Disney+ now has more than 103 million global paid subscribers, the company said in its Q2 earnings report.

The service added 8.7 million global subscribers to its count in the first three months of 2021, Disney reported in a quarterly earnings update on Thursday.

Previously, Disney+ reported that it had 94.9 million subscribers at the start of 2021. At its annual shareholders’ meeting, the company boasted that it had topped 100 million subscribers.

Disney now expects to have 230 to 260 million subscribers worldwide by 2024, which will see Disney+ surpassing Netflix. At the current time, Netflix has 207 million subscribers and Hulu has 41.6 million subscribers.

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