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Title: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Dave on August 30, 2019, 11:46 AM
Anybody going to pull the trigger on signing up early?  Looks like they've got a deal now where you can sign up for three years at 33% off.  That equates to about $4 a month or $141 for the three years.

I'm still a little torn on the timing for signing up as I'm not sure how much content out of the gate I'm going to care about.  I'm stoked about The Mandalorian, but I'm not sure there is going to be much else on day 1 that catches my interest.

I guess at $4 a month its not really that big of a deal even if its just to watch The Mandalorian until more Star Wars titles come available.  Looks like the new season of Clone Wars is coming February 2020, but the Obi-Wan and Cassian series don't appear likely to hit the streaming service until late 2020 or sometime in 2021.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Matt_Fury on August 30, 2019, 03:23 PM
The only early deal I have seen requires you to be a member of D23...which I am not.  Whenever a pre-order comes up, I'm in.  There's going to be a long list of other content that will be available in addition to Star Wars, so my kids (and I) will like it for that as well.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Dave on August 30, 2019, 03:44 PM
The only early deal I have seen requires you to be a member of D23...which I am not.  Whenever a pre-order comes up, I'm in.  There's going to be a long list of other content that will be available in addition to Star Wars, so my kids (and I) will like it for that as well.

You can be a "D23 General Member (https://d23.com/d23-membership/)" for free.  I did this and was able to get the deal without buying in to the club @ $100 or more a year.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Matt_Fury on August 30, 2019, 06:30 PM
Awesome!  Thanks!
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Jedi Idej on August 31, 2019, 02:13 PM
Even if I lose interest in their originals debuting on the service, Disney has such a massive library. And to be able to download them and watch whenever, wherever...?

If only they'll take my money. Right now my card isn't going through. I haven't been notified by my bank that there's a problem with the card, so maybe a lingering issue from when the D23 site was flooded with people signing up for the offer.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Jeff on September 3, 2019, 01:22 AM
I'm still a little torn on the timing for signing up as I'm not sure how much content out of the gate I'm going to care about.  I'm stoked about The Mandalorian, but I'm not sure there is going to be much else on day 1 that catches my interest.

We signed up for the D23 discount.  In addition to The Mandalorian, various members of my family are interested in the live-action Lady and the Tramp and basically the huge chunk of Disney back catalog that will be on demand at launch - animated features (many princess movies my daughter loves), the OT, the PT, Rogue One, TFA, Pixar stuff, and more.

We're dropping Netflix and picking up Disney+ in it's place (its mainly my kids who watch netflix anyway) so it's actually kind of a cost savings for us. 
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Chris M on September 3, 2019, 01:54 PM
I'm not sure if I'll sign up for the early bird stuff.  I'm focused on a new house right now.

That said, I have every intention of signing up.  There is enough Disney content between Star Wars, Marvel, and the Disney princesses to keep my family occupied.  I think it will be a well spend few bucks for the service.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Rob on September 3, 2019, 02:41 PM
I don't think outside of Star Wars there's going to be anything in there for me, so I'm planning on doing as little committing to it as possible.  I'll come and go as needed to watch SW content.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Matt_Fury on September 3, 2019, 03:49 PM
I don't think outside of Star Wars there's going to be anything in there for me, so I'm planning on doing as little committing to it as possible.  I'll come and go as needed to watch SW content.

You could also sail the high seas of the Internet in order to watch this show.  Not that I'm condoning that type of behavior!   :D
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Rob on September 3, 2019, 04:35 PM
I don't think outside of Star Wars there's going to be anything in there for me, so I'm planning on doing as little committing to it as possible.  I'll come and go as needed to watch SW content.

You could also sail the high seas of the Internet in order to watch this show.  Not that I'm condoning that type of behavior!   :D

This is true, but I'm generally at an age and place in life where for something like this I'd rather just install the app on the xbox and watch it nice and large on the TV instead of downloading movie files and figuring out how to stream those or watching them on the computer.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: JediJman on September 3, 2019, 10:34 PM
So, I have been trying to sign up for D23 for a few weeks now, but the site has been down.  Finally tried tonight and got through...only to find that the 3 year offer expired yesterday.  It sure feels like the volume of sign-ups was beyond expectations, so they took the D23 link down just long enough for the offer to expire.  Not cool with the shenanigans, Disney.   >:(
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: EdSolo on September 4, 2019, 06:50 AM
It was probably a one two punch.  I think the offer was through Labor Day.  However, once you signed up for D23, it said the link for the discount could take up to 24 hours to show up in the account.  I also got the cc decline when I first tried to sign up.  It is funny that many of my legit purchases trip the fraud alert, but several fraudulent charges in the past haven't tripped it.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Nicklab on September 4, 2019, 09:27 AM
I'm genuinely curious about what Star Wars titles are going to be available on Disney + when the platform launches.  All of the movies will be on there eventually.  But from what I understand there's an existing deal for TBS to have the television rights to most of the movies for some time which may prevent them from hitting Disney + immediately.

