Disney’s streaming service might be one of the most anticipated of the coming crop, but when it announced its initial lineup of supported devices, there were some notable absences.
Now, with the launch of the service set for Tuesday, Nov. 12, it’s filling those gaps, announcing last week in an earnings call that Disney+ will be available on both Amazon’s Fire TV, as well as natively on Samsung and LG smart TVs. (A Disney spokesperson confirmed to Fortune those platforms would all be live at launch.)
When it launches, Disney+ will offer more than 500 movies and more than 7,500 episodes of library television content, By year five, says CEO Bob Iger, Disney+ will offer more than 620 movies and more than 10,000 television episodes. Neither of those figures includes original shorts and features.
The company plans to have 45 original programs launched by the end of the first year, with an annual average of 60 by year five.
Whether you’re curious to try a seven-day free trial of Disney+ or have already signed up for a membership, you might still be a bit unsure about where you can watch the programming.
Here’s a list of all the platforms that will offer it at launch:
- Amazon Fire TV (including Fire TV 4K, Fire TV cube and Fire TV-enabled televisions)
- Samsung Smart TVs
- LG Smart TVs
- Apple TV
- Roku devices
- Android mobile devices
- Android TV
- Xbox One
- PlayStation 4
- Desktop Web Browsers
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