During the investors meeting earlier today Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Chapek announced that Disney+ major details regarding Disney+, which revealed that the service is currently closing in on 60 million subscribers (their projection was 70-80 million by 2024).
Also during the call, Chapek revealed that the service is finally dropping in Latin America this November.
The announcement has finally given fans in the territories something to look forward to as they have been eagerly waiting for the company to address any details regarding the service in their respective countries.
The service is also planned to launch in eight more European countries on Sept. 15. The new markets will be Portugal, Belgium, Finland, Iceland, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Disney+ is slated to roll out in Asia-Pacific over the course of the two years starting with Japan’s launch back in June.
Disney+ is the dedicated streaming home for movies and shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and more. As part of Disney’s Direct-to-Consumer and International (DTCI) segment, Disney+ is available on most internet-connected devices and offers commercial-free programming with a variety of original feature-length films, documentaries, live-action and animated series and short-form content. Alongside unprecedented access to Disney’s incredible library of film and television entertainment, the service is also the exclusive streaming home for the latest releases from The Walt Disney Studios. Disney+ is available as part of a bundle offer that gives subscribers access to Disney+, Hulu (ad-supported), and ESPN+.
Visit DisneyPlus.com to subscribe and/or learn more about the service.