Bad news – Disney has decided to terminate their channels (Disney Channel, Disney XD, Disney Junior and Go Disney) on Singtel and Starhub paid TV services.
Here’s the announcement from Disney Junior Asia.
It’s not all bad news though as Disney+ could be making its way to Singapore very soon.
What’s Disney+ again?
For those not familiar, Disney+ is a subscription-based streaming service owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company. Still confused? It’s like Netflix but with Disney content.
Not just Disney content, subscribers will also be able to view original films, documentaries and series from Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel and National Geographic (NatGeo) since they are owned by the same network company.
When is it coming?
There’s no clear date when Disney+ will show up in Singapore but chances are it will be really soon, especially since the aforementioned Disney channels have been removed from paid TV services here.
Elsewhere in Japan, Disney+ is slated to launch in the country on 11 June.
— Disney+ (@disneyplus) May 28, 2020