Today, at the Disney Investor Event, CEO Bob Chapek announced that their streaming service Disney+, which has been out for slightly over a year, has crossed 86.8 million subscriptions.
At the earnings call last month, it was revealed that Disney+ paid subscribers had hit 73.7 million. This means that this last month, the service has gained approximately 13 million subscribers.
The company’s original five-year goal was to hit 60 million subscribers by the year 2024, which was accomplished within the first year.
Stay tuned for more news from the Disney Investor Day 2020 here at The DisInsider.