Disney+ Subscribers Prefer Streaming Disney Classics Over Newer Content. Recently, THR hosted a poll for Disney+ users who shared their streaming habits and the results may surprise you.
Most users reported Pixar films and Disney Classics were their most watched titles since the streaming service arrived, followed closely by Marvel and Star Wars content. It also appears The Simpsons is performing well as an individual series, but is running behind compared to other acquired properties by Disney.
THR broke it down even further saying, “Across all ages, 38 percent of Disney+ subscribers said they frequently watched Pixar content, more than Disney classics (37 percent), Star Wars (33 percent), Marvel (32 percent), National Geographic (17 percent), Disney Channel (18 percent), The Simpsons (16 percent) or Disney+ originals (14 percent).”
“Roughly 22 percent of Disney+ subscribers among all age groups say they watch classics the most on the platform, topping those who cite Star Wars (21 percent), Marvel (15 percent), Pixar (14 percent), Disney Channel (9 percent), The Simpsons (5 percent), National Geographic (3 percent) or Disney+ originals like Christmas movie Noelle (2 percent) as their top viewing choice,” THR found during their Morning Consult poll.
Disney+ has been a major success and has seen millions of new subscribers join the service since its launch. One major success for Disney+ is being the home of most in-demand streamable show, The Mandalorian. Subscribers have been thrilled to be able to stream childhood favorites that have been locked in the Disney Vault for decades and can now share them with their own families, creating even more magical memories.
What have been some of your favorite titles to stream on Disney+? Have you been streaming Disney Classics? Or do you prefer streaming other titles from Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and Disney Channel? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments. Be sure to check back here at Chip and Co. for all things Disney+
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