Disney CEO Bob Iger says that several of the studio's most famous franchises will be turned into TV series for Disney's new streaming service.
The upcoming shows include a live-action "Star Wars" series, a show based on the 2001 Pixar hit “Monsters, Inc,” and the Disney Channel's “High School Musical.”
Iger also said that original programming from other sources may also be licensed for the streaming service, which is set to be cheaper than Netflix's current cost of $11 a month.
Disney CEO Bob Iger reveals Star Wars, High School Musical, and Monsters, Inc. will all get series on new streaming ... - Daily Mail https://t.co/lunZmH08Lg— Ashley Tisdale News (@AshlTisdaleNews) November 10, 2017
Also Disney will have a Star Wars & Ew Marvel series on streaming service lol rip Other services— Arminies is Optimistically in (@Arminies) November 9, 2017