Disney’s New Streaming Service Will Include a New Star Wars Live-Action Series & More




Today we learned more about Disney’s plans for their new streaming service. Not only will it include 4 to 5 original movies a year but there will also be a Star Wars live action series.

Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed the news during an investor call, saying the new series will be exclusively shown on Disney’s streaming service, which is set to debut in 2019.

“Our advantage as a company is to take advantages that exist out there for good television and take advantage of it,” Iger said during an investors call.

This news about the Star Wars series airing on Disney’s streaming will fit nicely with Disney’s new streaming plans considering the company recently said all Marvel and Star Wars films would be removed from Netflix in 2019. At this time we do not know what time period the show will be set in.

In addition to the new Star Wars series, Iger also revealed that other live-action series based on Marvel shows, a new “Monsters Inc.” show and “High School the Musical” show will be airing on Disney streaming service.

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