Disney says it will crack down on password sharing, following Netflix’s lead starting in 2024

John Elden Ring

The Thread Maker
Content Creator
5 Jul 2022
United States

Disney planning to end password sharing for Disney+ and Hulu

On a recent earnings call, Disney CEO Bob Iger hinted that the company will end the practice of password sharing for both Disney+ and Hulu, both of which are operated by Disney. “We already have the technical capability to monitor much of this,” he said, per The A.V. Club. Apparently they stand to make a pretty penny by disallowing people to share accounts. As you’d expect, there’s a lot of that currently going on. “I’m not going to give a specific number, except to say that it is significant.”

Iger suggested that a ban on password sharing will go into effect sometime in 2024. According to Dextero, they’re also raising prices for both Disney+ and Hulu, like so:

  • Disney+: $10.99 to $13.99
  • Hulu: $14.99 to $17.99
  • Disney+ and Hulu bundle: $20.00 to $24.99


Did you like my Glasses, Snake?
21 Jun 2022
Everyone I know that had D+ canceled it this year, and most of them actually liked MCU product. I thought the service was a total wasteland.