Disney revealed specifics about the upcoming Disney+ service at the D23 Expo. As more specifics trickle out, it is clear that they will be giving their competitors a run for their subscribers.

Over the weekend, Disney held the D23 Expo. The D23 Expo is the largest Disney fan event in the world, it celebrates all the wonderful worlds of The Walt Disney Company all in one event.

During this years Expo, Disney unveiled various pieces to the Disney+ streaming service. Including price, for the stand-alone Disney+ subscription consumers will be paying $6.99 per month. This service is to debut on November 12th.

Subscribers will be allowed to create seven different profiles under one account. The service will support several different languages including English, Spanish, and French to name a few.

And for the good stuff…

During the D23 Expo, Disney previewed a lineup of new programs and movies that will stream only on Disney+.

To start, Hilary Duff will return as a grown-up in the revival of “Lizzie McGuire”, additionally, there will be three new Marvel series (“She-Hulk”, “Ms.Marvel”, and “Moon Knight”), and the Muppets will star in their own short-form unscripted series call “Muppets Now”.

As for movies, Disney also unveiled that subscribers will have access to exclusive movies such as the reboot of “Lady and the Tramp”, Lucasfilm’s “The Mandalorian”, and “The World According To Jeff Goldblum” from National Geographic.