Disney+ Content Removal: What’s Been Saved (So Far)

A number of titles will be removed from Disney’s streaming platforms globally starting on May 26.

The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, Willow, Big Shot, Turner & Hooch, The Mysterious Benedict Society, Just Beyond, Diary of a Future President, and The World According to Jeff Goldblum are just a few examples of Disney+ shows that fall under this category.

Also banned from Hulu are the shows Y: The Last Man, Dollface, The Hot Zone, Maggie, Pistol, and Little Demon. Deadline disclosed recently that after a review of the content, several films that had been slated for removal will remain accessible on Disney+. In essence, Disney has received a lot of criticism, especially for Howard, which has caused them to retract some of their earlier removal judgments.

No Longer Leaving Disney+:

Disney+ will no longer be dropping the following titles:

  • A Pixar Spark Story
  • Marvel’s Voice Rising: The Music Of Wakanda Forever
  • Howard

We will update this list if anything changes, such as any previously stated titles that were going to be removed being kept.

Disney+ Content Removal: What’s Been Saved (So Far)

A Disney spokesperson is quoted by Deadline as stating The titles that will be removed from Hulu and Disney+ the next week are still being finalized. This means that additional adjustments could be made during the next few days.

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During the most recent Disney earnings call on May 10, the decision, which entails a content impairment charge of $1.5 billion to $1.8 billion, was made public.

Disney+ Content Removal: What’s Been Saved (So Far)

When an asset’s current market value has decreased below its original cost or book value, showing that it has lost some of its initial value, the accounting procedure used is known as an impairment charge. In other words, Disney has decided to disregard this material.

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Christine McCarthy, CFO, stated:

We are in the process of reviewing the content on our DTC services to align with the strategic changes in our approach to content curation .

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