Disney+ has had a big drop in subscribers in the last 3 months and the CEO promises changes

The Walt Disney Company announced today (08) that for the first time since its streaming launch Disney+ has suffered a major drop in subscribers estimated at 2.4 million in the last three months.

“After a solid first quarter, we are embarking on a significant transformation that will maximize the potential of our world-class creative teams and our unrivaled brands and franchises.”

Bob Iger Disney’s current CEO declared.

Remembering that Bob Iger returned to The Walt Disney Company in November last year and commented on a probable sale of Disney to competitor Apple and even leaving Marvel’s future on a tightrope. “This is the pinnacle deal for the ultimate dealmaker. I think he would like to have it – he would be the last CEO of Disney.” – Said the journalist.

Disney+ is a streaming platform on the market and is responsible for a large part of the programming of major franchises such as Marvel Star Wars Pixar and National Geographic among others and has attracted a lot of audiences from different countries.

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It is worth remembering that currently The Walt Disney Company is valued at approximately US$ 180 billion. And according to The Wrap’s recent report, its sale would likely face resistance potentially affecting major productions like Pixar Disney, and other franchises owned by the company.

CCXP confirmed that Lucasfilm Indiana Jones and The Mandalorian will make up the company’s panel including the presence of directors writers and producers Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau to talk about the promising future of the Star Wars series. The moment will happen on December 1 right on the first day of the event.