Having worked in Hollywood as a producer for years for companies like Warner Brothers, Fox, CBS and many more, I can tell you that you are far better off paying for a service from Disney then really anyone else. Disney is a well run competent organization, who just dose for the most part things correctly. I do think they are about 10 years too late to this pay for service model and would be better acquiring an existing service like Hulu (Which they own something like 75% of) or keeping with Netflix, but these are the cards. With the acquisition of fox, you will have close to a million hours of content at your hands. The numbers I've heard for what they are proposing to charge is in no way 20 quid either. Plus you're in an international market, Disney hasn't even begun to say if or when they are launching outside of the USA, so maybe Piracy is your only option, but I'd guess similar to Star Trek Beyond, it may be on one of your existing platforms or even broadcast in the UK. The main reason why Sesame Street is now on HBO is that we were not supporting them enough to keep it going. These shows are very expensive to produce, they are a product, not art, Seaseme Workshop was very close to shutting down due to that factor. Now the numbers Hollywood try to say they lose due to piracy each year are crap, as they would match the GDP of at least the UK, Austraila or Canada. They even said that it costs 3 times the amount of jobs Hollywood actually employees. But show some support even if it is a few quid.