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Disney+ will add mature content tomorrow. Here’s how to set parental controls

Disney+ is adding new parental controls Wednesday

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Disney+ is adding new parental controls Wednesday

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The streaming service Disney+ will become more adult Wednesday with a host of new mature shows.

But the platform plans to add new parental controls to keep things family-friendly.

On Wednesday, Disney+ will debut Marvel live-action series titles that were previously available on Netflix. These shows — which are for mature audiences — include:

But Disney+ plans to add new parental controls, too, so that families don’t have to worry about their child stumbling upon mature content.

To be fair, Disney+ already has a number of options for parental controls. Visit the Disney+ website for more information and scroll down for more details.

How to set new parental controls on Disney+

  • Open Disney+.
  • Disney+ will prompt you with a new setup for parent controls.
  • You can select rating restrictions for all of your profiles.
  • You can add a new PIN number to lock any profiles.
  • Keeping the default settings will allow for any content with a TV-14 content rating.

You can always change parental settings in the profile section of the app. How to set content ratings on Disney+

  • Open Disney+.
  • Click on your profile icon and choose “edit profiles.”
  • Choose the profile you wish to edit.
  • Under “parental controls,” select the “content rating” option.
  • Enter your account password.
  • Choose the content rating you’d like to set.
  • Hit save.

How to add a PIN to Disney+ accounts

  • Open Disney+.
  • Click on your profile icon and choose “edit profiles.”
  • Choose the profile you wish to edit.
  • Under “parental controls,” select the “profile PIN” option.
  • Add a new four-digit PIN to your account.
  • You will need to enter a password to confirm the move.

Disney+ did not respond to Deseret News’ request for comment on the parental control changes.