Paramount+ Grows to 46 Million Subscribers, Adding 4.6 Million Paid Customers

Pluto TV also reached 72 million global active monthly users

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Even with a quarter full of strong content, Paramount+ hasn’t yet summited.

The streaming service added 4.6 million subscribers in the third quarter to reach 46 million, despite the removal of 1.9 million customers after SkyShowtime launched in the Nordics.

The 4.6 million adds for the flagship streaming service are slightly lower than the 4.9 million additions it reported last quarter. However, that still represents a significant amount of growth, especially when compared to competitors. For instance, Netflix, the world’s largest streaming service, added about half of that subscriber total this quarter.

Parent company Paramount credited subscriber growth to launches in international markets, as well as a strong content slate with the debut of the NFL season and the UEFA Champions League.

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