Disney+ Will Be Packaged With Hulu And ESPN+ For Only $12.99 Per Month

The streaming market is about to get competitive. Netflix has basically owned the medium since it started streaming content in 2010, but it looks like Disney+ is about to shake things up.

On its own, Disney+ will be available at $6.99 a month.

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That competitively low price will be a huge draw given its promised huge library that stands to only get bigger as Netflix's library shrinks.

Within the first year, Disney+ will offer 400 movies and 7500 TV episodes.

This of course includes the complete Marvel, Pixar, and Lucasfilm archives, all of Disney's classic animated films, and the first 30 seasons of The Simpsons. A streaming service that'll let me flip between Emperor's New Groove and Treehouse of Horror? PLEASE take my money.

The more adult-oriented shows and movies will go to Hulu.

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Hulu will have American Horror Story, The Americans, The Handmaid's Tale, and Shrill, on top of its existing library. This makes the bundle an incredibly competitive deal considering Netflix's subscription on its own is the same price.

ESPN+ will carry hundreds of sporting events.

MLB, NHL, and MLS games will be available on the platform, as well as tennis, boxing, PGA tour golf, and college sports. This bundle really has something for everyone — and Netflix should be worried. For the first time ever Netflix's subscriber count in America has gone down, and they might risk losing even more to this new deal.

Are you going swap out for the Disney+ bundle or are you willing to pay for them both?

h/t: Consequence of Sound