Star Wars will get 10 new shows over the next several years

Disney made a major announcement when it comes to fresh original programming,

Disney+ will release roughly 10 new Star Wars series over the next few years, after the success of The Mandalorian. 

The announcement was made during the Disney Investor Day 2020 livestream with Disney’s chairman of Media and Entertainment Distribution, Kareem Daniel, outlining a plan to build up Disney+’s library of original and exclusive content. 

More Star Wars: Disney+ will release roughly 10 new Star Wars series over the next few years

More Star Wars: Disney+ will release roughly 10 new Star Wars series over the next few years

More Star Wars: Disney+ will release roughly 10 new Star Wars series over the next few years

It was also shared that there will be 10 new Marvel series. 

The Disney franchise has been running hard for the past few years with a new trilogy – Force Awakens, The Last Jedi and The Rise Of Skywalker.

There have also been the spinoffs Rogue One and Solo.

The Mandalorian has been the most critically acclaimed spinoff with Baby Yoda being the breakout star. 

The world loves him: The Mandalorian has been the most critically acclaimed spinoff with Baby Yoda being the breakout star

The world loves him: The Mandalorian has been the most critically acclaimed spinoff with Baby Yoda being the breakout star

The world loves him: The Mandalorian has been the most critically acclaimed spinoff with Baby Yoda being the breakout star

The cast: Gina Carano is Cara Dune, Pedro Pascal is the Mandalorian and Carl Weathers is Greef Karga; the show is on season two

The cast: Gina Carano is Cara Dune, Pedro Pascal is the Mandalorian and Carl Weathers is Greef Karga; the show is on season two

The cast: Gina Carano is Cara Dune, Pedro Pascal is the Mandalorian and Carl Weathers is Greef Karga; the show is on season two

The main stars are Gina Carano is Cara Dune, Pedro Pascal is the Mandalorian and Carl Weathers is Greef Karga; the show is on season two.

Walt Disney Co on Thursday kicked off a presentation to investors and reported its Disney+ streaming service now has 86.8 million subscribers.

The entertainment conglomerate added about 13 million new customers since October.

She answered a lot of questions: Rosario Dawson appeared last week and told of Baby Yoda's past; she also said his name is Grogu

She answered a lot of questions: Rosario Dawson appeared last week and told of Baby Yoda's past; she also said his name is Grogu

She answered a lot of questions: Rosario Dawson appeared last week and told of Baby Yoda’s past; she also said his name is Grogu

Hollywood is closely following Disney’s plans a week after AT&T Inc’s Warner Bros upended the film business by saying it would debut all of its 2021 movies on its HBO Max streaming service on the same day they hit theaters.

Disney is aiming to attract new subscribers to Disney+, the Netflix Inc competitor it launched a year ago, and the company’s other streaming outlets. Netflix, which pioneered streaming in 2007, had 195 million paying subscribers at the end of October.

In October, Disney said it was restructuring the company to put more emphasis on streaming over traditional linear television to better meet customer demands. In addition to Disney+, the company offers Hulu and ESPN+, and next year will offer a streaming platform overseas under the Star brand.

The Force is strong: It all started in 1977 with Star Wars: A New Hope with Mark Hamill

The Force is strong: It all started in 1977 with Star Wars: A New Hope with Mark Hamill

The Force is strong: It all started in 1977 with Star Wars: A New Hope with Mark Hamill

Cinema chains including AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc , Cineworld Group and Cinemark Holdings Inc are watching to see if Disney, the box-office leader last year, plans big changes to the slate of movies it has set for theaters.

Disney and other studios previously moved some films to streaming because the coronavirus pandemic has left many cinemas closed. Warner Bros. took the most aggressive action by saying it would release all 17 of its 2021 movies on the HBO Max streaming service the same day they debut in theaters.

Hollywood trade publications have reported that Disney has considered shifting the release of live-action movies including “Pinocchio,” which stars Tom Hanks as Geppetto, as well as “Peter Pan & Wendy,” to Disney+ from theaters.

Disney+ sign-ups have already surpassed the company’s earlier projections.

In April 2019, the company had forecast that Disney+ would attract between 60 million and 90 million customers around the world by fiscal 2024. Last month, the company said it had already hit 74 million as of early October.

Disney+ has been boosted by the popularity of “The Mandalorian” TV series, a “Star Wars” spinoff featuring the character popularly known as Baby Yoda.

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