D23 is inching closer, and this year, expo attendees can expect to see first looks of upcoming Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ projects at the show.

For the first time at the Mouse House expo, three of Disney’s popular streaming services will showcase their exclusive content with immersive show floor pavilion setups, live demonstrations, never-before-seen content presentations, special experiences, and panels during the Anaheim, California, convention.

Attendees will be the first to experience the new Disney+ app before it launches on Nov. 12. There will also be an interactive ESPN+ exhibit and a display for costumes and props from Hulu’s content library.

On the show floor, the Disney+ Pavilion will demo the new streaming app on mobile devices and connected TVs to introduce new content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and more. There will also be a display for costumes and props from Disney+ original programs. Thinking of missing their space? Getcha head in the game! Disney will also offer a special deal to subscribe to the new platform first. Over in the Hulu Pavilion, fans can check out props and costumes from shows such as The Handmaid’s Tale, Catch-22, Castle Rock, the upcoming Little Fires Everywhere, and even props from shows in their streaming library, such as Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Good Doctor, and The Goldbergs.

In addition, two major star-studded Disney panels are hitting the Hall D23 and D23 Expo Arena stage. The Disney+ First Look Showcase, hosted by Lady and the Tramp’s Yvette Nicole Brown, will present upcoming programs, original content, surprise guests, performances, and exclusive reveals for Lady and the TrampThe MandalorianHigh School Musical: The Musical: The Series, among others. The HSM series will break free from the pack with its own panel to screen the premiere episode in advance of its anticipated premiere, followed by a cast panel.

Check out the full schedule here.

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