Disney+ is the new, big deal to stream

Katelyn Eddington

Disney+ has become the superior streaming service.  

I love Netflix, Prime and Hulu, but Disney+ has everything.  

Disney+ lets you log in and choose an avatar from every single character from every single Disney movie.  

Then you get all of the Marvel, Star Wars, Disney, Disney Channel and Pixar there ever was.  

I don’t know why but this streaming service seems to be a lot more organized than the others.  

Which, Netflix is organized as well, but this one, you can see all the genres, and companies, and select specifically what you want.  

If you want Star Wars all you have to do is select the Star Wars logo and everything pops up.  

I didn’t expect anything less or more, but this streaming service goes above and beyond.  

They have shown in movies from my childhood such as: Kim Possible, Lizzie Mcguire, Halloweentown, and High School Musical.  

Speaking of High School Musical, did anybody realize they made a series?  

Because it is on Disney+.  

I have not watched it yet and honestly; I do not know if I want to watch it.  

The plot of the show is kids at East High put on the Broadway production of High School Musical.  

I think they should just leave H.S.M. alone. 

Who knows maybe I will give it a chance.  

They also have the live action remake of Lady and the Tramp and it is amazing.  

The remake was spot on with the animated film, it turned out gorgeous, and who can forget the iconic spaghetti dinner scene.   

Moving on to the Marvel section of Disney+, Marvel has released everything in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and their animated universe.  

Yes, even Avengers: Endgame is on there.  

So, watchers can now watch the MCU in chronological order.  

Disney+ also broke records when it launched.  

Now, some people do not like Disney as a company, but the content they put out is amazing.  

The only complaint is they keep reviving stuff that should be left alone.  

The Lady and The Tramp remake was unnecessary and not needed, but it still turned out wonderfully.  

I feel like in this day in age everybody sticks to streaming, and if you’re a fan of anything Disney, I highly recommend the Disney+ streaming service.  

Plus, Netflix, no longer has any Disney movies on the service, all things Disney is now on Disney+ streaming.  

Disney entered the streaming service late in the game, but I think it was worth the wait.

Katelyn Eddington is a senior journalism major. She can be reached at 581-2812 or at [email protected].