Disney has revealed its first major set of results for the Disney Plus streaming service since it launched, and it’s good news: the service has reached 28.6 million paying subscribers. For context, Disney’s goal over five years is to achieve 60 to 90 million subscribers, and considering the service still hasn’t rolled out to many major territories, this is a strong start. 

It’s also well up from the 10 million that were announced just after launch. This figure is pretty close to Hulu’s current subscriber number of 30.7 million, although that’s a US-only service, while Disney Plus is available in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the Netherlands. The Disney Plus UK launch is just over a month away on March 24.



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