No R-Rated Content for Family friendly Disney+

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Folks sure are anxiously awaiting the new Disney Plus Streaming Service that is slated for November 12th this year. During the D23 Expo in California this past week a lot more details came to fruition. One mentionable detail is that there will be no R-Rating content on the Disney+ Streaming Service. It will be a family-oriented app, with great content the entire family can enjoy. All of the movies and series will have a rating of PG-13 or under.

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What does this mean for movies such as “Deadpool”? It along with many other Fox-owned movies or Series with R-ratings will not be a part of Disney+. Others such as “Princess Bride” and shows such as “The Simpsons” will be available on the app. It is set to have tons of Disney classics, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic offerings. Don’t worry grownup, some new things to get excited about would be the new “Star Wars” series The Mandalorian and the Ewan McGregor lead Obi-Wan Kenobi Star Wars Series that will be on the app. The Loki Series and The Falcon and the Winter Solider Series sound amazing. Between the StarWars and Marvel content, I am totally fangirling right now! It’s ok I know I am not alone.   Also the new Christmas Movie “Noelle” and “Lady and The Tramp” , which will be featured on the streaming service are sure to draw a lot of attention. The question will be what to watch first?! The options seem endless!

Important details you should know about the new service are that it will be 4k Ultra HD viewing. There will be unlimited downloading and re-downloading on up to 10 devices. You can simultaneously stream on four devices, and it will be commercial-free content. This app is a game-changer! Sign me up! For more info on Disney+ follow Chip and Company.

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Jenna-lee Languirand