Disney And Sony Reach Windows Deal That Can Sling ‘Spider-Man’ To Disney+ For First Time, Along With Reach Across Hulu, ABC, FX & More - Deadline Pay-2 window output deal renewed by FX Sony's Spider-Man films Pay-2 rights now licensed to Disney. These films could head to Disney+ except any R-rated ones (like Venom) could go to Hulu. Theatrical releases from 2022 to 2026 will move to Disney (either D+, Hulu and/or TV Everywhere) after their runs on Netflix Library rights to franchises like Spider-Man, Jumanji, Hotel Transylvania and others are part of the package. The official announcement said the deal “gives Disney enormous programming potential across its platforms and makes them key destinations for a robust collection of Spider-Man films.” Hulu will also get a “significant number” of library titles beginning as early as June. Linear networks joining the new deal include ABC, Disney Channels, Freeform, FX and National Geographic. FX and Sony had been in business for years and the overall Disney agreement succeeds a prior “post-pay-1” deal with FX. Universal, another key supplier to FX, recently ended its long-term relationship with FX, so the ongoing supply of Sony titles is a boost for the widely distributed pay-TV network.