Have you subscribed to Disney+ yet? If so, you’re in good company. A company of 10 million fans, by Disney.
In an achievement that far exceeded even the company’s projections, Disney 10 million subscribers as of day yesterday. that the streaming service hit more than
Some business and market had predicted it would take the Walt Disney Company about 12 months to get to the 10 million mark on sign-ups for its new . Surely today they’re rethinking that -crunching.
Before the , almost 2 million people had everything the House of Mouse has to offer. About 100,000 of those up to stream up on the Sunday before Tuesday’s alone. of the all-new Disney+
It would appear word travels fast.
The surge in the , understanding that the way of the future in home entertainment is . To remain competitive, the Walt Disney Company had to move into the arena, where of subscribers can only mean good things for the Walt Disney Company that bet the house on the new . The company has invested billions into the new Disney+ will compete for sign-ups with Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and other services who’ve got several combined years’ seniority over Mickey’s family.
Making a success of Disney+ was so imperative that the spent over $7 on developing it and also made the decision to forgo a theatrical release for the live-action version of Lady and the Tramp, opting instead to premiere the new movie exclusively on Disney+ from day one.
Ten million subscribers—and who could blame them? Disney+ went live on Tuesday with almost 500 and 7,500 . The entertainment ranges from Disney classics from “inside the vault,” and favorites to Marvel and just about everything , including the brand-new Disney+ The Mandalorian, created and written by Jon Favreau.
Sign-ups are painless at the Disney+ website, and is easy too—all you need is a compatible device, and chances are, you already own one—Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, Android smartphones, tablets and Android TV, Amazon Fire TV and Fire tablets, Google Chromecast, LG, Samsung and Sony Smart TVs, Roku TV, Xbox One consoles, and more.