If streaming is “the way,” to keep up with this Mandalorian metaphor, it’s seemingly a lucrative way. The latest projections have Disney believing it will be able to hit 300 million streaming subscribers by 2024. (For comparison’s sake, Netflix has a little over 195 million subscribers right now.) Of those 300 million streaming subscribers, Disney, who also owns ESPN and Hulu, 230 million will subscribe to Disney+. It’s a lofty goal for a streaming service in its infancy, but Disney has products a lot of people globally want.