No arguing bud. I’m sure that will be down to licensing agreements which will expire. It’s possible they will still continue to licence content to third parties but I doubt they would.
Oh dear, should have used my other e-mail account. Good to know!
Arguing on the internet it pointless, but, in the interests of accuracy. Star is not exclusive - just one example, The X-Files, is also available on Amazon Prime. I'm sure if I cared enough, I could find more to demonstrate the inaccuracy of that statement. People are welcome to check for themselves.
We are missing the Alien and Predator movies plus Big Trouble in Little China and Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, could be even more missing on Disney Star UK that other territories get.
I think that's part of the reason for Star and possibly other additions in the future. I agree, but at the same time I think anyone with kids are sort of locked in. It's the fact that they are pulling their content from other subs/channels for the most part. This means buying them digitally or by DVD/BluRay and if your kids keep switching their favourite programme, its gets expensive. I bought Lion King, Aladdin, Little Mermaid etc when it was flavour of the month etc, but its easier to buy the subscription for now because of the kids.