Disney+'s impressive network of content has already made the streaming service a "must have" for many viewers. The all-star line up includes franchises like Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, Disney and National Geographic content, making it a strong competitor for other on-demand services.
Market research firm SimilarWeb tracked what users in the Netherlands have been watching since the trial run of Disney+ launched. SimilarWeb found that Avengers: Infinity War was the most-streamed program, with Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as the runner-up. In third place for the most-watched program was Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Disney+ will reportedly have an estimated 101 million paying subscribers by 2025 according to Digital TV Research. There will reportedly be 500 movies and 7,500 hours of TV content on the service by the time it launches.
Following popular powerhouses like the aforementioned Marvel and Star Wars programs, the service will also feature 30 seasons of The Simpsons, Pixar properties like the Toy Story films and classic Disney films.
Disney did not comment on subscriber forecasts, although Disney's Chief Executive Officer, Bob Iger, briefly spoke about the Netherlands trial. "The demographics were far broader than a lot of people expected them to be," he said. According to Iger, families, children, adult men and women all found their niche in Disney+ content.
Disney+ launches November 12.