Disney might have found success with subscribers flocking to Disney+, but it seems like Star Wars fans are planning to discontinue their subscription to the Mickey Mouse House’s streaming site after Star Wars: The Mandalorian complete its first season this year.
Taking to Reddit, Star Wars fans have been discussing their membership on Disney+ now that Jon Favreau’s live-action Star Wars series is coming to an end. Most of these members don’t really consider their membership on Disney+ that useful when The Mandalorian is gone, noting that there isn’t that much new material on the site until Marvel and Star Wars begin releasing their new series.
"I signed up to see The Mandalorian. It gets over in a couple of months. What happens after that?" anonymous_karma questioned on the social media site. "There are cartoons for my kids, I can watch some Marvel & Star war movies again, there is Simpsons and perhaps Nat Geo to an extent. And that’s it. Just want to hear it from others why they may continue with Disney+ (especially if you started streaming because of Mandalorian).
Redditors echoed the same sentiment, saying that they have very little to do on Disney+ beside The Mandalorian. These fans believe that it would be best to give up their membership on the Mickey Mouse House’s streaming site once The Mandalorian’s first season ends and then return once Disney+ has more original programs.
Luckily, while Star Wars fans are planning on a little hiatus from Disney+, others intend to stay, saying that Disney+ is great for parents and their children. Disney+ subscribers with children find the streaming site pretty useful, saying that it keeps the kids entertained.
What about you? What are your plans after The Mandalorian comes to an end? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below.
Star Wars: The Mandalorian is currently streaming on Disney+.