Disney+ Surpasses 73 Million Subscribers as of October

Disney+ has surpassed 73 million subscribers as of October 3. In August, Disney reported that the streaming service had surpassed 50 million subscribers, which was already well above their expectations for the platform. With lockdowns due to COVID-19, and new shows like “The Mandalorian”, it’s no surprise Disney+ has proven popular.

As for Disney’s other streaming service, Hulu now has 36.6 million paying subscribers, which is up from 35.5 million in June. ESPN Plus has 10.3 million subscribers, up from 8.5 million last reported.

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11 months ago

CHAPEK (on Disney+ reaching 73 million Subscribers): YES, YESSS, Goodbye Exec Pay cuts,, HELLO Corporate jets, Ralph Lauren personalized suits, Gucci underwear, Gold toilets…