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Disney Takes Top Spot In Total Streaming Subscribers
 

 
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In total, Disney streaming services, comprised of Disney+, Hotstar, Hulu and ESPN+, now have more than 221 million subscribers worldwide. The recent gains propelled the company past rival Netflix, which at the end of the second quarter had just under 221 million subscribers.





U.S. streamers current subscriber count globally:

1. Disney: 221 Million
(Disney + :152 million, Hulu: 46.2 million, ESPN+: 22.8 million)

2. Netflix: 220.7 Million

3. Amazon: 175 million

4. HBO Max : 76.8 million

5. Youtube Premium: 50 million

6. Paramount + : 43.3 million

7. Apple TV +: 33.6 million

8. Peacock: 28 million

9. Discovery + : 24 million


Source: visit this link https://www.cbsnews.com/n .. g-subscribers/


Last edited by psylence2k; 08-10-2022 at 09:35 PM..
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 2 months ago '17        #2
WHATEVERMAN 
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Kind of a broken stat when you count Disney, Hulu, and ESPN as one, but ok.
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Top 10 most propped recently  2 months ago '22        #3
BreakkerSzn  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x9
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I’m not enjoying this streaming bullsh*t
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 2 months ago '07        #4
killacar 
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 WHATEVERMAN said
Kind of a broken stat when you count Disney, Hulu, and ESPN as one, but ok.
True. even tho they have the bundle, they need to break it down....but since Disney owns them all, I get it at the same time.

And wtf is HOTSTAR?
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 2 months ago '05        #5
Y.G. 
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 killacar said
True. even tho they have the bundle, they need to break it down....but since Disney owns them all, I get it at the same time.

And wtf is HOTSTAR?
Some streaming sh*t in India.

Not sure why OP made this thread. What is the point of comparing the Disney+ bundle to other streaming services?
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 2 months ago '11        #6
Tony Franks  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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knew this was clown sh*t b4 I clicked the thread
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 2 months ago '16        #7
postemupndunkit 
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I told yall 3 years ago Disney was coming
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 2 months ago '04        #8
patt24 
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what im seeing is disney is 3rd.
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 2 months ago '16        #9
popogogo 
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Disney will eventually be the biggest.
The legacy catalog translates worldwide.
It's just a matter of time before Disney+ passes Netflix on Its own.


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 2 months ago '17        #10
KINGMFCOLD  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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Disney got the game in a chokehold
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 2 months ago '20        #11
5ive04our  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x211
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 WHATEVERMAN said
Kind of a broken stat when you count Disney, Hulu, and ESPN as one, but ok.
n*ggas stat pad all the time wit streaming services just look at Sony (with their new gaming streaming service)

Don’t hate the player hate the game

 2 months ago '16        #12
Proveone  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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 WHATEVERMAN said
Kind of a broken stat when you count Disney, Hulu, and ESPN as one, but ok.
/thread

sh*t rings hollow as fu*k

Hulu is solid. Disney+ is pretty sh*tty unless you got kids, ESPN+ is fu*kn worthless.


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 2 months ago '17        #13
SPdaGOAT  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x7
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 WHATEVERMAN said
Kind of a broken stat when you count Disney, Hulu, and ESPN as one, but ok.
Facts.

 2 months ago '05        #14
Y.G. 
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 postemupndunkit said
I told yall 3 years ago Disney was coming
Coming for 3rd place?

 patt24 said
what im seeing is disney is 3rd.
Right.
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 2 months ago '04        #15
psylence2k  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1 OP
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 Y.G. said

Not sure why OP made this thread. What is the point of comparing the Disney+ bundle to other streaming services?
I'm just posting a headline that's across a bunch of major sites. I didn't know people were going to complain about it this much but now it's crazy I have to play devil's advocate and break down the simple logic behind this.

At the end of the day it's all one company. Which is why the headline reads "Disney" and not Disney plus. If Disney just chose to roll Hulu and ESPN + (like they already do with 20th century fox, national geographic, etc content) by default into one service and charge everyone the 19.99 which is already a bundle option, no one would say anything but because they give options to pay separately people have a problem with Disney as a company being credited for all the brands they actually own.

Other streaming companies already combine multiple services and brands, many of them are content they don't actually own just license. Whether that be Live TV networks or films/shows and they charge the customer automatically under one price.

Then you have someone like Amazon who gets counted when most people don't consciously subscribe to them specifically, it just comes automatically from a prime membership.

HBO and Discovery are about to merge. They could charge people separately but most likely they're not going to, and as a result both HBO and Discovery subscribers will be counted as one company. If Netfilx bought Peacock or Paramount+ tomorrow and it was like a separate tab on the service but included automatically, barely anyone would complain about their boosted subscriber count. Whether or not a company chooses to break up their brands and charge separately shouldn't keep them from getting credit for their entire count because it's been standard from the jump for companies to get subscribers by throwing together a bunch of content that belongs to OTHER companies but Disney actually getting credit for all the content they actually own is criticized ?

I don't know if people can't just grasp this logically or if they're just talking because they were already hating on Disney Plus before.


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 2 months ago '05        #16
Y.G. 
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 psylence2k said
I'm just posting a headline that's across a bunch of major sites. I didn't know people were going to complain about it this much but now it's crazy I have to play devil's advocate and break down the simple logic behind this.

