The Disney+ service will launch in the U.S. market on November 12, 2019, at $6.99 a month or $69.99/year. The ad-free service will include Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic. Disney+ will launch with a robust library of theatrical and television content, and in its first year will release more than 25 original series and 10 original films, documentaries and specials
Additionally, Disney+ announced that all 30 seasons of The Simpsons will be available on the service on day one. In the service's first year, audiences will also have access to family-friendly Fox titles like The Sound of Music, The Princess Bride and Malcolm in the Middle as part of an impressive collection of more than 7,500 television episodes and 500 films including blockbuster hits from 2019 and beyond.
Subscribers will have the ability to create custom profiles, with each receiving personalized experiences curated to their unique tastes based on past behaviors and preferred content.
The Disney+ service will be available on a wide range of mobile and connected devices, including gaming consoles, streaming media players and smart TVs, and will adjust to the best possible high-definition viewing experience based on a subscriber's available bandwidth, with support for up to 4K HDR video playback. An unprecedented amount of content will also be available to fans for offline viewing.
Following its U.S debut, Disney+ will rapidly expand globally, with plans to be in nearly all major regions of the world within the next two years.
Disney Press Release
Disney included a Global Roadmap in their presentation that shows North America in Q1 FY20 (i.e. Dec.31, 2019) and Western Europe in Q2.
When questioned during an interview, Bob Iger said that a bundle price in the U.S. with Disney+ and ESPN+ was possible sometime after launch. Bundling with Hulu would depend on discussions with their management and board.
Here is a ten-page fact sheet
that lists the programming that will be available on the U.S. service.
Content may be different outside the U.S. and rights may be shared with Canadian broadcasters. I expect Disney and Fox movies will continue to be available on the Crave movie channels and probably on other other TV channels as well.