We are exactly two months away from the highly-anticipated arrival of Disney+ and we will be counting down the days to launch by showing off one feature of the new streaming service every day. Whether it’s original content, classic films or anything else Disney+ will offer, we’ll have it covered.

And with just two short months to go, a beta preview of the new streaming service launched yesterday in the Netherlands, giving users a sneak peek at some of what Disney+ will have to offer when it launches in November. The Verge and Twitter user @gjkooijman provided a look at what we can expect to see.

Photo Credit: The Verge

Photo Credit: The Verge

  • Disney fans in the Netherlands can currently sign up for a free preview of Disney+, which will run up until the streaming service’s official launch on November 12.
  • The preview contains recent and classic Disney films as well as 18 titles from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (only missing Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel and of course the two Spider-Man films), and all of the Star Wars films.
  • Notably missing from the demo is The Simpsons.
  • However, the trial also features a 4K and HDR section with 17 Ultra HD titles available, including:
    • Star Wars: The Last Jedi
    • Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
    • Avengers: Infinity War
    • Black Panther
    • Free Solo
    • Aladdin
    • Ralph Breaks The Internet
    • Mary Poppins Returns
    • And more
  • Some other exciting inclusions on the free beta preview were shared on Twitter.

  • It’s also worth noting that the preview is available on a wide variety of apps including:
    • Apple TV
    • iOS
    • Android
    • Xbox
    • PlayStation 4
  • It will be interesting to keep an eye on this preview in the next couple of months to see what changes might be made and what potentially gets added as we look forward to the launch of the finished product.

Be sure to follow along with our “Countdown to Disney+” series as we continue to break down everything the streaming service will offer right up until it launches on November 12.