Disney+ tops 100 million subscribers in just 16 months

Disney+ has topped 100 million global subscribers. On Tuesday Disney CEO Bob Chapek revealed the streaming service surpassed the benchmark in just 16 months since its launch.

Disney’s streaming service has released a number of popular TV series since its launch. The OTT platforms is streaming two seasons of “The Mandalorian” and its first Marvel series “WandaVision.” Both have been top-viewed content, according to reports from Nielsen, and have driven sign-ups for the service.

Disney has made its Disney+ service a destination for family-friendly favorites. It is the only platform Marvel and Star Wars fans can see content that directly connects to blockbuster theatrical features.

The streaming service has seen rapid growth in subscribers since its launch in November 2019. On day one, the company had 10 million sign-ups. By the end of the first quarter, the service had secured 26.5 million subscribers.

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