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Disney+ is coming to Europe on March 31

Titles may vary by territory as well, and this comes after the initial launch in territories like the US this month.

There has been a lot of anticipation around Disney's streaming service Disney+ recently, since it's landing this month in territories like the US and Australia and delivering original titles like The Mandalorian, as well as an extensive catalog of other titles under the Disney umbrella.

Those in the UK and other European countries have been eagerly awaiting news on when they can use the service, and it turns out there's a bit of a delay, as the Disney+ Twitter account has revealed that the service will come to the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and other countries to be announced on March 31 next year.

What's more is we're also told that "titles may vary by territory", so we'll just have to hold on and wait until March to watch Disney+ and all of the content.

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Disney+ is coming to Europe on March 31


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