Comcast has started rolling out Disney’s suite of streaming TV apps to users of the cable company’s X1-powered devices.
The move comes about three months after Comcast announced it would add the two apps to its smart line of set-top boxes for video and Internet-only customers. The cable company already offers customers with these devices access to Hulu, an adult-oriented streaming service that it co-owns with Disney.
Disney Plus, ESPN Plus and Hulu require separate subscriptions to view on Comcast’s streaming boxes. Disney Plus costs $8 a month, ESPN Plus costs $6 a month and Hulu starts at $6 a month. A bundle with all three services is also sold by Disney for $14 a month.
In addition to the Disney apps, Comcast’s line of X1-powered set-top boxes offer access to a host of other major streaming TV apps, including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Paramount Plus, Xumo, Pluto TV and YouTube.