Disney+ is now available on Panasonic TVs released from 2017 onwards

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Panasonic has announced that Disney+ is now available on all 4K Panasonic TVs released from 2017 onwards. The new update brings Panasonic’s offerings in line with those from LG and Samsung, both of which already offer TVs with a native Disney+ app.

If you’re the owner of a 4K Panasonic TV with the My Home Screen OS, look out for the Disney+ app icon, which should now be visible in the Application view. All Panasonic TVs with the prefix EZ, EX, FZ, FX, GZ, GX, HZ, HX, JZ or JX are eligible.

Disney’s streaming service — which unlocks a world of entertainment from the Pixar, Disney, Marvel and Star Wars universes (and a lot more besides) — requires a subscription that costs either £7.99 / $7.99 / AU$11.99 a month or £80 / $80 / AU$120 for a year-long subscription. The latter offers a saving of over 15% compared to the monthly payment option.

The regions that support the new Panasonic Disney+ update are the UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxemburg, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Latin America.

Sadly, there's no longer any free Disney+ trial for those who want to try out the service before committing, but if you're a Panasonic owner with a hankering for some fresh content, it's certainly worth a shot.


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  • kdbur
    Now for apple tv+
  • JanG
    Unfortunately the Dolby Vision and 4K steaming as a whole looks to be broken via the TV app of disneyplus. Just tried on my JZ1500, settings are ok because DV & HDR10 works fine via the Youtube app. So still some work to do at Disney side to get Panasonic support fully operational