Is there a chance that Disney and Lucasfilm will put EVERYTHING up?  The original series that are in production are all a given since they're being produced specifically for this platform.  But will they also consider shows like the animated Ewoks and Droids series?  What about the Ewok adventure movies?  And the Clone Wars microseries?
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Dave on September 4, 2019, 09:47 AM
I read where Disney is going to put ALL movies up (except Song of the South since its racist).  I don't believe I've read anything specific about their giant library of older shows. 

In fact I'm not even 100% sure that Disney owns these and the Young Indy series as I think these were jointly developed with Lucasfilm and others.   I think some were co-owned by Fox, Cartoon Network, etc. so hopefully Disney has full rights now, but I'm not sure.  It'd be great if all those were available as well.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Jeff on September 4, 2019, 10:49 AM
I'm genuinely curious about what Star Wars titles are going to be available on Disney + when the platform launches.

According to D23 (https://d23.com/everything-you-need-to-know-to-be-a-disney-expert/), these will be available at launch.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
Star Wars: Attack of the Clones
Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith
Star Wars: A New Hope
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (movie)

Star Wars Rebels
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (series)
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Matt_Fury on September 4, 2019, 12:27 PM
All of which I have on disk.   :-\
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Nicklab on September 4, 2019, 12:55 PM
I'm genuinely curious about what Star Wars titles are going to be available on Disney + when the platform launches.

According to D23 (https://d23.com/everything-you-need-to-know-to-be-a-disney-expert/), these will be available at launch.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
Star Wars: Attack of the Clones
Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith
Star Wars: A New Hope
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (movie)

Star Wars Rebels
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (series)

Interesting.  I guess that TV rights arrangement has been ironed out in some way.  I know that Netflix still has Solo and The Last Jedi in rotation.  And Rogue One has been on TBS somewhat recently.  That might be one of the titles that is exclusively with one platform.

That still leaves some titles in limbo, like:

Droids (animated series)
Ewoks (animated series)
2 x Ewok TV movies (these originally ran on ABC which is now a Disney owned property)
Clone Wars (micro series)
Star Wars Resistance

....and dare I say, the Holiday Special
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Jeff on September 4, 2019, 01:15 PM
Disney said Resistance will head to Disney Plus after the second season is over.  The CW Micro Series is joint owned by LFL and Cartoon Network/WB I believe so that one would be trickier to get on Disney+. 

Solo and TLJ will be heading to Disney+ once their Netflix deal is up (2020).  TROS will head to Disney Plus after the home release (late Summer /early Fall 2020).

I read somewhere that TBS/Turner worked out a deal to extend ownership of TV rights in exchange for letting Disney stream the OT/PT.  So OT/PT will not be on Disney Channel/XD but they will be on Disney+.


As for the other old stuff (Droids animated, Ewoks animated, Ewoks movies), Disney has been quiet about those (and the Holiday Special and the unaltered OT cuts as well).
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Nicklab on September 4, 2019, 02:17 PM
That's both odd and interesting about the microseries.  The 2008 version of Clone Wars also started its run on the Cartoon Network, and the CW theatrical release was in conjunction with Warner Brothers.  But I guess in the newer version LFL must have wholly owned the show.

Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Matt_Fury on September 4, 2019, 02:19 PM
It wouldn't shock me that Lucas put some language in the deal with Disney that the Holday Special will never see the light of day.  Hell the youtube channel that had the Holiday Special up got hit with a copyright strike.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Jeff on September 4, 2019, 03:23 PM
That's both odd and interesting about the microseries.  The 2008 version of Clone Wars also started its run on the Cartoon Network, and the CW theatrical release was in conjunction with Warner Brothers.  But I guess in the newer version LFL must have wholly owned the show.

The Micro Series was produced by Tartakovsky via Cartoon Network Studios. LFL was a partner but CN actually produced the episodes.

