Disney+ may very well be a juggernaut of Thanos-esque proportions.
Cue audible grumbling from executives over at Netflix and Amazon. Disney has once again taken to flexing their billion-dollar property, revealing their "endgame" in bringing the climactic Avengers film to their Disney+ streaming service. While the move is an obvious one, it may very well work wonders in converting casual Netflix subscribers, many of whom recently enjoyed a batch of Marvel content, including Infinity War's arrival last Christmas. Now, history is set to repeat itself, as Endgame will be coming to Disney+ exclusively on December 11th.
Interested parties should take note that Disney+ will be launching on November 12th, bringing several promising new shows into the fold. Many MCU properties are already tapped to join, including series centering on Loki, Hawkeye, Vision & Scarlet Witch, and Falcon & The Winter Soldier. There's also Jon Favreau - himself a member of the MCU - and his Mandalorian series, which should work wonders in revitalizing a Star Wars brand that has proven divisive of late.
Have you heard enough to make the conversion? If so, did Endgame play a role in influencing your decision?