Disney+ Users are Thinking of Cancelling Their Subscription

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June 12, 2020  01:26 PM

 

 

Disney joined the streaming game when it launched Disney+ in November last year, and while the House of Mouse still has a long way to go before it reaches the same number of subscribers as Netflix, the company has been doing pretty well, gaining popularity thanks to its formidable library of content from Star Wars and Marvel.

However, now that COVID-19 has forced the entertainment industry to put a halt on the production of upcoming projects, Disney+ is left without any new content. Without anything new on the site, fans have begun wondering whether they should keep their subscription or whether they should begin cancelling and wait until Disney+ finally releases its original content.

Here are some of the posts that Disney+ users have been sharing on Twitter regarding plans to cancel their subscription:

 

 

Sure, Disney+ might have an impressive roster of films, series, and documentaries, luring in Star Wars and Marvel fans with its complete library, but the COVID-19 lockdown has given subscribers free time to go through everything they want to see in the streaming platform. A lot of Star Wars and Marvel fans have already reviewed the material offered on the site. Aside from Star Wars: The Mandalorian which premiered last year, there’s nothing really new for adult Star Wars and Marvel fans.

It makes sense that some want to leave Disney+ and wait until new content arrives.

Are you one of those fans? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below. The Skywalker saga is available for streaming on Disney+.

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