Netflix subscribers of the world have until 2019 to get their fix on “Zootopia,” “Tarzan,” “Lilo & Stitch,” and every unknown second and third sequel in the Disney universe. Did you know there was a “Pocahontas II”? Now you do!
And it’s going away with Disney to a new world.
Tuesday, Disney announced along with its Q2 earnings that they will be withdrawing from their deal with Netflix, so some of their biggest titles and old Disney Channel shows will disappear from video streaming giant altogether. Enthusiasm for this deal only a year ago was quite high amongst the Disney fanbase, but industry analysts were skeptical that Disney CEO Bob Iger was making the right call.
So, is Disney taking its products and opening up their own shop the best or the worst of capitalism?
Read more from Stephen Kent in the Washington Examiner