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Walt Disney Company reveals new streaming service will launch in November

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The Walt Disney Company revealed Thursday that its new streaming service, Disney+, will launch in November.

The ad-free subscription streaming service will rival that of Netflix with a price of $6.99 per month.

The streaming service will feature some of Disney’s biggest franchises including “Star Wars” and Marvel Studios.

Disney said it will “likely” offer discounted bundles of its three streaming services: ESPN+, Hulu and Disney+.

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It all starts November 12.

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