New Star is launching on Disney+

We are big fans of Disney+ and it has certainly helped us get through all three lockdowns.

Now, from 23rd February, Disney+ are launching Star, which will bring a brand new and ever growing world of TV series, movies and originals to subscribers. It will launch with over 75 TV series, more than 280 movies and a slate of four exclusive Star Originals, with new titles added every month.


Featuring more daring, more surprising, more thrilling and more irreverent TV series and movies, Star on Disney+ offers something for everyone and every mood. Disney+ subscribers will be able to stream more of what they love and uncover hidden gems they can’t find anywhere else!

Big Sky

All of this new content is exactly why Disney+ will also be launching new, robust parental controls the same day as Star on the service from Tuesday, February 23rd. To continue the family-friendly experience that parents expect, the easy-to-use parental controls will include:

  • Alongside the new Profile PIN feature, account holders will be able to tailor each profile to have a different level of content controls applied to it

  • Main account holders will be able to select bespoke content ratings for each profile: 6+, 9+, 12+, 14+, 16+ or 18+

  • Once a content rating is applied, only relevant content for the content rating set will be available within the specific profile via the home page and via the search

Parental Controls

These new parental controls alongside the existing Kid Profile option will give parents and guardians peace of mind that Disney+ will remain a suitable viewing experience for everyone.

I have to say we are looking forward to watching 24 again, as loved it the first time around. New series that have also caught our eye are Big Sky and Helstrom.


Disney+ costs £7.99 per month, however if you sign up before 23rd February, you can save 20% and pay just £5.99 per month or £59.99 for the year. To get this deal, visit:

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