The 2008 Clone Wars series was produced by Lucasfilm Animation/LFL Animation Singapore directly and then Cartoon Network bought the rights to air the show (Disney was the other bidder).  That is why when Disney bought Star Wars, the first thing they did was kill CW to hurt Cartoon Network and start work on Rebels to help Disney XD.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Jeff on October 14, 2019, 10:35 AM
Disney+ Publishes List of Everything They Will Have at Launch (https://www.polygon.com/2019/10/14/20913500/disney-plus-list-disney-movies-shows-launch-day)

Oh man, there are some really old, really obscure things in there that I can't wait to watch.  Stuff I haven't seen or thought about in like 30 years.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Diddly on October 14, 2019, 12:31 PM
I'm going to wait to sign up for the Disney+/Hulu/ESPN+ combo, but looks like that isn't available until launch date. I already pay for Hulu, so I'm hoping there will be an easy transition there.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Brian on October 14, 2019, 07:36 PM
Disney+ Publishes List of Everything They Will Have at Launch (https://www.polygon.com/2019/10/14/20913500/disney-plus-list-disney-movies-shows-launch-day)

Oh man, there are some really old, really obscure things in there that I can't wait to watch.  Stuff I haven't seen or thought about in like 30 years.

Same here, canít wait. All the animation as well. One movie that I remember really liking as a kid, but Iím afraid maybe wouldnít hold up, is Flight of the Navigator. I figured Disney would come out swinging, but this is even more than expected. As much as Iím excited for all it has, Iím already thinking about what other things Iím going to have to stop watching ;). Only so many hours in the day.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Phrubruh on October 16, 2019, 12:24 PM
I don't see anything on that list that I don't already have physical copies of or just don't care to watch.

Isn't one of the girls on Boy Meets World now a porn star? No not Topanga.  :o
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Dave on October 16, 2019, 01:04 PM
I'm looking forward to checking out all those old movies they used to show back in the 70s on The Wonderful World of Disney on Sunday nights.  Lots of nostalgia - curled up in front of the fireplace watching random Disney movies after watching football in the afternoon and playing football in the yard. 

I'm sure most will be near unwatchable today, but I'm still interested in trying a few out 40 years later.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Diddly on October 16, 2019, 09:27 PM
Isn't one of the girls on Boy Meets World now a porn star? No not Topanga.  :o

Maitland Ward
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Jesse James on October 16, 2019, 10:46 PM
Fuzzbucket looks nightmarish.  Trying to get that ET money?  I vaguely remember that show.

Having all of clone wars and rebels is probably enough for me beyond Mando and future stuff to justify the thing.  Thereís a whoooooooole lotta I donít care there though.  I canít say I was in much of a Disney household.  I havenít seen most of their films (my friends find that weird because theyíre huge Disney fans) and I guess we just werenít exposed much to Disney outside of two vacations.

I donít use any streaming service at all now, so this is all kind of foreign to me.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Chris M on November 12, 2019, 01:29 PM
Anybody streaming yet?  I've heard a lot of people are having trouble with some shows. 

I tried to check out The Mandalorian, but it wasn't letting me.  I had a buddy down that hall watching it during lunch and he screenshotted a pic for me.

So I just clicked the little magnifying glass, found The Black Hole, and started watching that.  I haven't seen it since I was a kid.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Matt_Fury on November 12, 2019, 01:44 PM
I've read reports about Servers not being able to handle the demand.  Typical for the opening of a new internet service.  I hope they get it resolved soon.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Rob on November 12, 2019, 02:28 PM
I downloaded it this morning and set it up... going to try to watch Mandalorian tonight.  Fingers crossed.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Muftak on November 12, 2019, 03:30 PM
Anybody streaming yet?  I've heard a lot of people are having trouble with some shows. 

I tried to check out The Mandalorian, but it wasn't letting me.  I had a buddy down that hall watching it during lunch and he screenshotted a pic for me.

So I just clicked the little magnifying glass, found The Black Hole, and started watching that.  I haven't seen it since I was a kid.

After a half hour of false starts I was finally able to get in to see the Mandalorian around 9:30 this morning. Poking around just now it seems like everything is up and running.

