Disney and Lionsgate-owned Starz have partnered to offer a streaming subscription bundle in Latin American markets. The move will see Disney+, Star+, and Starzplay subscriptions jointly offered (in one tier) for a single price in the local currency. Subscribers in Brazil will have access to the services at a price of R$ 55.90 per month. In Mexico subscribers will pay MXN 309.00 per month, in Argentina ARS 1,150.00 per month, in Chile CLP 12,500 per month, in Colombia COP 49,900 per month, in Ecuador USD $17.99 per month, and in Peru PEN 55.90 per month.
Disney+ subscribers will have access to titles including Encanto, Turning Red, Hawkeye, Moon Knight and Star Wars series such as The Mandalorian and Obi-Wan Kenobi. The content offering also includes original Latin American productions Intertwined and Siempre Fui Yo, with more original local shows planned by the studio.
Starzplay includes Spanish language original series such as Señorita 89 and the sci-fi thriller El Refugio, as well as hit franchises such as Twilight and The Hunger Games. In addition to live sports from ESPN, Star+ includes popular comedy series such as The Simpsons, Futurama, and Family Guy, and movie titles such as The Kingsman and The Valet. Latin American original productions on the streamer include No fue mi culpa: Mexico, Los Protectores, and Terapia Alternativa.