Disney Plus, one of the most popular online streaming platforms in the world, surpassed 100 million subscribers.
DisneyCEO Bob Chapek said that the number of subscribers reached 100 million in the investors meeting held last Tuesday. he explained. Chapek added that the platform continues to grow rapidly and the number of subscribers a month ago was 94.9 million.
Bob Chapek“The tremendous success of Disney Plus in relation to its growing subscriber base has inspired us to be more ambitious and significantly increase our investment in the development of high quality content. In fact, we targeted more than 100 new content per year, and this includes Disney Animation, Disney Live. “Including Action, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic. Direct-to-consumer projects are the top priority of our company and our content will continue to grow.”
Disney + reaches 100 million subscribers
DisneyThe rapid growth of its direct-to-consumer streaming service helped the company’s stock price hit record highs. The shares closed a record at $ 201.91 on Monday. Chapek said that since March 2020, the shares have reached the $ 79 level quite quickly. Also later in the year, Hulu subscribers will be able to purchase pay-per-view productions through ESPN Plus, even if they are not subscribers.
One of the important actors of the platform MarvelAnnounced 7 TV series for Disney Plus. Of these WandaVisionWhile it was published on January 15, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier will be released on March 19. Starring Tom Hiddleston Loki The broadcast date of the series was announced as June 11. Ms. Marvel series is still under construction, but is expected to meet with fans later this year. After 2021, She-Hulk and Moon Knight we will watch their productions. The release dates of these two series, which will meet with the audience in 2022, have not been announced yet.
Mar 2021: 100 million
Jan 2021: 94.9 million
Dec 2020: 86.8 million
Oct 2020: 73.7 million
Aug 2020: 60.5 million
Jun 2020: 57.5 million
May 2020: 54.5 million
Apr 2020: 50.0 million
Feb 2020: 28.6 million
Nov 2019: 10.0 million
Oct 2019: (pre-launch)
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