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Disney+ Streaming Service Reports 28.6 Million Subscribers Since November Launch

In today’s earnings call, Bob Iger shared some of the big numbers that the Disney+ streaming service has brought into the company. On the call, he announced that the service had brought in 28.6 million paid subscribers since the November 12 launch, as of February 3.

Many experts had predicted that Disney’s streaming service would bring in anywhere from 20 to 25 million subscribers and this new number has far surpassed the original predictions. Last year, Disney set their personal goal of 60 to 90 million by 2024. If they keep producing hits for the streaming service and stay ahead of the predictions, that goal is attainable.

It is no secret that The Mandalorian and “Baby Yoda” have stolen the hearts of Disney fans around the world. With additions to the service like High School Musical: The Musical: The Series and The Imagineering Story, there has been a little bit of everything for the entire family to enjoy. Now, Marvel Studios has given official teasers to the new series that will be coming out on the service, which will be sure to bring in even more fans who want to see these new pieces of the Marvel Universe.

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