It's been nearly two years since Disney announced it was leaving Netflix to start its own Disney-branded streaming video services, and now we know what will be on it, and how much it will cost.
The service is called Disney+ and will cost $6.99 per month, or almost $70 a year, and it launches on November 12, 2019.
For a lot of parents who've already included a $12.99 Netflix subscription in the household budget, this means you might have to make a choice between the next season of Stranger Things and the forthcoming Frozen 2.
The Frozen sequel isn't the only anticipated kids' movie that will hit the Disney stream in 2019: It seems the live-action Lion King and Dumbo sequels won't end up on Netflix, and neither will Star Wars Episode VIII or Toy Story 4.
As Engadget reports, the streaming service will be home to the Marvel cinematic universe and will be streaming the new Capital Marvel movie (it's so good!) from day one. The Simpsons will also be on Disney+, as will all the Pixar and Star Wars stuff,
It's not great news for Netflix-loving households. But if you always wished you had access to the Disney vault, the new streaming service could be a good fit for you.
Back when the news of Disney's plan to break into streaming broke in 2017, a lot of parents worried about the additional cost of yet another digital media subscription.
One Twitter user summed the social media reaction best, saying, “If I'm expected to pay for another streaming service, every single Disney movie better [be] on it!"
Well, we've got good news, mama. The Washington Post reports the vault will open on the streaming service.
Looks like we have some tough choices to make.
[A version of this post was originally published August 9, 2017. It has been updated.]