Disney+ Subscribers Say They’re Watching More Classic Films Than ‘Star Wars’ [THR]

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Disney+ Subscribers Say They’re Watching More Classic Films Than ‘Star Wars’ [THR]

By Erik Hayden

December 17, 2019 | A new survey of Disney+ subscribers suggests that the most-viewed content category on the platform isn’t new originals but its library of vault classics like The Lion King and Mary Poppins.

Roughly 22 percent of Disney+ subscribers among all age groups say they watch classics the most on the platform, topping those who cite Star Wars (21 percent), Marvel (15 percent), Pixar (14 percent), Disney Channel (9 percent), The Simpsons (5 percent), National Geographic (3 percent) or Disney+ originals like Christmas movie Noelle (2 percent) as their top viewing choice, a Hollywood Reporter/Morning Consult poll finds.

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