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Disney+ is coming later this year, and we can hardly contain ourselves

Disney+ is coming later this year, and we can hardly contain ourselves
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It's time to find those mouse ears! 

Your go-to Disney princess movies and Disney Channel Original Movies will soon be comfortably situated in one place. On Nov 12, the Disney+ streaming service will debut for $6.99 per month (or $69.99 a year), according to Vox. It'll be available on Roku, Xbox One, Apple TV and other devices, according to cnet.com.

Needless to say, we can't wait to have access to the most magical characters, series and films with the push of a button.

So what can viewers watch?

Following Disney's Apr 11 presentation, Vox further reports that a whopping 5,000 episodes of Disney Channel shows will be available on the service, in addition to exclusive Marvel favorites with a new twist on famous stories. 

Following the D23 Expo from Aug 23–25, Digital Trends noted the shows and movies hitting the streaming service, and the lineup is pretty impressive. Here are some cool titles we can expect:

The Mandalorian 

Obi-Wan Kenobi miniseries

WandaVision

Ms. Marvel 

She-Hulk 

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series

Lizzie McGuire 

Yes, that's correct: Hilary Duff will reprise her role as the beloved Lizzie, except the tween is now 30 years old and living in NYC, E! reports. Raise your hand if you're a millennial who cannot wait to catch up with your favorite childhood star!

Until November arrives, make sure to keep film buffs busy with the best kids movies 2019 has to offer!  

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