There’s no word on how the Disney+ will work on Sky Q but it’s likely that customers will see a similar format to Netflix which is now integrated into the main home screen.
It’s also unclear if Disney+ will be added directly to your Sky bill or if you will need to sign up separately.
More news on this will be announced in the coming weeks along with an update on when the service will become available via NOW TV.
When it launches on March 24 Disney+ will offer a swathe of TV shows and blockbuster movies including films from Marvel, Star Wars and Pixar.
Disney+ launched back in November last year and is proving to be incredibly popular. The service – that’s currently available in the US, Canada, Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand and Puerto Rico – now has a whopping 28.6 million subscribers.