Disney has really been utilizing the power of social media in promoting Disney+ and all the content coming on the platform. Back in August, the company released posters to five of their original shows right before the Disney Expo. In addition to dolling out hoards of information at the event, they drew further hype at the event by subsequently releasing trailers to The Mandalorian, Noelle and The Lady and The Tramp.
Staying true to form, Disney has once again taken to YouTube to promote their streaming service. The company released a three-hour video featuring clips of every single show coming to Disney+ on Nov. 12. Everything from their library content all the way to their newer shows was listed in chronological order—dating way back to 1937.
Disney+ will launch on Nov. 12 at $6.99 per month, or $70 per year ($5.83/month). The first year will include 25 new original series, 10+ movies, 7,500 past episodes, 100 recent movies, and 400 library titles. By 2024, the company expects to have 50+ new original series, 10+ movies, ~10,000 past episodes, 120+ recent movies, and 500+ library titles.