Having now surpassed over 60 million global subscribers, Disney+ has officially launched in eight more European markets, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Disney+ can now be streamed from Portugal, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Belgium, and Luxembourg.
While the streamer includes original Walt Disney content along with other brands such as Marvel, Pixar, and National Geographic, it also has been creating Disney+ TV and movie originals such as The Mandalorian, The World According to Jeff Goldblum, Marvel’s Hero Project, and Forky Asks A Question. In her announcement regarding Disney+’s expansion, chairman of Walt Disney direct-to-consumer and international Rebecca Campbell (Everyone Must Deal) stated, “We have surpassed 60.5 million paid subscribers globally, and today we continue our international expansion with the launch of Disney+ in eight countries. As a major force in the global direct-to-consumer space we’re bringing high quality, optimistic storytelling that you expect from our brands to even more people,” via The Hollywood Reporter.
Subscription prices for the streamer’s new markets are set at €6.99, $8.30 a month, or €69.99 ($83) a year in Finland, Iceland, Belgium, Portugal, and Luxembourg. Alongside Disney+, other branded streaming services have recently been unveiled, including AT&T/WarnerMedia’s HBO Max and NBCUniversal’s Peacock.