Disney proved Wednesday evening that its streaming service Disney+ was still in high-growth mode when it reported 7.9 million global subscriber additions during its fiscal second quarter. The company boasted 137.7 million total Disney+ subscribers as of Apr. 2, and 205.6 million total subscribers across its entire direct-to-consumer business.

The media giant’s theme parks business also came roaring back. Parks, Experiences and Products revenue was $6.7 billion during Q2, which is made up mostly of theme parks. Operating income for the segment was $1.8 billion compared to a loss of $400 million in the same period last year.

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