and moving to Disney+?
Library content, including past season, will move to Disney+.
It looks like Disney has already started that process and viewers will have to wait to watch the content when the Disney+ service launches on November 12th. In the meantime, only limited on-demand content is available, along with watching Disney channels live.
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