Disney + Arrives in Greece on June 14

ATHENS – Disney +, the streaming service of The Walt Disney Company, confirmed the dates of its official launch in 42 countries and 11 new regions this summer.

The streaming service will be available in Greece on June 14. The cost of the subscription for Greece was also announced, which is set at € 8.99 for a monthly subscription or € 89.90 for an annual subscription.

With exclusive, original content, thousands of Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic titles, and general entertainment content, with the latest productions from 20th Century Studios, Disney Television Studios, FX and Searchlight Pictures, Disney + is the ultimate streaming destination for some of the world’s most beloved stories.

Disney+, the streaming service, will be available in Greece on June 14 with Cruella, starring Emma Stone, among the family-friendly films to watch. Photo: Courtesy of the Walt Disney Company Greece Press Office

Subscribers will have access to the famous Star Wars series, The Book of Boba Fett, and The Mandalorian by creator and executive producer Jon Favreau. In addition, the Marvel Studios series Moon Knight will be available, starring Oscar Isaac as Steven Grant, a quiet gift shop clerk who is confronted with psychological blackouts and memories of another life, as well as the Oscar-nominated film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

Subscribers will also be able to enjoy the Oscar-nominated film Luka by Disney and Pixar, the Oscar-winning Encanto by Walt Disney Animation Studios, which tells the story of a special family, the Madrigals, as well as the Oscar-winning Cruella, starring Emma Stone as the legendary Cruella de Vil.

Disney+, the streaming service, will be available in Greece on June 14 with Encanto among the family-friendly animated films to watch. Photo: Courtesy of the Walt Disney Company Greece Press Office

Subscribers will also be able to watch general entertainment titles, such as the action-packed and Oscar-nominated comedy Free Guy starring Ryan Reynolds, The Simpsons, and Grey’s Anatomy, as well as The World According to Jeff Goldblum by National Geographic, with Jeff taking us on a fun, insightful journey. Each episode of the series unfolds the thread of a familiar object, to reveal a world of amazing connections, fascinating science and history.

Users will have access to a high quality, viewing experience, streaming for up to four devices simultaneously, unlimited downloads for up to ten devices, IMAX display quality for selected titles and the ability to create up to seven different profiles, including the ability for parents to create Child Profiles that have easy browsing and a child-friendly environment, to access content suitable for their age.

For more information, visit https://www.disneyplus.com/.


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