Previous reports had suggested that, unlike the US version of the streaming platform, The Simpsons would not be part of the package as it is still tied up in a deal with Sky in the UK.
However, considering the two brands signed an agreement recently to bring Disney+ to Sky Q and Now TV, it seems they have also compromised over The Simpsons too.
The news was revealed in a tweet by the Disney+ UK account. Pocket-lint since spoke to Disney about its launch offering: all seasons from 1 to 29 will be available on Disney+ at launch. Then, season 30 will be added from November 2020.
Over 600 episodes of The Simpsons + Disney + Pixar + Marvel + Star Wars + Nat Geo = D’oh not miss out! pic.twitter.com/IqRM1BXU6C— Disney+ UK (@DisneyPlusUK) March 4, 2020
It's great news for British fans, who voiced their concerns over online rumours that Disney+ would launch without Homer, Bart and the gang.
Disney+ will be available from 24 March in the UK and Central Europe.
A subscription pre-order deal is currently live giving you a whole year's worth of the new service for just £49.99, as long as you sign up before 23 March 2020.