Disney + has officially announced the upcoming shows and movies planned for the streaming service. The new service will launch November 12 and will feature several movies and shows, along with new content. Fan-favorite Marvel characters are getting their own series following "Avengers: Endgame."

It's also been announced the new service will cost about $6.99 a month, featuring over twenty-five new shows and over ten new movies. Kevin Feige announced at the Investor Day presentation that the new Marvel shows will have the same quality as seen at the box office and will have both new and continued stories set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The Marvel Studio's President continues by teasing ramifications that will be felt throughout the various shows.

New Marvel shows

The Winter Soldier will team up with Falcon for a new series starring Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan who will be reprising their roles. Feige adds that by developing new series they're provided with an opportunity to further explore these beloved characters. Scarlet Witch and Vision will also be making their return in “WandaVision” with Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany reprising their roles. Loki is another fan favorite set to make his streaming show debut with Tom Hiddleston on board. It's unknown when the new shows will take place given the plot of the last "Avengers" movie.

Variety reported Hawkeye may also get his own streaming series and will find Clint passing on his superhero mantle to his daughter. These series are described as limited which means the new shows are likely to contain only a handful of episodes.

Among the new Marvel series is a dream project centered around the idea of 'what if.' The new series will take an important moment in the MCU and ask 'what if something else happened instead?' The first episode centers on Peggy Carter and asks what if she was the one that became Captain America instead of Steve Rogers.

This new show will be animated and will have old cast members lending their voices to the animated versions of their characters. Disney + will also feature documentaries. The first of which will be available when the service launches and is called “Marvel's Hero Project” which will follow young people who are making a difference for their communities.

The other series is called “Marvel's 616” and is described as an anthology documentary which will feature behind-the-scenes content from throughout the last ten years of the Marvel Universe.

The Marvel shows aren't the only new content set for Disney +. “Star Wars” will also be getting original shows which will dig deeper into some fan-favorite characters. The first of the shows is “The Mandalorian” which will be available with the launch on November 12. The show stars Pedro Pascal as the bounty hunter, along with Gina Carano and Carl Weathers. The series will be set between the Empire's fall and the First Order's emergence. The other “Star Wars” series announced is about Cassian Andor and K-2S0, and will star Diego Luna and Alan Tudyk.

Disney + is also looking to revive “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” which was an animated series on Cartoon Network.

Other new Disney + content

Disney + will also get a little musical with the new “High School Musical” series which has “Andi Mack” star Sofia Wylie on board. The new series will feature new characters who will be auditioning for the school musical of “High School Musical." The box office hit “Love, Simon” will continue with a new streaming series and will be based on the sequel by author Becky Albertalli called “Leah on the Offbeat” which follows the story of Simon's best friend.

Gina Rodriguez finds her way onto the streaming service with new series “Diary of a Female President” which follows a Cuban-American girl's adventures as she grows up to become the President.

The new series has received a ten-episode order. The world of “Monsters, Inc.” will also continue with “Monsters at Work” and find cast members such as John Goodman and Billy Crystal returning. The new series will follow-up the original “Monsters, Inc.” movie and will be set six months later.

Also available when the service launches are past episodes of “The Simpsons,” Pixar shorts, “Forky Asks a Question,” Nat Geo content, “The World According to Jeff Goldblum,” Disney Channel content, 100 Disney Channel Original movies, and a live-action “Lady and the Tramp” movie. Coming the first year on Disney + is the movie “Togo,” “Timmy Failure,” “Stargirl," and a documentary about the making of “Frozen 2.” Other movies announced are: “The Phineas and Ferb Movie,” the holiday movie “Noelle,” Pixar short “Lamp Life,” and another “Phineas and Ferb” movie called “Candace Against the Universe.”