The Disney + streaming service could see a sharp reduction in subscribers from January 2020. The reason? One of his original productions, The Mandalorian, had the first season ended.
According to ComicBook, social networks are full of comments from Star Wars fans who announced the end of the subscription after watching the latest episode of the adventures of Mando and Baby Yoda. The series is even renewed for a second season that has already started production, but should only debut between September and December 2020.
Also, unreleased productions of the franchise created by George Lucas will still take: Clone wars will even reach the platform in February, but do not have the same audience appeal or subscriber retention capabilities. Also, there is no expected release date for future series on the characters Obi-Wan Kenobi and Cassian Andor.
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The problem would be similar to Marvel, except without a debut production to pull in an initial wave of subscribers. After all, the first series that is part of the company's universe must be Hawk and the Winter Soldier, which is still filming in progress.
According to Forbes, it is a Disney strategy mistake, which now needs to get better organized so as not to create more spaces between premieres of its major franchises. Moreover, the catalog of children's animations and series would not be enough to hold part of the community interested in these popular sagas. Remember that the service HBO Go faced case similar to the end of Game of Thrones in 2019.
For now, the company has not commented on possible subscriber cancellations. Disney + is not yet available in Brazil and is due to arrive officially between August and October 2020.
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