This march 24 is scheduled for release Disney+ in Spainbut seeing the situation a public health emergency, the world we live in, as is logical, many fans of the factory of the mouse have not hesitated to express their desire the premiere of this new streaming platform is forward. So Twitter is full of pleas for part of the marvelitas, fans of ‘Star Wars’, who are desperately looking for content to children to prevent the children of the house climbing up the walls, the nostalgic that abrazarían a marathon of the classic animated much more than happy right now… But, unfortunately, in the face of this eventuality, Disney has said what I feel but not.
You’re listening to. We regret that we cannot forward the launch of Disney’s+, many thanks for your patience. See you in 8 days ?
? Disney+ Spain (@DisneyPlusES) March 16, 2020
With this simple message through his official account, Disney+ has wanted to make it clear that the premiere in Spain you can’t move and you have to wait until this scheduled date to be able to enjoy the new series as ‘The Mandalorian’ or all those movies that will be present in your catalog. In this way, the company underlines its intention not to make wrong movements and evidence the few possibilities that the confinement caused by the pandemic has left the territories that had not yet given the kick off to the platform. Another story is that of the countries that already had Disney+, as is the case of the United States, where it has been advance of the premiere of ‘Frozen 2’ with the goal of providing a varied entertainment during the quarantine period.
Recently Disney+ Spain has confirmed the listing of the series and films that will be available from the time of its premierea large catalog that we have missed some of the productions. Of ‘Iron Man’ movies in real action, going by-loved series such as ‘Pepper Ann’, or the favorite of many fans: ‘Enchanted: The story of Giselle’. If the offer is more than wide, we’ll have to wait to be able to see 100% to complete the repertoire of the new platform for Disney.