Disney Wants to Make Disney+ and Hulu a Common Platform
Disney launched the Disney+ streaming platform in November last year. The Hulu streaming service, owned by the company, has also been actively working since 2007. The company apparently has decided to combine two platforms.
It would not be wrong to say that both movies and TV series and comedy programs are now more popular on broadcast platforms. Nowadays, when we are in the middle of a broadcast war, we expect the platforms to contain content that would appeal to everyone.
In November 2019, Disney launched its streaming service called Disney+. Ever since they started their streaming service operations, it was still a mystery whether Disney would one day merge the platform with Hulu. Although Disney has not made an official statement on the subject so far, some changes on both sides indicate that Disney is trying to take action on this topic.
The Walt Disney Company, which owns both Disney+ and Hulu streaming platforms, aims to bring the two platforms together. There are 73.7 million members on the Disney+ platform and 36.6 million on Hulu. They want to bring these two platforms together and continue with more than 110 million users. Disney, which will also plans on including more categories and content.