While we’ve known for a while that Disney Plus will be launching in the US on November 12, the Walt Disney Company’s new platform has been rather vague about its international rollout. All we knew was that Disney+ would expand to “major markets” within two years of its launch.
But, when you wish upon a star, dreams come true, because Disney has revealed that the platform will launch in Australia and New Zealand on November 19, only a week after the US launch.
Until then, Aussie streaming service Stan will continue to be the home of Disney, with the Nine Entertainment Co-owned platform having signed a short-term deal in 2018. It's still un…
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