Disney+ is currently slated for a launch in November, but it seems that for some living in the Netherlands, the service has gone live in the region. The good news is that thanks to the service going live in the form of a trial version of the service, we have an idea of some of the content that we can look forward to, such as classic Marvel animated series from the 90s.

This is according to a tweet by GJ Kooijman living in Amsterdam, where upon launching Disney+, he discovered that it played home to a ton of classic Marvel cartoons, like the X-Men and Spider-Man series from the 90s. If you grew up watching these shows, then this could be a nice throwback to the past.

However, we should note that generally speaking, the content from streaming services tend to vary from region to region. This is possibly due to copyright and licensing issues, so it is unclear as to whether these cartoons are limited to the Netherlands or if it will be a staple across all regions that Disney+ will be available in.

The upside is that Disney+ will host content mostly owned by Disney, so hopefully content across all regions will be more uniform.

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