Disney+ Surpasses 103.6 Million Subscribers

By the end of March, Disney+ had reached 103.6 million subscribers. The streaming service had surpassed 100 million earlier this year.

Disney+ gained 8.7 million global customers during the first quarter, even as it approached its first price increase on March 26. During this quarter, both of Marvel’s first shows on the platform, WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, debuted.

In December, Disney predicted that Disney+ would reach between 230 million and 260 million subscribers by September 2024.

Bloomberg indicated that they expected the Disney+ numbers to be at 110 million subscribers as of today, so Disney fell a bit short of expectations.

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Joseph Kastner
Joseph Kastner
1 month ago

With an expectation that it would be 110 million. Can imagine why it missed it? Maybe the firing of Gina Carano and the SJW messaging of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier?