Disney+ Surpasses 60.5 Million Subscribers Within First Nine Months

As of last month, Disney+ has surpassed 60.5 million paying subscribers. This is just nine months after the streaming service launched.

Disney CEO Bob Chapek announced the subscriber count on the company’s earnings call on Tuesday. He also broke the news that Mulan, which was originally supposed to release on March 27, would now be launching on Disney+ on September 4.

The company has overall surpassed 100 million global streaming service subscribers, including Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN Plus. Chapek stated this has made them “even more confident about our future.”

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