Disney’s is going to be in the streaming business in 2019. The content plan for subscribers will not include any R-Rated content.
The New York Times reports Disney will instead focus on producing content exclusively aimed at families, without the inclusion of mature shows and movies.
The streaming service will launch in 2019 with variety of TV series and movies consistent with the Disney brand. This includes a live-action Marvel show, an animated series based on Monsters, Inc. and a High School Musical television show.
Disney has ordered a live-action Star Wars TV show from Iron Man director Jon Favreau as well. The studio is reportedly set to spend an estimated $100 million on the series’ 10 episodes.
Disney purchased Fox for $71 billion dollars and now have the rights to Rated-R properties. Those films like Deadpool and Logan will be licensed out to other streaming services.