Disney+ is continuing to rise up in the streaming wars. The Walt Disney Company announced today that the streamer has 14.4 million subscribers during the third fiscal quarter for a total of 152.1 million. The total also beats Wall Street projections by over 4 million.
During the previous quarter ending on April 2, Disney+ added 7.9 million subscribers for a total of 137.7 million subs. Hulu followed with 45.6 million subscribers, while ESPN+ had a total of 22.3 million for the quarter. Revenue across the company reached $19.2 billion during the second fiscal quarter, with income landing at $3.7 billion.
The announcement was made ahead of todats earnings call, and the first call since CEO Bob Chapek was extended for another three years in July and will now run through 2025. Disney also unveiled price hikes across its streamers, which also include Hulu and ESPN+. The hike will coincide with Disney+ upcoming ad-supported tier, which will debut in December.