Disney+ is shaping up to be quite the deal for fans of anything nebulously tied to the House of Mouse. We’ve already spoken about all the Marvel-related content, but there is a ton of stuff for Pixar diehards that could justify the annual fee on its own. The obvious start is that a Monster’s Inc. spin-off series is in the works, but that is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Disney+ perks.
All of the theatrical Pixar films will be available on Disney+ within the first year of launch. As well as that, every Pixar short film will be available when the service launches on November 12, 2019. If Toy Story is more your bag, you’ll have a mini-series based on the Toy Story 4 character Forky to look forward to, and a new series about the long lost Bo Peep that may fill in her whereabouts between Toy Story 3 and 4.
There’s no exact release date for the individual Pixar films, but I’d imagine Disney would mirror the original release schedule at a rapid pace. With Toy Story 4 hitting theaters this summer, it probably won’t find its way to Disney+ until 2020. That still isn’t so bad, considering it would have taken twice as long to hit Netflix.
Just keep streaming, streaming, streaming! ðŸŸ All @Pixar films will be available on #DisneyPlus the first year of launch.
— Disney (@Disney) April 11, 2019