BRB, rewatching all our favorite classics!

By Meghan Overdeep
August 09, 2017
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Disney and Netflix are calling it quits according to a new release from the magical, mouse-eared empire. On Tuesday, the company announced that it's ending its relationship with the popular streaming service in 2019 in order to pursue its own streaming platform.

CEO Bob Iger told CNBC that Disney and Pixar titles will be available on Netflix through the end of 2018, while Marvel TV shows will remain indefinitely.

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Starting in 2019, Disney's new branded platform will be the exclusive home for all Disney movies, including forthcoming hits like Toy Story 4, Frozen 2 and the live-action remake of The Lion King. It will also feature content from the Disney Channel, Disney Junior and Disney XD. And that's not all. The company will also launch its own ESPN video streaming service in early 2018, with content from the MLB, NHL, MLS, collegiate sports and tennis' Grand Slam events.

Start binging your Disney classics now, folks!