Disney + has nearly 100 million subscribers, well beyond its initial projections of reaching 90 million by the end of 2024.
Disney + has nearly 100 million subscriptions since its launch in November 2019.
Disney + reached 94.9 million subscribers during the last quarter of 2020, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Its growth was fueled by season 2 of The mandalorian the movie soul, which was scheduled for a theatrical release in June before it was put on the streaming service on Christmas Day, and other shows, including its miniseries, book adaptation, and film. The right thing.
soulThe first Pixar film starring an African-American character, it made the short list of films expected to be nominated for the Academy Awards in 2021. And market research shows that The mandalorian, a spinoff series set in the Star Wars universe, attracts even more viewers than Marvel Studios’ WandaVision.
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Disney + ‘s penetration in India (26 million subscribers) accounts for 30 percent of its total subscriber count. Disney + is a combined offering with Hotstar, a streaming service in India that Disney acquired with components from 21st Century Fox in 2019.
Disney + said it had 86.8 million subscribers as of December 2, so reaching 94.9 million means it added 8.1 million subscribers at the end of the month. Disney + subscriber numbers exceed the company’s goal of 90 million subscriptions by 2024.
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Source: The Hollywood Reporter
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