Disney+ has added hundreds of hours of new films and TV shows today.
If you’re not a fan of Marvel, Pixar or Disney’s classic animated movies, the streaming service has got your needs covered through Star, a new section aimed at grown-ups.
The content comes from Disney Television Studios, FX, 20th Century Fox and 20th Television with favourites such as Atlanta, 24, How I Met Your Mother, Lost and Desperate Housewives.
Movie fans are also catered for with a mixture of classics and newer releases, with selections ranging from Independence Day to The Favourite.
The update includes new original shows, such as Big Sky, a detective drama from the people who brought you Big Little Lies and The Undoing, plus Marvel’s supernatural horror series Helstrom, and Love, Victor, a spinoff of the LGBT+ movie Love, Simon.
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The new addition to the platform is being launched simultaneously across Europe, Canada and New Zealand and is being seen as a substitute for Hulu, another Disney-owned service, only available in the US.