You Can Now Watch All of Disney+ Content In Lebanon


Good news! Disney fans in Lebanon now have a chance to get unlimited access to the Disney+ Originals content through OSN’s streaming service.

For those who don’t know, OSN is a service that provides its users with access to exclusive award-winning series and movies that are not available anywhere else.

In a press release, OSN announced that it will be the “exclusive distributor of The Walt Disney Company’s new Disney+ Originals in the Middle East region, across both its box and streaming services.”

It will be the first time Disney+ is distributed through a third-party provider.

Disney+ is an online streaming service giant with renowned competitors like HBO Go, Hulu, Amazon, and the behemoth media-service provider Netflix.

However, it is not available in the Middle East and doesn’t have plans to launch as a standalone service here any time soon.

“We’re delighted to strengthen our alliance with Disney to bring the magic of Disney’s storytelling to our loyal customers,” said Patrick Tillieux, the CEO of OSN, commenting on the agreement.

“Adding Disney+ Originals to our boxes and streaming services is a huge milestone for us and reinforces our commitment to offering premium content to our regional audience from only the most exceptional brands,” he pointed out.

OSN also has a similar deal with HBO, showcasing HBO’s exclusive content on its streaming service.

Viewers in Lebanon can now watch original movies, series, documentaries, and more, like the first live-action Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, the live-action version of Lady And The Tramp, docu-series from National Geographic, and more.

Disney fans will also have access to the latest Disney blockbusters. such as Aladdin and the Lion King.

Disney+ will be available in 17 regional markets, including Egypt, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE through the OSN app available on both the App Store and Google Play, and across all our platforms – TV, mobile, laptops, tablets, games consoles, and streaming boxes.

Subscription costs $9.50 and users can also get a 7-day free trial.