Love "The Black Hole" RIP Robert Forster!
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Matt_Fury on November 12, 2019, 11:00 PM
Once I got home from work, I loaded the app on my LG smart TV, my Roku as well as my phone and iPad.  Everything is working just fine!
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: EdSolo on November 13, 2019, 06:57 AM
It took 15-30 minutes for the Mandalorian episode to show up through the roku I just had to buy since my TV is from 2015...I'm not giving up my 3D TV.  Not sure why there was a delay since I could play the episode on my laptop as soon as I logged in.  Other content was ready to play on the roku as well.  After Mandalorian, I watch a episode of Spiderman and His Amazing Friends as well as the old X-Men cartoon.  Pretty nice service so far.  I also watched the cantina scene in ANH just to see what had changed this time.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Dave on November 13, 2019, 09:16 AM
It was really buggy in the morning, but I was glad to see by evening everything seemed to be working smoothly.  I streamed a couple episodes of The Resistance while working out and then settled in for the premier of The Mandalorian.  I use a Google Chromecast on my TVs and it all worked perfectly.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Rob on November 13, 2019, 10:45 AM
I managed to play the episode without any glitches or issues. 

Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Matt_Fury on November 13, 2019, 03:18 PM
After watching The Madalorian, I took some time to scroll through what content is available.  There's a ton of cool stuff!  Lots of great Star Wars movies and shows, plenty of older Disney content and some great stuff from National Geographic.


I'm loving it!
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Jesse James on November 13, 2019, 06:24 PM
I have had zero issue so far on my phone or laptop.  Iíve been on since day one and even walked away from some things for a few hours, came back and they were still ready to go.  Not even slow or anything, it all seems to load and run fine for me and at various times of day.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: JediJman on November 13, 2019, 09:33 PM
Worked perfectly for me.  Quick install and all the content was there right away yesterday morning.  ;D
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Nicklab on November 14, 2019, 07:03 AM
I haven't had any issues watching anything so far in terms of server issues.  And my girl just loves some of the Disney princess content, so it's win-win in terms of us enjoying the titles they have.

I only have a single gripe, and that's about the interface.  On day one I sat down to watch The Mandalorian.  I was able to get through about 90% of the episode, but then I had to get out of the house to do something, and I shut down my smart TV.  I thought that I'd be able to just pick up where I left off in the episode, just like Netflix.  But no.  I couldn't find an option to pick up where I had left off on the previous viewing (Netflix and Amazon Prime have that option).  It's a picking point, and I hope Disney+ can address that.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Dave on November 14, 2019, 08:57 AM
I haven't had any issues watching anything so far in terms of server issues.  And my girl just loves some of the Disney princess content, so it's win-win in terms of us enjoying the titles they have.

I only have a single gripe, and that's about the interface.  On day one I sat down to watch The Mandalorian.  I was able to get through about 90% of the episode, but then I had to get out of the house to do something, and I shut down my smart TV.  I thought that I'd be able to just pick up where I left off in the episode, just like Netflix.  But no.  I couldn't find an option to pick up where I had left off on the previous viewing (Netflix and Amazon Prime have that option).  It's a picking point, and I hope Disney+ can address that.

Weird, I was able to pick up a day later on a Resistance episode I was watching, and it was on a different device.

I do agree that the UI is a bit wonky in some places. Finding content outside their main categories isn't intuitive.   If you search for stuff you can find it, but it would be nice if there were an easier way to browse their catalog.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Muftak on November 14, 2019, 10:14 AM
Agreed. The search function brings up categories, not an alphanumeric search as one would hope. I have found everything I was looking for eventually and made sure to put it all in my watchlist, except for the Toy Story TV Specials my son loves (Toy Story That Time Forgot and Toy Story of Terror) which I am assuming at this point are tied up on someone else's service for the time being. I even found that old "Mickey Donald and Goofy as Ghostbusters" I had on my Kenner Movie Viewer as a kid: amazing to see it with sound, Goofy even says "I ain't afraid of no ghosts" 50 years before Ray Parker Jr. did!

I have had the choice to "resume" or "restart" since launch, my app is through Roku. Maybe that's the difference?

Once I made it through the first 3 hours of the launch, there have been no streaming bugs on either TV I've used. One TV insisted on playing with German subtitles the first day, then switched to no subtitles for Wednesday morning before correcting itself (our default mode is watching with captions on because I have terrible upper-band hearing from rockin' in the 90's and it helps the kids to subconsciously read while watching.)

Between me and the boys, we have already gotten our money's worth out of the service.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Nicklab on November 14, 2019, 11:08 AM
I haven't had any issues watching anything so far in terms of server issues.  And my girl just loves some of the Disney princess content, so it's win-win in terms of us enjoying the titles they have.

