YouTube said monthly subscription prices will return to the original $64.99, but customers who miss out on Disney stations will get a one-time discount of $15.
Negotiations between the two companies have been going on for months. The deal expired on Friday, the first day of the college football season. Several subscribers and followers of ESPN have complained on social media. Sports fans also lost access to the Los Angeles Lakers’ game against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday.
Google said last week that Disney “refused to do business with us based on market terms and conditions.” More than a dozen Disney-owned channels disappeared from YouTube TV this weekend.