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Entertainment LeBron James Is The Latest To Announce A New TV Show On Disney+

14:30  29 october  2019
14:30  29 october  2019 Source:   theblast.com

Disney+ has another subscription deal: three years for $5 per month

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Lebron James New Los Angeles Mural. Disney+ Is Coming For Your Eyeballs. There is a new wave of streaming services headed our way, and James , who will be producing the series alongside Maverick Carter, Jamal Henderson, and Philip Byron, explained in a statement why this project was a

2. A New Show From LeBron James . Gettyimages | Harry How. Not only are the classics hitting the service, but tons of new original content is coming to Disney+ as well. The latest announcement is for LeBron James ' new show Becoming.

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Disney+ Is Coming For Your Eyeballs

There is a new wave of streaming services headed our way, and Disney+ is leading the charge. Between the backlog of pretty much every Disney film, Star Wars, National Geographic, and the MCU, Disney+ is coming for our throats with a truckload of beloved content for the reasonable price tag of $6.99 a month.

A New Show From LeBron James

  LeBron James Is The Latest To Announce A New TV Show On Disney+ © Gettyimages | Harry How

Not only are the classics hitting the service, but tons of new original content is coming to Disney+ as well. The latest announcement is for LeBron James' new show Becoming.

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NBA player LeBron James is teaming up with Disney+ to create a docuseries that chronicles the upbringing of athletes and celebrities. This will be the second show that features both James and Carter. Disney+ has not launched just yet, but the new streaming platform will be available on Nov.

LeBron James -Produced Docuseries ‘Becoming’ Ordered by Disney+ (Exclusive). The 10-part series had been originally developed for Disney XD. Disney+ is teaming with LeBron James on a docuseries that spotlights the upbringing for athletes and celebrities, “Becoming,” TheWrap has

Becoming is a docuseries made in collaboration with ESPN that will visit the hometowns of athletes and other celebrities to see their upbringings and how their environments shaped who they become. A few of the announced subjects are Anthony Davis, Caleb McLaughlin, Candace Parker, and Nick Cannon.

Inspirational Television

Kevin Durant, LeBron James are posing for a picture© Gettyimages | Ethan Miller

James, who will be producing the series alongside Maverick Carter, Jamal Henderson, and Philip Byron, explained in a statement why this project was a priority for him.

"I'm really excited about helping develop Becoming and bringing this kind of program to kids. Sports and athletes were my inspiration growing up. It was the stories about Michael Jordan, Deion Sanders, and Allen Iverson that kept me dreaming. When I learned that they had some of the same struggles and challenges I did, it made everything seem possible. That's what Becoming is all about."

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On November 8, 2018, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that the service would be named Disney+ and that the company was targeting a launch in late Disney stated that it planned to roll the service out worldwide over the next two years, targeting Western Europe and Asia-Pacific countries by late

Disney+ Orders 'Becoming' Docuseries Produced by LeBron James A new docuseries produced by NBA star LeBron James and his SpringHill Entertainment company is coming to Disney+ . Elsewhere in entertainment, the latest trailer for Toonami’s Uzamaki adaptation highlights creator

James and Carter previously worked together on HBO's The Shop, which has a similar focus on exposing the emotions and beliefs of public figures.

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Disney+ will soon get the must-have feature that it should have had at launch .
The Disney+ launch wasn’t perfect last week, but the service is certainly a success for Disney, with as many as 10 million users having already signed up. Disney+ is cheaper than Netflix, and already features plenty of interesting content that users got to experience from day one. And while Disney+ does come with a feature I've wanted on Netflix for years, it also comes without a critical feature that I’d demand from any streaming service — one that’s been on Netflix all along. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.

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