Disney today revealed that its Disney+ streaming service has added more than 10 million paying subscribers in just a couple of months.
Disney+ now has 86.8 million paying subscribers, Disney revealed today during an investor event. The last time that we got an update on Disney+ numbers, it was revealed that the streaming service had hit 7.37 million customers as of the end of Disney's fourth quarter on October 3.
It was just a little over a year ago that Disney+ first launched. Before it officially went live, Disney estimated that it would take until 2024 for Disney+ to hit 60 to 90 million subscribers, but it turns out that it'll only take a little over a year to hit the top-end of that goal.
Also announced today is that Disney+ has plans for lots of new Marvel, Star Wars, and Pixar content in the coming years. Specifically, Disney said that it plans to release around 10 Marvel series; 10 Star Wars series; 15 Disney live action, animation, and Pixar series; and 15 all-new Disney live action, animation, and Pixar features on Disney+.
And finally, there's a new service bundle coming from Disney. For $18.99 per month, you can get Disney+, ad-free Hulu, and ESPN+. Normally those services cost $6.99, $11.99, and $5.99 per month, or $24.97 total, meaning you'll save $5.98 per month with the bundle.
If you don't care about ads, you can still get a bundle with Disney+, ad-supported Hulu, and ESPN+ for $12.99 per month.