Disney teases One Day at Disney documentary series and book

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The spectacular collectible book and documentary shines a dazzling light on the creative forces in front of the cameras and behind the scenes at The Walt Disney Company. On December 3, the same day the book arrives in stores, Disney+ will debut it’s new, 52-episode short-form series One Day at Disney, launching with a feature-length documentary. This exciting new series takes an in-depth look at the unique and surprising roles these men and women call their daily jobs. The series and documentary are from Endeavor Content’s Non-Scripted Division and executive produced by Michael Antinoro and David Chamberlin and produced by Victoria Chamlee.

Disney+ will be the ultimate streaming destination for entertainment from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic. Disney+ will launch in the U.S. on November 12, 2019 for $6.99 per month. The service will be available on a wide range of mobile and connected devices, including gaming consoles, streaming media players, and smart TVs.

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Broadway nerd in me excited to see Caissie Levy and Patti Murin from Frozen. They elevate that story to a completely new place.


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Also, The World According to Jeff Goldblum. I don't even know what it's about, and I know it will be amazing.


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It looks brilliant, whatever it is. He's doing a show in Dallas next month, but playing an outdoor venue. I just can't bring myself to spend that kind of money knowing that there's a decent chance of sweating to death.

I was a little disappointed to hear that Disney+ won't be available on any of the Amazon devices to start with since that's all I have right now. I know I can pick up a Roku stick or a Chromecast pretty cheap, but I would like to not have to do that.


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Really? That's pretty weird. They need that app everywhere.


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I am very excited for Disney+. At $6.99, who wouldn't want to try it? As an easy add-on to my Hulu account, there's going to be no hassle getting it.

And the programming that they have already announced makes it even more appealing. New Marvel and Star Wars series. New movies like Lady and the Tramp. Bringing back old Disney Chanel series like Lizzie McGuire. Every Disney animated movie and every Marvel movie! ...And now this documentary that appeals to the Disney park fans. It's going to be huge.

The price is so cheap that I'm sue a lot of people will keep their Netflix, but it looks like Netflix could lose a lot of subscribers in the near future. They might be in trouble. The competition is going to be fierce with a lot of upcoming new services.

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LostKause said:

I am very excited for Disney+. At $6.99, who wouldn't want to try it? As an easy add-on to my Hulu account, there's going to be no hassle getting it.

$12.99/mo to get Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+. That's what we're going for, probably dropping Netflix in the process.

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I think I came up with "under $20," because i have the $4 no commercial add-on.

(Queue discussions about paying for Front-of-the-line access.)


Jeff said:

Really? That's pretty weird. They need that app everywhere.

Yeah, I don't understand why they wouldn't work something out and many of the articles I've read place the blame on Amazon.


I don't know if this issue is a fault of Disney, Amazon, or a combination of both. According to some reports (this one from Gizmodo gives other examples), it appears Amazon is the one to blame.

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Wouldn't surprise me. They blamed the problem with the YouTube on Google, but it wasn't really.


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