And Annie Cohen always looks with wonder at the hours spent in front of the television devouring "Hannah Montana" and "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody".
No more sneaking during homework to get their dose. For millennia such as Fetch and Cohen, who have long cut the cable, the streaming service brings back their most expensive shows from their childhood – and long trips backstage.
"I know a lot of Disney fanatics," said Fetch, 27. "Having all of their Disney favorites in one place will certainly be a major attraction for these fanatics."
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"I loved Disney when I was a kid," said Cohen, 21. "I've watched a lot of movies and almost exclusively Disney Channel."
Today, however, it mainly consumes streaming services such as Hulu and Netflix.
So for people like her, Disney + may seem like a boon: it offers the best of both worlds.
Disney is a favorite too
Mary McGill, 23, remembers hundreds of DVDs and VHS tapes in her childhood home.
"I would sit there and watch them in a loop," McGill said of films like "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" and "The Little Mermaid".
She is often keeping her nine nephews and nieces. She will consider subscribing to Disney + as it will make it easier to find family-friendly content without the clutter of DVDs and VHS tapes.
"Disney movies really do a good job giving you a good sense of hope and (say you) the ability to have imagination is not a bad thing," she said.
In addition, McGill adds that she finds even the new Disney content relatable and entertaining.
… but there are too many streaming services
But although they are excited by the sweet nostalgia that awaits them, they are also frustrated by the growing number of streaming services.
"I think it's a wise choice (Disney) because they remove a lot of content from Netflix, but as a consumer, I'm a little annoyed," Cohen said.
Although she said that she would probably end up subscribing to Disney 's service, she' s not thrilled to be willing to pay another monthly subscription.
Although Disney has set an initial monthly fee of $ 6.99, the company could eventually raise prices as Netflix did when it started producing more original content.
"I think (Disney +) will become a lot more expensive, especially when they have more original shows," said Cohen.
Yet a few dollars a month might be worth reliving the wonders of childhood.