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– by Seth McDonald

As the inevitable battle for planet earth between Disney, Google, and Amazon continues, the next phase of Disney’s plan has already been put in motion. Expected to launch late next year, the Disney streaming service will change the world of media streaming forever.

Speaking at the Code Media Conference, Kevin Mayer, the Chief Strategy Officer for Disney says the House of Mouse’s service is not intended to put Netflix out of business:

“I personally like Netflix. They’ve got a great product. They do exceedingly well in the marketplace. What we’re doing, we’re not trying to hurt or kill Netflix.”

RELATED: Multiple Star Wars TV Shows In Development For Disney Streaming Service

While Netflix’s original content alone is worth the subscription price, I would say that over half of their acquired content is simply just fodder, at least for me, excluding some of the bigger shows the offer. Take Disney on the other hand who will draw a large number subscribers from Star Wars and Marvel alone, and don’t forget about their animated classics, should they decide to put them on there (I’m guessing there will be some sort of revolving platform with the non-Pixar animated films). I don’t think Disney’s service will kill Netflix either, but they sure have acquired some great properties over the years, and the service will surely make its presence known.

Will you be subscribing to Disney’s streaming service when the time comes? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Source: Deadline

  • axebox

    This is a play on words. Disney is looking to take some of that Netflix pie. No doubt we will see erosion of Disney content on Netflix.

  • Kindofabigdeal

    They need Netflix to dish out their edgier TV shows. As long as all of the MCU and Star Wars remain streaming I will keep a Disney subscription for life.

  • KeroT

    Disney can give us the predictical brainless boring stuff, and Netflix and HBO can give us real and edgy entertainment for adults.