Disney+ is upping its game by possibly introducing channels into its streaming service.

The Information reports that it wants to bring in old-school TV channels for viewers that offer different genres. The programming will consist of Star Wars, Marvel, and other entertainment that will run 24/7.

The nostalgia might work. After all, people like old-school things; sometimes, they have a way of turning around and becoming popular after irrelevancy (think vinyl). This eliminates the on-demand that the world is used to, and you can binge-watch your favorite programming without thinking about it.

This concept of bringing channels into a service isn't new. Various outlets, including Peacock, have the option. There's Roku Channel, Tubi, Pluto, and many others to choose from.

Disney has not confirmed when or if this is taking place.

Bloomberg reported that folks enjoy having their TVs running and not always hunting for something to stream.

The report shows that Tubi is being watched more than other options, including Peacock, Max, and Paramount Plus. Part of the reason could be that Tubi is free, but another theory is that watching television during work or normal everyday activities is appealing.

Many people grew up with the endless loop when it comes to network television and cable. Even with ads, there's an audience, whether they're actually paying attention to what's on or not.

Hulu on Disney+

The streamer is experiencing growth in other ways, too. Hulu on Disney+ was launched last month. According to the company's website, it debuted in the U.S. and is a bundle that brings subscribers to Disney+'s and Hulu's libraries.

It allows users to stream exclusive Hulu content, including Grey's Anatomy, Only Murders in the Building, The Bear, The Creator, and more. As of now, bundle plans start at $9.99 a month.

Disney+ has a library of films and shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, Simpsons, and others. Hulu offers many hit TV shows and films. With Hulu + Live TV, subscribers can access channels from 20th Television, The Walt Disney Company, ABC, NBCUniversal, CBS Corporation, The CW, Turner Networks, A+E Networks, Discovery Networks, and ESPN +.

There are quite a few goodies on the way. A new Tiger documentary is coming on April 12, Star Wars: Tales of the Empire will arrive on May 4, Monsters at Work Season 2 will be released on May 5, and Doctor Who will be on the streamer on May 10.

With Disney+ considering adding channels and bringing Hulu to the mix, there could be a nice variety of entertainment. One difference between Disney and, let's say, Pluto, is it more than likely wouldn't be free. So, whether having channels attracts new subscribers is unknown. However, having a Star Wars channel in the background running endless features while working at your remote job doesn't sound too shabby.