Netflix’s worst nightmare

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Netflix’s worst nightmare

This is Mandalorian, and his only job is to keep us Star Wars fans happy.
photo provided by engadget.com

This is Mandalorian, and his only job is to keep us Star Wars fans happy. photo provided by engadget.com

This is Mandalorian, and his only job is to keep us Star Wars fans happy. photo provided by engadget.com

This is Mandalorian, and his only job is to keep us Star Wars fans happy. photo provided by engadget.com

Tiaran Vokes

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Every year Disney hosts the largest Disney fan event in the world, D23 Expo. D23 Expo announces all the newest things coming up in the future years. The most talked about topic this year was Disney+, which is a streaming service that will have series and films from companies such as Marvel, Star Wars, and Pixar. At the expo Disney announced many new series coming to their streaming service, but there’s a catch. Most of the titles they announced won’t be available when Disney+ launches on November 12; users will have to wait until most likely 2022 to watch the titles Disney has announced. But that shouldn’t stop someone from purchasing a membership that will start with a low-price tag of just $6.99 per month. And if you weren’t sold on the low price, maybe the new shows coming soon will.

For die-hard Marvel fans Disney has announced multiple series to eventually premiere on Disney+. We’ll get to see Falcon and Bucky do some karate side by side in their own series called Falcon and the Winter Soldier. We’ll be able to see Wanda and Vision back together again in their own show WandaVision, and after believing that we would never seen Loki again after watching him be strangled by the mad titan Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War, we are relieved to hear there will be a series dedicated to just Loki. The series will pick up from the scene in Avengers: Endgame where the 2012 Loki escaped with the tesseract. We also will be getting a Hawkeye series and an animated series called What If…?. If you thought that was all, you might want to sit down now then, because we are also getting a Moon Knight series, a Ms. Marvel series, and a She-Hulk series! Keep in mind these shows won’t start appearing until 2020-2021. Also, these shows were all freshly announced, and we have not received any more details on these ongoing projects. All we know is who the main characters will be.

For Star Wars fans, when Disney+ launches we will have access to the first live-action Star Wars series called The Mandalorian, which isn’t much, but it’s something.

And for people who appreciate anything Disney, there will be a High School Musical TV show titled High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. We will be getting another Phineas and Ferb movie titled Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Candace Against the Universe.  And another movie coming to Disney+ will be a live-action remake of Lady and the Tramp, how exciting? Last but not least we are freaking out over the fact that we will be getting a reboot of Lizzie McGuire with Hilary Duff reprising her role. November 12 can’t come fast enough.

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