Really? In this discussion? It's actually nearer 5 months, but regardless I don't think anyone here has foot stomped, or complained.Was somewhat disappointed, but not surprised, to see a lot of the initial responses being basically foot stomping "I want it now!" complaints.
You do realise that spoilers for The Mandalorian are going to be all over the net and it’ll be pretty much ruined by the time we get to see it?Price is certainly going to be interesting, as much as I'd like to believe it'll be £6.99 wouldn't be at all surprised to see it closer to £10. Not that it matters, this is a must get for me considering the frankly ridiculous content library. Was thinking about it the other day and between this and Now TV Entertainment that pretty much covers everything I really want to watch for less than £15 a month which isn't bad at all.
Was somewhat disappointed, but not surprised, to see a lot of the initial responses being basically foot stomping "I want it now!" complaints. Four months doesn't seem to bad IMO, especially as it should hopefully mean they have time to work out any kinks that may arise.
Sorry, should have been clearer. Initial discussion on social media. I know, I know, not exactly a safehaven for measured discussion but even by normal standards this was a wee bit OTT.Really? In this discussion? It's actually nearer 5 months, but regardless I don't think anyone here has foot stomped, or complained.
Most of their content is tied up with licensing agreements so if they released it next week there would hardly be anything on it. Although that didn't stop Apple so I suppose they could have done. I would have paid for The Mandalorian alone to be honest.I really want to get this service and I’m happy to pay for it.
If I can’t watch the mandalorian until every us podcast has discussed the details for months, then i observe that utorrent is a thing.
The Dutch get it next week, why not the UK?
It's because of the deal that Sky TV has across various European countries to show Disney content up until March 2020. No Sky in The Netherlands.The Dutch get it next week, why not the UK?
So does that mean no Disney content available to buy, whether on disc or digitally, or does it just apply to tv?If Sky offers the same content some would not bother with Disney+ It has been widely reported that the reason we are getting a later start date is because of the contracts Sky has to show Disney's films and tv. Once the contracts expire March 2020 Disney will have the content back and can start screening shows on a worldwide basis (once all territories catch up with there rights issues) This is what has happened in the USA and Canada. Disney want the only place you can see disney content is on the streaming service.
From what I have read I believe they will be supporting all resolutions up to 4K, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos for supporting devices, no idea how much of the actual content will be shown in said formats though and all for the same price, unlike say Netflix.In some ways I welcome this change as I don't have to give Sky money and the content can be streamed (presumably) at a much better quality than Sky