Disney is all set to mush you in your childhood memories and give you even more with its new releases on its Disney Plus channel. Disney revealed its list of long-forgotten classic movies in a chronological order starting from 1937’s starting with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs on twitter and promising to the viewers on what’s more to expect and come. It also has epic classics like Johnny Tsunami and Emil and the Detectives on Roku com link. The best part is that the channel is widely supported by all major streaming devices including Roku TV.
You get to binge-watch all the movies that you have grown up watching as a child, The Lion King, Mulan, Toy Story, Johnny Tsunami, Spider-Man and X-men to name a few. This seems like a very sweet deal at $7 a month or if you can pay for a year in advance you will get the subscription at just $70. If you are an avid Avenger fan you will get to watch Marvel movies too. You get to enjoy the fascinating CGI shows The Clone Wars and Rebels.
The channel is set to launch a big-budget, live-action series, The Mandalorian, which will be a Star Wars spinoff. If you don’t feel this is enough for you to prove you need Disney Plus on your Roku TV, then you can watch the 3-hour long video that Disney tweeted to give its audience a special look at the video clips from all the shows and movies.
The channel is set to launch the reboot of the show Lizzie McGuire starring Hilary Duff. The show premiered on Disney Channel on January 12, 2001, which has a huge loyal fan base and so many are waiting for the new show to be released.
How can you stream Disney Plus on Roku TV?
If you currently have a streaming service like Roku TV you just need to add the channel to your account and start reminiscing your childhood or you can get it for your kids. In the month of April, Disney called out Roku TV for support and making the channel available on the streaming services. The executives have confirmed that the channel will be supported by all major devices that stream videos.