I only have a single gripe, and that's about the interface.  On day one I sat down to watch The Mandalorian.  I was able to get through about 90% of the episode, but then I had to get out of the house to do something, and I shut down my smart TV.  I thought that I'd be able to just pick up where I left off in the episode, just like Netflix.  But no.  I couldn't find an option to pick up where I had left off on the previous viewing (Netflix and Amazon Prime have that option).  It's a picking point, and I hope Disney+ can address that.

Weird, I was able to pick up a day later on a Resistance episode I was watching, and it was on a different device.

I do agree that the UI is a bit wonky in some places. Finding content outside their main categories isn't intuitive.   If you search for stuff you can find it, but it would be nice if there were an easier way to browse their catalog.

Hmmm.  It sounds like that might be an issue with the app for Samsung smart tv's.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Chris M on November 14, 2019, 01:19 PM
I thought that I'd be able to just pick up where I left off in the episode, just like Netflix.  But no.  I couldn't find an option to pick up where I had left off on the previous viewing (Netflix and Amazon Prime have that option).  It's a picking point, and I hope Disney+ can address that.

This is the same thing I experienced.  I was watching from my phone, and while I could find search the show and it would pick up where I left off (Mandalorian, and 2012 Avengers), I had to search the show and their wasn't the Netflix type option of continuing the show where I left off.  I think Disney will fix that though.  I'm not a software guy, but I can't imagine that being a real big deal.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Matt_Fury on November 14, 2019, 01:30 PM
I haven't had any issues watching anything so far in terms of server issues.  And my girl just loves some of the Disney princess content, so it's win-win in terms of us enjoying the titles they have.

I only have a single gripe, and that's about the interface.  On day one I sat down to watch The Mandalorian.  I was able to get through about 90% of the episode, but then I had to get out of the house to do something, and I shut down my smart TV.  I thought that I'd be able to just pick up where I left off in the episode, just like Netflix.  But no.  I couldn't find an option to pick up where I had left off on the previous viewing (Netflix and Amazon Prime have that option).  It's a picking point, and I hope Disney+ can address that.

Weird, I was able to pick up a day later on a Resistance episode I was watching, and it was on a different device.

I do agree that the UI is a bit wonky in some places. Finding content outside their main categories isn't intuitive.   If you search for stuff you can find it, but it would be nice if there were an easier way to browse their catalog.

Looking for stuff depends on what version of the app you are using.  On my iPhone/iPad, I can find a section that lists all of a category (Movies/TV) A-Z, whereas on my LG Smart TV, I cannot find that feature.  Curious if android users have noticed anything similar.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: CorranHorn on November 14, 2019, 10:23 PM
I see people mentioning that you are unable to resume a video from where you left off. What about a series? I am running Disney+ on my Roku and watching Mickey Mouse Clubhouse with my kids and when I turned off the app for the day, the next day I come back and it doesnít remember which episode we left off at like Netflix does. Anyone experiencing this?
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Matt_Fury on November 15, 2019, 09:59 AM
We had a similar experience with Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends.  Luckily, we had only watched one episode.

I'm sure this will be fixed in an update soon.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Nicklab on November 15, 2019, 11:18 AM
I started watching Rebels season 1 and it was the same deal - unable to resume a video from the last point where it was viewed.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: CorranHorn on November 15, 2019, 09:27 PM
Iím glad I am not the only one having this issue. I reported it thru their support system and I am sure it will eventually get fixed. But that seems to be a standard function that should be working on Day 1, doesnít it?
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Jesse James on November 15, 2019, 09:38 PM
Hopped on my gfs TV, an LG, and it was already there!  Nice surprise.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Matt_Fury on November 15, 2019, 11:44 PM
There was an IOS update and now whenever I start watching and change devices it's right where I paused it.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Angry Ewok on November 17, 2019, 04:48 PM
D+ is remembering my spot on an episode, but not remembering what episode I left off on in the series. So my binge rewatching of Clone Wars is on hold for the time being.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Nicklab on November 18, 2019, 07:17 AM
There was an IOS update and now whenever I start watching and change devices it's right where I paused it.

I might start using the Disney+ app on my iPad and mirror it onto my Samsung just because of the U/I issues.
Title: Re: Disney+ Streaming Service
Post by: Nicklab on November 20, 2019, 10:49 AM
Well, that was quick:

So, your Disney+ account was hacked. Here's what to do (https://www.cnn.com/2019/11/19/tech/disney-plus-password-account-hacked-trnd/index.html)