In barely over a year, Disney Plus has surpassed 86 million registered subscribers.

In just over a year, the Disney Plus program, which started in November of last year, has risen to 86.8 million customers. Disney Plus had more than 73.7 million subscribers globally as of October 3rd. According to CNET, the service has grown to more than 13 million customers in just a few months since its launch in Latin America in September.

By the conclusion of 2024, the five-year lifespan of the Disney Plus service, Disney expects to have between 230 and 260 million subscribers worldwide. Hulu and ESPN Plus have 38.8 million and 11.5 million members, respectively, according to Disney.

All of Disney’s streaming services now have a total of 137.1 million members, according to the corporation. Disney Plus, according to Disney CEO Bob Chapeck, has exceeded expectations. In June of next year, Disney Plus aims to introduce a standalone subscription including live sports.

In February of next year, the Disney Plus / Star package will be available in Singapore. Eastern Europe will be able to use the service by the end of the year. Hong Kong is a city in Hong Kong. Disney Plus, which debuted in Japan and South Korea, is likely to eclipse Netflix in the coming years.

By the end of this year, Netflix, the world’s largest video subscription service, expects to have more than 200 million subscribers globally. For the past 13 years, Netflix has been in the streaming business.