Sony To Make ‘Disney +’ Available To Its BRAVIA Android TV Users

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Today marks the launch of Disney +, the new Netflix-esque media streaming subscription-based service. It will provide subscribers with exclusive original content ranging from films, series and documentaries from Disney, Marvel, Pixar, National Geographic and the Star Wars franchise.

Also announced today is the addition of Disney + to all Sony BRAVIA Android TVs, where Australian customers can instantly sign up and benefit from 600 movies and 7000 TV shows upon its release. Some of the content includes all the Star Wars movies to date, classics from Disney Channel like Hannah Montana, Camp Rock and the High-School Musical trio; Disney Originals including: The Mandalorian, Lady and the Tramp; the entire Marvel universe, and Pixar classics such as Toy Story and The Incredibles.

we are thrilled to have partnered with Disney to open up an even bigger world of entertainment. Launching with exciting titles such as ‘The Mandalorian’, we believe the streaming service will be hugely popular with our customers.” said Aki Hosoda, Head of TV, Sony ANZ

Sony BRAVIA Android TV customers can sign up now for $8.99 per month or $89.99 per year here, and begin streaming instantly.

Emeric Brard

Written by Emeric Brard


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  1. I thought this was just a feature that was available with “real” TVs, where they could see the live stream of what your car looks likely. For example, you could watch the TV show you want if your car doesn’t turn around for an hour or two, with the “live streaming of TV series” option for streaming it. But I don’t think this has been a very popular feature, and if it did, it wouldn’t have a huge impact on the average consumer like TV users like me, except maybe by having something like this available for more people like us, who are pretty disappointed. I hope it can also have on my <a href=” “> JioTV apps </a> .

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