It’s official! Disney Plus will arrive in Latin America next November, and as we are so excited, we plan to anticipate a bit what you can expect from its launch in Mexico and other countries in South America.
As we told you hours ago, Disney Plus will be available for Mexico and Latin America from next November 17 And while content details are scant, we have our theories about programming that will be visible to all subscribers from that day on.
It is no secret to anyone that not all streaming platforms offer the same content in Latin America, as they do between the United States and Europe, for example. For the same reason, it is clear that the doubt about what will come to Disney Plus? is latent.
The most new
According to some reports, it is in the mouse company’s plans to have access to original subscribers already released as ‘The Mandalorian’, the live action series of ‘Star Wars’ that premiered on the same day as the launch of Disney Plus in the US, as well as the ‘Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian’ special, which featured behind-the-scenes details, interviews and previews on the second part of the hit series.
In the same way, ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ plans to be part of the programming available for Latin America. Continuing with the original and already released titles, we could see the live action of ‘Lady and the Tramp’, ‘Noelle’ –the Christmas comedy by Anna Kendrick– and ‘Togo’.
So far, the latest addition to the service, ‘Hamilton’, will also be available from November 17. Also, the serial version of ‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’, which, although it did not make as much noise as expected, had its moment on the platform.
Regarding the National Geographic titles, ‘The Right Stuff’ is expected to join the premieres that day as well. On the other hand, the six-episode documentary of the attractions of the Disney parks, ‘The Imaginnering Story’, will be available.
About the past
With regard to the Disney classics that will be part of the platform, it is expected that animated films such as ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’, ‘Beauty and the Beast’, ‘Pinocchio’, ‘Bambi’, ‘The Lion King’, ‘The Lady and the Tramp’, ‘Peter Pan’, ‘The Little Mermaid’, ‘Cinderella’ and others, will “premiere” in November.
As for the most recent live action adaptation of these classics, from ‘Aladdin’, ‘The Jungle Book’, ‘The Lion King’, ‘Beauty and the Beast’ and ‘Cinderella’ are part of the titles that we can see when we pay for the subscription, which, for now, has not been confirmed if it will continue at $ 6.99 a month or will change.
Although, for the moment, they remain speculations, it has also been “confirmed” that all the tapes distributed by Walt Disney Studios of Marvel Studios – which are part of the renowned MCU -, such as, for example, ‘Iron Man’ and ‘Avengers: Endgame ‘will be just one click away.
On the Lucasfilm side, the complete saga, from its first release in 1977 to 2019, will be available on the platform. This indicates that, from ‘A New Hope’ to the most current spin-offs such as ‘Rogue One’ and ‘Han Solo’, will arrive in Latin America in the exclusive service.
Like those, other cases that will “migrate” from Disney Channel, such as, ‘Hannah Montana’, ‘Zack and Cody: Twins in Action’, ‘Kim Possible’, ‘The House of Mickey Mouse’, ‘High School Musical’, ‘ Camp Rock ‘and’ Descendants’.
Finally, the new Marvel Studios live action stories such as ‘WandaVision’, ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ and ‘Loki’ are also up for release on Disney Plus Latin America. What is unknown is whether, indeed, they will be released for the same date as worldwide, or will arrive with a slight delay.