The Disney+ streaming service closed its second fiscal quarter of 2022–which ended on April 3 for Disney–with 103.6 million subscribers. This quantity is up from 33.5 million in March 2020, based on a latest launch from Disney.These numbers additionally embody Disney+ Hotstar subscription numbers, which launched in India on April 3, 2020 and in Indonesia on September 5, 2020. Comparatively, Netflix just lately hit 208 million, Amazon Prime has 200 million, HBO Max has 44 million, and Peacock has 42 million. Whereas 103.6 million might seem to be nice progress for Disney+, it is decrease than what analysts predicted, which was 110 million subscribers.Disney+ unique collection WandaVisionThe Disney-owned Hulu grew 33% between March 2020 and 2022. Hulu now sits at 37.8 million subscribers for the streaming service. The Hulu + Stay TV dropped from 4 million (as of January 2) to three.8 million, a decline that comes after the service raised its costs again in November.Whereas Disney+ grew in paid subscribers, its common month-to-month income decreased from $5.63 to $3.99. That is due to Disney+ Hotstar’s launch, as the common month-to-month income per subscriber is “considerably decrease.” Disney launched The Falcon And The Winter Soldier and WandaVision throughout this time–the MCU’s first two unique live-action collection.Whereas Disney Parks noticed a major hit due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Disney’s streaming services–Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+–all noticed main progress up to now 12 months. ESPN+ grew 75% reaching 13.8 million paid subscribers. Join Disney+ Get entry to Marvel, Star Wars, and extra for $8/month. See Disney+ plans Presently, the Disney+ value is $8 a month or $80 a 12 months. There may be additionally the Disney bundle, which consists of Disney+ with Hulu (ad-supported) and ESPN+ for $14 a month or the identical bundle, with an ad-free Hulu, for $20 a month. Sadly, there isn’t any free trial for Disney+.Disney+ ought to proceed to see progress for the remainder of the 12 months with unique TV reveals like Loki arriving to the streaming service, together with films like Black Widow, Cruella, and Disney’s Jungle Cruise all coming to Premier Entry later within the 12 months.