Today is Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019. Here’s what you need to know:
From Snow White to the upcoming Lady and the Tramp remake, Disney has announced the full and immense lineup for its forthcoming streaming service, Disney+.
Fitted with a whopping 629 different movies and TV shows, Disney+ held no punches as it tweeted out all of the titles over the past couple days. The streaming services will include classics from the ’70s all the way to Disney’s series The Mandalorian, which is set in the Star Wars universe and releases in November.
Big-name films like the Captain America trilogy, The Fly, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie and more Disney-owned content won’t appear during the service’s launch, but they’re sure to come in 2020.
Disney+ is set to launch on Nov. 12 for $6.99 per month. Catch the full list of its movies and TV shows here.
News from The Post:
An Ohio University contract with Pepsi will bring $3.5 million to the school by 2022. (The Post)
Marshalls is set to open its Athens location on Oct. 24. (The Post)
House Bill 6 petitions are everywhere on campus, but here’s what the bill actually means (The Post)
Scores and Game Times:
Here’s the latest stock watch from Ohio football. (The Post)
Learn about Patrick Roach’s deep family connection to Ohio. (The Post)
Ohio field hockey’s Nele Graner’s transition from Germany to America has been easier than she thought. (The Post)
Grab your umbrella and raincoat. Today there is a 90% chance of rain showers with a high of 56 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced its 2020 nominees. (CNN)
After being intentionally offline for two days, Fortnite is back up and running with a new chapter. (BuzzFeed News)
A Dutch family was discovered in basement isolation while “waiting for the end of time.” (BBC)