When Disney first announced plans聽to launch its聽own streaming service, all we knew was that their movies聽would no longer be available on聽Netflix, and that some original content was being planned for the new app. Now, more聽details are聽starting to come out, and we鈥檙e getting a better idea of when we can expect it and what it will offer, including the first list of new, original programming.

According to Deadline,聽the planned launch date for Disney鈥檚 streaming service is fall 2019. The first year will聽bring five new TV series, including a聽High School Musical聽series, a live-action Marvel show,聽an animated聽Monsters Inc.聽show,聽and a聽new Star Wars series.聽It sounds like聽they鈥檙e sparing no expense: With a potential budget cap of $100 million for a 10-episode series, we could be looking at聽some impressively high-budget stuff.

Four or five original feature-length films are also planned for year one.聽Deadline聽reports that Disney is prioritizing their remake聽of the 1987 classic聽3 Men and a Baby,聽as well as an intense-sounding live-action remake of the聽animated classic Sword and the Stone,聽directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Days Later) and written by Bryan Cogman (Game of Thrones). The children鈥檚 book聽Timmy Failure聽will also be adapted into a feature-length film, which so far has聽Spotlight聽director聽Tom McCarthy聽involved.

According to Deadline, several other projects are already in post-production and are expected to be among the first on the service, including Magic Camp聽and Noelle, starring Anna Kendrick, Bill Hader, and Shirley MacLaine.

Also rumored to be in the works: an adaptation of the classic Spanish novel聽Don Quixote聽and a live-action聽Lady and the Tramp聽remake, as well as聽The PaperMagician,Stargirl, and聽Togo.

If you can鈥檛 already tell, the aim of the Disney streaming service is to be family friendly. Per Deadline, any R-rated material will head to Hulu (which Disney now聽oversees as part of their purchase of 21st Century Fox). And there鈥檚 some good news for Netflix fans!聽Disney聽reportedly plans to聽leave their聽multiple聽current Marvel聽series right where they are.

What do you think of Disney鈥檚 new streaming service plans? Let us know @BritandCo!

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