The streaming service that Disney launched last fall now has 50 million subscribers. The entertainment giant announced this on Wednesday.
Before launching Disney +, the company said it targeted 60 to 90 million subscribers by 2024. That goal now seems to be within reach, also because the streaming service is not yet available in all countries.
Disney + launched in November in the US, Canada and the Netherlands, followed by Australia and New Zealand. In recent weeks, the service has also started operating in countries including the United Kingdom, Germany, France and India.
Disney + offers subscribers access to The Walt Disney Company’s vast library of films and series, including Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars producer Lucas Film and National Geographic.
The company has also made new content for the service, especially Star Wars series The Mandalorian proved to be very popular.