Next month Disney's long-awaited streaming service, Disney +, finally arrives, and to get fans excited the company has released its full lineup for its debut binge weekend in November.
Taking to Twitter to make the announcement, Disney sent out over 300 tweets detailing every single television show and film coming to the network next month. Along with all our favourite Disney and Marvel films, such as animated classics Aladdin, Mulan and Frozen and comic book epics Iron Man, Avengers: Age Of Ultron and Ant-Man, the list of programs includes National Geographic shows, '90s cartoon favourites and a few obscure Disney flicks.
Some of the highlights include all 30 seasons of The Simpsons, every Star Wars film and TV series (including the forthcoming The Mandalorian), classic animated series such as Spider-Man, X-Men and Iron Man and all the Herbie films (personal favourites) being part of the initial lineup.
There are a few notable exceptions, with the blockbusters like Iron Man 2 and Spider-man: Homecoming unavailable due to the rights currently being owned by other streaming services. Disney hopes to buy all these back over the coming years, although I'm not sure it matters too much considering the amount of content they have at their disposal already.
Disney + launches on November 19 in Australia and you can find out more details at disney.com.au. Follow the entire release thread here and if you've got a spare three hours, check out the clip below featuring every film and tv show on Disney +.