Fetch TV announced today that it has extended its agreement with The Walt Disney Company in Australia.
The new agreement will see the Disney+ streaming service becomes available on the Fetch entertainment aggregation platform.
The addition of Disney+ adds to Fetch’s existing Disney linear channel offering, including ESPN and National geographic.
Starting today, and rolling out in phases over the next few weeks, Disney+ will initially be available to Fetch subscribers with a Fetch Mighty or Mini 4K box.
Further development work is underway to add Disney+ to the Fetch Mini.
To celebrate the launch, Fetch is offering subscribers one month of Disney+ at no cost when they sign up through the Fetch service before June 30and. The offer is available to all new, existing, and returning Disney+ subscribers through Fetch.
Disney+ is the streaming home for the entertainment of Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographicand general entertainment brand Starwhich offers the latest 20th Century Studios, Disney Television Studios, FX, Searchlight Picturesand more.
Incorporating the thousands of movies and TV shows available on Disney+ adds to Fetch’s content offering of over 32,000 hours of on-demand movies and TV shows, plus access to… other popular streaming apps including YouTube, Netflix, Stan, Amazon Prime Video, Paramount Plus, hayu, Britbox, ABC iview, ABC Kids, SBS on demand, 7Plus, 9Now and 10Playand much more.
Disney+ content includes the Academy Award®-winning film Encanto as well as popular titles like turn red, Only murders in the building, star wars‘ Boba Fett’s Book and Marvel Studios Moon Knightplus brand new titles that will be launching soon Under the banner of heaven and the long awaited Obi-Wan Kenobi, and The Kardashians which comes out today.
Scott Durantsaid the CEO of Fetch TV,
“We are thrilled to add Disney+ to the Fetch platform and further expand our partnership with Disney.
Fetch is committed to delivering “all your entertainment, easily,” and no aggregation platform is complete without Disney+, which features some of the most beloved and popular content available.
We know Fetch subscribers will be thrilled with this addition.
“Fetch maintains an advanced in-house development capability, and we are exceptionally proud of how quickly we were able to complete the integration using the new Disney App Development Kit.”
Kylie Watson WheelerSenior Vice President and General Manager of The Walt Disney Company in Australia and New Zealand, said:
“We are thrilled that Disney+ is now available on Fetch TV, with the world’s best content and entertainment added to the platform.
Fetch continues to make great strides as an aggregation platform, and its drive to embrace innovation and our longstanding partnership underpins this expanded offering.
Disney’s EPSN and National Geographic linear channels are already offered on Fetch. With an ever-growing catalog, exciting new releases, and exclusive original content, there’s something for everyone to enjoy on Disney+.