Mouse in the house: Disney+ now on Fetch TV


• Fetch is offering its subscribers one month of Disney+ at no cost

Fetch TV has announced that it has extended its agreement with The Walt Disney Company in Australia, with Disney+ now available on the Fetch entertainment aggregation service. This adds to the companies existing offering of Disney linear channels including ESPN and National Geographic.

Fetch is offering its subscribers one month of Disney+ at no cost when they sign up via the service before June 30th. The offer is available to all new, existing, and returning subscribers to Disney+.

Disney+ is the streaming home for entertainment from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and general entertainment brand Star, which offers the latest from 20th Century Studios, Disney Television Studios, FX, Searchlight Pictures, and more.

Disney+ content includes the Academy Award winning Encanto as well as popular titles like Turning RedOnly Murders in the BuildingStar Wars’ The Book of Boba Fett and Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight, as well as brand-new soon-to-launch titles Under the Banner of Heaven and the highly anticipated Obi-Wan Kenobi, and The Kardashians which premieres today.

The integration adds to a content offering of more than 32,000 hours of movies and TV shows on-demand, along with access to streaming apps, including YouTube, Netflix, Stan, Amazon Prime Video, Paramount Plus, hayu, Britbox, ABC iview, ABC Kids, SBS on Demand, 7Plus, 9Now and 10Play.

Scott Lorson, CEO Fetch TV said: “We are delighted to add Disney+ to the Fetch platform, and further extend our partnership with Disney. Fetch is committed to providing ‘all your entertainment, easy’, and no aggregation platform is complete without Disney+ which offers some of the best loved and most popular content available. 

“Fetch maintains an advanced in-house development capability, and we are exceptionally proud with the speed we have been able to complete the integration using the new Disney Application Development Kit.”

Kylie Watson-Wheeler, senior vice president and managing director of The Walt Disney Company in Australia and New Zealand said: “We’re excited Disney+ is now available on Fetch TV, with our world’s-best content and entertainment added to the platform. Fetch continues to make great strides as an aggregator platform, and its willingness to embrace innovation and our long-standing partnership underpin this expanded offering. Disney’s EPSN and National Geographic linear channels are already offered on Fetch. With an ever-growing catalogue, exciting new releases and exclusive original content, there’s something for everyone to enjoy on Disney+.”

Starting today, and rolling out in phases over the coming weeks, Disney+ will initially be available to subscribers with a Mighty or Mini 4K Fetch box. Further development work is underway to add Disney+ to the Fetch Mini.

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