Disney Plus Reaches 86 Million Subscribers


Today during Disney’s Investor Day event, The Walt Disney Company announced that Disney Direct-to-Consumer services has reached 137 million subscribers globally in a little over a year since launching.  Disney+ has 86.8 million subscribers, Hulu has hit 38.8 subscribers and ESPN+ has reached 11.5 million subscribers.  These numbers reflect data as of December 2, 2020.

In October, Disney announced it had reached over 73 million paid subscribers globally.    Hulu reported 32.5 million subscribers to its on-demand service and another 4.1 million to the Hulu with Live TV package.  ESPN+ reached over 10 million subscribers.

Stay tuned for all the latest Disney Investor Day updates!

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