Disney is releasing its new streaming platform, Disney +, in the UK and Ireland next year.
The competitor to the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime will be available from 24 March 2020.
The theme is family-friendly and none of the content will be rated any higher than a 12A.
The streaming service is being released elsewhere a lot earlier. US audiences will be able to get the service from 12 November.
Disney+ is a subscription service which means that anyone wanting to watch films or shows will need to pay a monthly or yearly fee.
Also known as Disney+, this platform will include 7,000 TV shows and every film in Disney's library.
But you won't just be feeling the love with Simba or exploring A Whole New World with Aladdin - because there will be original stuff on there too.
A Star Wars mini-series about Obi-Wan Kenobi has been announced for the service.
It's called 'The Mandalorian', takes place after the fall of the Empire in 1983's The Return Of The Jedi.
Rumours are there will be an animated series based on Marvel's alternative universe What if? comics.
Other spin-offs in the works are TV shows set in the world of Monsters Inc. and High School Musical.