At the end of the day it's all one company. Which is why the headline reads "Disney" and not Disney plus. If Disney just chose to roll Hulu and ESPN + (like they already do with 20th century fox, national geographic, etc content) by default into one service and charge everyone the 19.99 which is already a bundle option, no one would say anything but because they give options to pay separately people have a problem with Disney as a company being credited for all the brands they actually own.

Other streaming companies already combine multiple services and brands, many of them are content they don't actually own just license. Whether that be Live TV networks or films/shows and they charge the customer automatically under one price.

Then you have someone like Amazon who gets counted when most people don't consciously subscribe to them specifically, it just comes automatically from a prime membership.

HBO and Discovery are about to merge. They could charge people separately but most likely they're not going to, and as a result both HBO and Discovery subscribers will be counted as one company. If Netfilx bought Peacock or Paramount+ tomorrow and it was like a separate tab on the service but included automatically, barely anyone would complain about their boosted subscriber count. Whether or not a company chooses to break up their brands and charge separately shouldn't keep them from getting credit for their entire count because it's been standard from the jump for companies to get subscribers by throwing together a bunch of content that belongs to OTHER companies but Disney actually getting credit for all the content they actually own is criticized ?

I don't know if people can't just grasp this logically or if they're just talking because they were already hating on Disney Plus before.
Nobody's reading a 6 paragraph post defending Disney.

Just admit the bundle comparison was ridiculous and move on.
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 2 months ago '16        #17
Ravishing  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 WHATEVERMAN said
Kind of a broken stat when you count Disney, Hulu, and ESPN as one, but ok.
Right and I’m curious if they’re double counting if someone has a bundled service.

Not that I’m on Netflix’s side but they still look strong, 3v1.

 2 months ago '05        #18
Stuart Scott  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x33
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and yet most of their original content is trash

 2 months ago '06        #19
LeMar G 
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They merged numbers for all 4 services and moved the goal post

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 2 months ago '04        #20
psylence2k  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1 OP
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 Y.G. said
Nobody's reading a 6 paragraph post defending Disney.

Just admit the bundle comparison was ridiculous and move on.
It's defense of basic logic and common sense.

but you really need a dumbed down explanation ? Okay.

It's all the same company and everyone combines or bundles content anyway.

Complaining about that comparison has no logical basis and is dumb.

 2 months ago '04        #21
psylence2k  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1 OP
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 killacar said
True. even tho they have the bundle, they need to break it down....but since Disney owns them all, I get it at the same time.
 popogogo said
Disney will eventually be the biggest.
The legacy catalog translates worldwide.
It's just a matter of time before Disney+ passes Netflix on Its own.
 KINGMFCOLD said
Disney got the game in a chokehold
 5ive04our said
n*ggas stat pad all the time wit streaming services just look at Sony (with their new gaming streaming service)

Don’t hate the player hate the game

These people get it.

Disney owns them all so they could've just combined them and sold it as one 19.99 package which they already give you the option to do but under the disney plus app the same way they just combine 20th century fox and national geographic in already but because they offer separate options people trying to act like it shouldn't count.

Even though HBO and Discovery about to merge and combine subscribers and have that count. Amazon just throws in prime video with membership and that counts.

and countless other brands from Netflix to Youtube pay BILLIONS to combine or "bundle" 3rd party content and/or networks and that still counts but somehow people counting subscribers to all Disney owned content is "moving the goal posts" simply because they don't combine them automatically and only offer one default subscription option but alot of these people were probably already saying Disney Plus would fail for a while now.


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 2 months ago '05        #22
Y.G. 
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 psylence2k said
It's defense of basic logic and common sense.

but you really need a dumbed down explanation ? Okay.

It's all the same company and everyone combines or bundles content anyway.

Complaining about that comparison has no logical basis and is dumb.
It's not all the same company. That's why your point and the headline are idiotic. Disney has co-ownership of Hulu with Comcast.
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 2 months ago '04        #23
psylence2k  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1 OP
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 Y.G. said
It's not all the same company. That's why your point and the headline are idiotic. Disney has co-ownership of Hulu with Comcast.
Disney has MAJORITY ownership (67%). More than double the stake that Comcast has (33%). So it is their company, more so than it is anybody else's. They call the shots so yes it is the same company and thinking otherwise is what's idiotic because the business world in general looks at them as a subsidiary owned by Disney and Disney as the parent company.

and Comcast is already set to sell their entire share to Disney sometime in the next couple of years and Disney will be 100% owner.


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 2 months ago '12        #24
ezduzit 
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Why do y’all even care about these “stats”. Consumerism is a mfer

 2 months ago '20        #25
Presidents  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x40
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 psylence2k said
Disney has MAJORITY ownership (67%). More than double the stake that Comcast has (33%). So it is their company, more so than it is anybody else's. They call the shots so yes it is the same company and thinking otherwise is what's idiotic because the business world in general looks at them as a subsidiary owned by Disney and Disney as the parent company.

and Comcast is already set to sell their entire share to Disney sometime in the next couple of years and Disney will be 100% owner.
That guy is a massive Netflix fanboy.. his mad Disney surpassed neflix
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