A few weeks ago, the Disney Plus subscription service announced its new premium channels and premium pricing.
Now, the service is rolling out its new channels to more customers, including some who have been waiting a while.
In a blog post, Disney added that the company will be offering two premium channels: Disney Plus Premium channels, which are now being added to the service, and Disney Plus Plus Premium Premium Movies and TV shows, which will be added to all Disney+ subscribers in the next few weeks.
Both channels will be available for $7.99 per month, which is more than twice the current rate.
Both Disney Plus channels and Disney+ premium channels will also be available to subscribers with existing Disney+ subscription plans.
Disney Plus Movies and shows will also feature Disney+ exclusives, including the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie and the upcoming Marvel Studios Avengers: Infinity War movie.
Both will be delivered over-the-top, which means you’ll be able to watch them in your browser or on the Disney+ app.
In addition, Disney Plus movies and TV show content will also come with additional features.
You’ll be offered the ability to view all Disney Plus content with one click, as well as the ability purchase additional content to watch in a later subscription period.
The Disney Plus service will also offer the ability for customers to create their own personalized Disney+ experience, including personalized content for each movie and TV series, and the ability, Disney says, to earn Disney+ points to use toward a subscription.
The new Disney Plus channel offerings are a significant step forward for Disney, which has long struggled to make its subscription service appealing to new subscribers.
While the company has been rolling out new channels over the past few years, the original Disney+ channels and content have largely been limited to a select few channels, including ESPN, ESPN2, Disney Junior, and ESPN3.
In May, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that Disney Plus would be getting new channels that would let subscribers watch live events, including sports, live events on demand, and even live events and shows on-demand.
But those channels have mostly been restricted to sports channels, and while the new Disney+ channel offerings will give subscribers the ability access to the full Disney+ library, Disney still hasn’t rolled out any of the Disneyplus channels.
For those who are still waiting for a new Disneyplus channel, Disney offered a few other new channels earlier this month, including:Disney+ Movies and Shows, which was supposed to debut later this month.
That channel, which offers original shows, movies, and TV episodes from the Disney archives, will be a new addition to Disney Plus.
The Disney Plus TV shows will come later this year.
Disney+ TV shows are still limited to Disney+ content, which isn’t surprising, given that the Disney TV service is currently limited to shows produced by Disney.
Disney TV shows have traditionally been restricted, and as of now, DisneyTV has no plans to add new shows.
The $7 a month subscription fee will be waived for those with existing subscriptions to Disney+, which means those who already have Disney+ will be able sign up for a free Disney Plus trial.