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Disney Plus is available to pre-order from today, meaning that from 12th November 329,512,960 people in the United States will have access to the new streamer that brings with it a library of Disney classics and new shows including the hotly anticipated The Mandalorian.

Fans in the US can subscribe today to Disney+, the Walt Disney Company’s new streaming service, and be among the first to enjoy Star Wars content when the platform launches on November 12. Monthly ($6.99) and annual ($69.99) subscriptions are available for purchase at Disneyplus.com, with a seven-day free trial beginning November 12.

Beginning November 12, Disney+ will feature The Mandalorian, the first-ever live-action Star Wars series. From executive producer Jon Favreau, the series follows a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy after the fall of the Empire. Coming to Disney+ in February 2020 is the long-awaited conclusion of the beloved animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, with 12 new episodes helmed by series shepherd Dave Filoni. A Cassian Andor live-action series starring Diego Luna and Alan Tudyk is in the works for Disney+, and just announced at D23 Expo 2019, an Obi-Wan Kenobi series starring Ewan McGregor is planned for the service.

Also available in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the Netherlands, that means that on launch day, Disney Plus is available to approximately 414.2 million people across the globe. The other 7,285,800,000 of the world’s population will sadly have to wait.