The television series have carved out an important place for themselves in the midst of the reconfiguration of forms of entertainmentat a time when movies, music, podcasts and other formats seek to attract the attention of viewers through the various streaming platforms they consume.
Although the origin of the series dates back to the first half of the 20th century, the truth is that never before have the big chains invested and produced as much as they do in the new millennium, in a context in which the users of these platforms consume productions at an unimaginable speed.
Disney+ has been one of the main protagonists in the streaming war And of course, it has opted for the creation of series and many of them have managed to keep users on the edge of their seats, becoming the topic of conversation for weeks.
Here a list of the most popular series of Disney+ United States:
1. Dancing with the Stars
The competition sees celebrities perform choreographed dance routines which are judged by a panel of renowned ballroom experts and voted on by viewers. Enjoy sizzling salsas, sambas and spray-tans as they vie for the coveted Mirrorball Trophy.
Bluey is a tireless six-year-old dog. This blue Australian Cattle Dog turns everyday life with her family into an extraordinary adventure, developing her imagination as well as her mental, physical and emotional abilities.
3. The Simpson
American animated comedy created by Matt Groening for the Fox company. The series is a satirical parody of the style of the American middle class embodied by a family with the same name, made up of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie Simpson. The plot takes place in the fictional city of Springfield and parodies American culture, society, television and many other aspects of the human condition.
The modern mammal metropolis of Zootropolis is an absolutely unique city. It is made up of neighborhoods with different habitats such as the luxurious Sahara Plaza, the Tropical Jungle District and the frigid Tundra District. It is a melting pot where animals from each environment coexist, a place where it does not matter what you are. In fact, you can be anything from a huge elephant to the tiniest shrew. But when optimistic officer Judy Hopps arrives, she discovers that being the first bunny in a police force made up of tough, oversized animals is no easy feat. But she’s determined to prove her worth and plunges headlong into a case, even though it means working with Nick Wilde, a talkative, con-artist fox, to solve the mystery.
5. Star Wars: Andor
The adventures of Rebel spy Cassian Andor during the formative years of the Rebellion before the events of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The series explores espionage-filled stories and daring missions to restore hope to a galaxy ruled by a ruthless empire.
6. Mickey Mouse’s house
TV series (2006-Present) created and produced by Walt Disney Television Animation for Playhouse Disney. Starring Mickey Mouse and his gang, the series has an educational purpose, as it aims to teach children to discover the world.
7. Spidey and his super team
Follow Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy and Miles Morales and their adventures as the young heroes team up with the Hulk, Ms. Marvel and Black Panther to defeat enemies like the Rhino, Doc Ock and Green Goblin and learn.
The series follows a dreamy teenager from Texas, Jessie, who moves to New York and begins her life outside of rural areas. She gets a job as a babysitter for four children whose parents are millionaires. Jessie must deal with the four children, one of her imaginary friends and a pet capybara. As she navigates life in the big city, Jessie finds allies in the butler, Bertram, and the 20-year-old doorman, Tony. From there, the character finds himself in thousands of funny situations.
9. Bingo and Rolly
Playful pug puppies brothers Bingo and Rolly are thrill-seekers that lead them on exciting adventures in their neighborhood and around the world.
10. The Greens in the big city
Cricket Green, a mischievous but very optimistic country boy, moves to the big city with his family. Cricket and his family soon realize that there are many differences between life in the country and life in the city.
*Some titles may be repeated in the ranking because they are different episodes or seasons, likewise, they may not have a description because the platform does not provide them.
Disney wins its first battle with Netflix
Disney+ is a streaming platform which is owned by The Walt Disney Company and which offers its subscribers a wide catalog of films, series, documentaries, among other multimedia products that have been released under the studios Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star, National Geographic, among others.
The service was officially launched on November 12, 2019 in the United States and Canada, to later expand to the Netherlands and Spain. It was not until the end of 2020 that the platform finally reached Latin America and the Caribbean, with the exception of Cuba.
According to the last cut made on August 10, 2022, the streaming service It has around 221.1 million users worldwide, surpassing its biggest rival for the first time: Netflixwhich has remained at 220.67 million users.
The total number of users accounted for by Disney+ (152 million) also refers to its service Hulu (46.2 million) and ESPN (22.8 million). In contrast, Netflix lost 200,000 subscribers in its latest balance and is expected to drop two million more.
However, his reign in the world of streaming it might not last long due to the announcement about their new payment planssince the company contemplates a new premium package for which more must be paid after the arrival of a new modality that includes advertising.
As background, at the end of 2015 Disney launched its DisneyLife service in the United Kingdom, but following the launch of Disney+ the service was suspended.
At the time of its launch, there was talk that the platform Seeks to host 500 movies and 7,000 episodes of TV shows or series; In addition, the release of four original movies and five television shows was contemplated, which was seen with the launch of The Mandalorian series, which cost close to 100 million dollars.